Player of the Year
All-Met midfielder controlled the Bulldogs defensive midfield with poise and scored four goals, including the lone tally in Northwestern Region quarterfinal victory against Chancellor. He also had three assists.
Two-time all-Cardinal District and all-Northwestern Region first-team selection.
Member of the Virginia Under-17 Olympic Development team.
Coach of the Year
Led Indians to 10-5-2 overall record and second-place finish in the Cardinal District regular season.
Clinched Northwestern Region tournament berth by advancing to Cardinal District tournament final, which Hylton won, 1-0, in sudden-death overtime. Four of team's five losses were to top-ranked Hylton.
Recovered from an early season slump to lead the Bulldogs in scoring with 13 goals and nine assists. Hooker's greatest weapon is not merely his speed, but his ability to change pace to fool defenses.
Will attend Mount St. Mary's.
Returned from offseason knee surgery to score eight goals, five assists in nine games. Will play at Mary Washington next year.
A pure finisher who scored 17 goals in 14 games to lead Commonwealth District. Scored in all but four of Brooke Point's games and had an uncanny ability to get opportunities despite tight marking. Will play basketball and soccer at Methodist College in North Carolina.
The Indians' primary source of offensive creativity, Crowder also showed the ability to take it himself, scoring eight goals and adding eight assists this season. Crowder finished his career at Gar-Field with 20 goals, 19 assists. Will attend Radford.
A tireless runner who directed the Indians' midfield with spirited leadership and fine ball control. Finished with 10 goals and seven assists. Will attend Virginia Tech.
A skillful player with a knack for stealing the ball from the opposition, Papaj finished with eight goals and five assists and led the Yellow Jackets to the district semifinals. Will attend Greensboro College.
An offensive-minded central midfielder with excellent acceleration, Ramos scored 13 goals and had two assists for Commonwealth District champions.
Hard-nosed yet skillful marking back who didn't allow his man to score a goal all season. Will attend Mary Washington College.
A versatile defender with skills good enough to play midfield, Jankura started the Woodbridge offense from the back with intelligent passes. Will play at University of Pennsylvania.
Organized the Indians defense with a keen eye on when to commit himself. Pruna was not afraid to sacrifice his body to keep the opposition away from his goal.
Averaged just 1.05 goals against a game this season and put forth his best performances of the season in the district tournament. Larrabee made two saves in penalty-kick tiebreaker against Woodbridge and made four spectacular stops in final against Gar-Field. Will attend West Point.
Forwards: Jason Arnold, North Stafford; Armando Corrales, Brentsville; Chris Einsmann, Gar-Field; Chad Mullen, Emmanuel Christian; Sean O'Hare, Seton; Luis Portillo, Hylton.
Midfielders: Jim Agunsday, Brentsville; Bryan Edgar, Emmanuel Christian; Carlos Garay, Gar-Field; Geraldo Hernandez, Hylton; Jared Tucker, Osbourn Park.
Defenders: David Anderson, Osbourn; Chris Boots, Hylton; Shane Grizzle, Stafford; Andrew Sas, Brentsville; Adam Shingler, North Stafford.
Goalkeepers: Brian Worrilow, Woodbridge.
CAPTION: Members of the All-Extra boys soccer team, front row, from left, Carl Cabaniss, Stafford; Tim Tryon, Brooke Point; and Mark Crowder, Gar-Field; second row, from left, Robb Jankura, Woodbridge; James Pruna, Gar-Field; Paul Stepanick, Woodbridge; and Kevin Larrabee, Hylton; back row, from left, Steven Ramos, North Stafford; David Stokes, Hylton; Coach Rudy Zimmerman, Gar-Field; Jason Papaj, Osbourn Park; Scott Golay, Osbourn; and Jonathan Hooker, Hylton.