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First Team | Honorable Mention

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What Does It Take to Be an All-Met?
The Washington Post's scholastic sports staff asked, and All-Mets answered:
Charlie Winegardner, Joey Rice and Ben Warnquist

Golfer of the Year / Coach of the Year

Caroline Sweet | Eleanor Roosevelt » Sr.
Won Maryland girls’ championship, setting event records for lowest round (68) and lowest two-round total (140, 4 under). Also won the District III state qualifier and Prince George’s County coed championships. Was the county’s lowest scorer during the regular season, averaging 72.1 strokes for 18 holes. Will play for William & Mary.
» Favorite piece of equipment: Her Titleist 907D2 driver
“About halfway through the year, we got it and it worked out, because at the end of the year I started shooting in the 60s,” laughed Sweet, who shot a Maryland girls’ championship single-round record 68 to wrap up her state title.“I like how it sounds.”

Pat Poole | Pallotti
In his fifth year, the longtime local youth coach guided the Laurel private school to its second consecutive undefeated season (15-0) and Maryland Interscholastic Athletic Association B Conference title. Has a career record of 58-8.

First Team


Jake An Jack Bonifant Josh Eure
Chantilly » Sr. Sherwood » Sr. South River » Jr.
Repeat All-Met won second Virginia AAA Northern Region title and third Concorde District title, posting a 64 in each of the two-round events. Transfer from Good Counsel posted lowest scoring average in Montgomery County during the regular season. Repeat All-Met won Anne Arundel fall preview and finished second in District 5 tournament. Shot 71-72—143 (1 over) to tie for 4th in state meet.


Alex Hoffman Danny Kim Denny McCarthy
Middletown » So. Oakton » Sr. Georgetown Prep » Fr.
Shot 73 to win District 1 tournament and a 1-under 141 to win state tourney and become first champion from Frederick County in 20 years. In second season of prep golf, shot 69-70—139 to finish 5 under and win AAA title. Shot 1-under 70 to become first 9th-grader to win IAC title since ’86.


Joey Rice Ben Warnquist Charlie Winegardner
DeMatha » Sr. DeMatha » Fr. Calverton » Sr.
Repeat All-Met went 11-1-1, helping Stags win WCAC title. Will play for Maryland. Long hitter finished first in the WCAC and Private Schools Championships. Set school records for scoring average (36.2). Will play for Coastal Carolina.

Honorable Mention

Brigitte Baker, Langley, Jr.; Joe Buttgereit, Forest Park, Jr.; Tyler Chandler, Mountain View, Sr.; Jason Clatworthy, Pallotti, Jr.; Kenny Cox, Arundel, Sr.; Lauren Greenlief, Oakton, Sr.; Matt Hardie, Broadneck, Sr.; Ralfe Hickman, St. Andrew’s, Fr.; Michael Kamargo, Whitman, Sr.; Brian Keith, Westfield, Sr.; Cameron Kennedy, Magruder, Sr.; Ji Soo Kim, Chantilly, Fr.; Branden Luxenberg, Paul VI Catholic, Fr.; Jay Mulieri, Gonzaga, Sr.; Justin Nogay, Georgetown Prep, Sr.; Jerrell Parrish, DeMatha, Sr.; Kevin Poole, Pallotti, Jr.; Gary Raizon, Churchill, Jr.; Joey Rice, DeMatha, Sr.; Nathan Richter, St. Andrew’s, Jr.; Tim Ritter, Westfield, So.; Kaitlyn Rohrbach, Spalding, So.; Colin St. Maxins, Maret, Jr.; Lauren Smith, Arundel, Jr.; Andrew Stein, Wootton, Jr.; Amanda Steinhagen, Oakton, So.; Wes Strang, Georgetown Prep, So.; Danny Wayson, Severn, Jr.; Chris Wellde, Centennial, Sr.; Tyler Wingo, Paul VI Catholic, Fr.

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