Nic Bell, Midfield

Highland, Senior

Second-team All-Met is the All-Extra player of the year for the second consecutive season. Started in every game during his four-year career, scoring 198 goals with 199 assists and 523 ground balls, leading the Hawks to the Invitational Lacrosse Tournament Division II title game three years in a row.

Bill Schoeb

Loudoun Valley

Led the Vikings to their second straight AA Dulles District title and third in four years. Loudoun Valley went 36-1 during the past two seasons, losing in the Region II final this year to Western Albemarle, 10-8.

A Evan Morgan, Broad Run, Jr. -- Helped guide the Spartans to the AA Dulles District championship game with 32 goals and 42 assists, both team highs.

A Brennan Rhodes, Notre Dame, Sr. -- Dragons' point leader tallied nearly 70 goals and nearly 30 assists. Scored four goals in loss to Highland.

A Keenan Stout, Potomac Falls, Sr. -- Scored 41 goals on 122 shots and had 26 assists. Also collected 75 ground balls.

A Harrison Young, Highland, Sr. -- Repeat All-Extra selection scored a team-high 58 goals with 8 assists for the Dragons.

MF Drew Dunn, Stone Bridge, Jr. -- Had a team-high 51 points (29 goals, 22 assists) and a team-high 116 ground balls to help lead the Bulldogs to the AA Dulles District semifinals.

MF J.D. Harkey, Loudoun Valley, Jr. -- Faceoff specialist had 94 ground balls, 27 goals and 27 assists for the Vikings.

MF Tommy Schonder, Loudoun Valley, Jr. -- AA Dulles District player of the year led the Vikings in assists (29) and ground balls (161) and had 44 goals.

MF Ben Semmes, Loudoun Valley, Jr. -- Tallied team-high 47 goals with 16 assists and 77 ground balls for Region II finalists.

D T.J. Dacey, Loudoun Valley, Sr. -- Vikings' top defender marked opponents' top threat. Had 81 ground balls and 1 goal.

D Dan Eldridge, Highland, Sr. -- Dragons' best defender played injured in several games, but was second on the team in ground balls.

D Paul Hagood, Broad Run, Sr. -- Repeat All-Extra selection had 2 goals, 2 assists and 80 ground balls.

GK Carl Quesnell, Broad Run, Sr. -- Athletic and intense keeper saved 80 percent of the shots he faced in the regular season. Had 16 saves in AA Dulles District final.


Attack: Jason Cuellar, Stone Bridge, Jr.; Conor Duggan, Loudoun Valley, Sr.; Ryan Dunham, Potomac Falls, Sr.; Easton Rogers, Broad Run, Jr.; Robert Walther, Stone Bridge, Soph.; Colin Wauchope; Loudoun Valley, Sr.

Midfield: Benjamin Cook, Highland, Sr.; Grant Jones, Loudoun County, Sr.; Marc Mesmer, Broad Run, Jr.; David Miller, Notre Dame, Fr.; Josh Osbourne, Stone Bridge, Jr.; Shaun Rohde, Heritage, Jr.

Defense: Greg Stuart, Park View, Jr.; Andre Summers, Heritage, Jr.; Ben Thrailkill, Stone Bridge, Jr.; Jeff Weaver, Broad Run, Sr.

Goalkeeper: Matt Brewster, Highland, Jr.; Wayne Dai, Dominion, Jr.; Bob Graves, Potomac Falls, Jr.; Stephen Ide, Notre Dame, Soph.

Front row, from left: Brennan Rhodes, Notre Dame; Harrison Young, Highland; Drew Dunn, Stone Bridge; Dan Eldridge, Highland; Keenan Stout, Potomac Falls; Nic Bell, Highland. Back row, from left: Ben Semmes, Loudoun Valley; Paul Hagood, Broad Run; J.D. Harkey, Loudoun Valley; Carl Quesnell, Broad Run; T.J. Dacey, Loudoun Valley; Evan Morgan, Broad Run; Tommy Schonder, Loudoun Valley.Coach of the Year Bill Schoeb, Loudoun Valley, left, and Player of the Year Nic Bell, Highland.