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Front row (left to right): Clayton Adams, St. Albans; Brandon Brennan, Osbourn Park. Back row (left to right): Michael Haring, Gonzaga; Mike Gardner, Sherwood; Nikita Kashirsky, Georgetown Prep; Chris Chambers, DeMatha; Jordan Burke, Bullis; Coach Bobby Poulin, Bullis. Not pictured: Emily Tiernan, Holton-Arms. (Preston Keres -- The Washington Post)
Player of the Year | Coach of the Year
First Team | Second Team | Honorable Mention
| Player of the Year |
| F Mike Gardner, Sherwood, Sr. |
With good puck-handling skills and a quick release, the speedy forward had 28 goals and 13 assists in 13 Maryland Scholastic Hockey League games, leading Sherwood to its third consecutive public school championship. The senior hopes to play junior hockey next year.
| Coach of the Year |
| Bobby Poulin, Bullis |
In his first year with Bullis, Poulin guided a team that did not make the Tier II playoffs last season to the Maryland Scholastic Hockey League private school final. Despite losing to DeMatha in the championship, Bullis won the IAC title with a 9-1-1 regular season record after last year's 4-6 finish.
| First Team |
| G Clayton Adams, St. Albans, Sr. |
An all-IAC goaltender and co-MVP for St. Albans, Adams allowed 2.81 goals per game and finished with a .924 save percentage.
G Brandon Brennan, Osbourn Park, Sr.
With 169 saves and 13 goals allowed in the regular season, the goaltender played a key role in Osbourn Park's run to the Northern Virginia Scholastic Hockey League final.
D Michael Haring, Gonzaga, Soph.
Was the best defenseman on a team that allowed a league-low 17 regular season goals. Also had seven goals and 12 assists.
F Jordan Burke, Bullis, Jr.
A crafty forward who uses his teammates well, Burke led Bullis with 24 goals and 20 assists in 11 Maryland Scholastic Hockey League games.
F Chris Chambers, DeMatha, Sr.
A good skater, Chambers sparked DeMatha's championship season with timely scoring, as six of his team-high 26 goals were game-winners. Also had nine assists.
F Nikita Kashirsky, Georgetown Prep, Sr.
Scoring at least one point in each of his team's 18 games, the native of Russia had a team-high 42 goals and 14 assists.
F Emily Tiernan, Holton-Arms, Soph.
An excellent skater and stick handler, the sophomore had 22 goals, five assists and no penalties in 10 games. Also plays field hockey and lacrosse.
| Second Team |
| G Corey Watkinson, Bullis, Jr.; D Ryan Blair, Broad Run, Sr.; D Ian Brooks, DeMatha, Jr.; D Rob Dodson, Forest Park, Sr.; D Adam Fishbein, Sherwood, Jr.; F William Day, Madison/Marshall, Soph.; F Jamie Jelinek, Langley, Jr.; F Grady Little, Langley, Sr. |
| Honorable Mention |
| Goaltenders: Ned Dixon, DeMatha, Jr.; Jenny Ducket, Spalding, Jr.; Danielle Kimble, Langley, Jr.; Robert Kunka, Langley, Soph.; Bryan Lynch, Stone Bridge, Sr.; Ryan Ratajczyk, Forest Park, Jr. |
Defensemen: Ryan Blair, Broad Run, Sr.; Sam Cooper, St. Stephen's/St. Agnes, Jr.; Daniel Germano, Centereville, Sr.; Joey Kemp, Georgetown Prep, Soph.; Robert Meyer, Paint Branch, Soph.; Lorne Ottinger, Stone Bridge, Sr.; Jason Seney, Good Counsel, Sr.; Matt Thomson, Osbourn, Sr.; Josh Weiner, Bullis, Soph.; Mark Wilkinson, Loudoun County/Loudoun Valley/Heritage, Sr.
Forwards: Matt Bodenheimer, Gonzaga, Sr.; Jeff Cizdziel, North Stafford, Jr.; Evan Donnelly, St. Stephen's/St. Agnes, Jr.; Ryan Dove, Hylton, Fr.; Brian Gibbons, DeMatha, Soph.; Kim Harter, Spalding, Jr.; David Inkellis, Walter Johnson, Sr.; Zane Klopp, Broad Run, Fr.; Matt Lidd, Paint Branch, Sr.; Adam Roeder, Stone Bridge, Jr.; Jake Samperton, Landon, Jr.; Ryan Sheppard, Osbourn, Jr.; Spenser Smallwood, Gonzaga, Jr.
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