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2012-13 Winter All-Met
(Toni L. Sandys / The Washington Post)
POY: KRIS JENKINS, GONZAGA
F Kris Jenkins used size and perimeter scoring to lead Gonzaga to an undefeated WCAC regular season.
POY: LINDSAY ALLEN, ST. JOHN'S
G Lindsay Allen was on top of her game in leading St. John’s to the WCAC and Alhambra titles.
AOY: Mustaqeem Williams, Forest Park
The junior led the Woodbridge school to its first state crown in any boys’ sport.
AOY: Felecia Majors, South County
The senior single-handedly produced the first state title in the Lorton school’s history.
SOY: Jack Conger, Good Counsel
The three-time All-Met Swimmer of the Year broke a 30-year-old national high school record in the 500 free.
SOY: Katie Ledecky, Stone Ridge
The Olympic gold medalist led the Gators to an ISL title and set the national high school record in the 500.
WOY: KYLE SNYDER, GOOD COUNSEL
Good Counsel junior Kyle Snyder (63-0) continued his dominance with a third straight unbeaten season.
POY: JACK SLATER, GONZAGA
F Jack Slater captained Gonzaga to the Mid-Atlantic Prep Hockey League title with 33 goals and 21 assists.
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