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All-Met All-Mets
Front row (left to right): Kenny Jenkins, Walter Johnson; Brett MacLennan, Gar-Field; Scott Hudson, Lake Braddock; Coach Tracey Blaine, Robinson. Back row: Mike Ott, Oakton; Chris Dufek, Landon; Chris Soniak, Bishop Ireton; Chris Meleski, South Lakes; Ryan McCabe, Gonzaga; Kevin Mukri, DeMatha. Not pictured: Chris Tappis, Sherwood. (Kevin Clark - The Washington Post)

First Team |  Swimmer of the Year |  Coach of the Year
Second Team | Honorable Mention

Performer of the Year
Chris Meleski, South Lakes, Sr.
Three-time All-Met won the 200- and 500-yard freestyle at the Northern Region championships and the 200-meter and 500-meter freestyle at the Virginia AAA championships. Had the area's fastest times in both the 200 and 500. Virginia-bound freestyler finished career with eight regional titles, six state titles and three state records.

Coach of the Year
Tracey Blaine, Robinson
Led the Rams to a sweep of the Patriot District, Northern Region and Virginia AAA championships by 274, 140 and 59 points, respectively. Her boys' teams have not lost a regular season dual meet in her four seasons as coach.

First Team
Chris Dufek, Landon, Sr.
Scholastic all-American captured 200-yard individual medley titles at the Interstate Athletic Conference, Prep League and Metros meets. Also won the 100 freestyle title at Metros.

Scott Hudson, Lake Braddock, Jr.
Diver was named Bruins' most valuable performer. He won the Virginia AAA diving title and broke school records for six- and 11-dive totals.

Kenny Jenkins, Walter Johnson, Sr.
Repeat All-Met swept division, county and Metros diving titles for the second consecutive season. Will dive for Southern California.

Mike Ott, Oakton, Sr.
Three-time All-Met selection had area's fastest time and went unbeaten in 100 freestyle. Finished career with five individual state titles and two relay state titles.

Brett MacLennan, Gar-Field, Sr.
Won the 100-meter backstroke and 200-meter IM at Virginia AAA championships, setting a national high school record in the latter. Holds school records in every individual event.

Ryan McCabe, Gonzaga, Sr.
Repeat All-Met won third straight 200 freestyle title and second straight 500 freestyle title at Metros. Named swimmer of meet at Catholic Nationals for second straight year.

Kevin Mukri, DeMatha, Sr.
Won the 100 backstroke and 500 freestyle at Catholic Nationals. Holds school record in 100 backstroke and won that event at Metros.

Chris Soniak, Bishop Ireton, Sr.
Won the 100 butterfly and placed second in the 50 freestyle at Metros and won both events at the Prep League meet.

Chris Tappis, Sherwood, Sr.
Captured 50 freestyle title at Metros for the second consecutive year. Also was runner-up in the 100 freestyle.

Second Team
Jason Adler, Potomac School, Jr.; William Dufrense, Edison, Sr.; Michael Balint, Jefferson, Sr.; Ryan Hurley, Georgetown Prep, Jr.; Ryan Kim, Georgetown Prep, Jr.; John Kreitler, Annandale, Soph.; Mikey McDonald, W.T. Woodson, Fr.; Andy Pelenberg, Annandale, Sr.; Parker Ramsdell, Madison, Sr.; Steve Scheren, Robinson, Soph.

Honorable Mention
Jason Blanken, Paint Branch, Sr.; Nick Duda, Gonzaga, Sr.; Matt Dugan, Whitman, Jr.; Billy Hughes, Madison, Sr.; John Hutchinson, West Springfield, Jr.; Billy Janela, Gonzaga, Sr.; Tom Maddux, Loudoun Valley, Soph.; Shea Manning, Paul VI Catholic, Sr.; Richard Matthews, Broad Run, Sr.; Ben Miller, Herndon, Soph.; Cabot Pitts, Robinson, Sr.; Ben Sonley, Wootton, Sr.; Garrett Stevens-Palmer, Langley, Fr.; Rob Swendiman, Georgetown Prep, Jr.; Scott Tsuchitani, Yorktown, Jr.

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