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All-Met All-Mets
Front row, left to right: Adam Quinones (DeMatha), T.J. Masengale (Bowie), Lane Fogarty (Holton-Arms). Back row: Patrick Copertino (Gonzaga), Matthew Weber (Churchill), Jason Kersner (Wootton), Peter Lamade (Landon), Brandon Owens (Bishop Ireton), Coach Rob Keegan (Churchill). (Jonathan Newton - The Washington Post)

First Team |  Boys Player of the Year |  |  Girls Player of the Year
Coach of the Year | Second Team | Honorable Mention

Boys Player of the Year
F Matthew Weber, Churchill, Jr.
Had five hat tricks, scored 28 goals and added 13 assists in 13 games. Helped lead the Bulldogs to their first Maryland Scholastic Hockey League Tier I final by scoring an overtime goal in a 2-1 victory against Landon in the semifinals. Named Maryland Scholastic Hockey League player of the year.

Girls Player of the Year
D Lane Fogarty, Holton-Arms, Sr.
Three-time All-Met directed Panthers to the Maryland Scholastic Hockey League final, and led team in scoring for the third straight season with 19 goals and 10 assists. Four-year starter was called for only four penalties in her career. Had 11 goals and eight assists as a junior.

Coach of the Year
Rob Keegan, Churchill
First-year coach filled the void left by All-Met Coach of the Year Matt Revkin and eight seniors, who graduated after last season. Directed the Bulldogs to their first Maryland Scholastic Hockey League championship game before falling to DeMatha. Led the Bulldogs to a 9-3-1 record. Former minor league player.

First Team
F Jason Kersner, Wootton, Sr.
Dominated opposition for 53 points – 32 goals and 21 assists – in only 11 games.

F Peter Lamade, Landon, So.
Scored 15 goals and added 15 assists in 21 games, and led his team to the MSHL semifinals.

F T.J. Masengale, Bowie, Jr.
Helped lead his team to the Tier II final, scoring 35 goals and adding 21 assists in 13 games.

D Brandon Owens, Bishop Ireton, So.
Offensive-minded defenseman tallied 71 points, including 52 goals in 35 games, and recorded a plus 34.

D Adam Quinones, DeMatha, Sr.
Lefty finished with 18 goals and 21 assists in 38 games, and anchored the Stags defense en route to the Tier I title.

G Patrick Copertino, Gonzaga, Sr.
Top Tier I netminder recorded a save percentage of 92 and a 2.1 goals-against average.

Second Team
F Nick Bliss, O'Connell, Sr.; F Nick Graves, Sherwood, Sr.; F Jordan Herd, Highland View, Sr.; F David Marquis, T. Johnson, Fr.; D Ben Gottlieb, Churchill, Sr.; D Jeremy Omess, DeMatha, Sr.; D Kevin Spain, Gonzaga, Sr.; G Eric Zieger, Seneca Valley, Sr.

Honorable Mention
Forwards – Brian Boland, Georgetown Prep, Jr.; Robert Farmer, DeMatha, Sr.; Kyle Laughlin, Severn, Jr.; Mike Lorusso, Broad Run, Sr.; Kyle Rowland, Chantilly, Sr.; Matt Runkle, River Hill, Sr.; Brian Sobonya, Osbourn, So.; Justin Young, Frederick, Jr.; Matt Young, Thomas Johnson, Jr.
Defense – Bryan Brady, South River, Sr.; Pat Duvall, Paint Branch, Sr.; Phil Giampietro, Oakton, Sr.; Scott Levit, Bishop Ireton, Sr.; Eli Martin, Atholton, Jr.; William Wilkins, St. Albans, Sr.
Goaltenders – Joey Collins, Centennial, Jr.; Eddie Dingels, Sherwood, Sr.; Jill Foss, Frederick, Sr.; Matt Sarant, Paint Branch, Sr.; Craig Vardy, Stone Bridge, Jr.

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