Had 10 goals and 11 assists for the Raiders and was the team's focal point on offense.
Had 12 goals and 23 assists for the Braves, who finished third in the SMAC this season.
St. Mary's Ryken
Had nine goals and four assists while playing right wing for Ryken. Has led the team in scoring for three straight years.
Captained third-place Great Mills in second year on varsity. Scored five goals and added five assists.
Had four assists and led the midfield attack for the Warriors.
Was a stabilizing presence in the midfield for the Panthers.
Had five goals and six assists and solidified the Cavaliers' defense.
Provided solid defense and leadership for the Cougars throughout the season.
Had six goals and 14 assists and provided consistent play on offense and defense.
Allowed just one goal all season, finishing with a record of 12-2-2 and 12 shutouts.
F--Shannon Baker, Calvert; Danielle Dinsmore, Northern; Megan Hoko, McDonough; Amanda Kidwell, Thomas Stone; Kacie McGinnis, Westlake. MF--Megan Coffren, Patuxent; Carolyn Emmart, Chopticon; Lisa Medora, La Plata; Sarah Muncey, Westlake. D--Kellee Raley, Great Mills; Kim Thompson, Chopticon; Christine Williams, Thomas Stone. GK--Rachel Clagett, Calvert.
Player of the Year
Was team captain and most valuable player for the Maryland 3A South Region champions. Scored 13 goals and added four assists for the Cavaliers, who finished the season 14-1-2.
Coach of the Year
Guided Calvert to the 3A South Region championship and state semifinals. Has won two Southern Maryland Athletic Conference titles in four years as the Cavaliers' head coach.
CAPTION: Members of the All-Extra field hockey team are, back row, from left, Zainabu Williams, La Plata; Crystal Dale, Chopticon; Angela Muncey, Patuxent; Coach Nicole Wilson, Calvert; Johanna Ramos, Leonardtown; Caitlin Galligan, Calvert; Amanda Brown, Leonardtown. Front row, from left, Erin Woodburn, Great Mills; Sofia Acosta, Thomas Stone; Marci Faulkner, Leonardtown; Ashley Simms, St. Mary's Ryken; Hilary Linsenbigler, Calvert.
CAPTION: Player and Coach of the Year, Calvert's Caitlin Galligan and Nicole Wilson.