Jeff Baker, Gar-Field

Baseball

The All-Met Player of the Year went 9-0 on the mound with 111 strikeouts in 70 innings and batted .537 with 12 home runs. He will play at Clemson University next season if he doesn't sign with the Cleveland Indians.

David Basham, Brentsville

Wrestling

The Virginia A state champion at 171 pounds went 33-2 and helped Tigers win team title. He will attend West Point.

Daniel Davis, Brooke Point

Football

The All-Met Offensive Player of the Year set the Virginia AAA career rushing record with 7,026 yards. The University of North Carolina signee finished the season with 2,041 yards and a Washington area high 32 touchdowns, to run his career TD total to a state record of 104.

Robert Downing, Hylton

Football

The top offensive threat on the Bulldogs' state championship team, the Elon-bound Downing rushed for 1,212 yards and scored 20 touchdowns.

Tish Decoud, Woodbridge

Gymnastics

The Cardinal District all-around champion was first in bars in the district and Northwestern Region. Helped Vikings to district title and sixth-place finish at Virginia AAA meet.

Tamika Dudley, Woodbridge

Basketball

The Vikings' spirtual leader played every position at some point during her senior season. She'll play at Long Island University.

Chris Feist, Hylton

Cross-Country, Track

The Cardinal District and Northwestern Region cross-country champion was the highest area finisher (10th) at the Virginia AAA state meet. He placed third in the state in the 3,200 meters indoors and was the fastest area runner in the 3,200 outdoors.

Matt Hilleary, Seton

Basketball

The most dominating inside player in the area, Hilleary averaged 22 points, 13 rebounds and five blocks in leading the Conquistadors to a 28-5 record and Delaney Athletic Conference championship. He will play at Catholic University.

Elmer Holmes, Osbourn

Football

The four-time first-team all-state linebacker totaled 163 tackles and 11 sacks. The All-Met pick will play at Marshall University.

Jonathan Hooker, Hylton

Soccer

The Mount St. Mary's signee led the Virginia AAA state champions in scoring with 13 goals and nine assists.

Sarah Jansen, Gar-Field

Basketball

The point guard led a young team to the program's 11th consecutive district championship. She will play at the University of South Carolina-Spartanburg.

Caroline Kent, Woodbridge

Soccer

The Vikings' leading scorer the past three seasons, the All-Met Player of the Year amassed 21 goals and 14 assists and will remain teammates with her twin sister, Pamela, at George Mason University.

Kevin Larrabee, Hylton

Soccer

The West Point-bound goalkeeper, the Cardinal District co-player of the year, set a Virginia AAA state record for shutouts in a season as the Bulldogs defended their state title.

Danny Lopaze, Potomac

Baseball

The Virginia Commonwealth University signee and Tampa Bay Devil Rays draft pick hit eight home runs to tie the school career mark of 18.

Payton Nash, Gar-Field

Softball

The Radford signee and Cardinal District player of the year was the only senior starter on a team that advanced to the Northwestern Region semifinals.

Michael Newell, Potomac

Track

The eight-time All-Met won three individual Virginia AAA state titles this season, including indoor long jump for the fourth consecutive year. He will attend Wallace State (Ala.) junior college.

Boyd Ouden, Hylton

Football, Track

The University of Richmond signee caught 37 passes for 884 yards and eight touchdowns for the state football champions and in the same Norfolk State University stadium months later won the 300-meter dash at the Virginia AAA state outdoor track meet.

Jose Pabon, Potomac

Baseball

The two-time All-Met infielder batted .500 with eight homers, 37 RBI, 27 extra-base hits and 34 steals. He will attend Virginia Commonwealth University if he turns down a professional offer from the New York Mets.

Drew Penny, Stafford

Lacrosse

The future Wingate (N.C.) University student racked up 69 goals and 38 assists to run his career scoring total to 222.

Donnie Pereira, Stonewall Jackson

Wrestling

The two-time All-Met went 40-0 this season and was the Virginia AAA state champion at 112 pounds.

Mike Ragan, Manassas Park

Baseball

A cornerstone of Cougars' athletic program, the Bull Run District co-player of the year particularly sparkled on the diamond, where he hit .450, scored 29 runs and went 10-4 pitching.

Jeremy Rankin, Stonewall Jackson

Wrestling

The two-time Virginia AAA state champion, headed to James Madison University, went 41-0 at 152 pounds.

Sherman Rivers, Potomac

Basketball

The William and Mary-bound guard graduated as the Panthers' all-time leading scorer with 1,193 points.

Lulu Rodriguez, Stafford

Tennis

In only her second season of high school tennis, Rodriguez bookended her high school career by winning the Northwestern Region title, which she also had won as a freshman while attending North Stafford. She will play at George Mason University.

David Stevenson, Hylton

Football

The 6-foot-4, 300-pound lineman, "the most dominant player I have ever coached," in Coach Bill Brown's estimation, led the Bulldogs to the Virginia AAA Division 6 state title and will continue his career at the University of North Carolina.

Orion Wake, Woodbridge

Basketball

The first-team all-state pick averaged 16.9 points and 11 rebounds a game in leading the Vikings to the Virginia AAA state semifinals. She will play at Furman.

ALL-MET SELECTIONS

FIRST TEAMERS

Athlete

School

Sport

*Jeff Baker

Gar-Field

Baseball

Brian Bentley

Hylton

Crew

Sarah Brown

Stafford

Gymnastics

Kevin Collier

North Stafford

Wrestling

*Daniel Davis

Brooke Point

Football

Dionne Evans

Gar-Field

Cross-Country

Samantha Hall

Stafford

Outdoor Track

Elmer Holmes

Osbourn

Football

Natalie Ingold

Hylton

Soccer

Justin Johnson

North Stafford

Wrestling

*Sheena Johnson

Gar-Field

Indoor Track

*Sheena Johnson

Gar-Field

Outdoor Track

Jayson Jurek

North Stafford

Wrestling

*Caroline Kent

Woodbridge

Soccer

Danny Lopaze

Potomac

Baseball

Andrew Nowak

Woodbridge

Crew

Boyd Ouden

Hylton

Outdoor Track

Jose Pabon

Potomac

Baseball

Donnie Pereira

Stonewall Jackson

Wrestling

Michael Newell

Potomac

Indoor Track

Michael Newell

Potomac

Outdoor Track

Jeremy Rankin

Stonewall Jackson

Wrestling

Chrissy Richardson

Gar-Field

Crew

Lulu Rodriguez

Stafford

Tennis

David Stevenson

Hylton

Football

David Stokes

Hylton

Soccer

Ann Weaver

Woodbridge

Soccer

*Player of the Year

COACHES OF THE YEAR

Coach

School

Sport

Rob Dulin

Brentsville

Boys Cross-Country

Erik Nienaber

Hylton

Boys Crew

Wendy Payne

Stafford

Girls Gymnastics

CAPTION: Jonathan Hooker, right, led Hylton with 13 goals and nine assists as the Bulldogs defended their Virginia AAA state soccer title, their fourth title of the decade.

CAPTION: Manassas Park's Mike Ragan was Bull Run District baseball co-player of the year.