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All-Mets All-Mets
Clockwise, from top right: Gary Burges (DeMatha), Brian Adams (Landon), Lane Fogarty (Holton-Arms), Lenny Barnard (DeMatha), Brian Markowitz (Churchill), Stephen Werner (Bethesda-Chevy Chase), and Nate Bauers (Oakton). Not pictured: Nate Jackson (Gonzaga). (By Michael Lutzky - The Post)

Player of the Year |  Coach of the Year  |  First-Team
Second-Team |  Honorable Mention

Player of the Year
Gary Burgess, DeMatha, Sr. Forward
Scored 41 goals and had 25 assists in 40 games for the Stags, who went to the Maryland Scholastic Hockey League Tier I final. An assistant captain, 15 of his goals came on the power play and three came short-handed. Spent only eight minutes in the penalty box. Likely heading to Ryerson Polytechnic University in Toronto.



Coach of the Year
Matt Revkin, Churchill
Directed team to 6-2-2 record and first place among Maryland public schools in Maryland Scholastic Hockey League Tier I for fourth consecutive season. Also coaches Montgomery Hockey Midget A, which qualified for nationals for first time.



First Team
F Brian Adams, Landon, Jr.
Two-time All-Met led team in scoring for second straight season with 27 points in 13 games.
G Lenny Barnard, DeMatha, Sr.
Two-time All-Met went 18-4-4 with a 1.66 goals-against average. Allowed only three goals in three playoff games.
D Nate Bauers, Oakton, Jr.
Scored 13 goals and had 15 assists in helping the Cougars to an 8-2 record.
D Lane Fogarty, Holton-Arms, Jr.
Two-time All-Met scored 15 goals and had 7 assists in leading the Panthers to MSHL final.
F Nate Jackson, Gonzaga, Soph.
In his first season, had 30 goals and 10 assists in 20 games to lead his team in scoring.
F Brian Markowitz, Churchill, Sr.
School's all-time leading scorer tallied 78 goals and 48 assists in 50 career games.
F Stephen Werner, Bethesda-Chevy Chase, Soph.
Scored league-record 48 goals in 10 games, including 10 goals in a single game. Was one of 10 players named to U.S. under-17 team.
Emma Wadsworth, Yorktown
Wadsworth had 38 goals and 12 assists in 40 games for the Reston Raiders.



Second Team
F Kevin Earley DeMatha Sr.
F Phil Giampietro Oakton Jr.
F Kellen Henderson Paint Branch Jr.
F Jamie Michal Good Counsel Sr.
F Mina Pell National Cathedral Sr.
D Brian Rabbitt St. Albans Sr.
F Lisa Rasmussen National Cathedral Sr.
D Kevin Spain Gonzaga Jr.



Honorable Mention
D Michael Wagner Good Counsel Sr.
D Mike Ansell Broad Run Jr.
F Stu Cirulnick Churchill Sr.
D Pat Duvall Paint Branch Jr.
D Robert Burke Lake Braddock Sr.
F Nick Graves Sherwood Jr.
G Pat Copertino Gonzaga Jr.
G Joel Ord River Hill Jr.
D Justin Keller Georgetown Prep Sr.
F B.J. Radhe River Hill Sr.
F Josh Steinfeld Wootton Sr.
G Eddie Dingels Sherwood Jr.
G Dan Garmat Landon Soph.
D Ben Cohen Sherwood Sr.
D Peter Hafner Landon Jr.
D Jesse Klink Bishop Ireton Sr.
F Scott Levit Bishop Ireton Jr.
D Brandon Loftus Thomas Johnson Sr.
F Mike Lorusso Broad Run Jr.
F T.J. Masengale Bowie Soph.
D Tim Nussbaum Wootton Soph.
F Brad Preisinger Mount Hebron Sr.
D Pat Schaeffer Centennial Sr.
D John Tsikerdanos Frederick Sr.
F Alex Vap St. Albans Sr.



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