First Team

Pos.

Player

Yr.

School

Highlight

F

Jeff Brooks

Sr.

St. Mary's Ryken

Second on team with 13 goals as Knights (18-1) won inaugural Maryland Independent Schools tournament. Had game-winning goal in tournament final.

F

Daniel O'Brien

Sr.

Leonardtown

Deadly shooter set school record with 22 goals. Also had five assists. Helped lead Raiders to first regional title game.

F

Kevin Padgett

Sr.

McDonough

Opportunistic goal-scorer finished with 22 goals and 11 assists and averaged more than one goal per game.

MF

Brian Moroz

Sr.

Thomas Stone

Creative midfielder had goal or assist in 15 of Cougars' 18 games. Team went 15-0 in those games. Finished with nine goals, 19 assists.

MF

David Kegg

Sr.

McDonough

Controlled center midfield for Rams; finished with six goals and seven assists. Helped Rams become the only SMAC school to defeat Thomas Stone this season.

MF

Mike Mutchler

Sr.

Leonardtown

Dictated pace of game from central midfield position. Had 12 assists and seven goals. Helped lead Raiders to first regional title game.

MF

Robert Wible

Sr.

Westlake

Eight goals and seven assists included game-winning goal vs. McDonough and game-winning assist vs. La Plata. Also played forward, sweeper and stopper.

D

Shawn Moses

Sr.

Thomas Stone

Composed stopper finished with four goals and four assists. Played in tournament in Brazil with club team last summer.

D

Brad Newkirk

Sr.

Chopticon

Was always in the right position for the Braves. Considered one of the most complete defenders in the SMAC. Two-time selection to all-SMAC first team.

D

Patrick Warring

Sr.

St. Mary's Ryken

Efficient sweeper controlled defense for Knights, who finished 18-1 and ranked No. 10 in the area. Also had four goals and four assists.

G

Mike Consalvo

Sr.

La Plata

Led team to 8-7-1 record and five shutouts. Three losses came against teams ranked in The Post's top 10 at the time.

Honorable Mention

F--J.D. Metcalf, La Plata; Josh Parrot, La Plata; Scott Raley, Leonardtown; Dabren Wills, St. Mary's Ryken. MF--Chris Kidwell, McDonough; Ronnie Provenzano, Thomas Stone; Jimmy Tagert, Thomas Stone. D--Mark Agoni, Chopticon; Dave Bonney, Thomas Stone; Tyler Clark, Westlake; Marc Dare, Northern; Danny Heaney, Lackey; Brian MacFarlane, Thomas Stone; Charles McDevitt, McDonough; Jeremy Smith, Leonardtown. GK--Jason Cooke, Leonardtown; Mike Kovacs, McDonough; Ryan Tomasko, Thomas Stone.

Player of the Year

Jimmie Dade

Thomas Stone

Senior midfielder

Versatile player played several positions for SMAC champions. Finished with nine goals and 11 assists. Traveled with club team for tournament in Holland last summer.

Coach of the Year

Bruce Henderson

Leonardtown

Led Raiders to 13-3-1 record and first appearance in regional final. Started two freshmen and two sophomores for most of the season. Raiders improved throughout season; they lost to Thomas Stone, 2-1, in overtime in the 3A South Region final after losing to Stone, 4-1, during the regular season.

CAPTION: Members of the All-Extra boys soccer team are, back row, from left, Mike Mutchler, Leonardtown; Jeff Brooks and Pat Warring, St. Mary's Ryken; Jimmie Dade, Shawn Moses and Brian Moroz, Thomas Stone; Coach Bruce Henderson, Leonardtown. Front row, from left, Daniel O'Brien, Leonardtown; David Kegg and Kevin Padgett, McDonough; Robert Wible, Westlake. Not pictured: Mike Consalvo, La Plata; Brad Newkirk, Chopticon.