No. 1 Gonzaga, which won its seventh straight Washington Catholic Athletic Conference championship last week, becomes the only school in the country with three Under Armour all-Americans thus far. McEvoy, a Penn State recruit, excelled as one of the area's top faceoff specialists and finished with 180 groundballs this year. But he also had 37 goals and 19 assists as a weapon on attack. Finlay proved to be a shutdown defender for the Eagles as they went undefeated against local competition this spring.
Petkevich is part of Bullis's dynamic attack and helped push the Bulldogs to their first outright Interstate Athletic Conference regular-season title. The Colgate recruit used a blistering shot to score a team-high 54 goal this spring. Bullis faces Georgetown Prep on Wednesday in the semifinals of the IAC tournament.
Carson had 57 goals this spring for No. 1 St. Stephen's/St. Agnes, which won another Independent School League AA title Monday with a 16-5 victory over Georgetown Visitation. She will head to Dartmouth in the fall. Martin, meanwhile, was a two-way threat for the Cubs this season and had 29 goals and 42 groundballs. She will play at Virginia next year.
Miller was part of a resurgence at St. Mary's-Annapolis, which finished with its best record (14-5) in 10 years this spring before a season-ending loss to Notre Dame Prep in the IAAM A quarterfinals last week. Souder, a Johns Hopkins recruit, returned from a shoulder injury steered the Mustangs from the midfield during an impressive regular season that featured just one loss against McDonogh, the No. 1 team in the country. Marriotts Ridge's season came to an end Monday, however, when it lost to Glenelg in a Maryland 3A/2A South region section final.
Severna Park's Eva Klaus had already been named an all-American last month. Her two-time defending state champion Falcons also watched their season end Monday with a 12-11 upset loss to Anne Arundel County rival Broadneck.
The 11th annual Under Armour all-America lacrosse games will take place on July 2 at Towson University. There is still one more wave of player selections to be announced at a later date.
NUMBER CRUNCH: 17
Strikeouts thrown by West Potomac pitcher Jamie Sara as part of a one-hitter Monday night that propelled the Wolverines to a 2-0 win over W.T. Woodson and into the Virginia 6A North region tournament.
- St. Stephen’s/St. Agnes and Episcopal won ISL lacrosse titles on Monday
- Freshmen led Flint Hill to its first ISL softball title over Holton-Arms
- Drew Ingalls helped Churchill clinch the Montgomery County boys’ tennis championship
- Magruder’s boys’ and girls’ lacrosse teams fended off Blair Monday night to reach the Maryland 4A/3A North region finals
- Breanna Mitchell has returned from injury to give Dominion girls’ soccer a boost up top
- The Allen brothers pushed Bullis past St. Albans in the IAC track and field championships over the weekend
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WHAT TO WATCH FOR: Metros golf championships at PB Dye Golf Course, 1 p.m.
Some of the best high school golfers in the area will tee off Tuesday afternoon in Ijamsville, Md. Landon is the event's defending champion. The Post's Brandon Parker will be on the course. Follow him on Twitter (@brandoncparker) for updates, and cross your fingers that the rain stays light during the afternoon.