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2019 Fall All-Met: Girls’ soccer first team, second team, honorable mention

Northern forward Rachel Deresky is the All-Met girls' soccer Player of the Year. (Marvin Joseph/The Washington Post)

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The following student-athletes have been selected to The Washington Post’s 2019 All-Met team for girls’ soccer:

Player of the Year

Rachel Deresky, F, Jr., Northern

An almost unstoppable offensive force, Deresky had an area-high 49 goals as well as 17 assists to spearhead the Patriots’ second consecutive Maryland 3A title run. The Vanderbilt commit couldn’t be contained on the biggest stage, scoring four goals in her team’s 5-0 state championship game win over Wilde Lake. She also netted two goals in the Patriots’ semifinal victory against Linganore. Deresky’s 122 career goals make her the Southern Maryland Athletic Conference’s all-time leading scorer.

First team

Ashley Bilger, GK, Sr., Centennial

The Frostburg State signee made 104 saves in 12 matches.

Lindsey Brick, D, Sr., Quince Orchard

Over the past two years, the Syracuse signee anchored a back line that allowed a total of 15 goals as one of Montgomery County’s top teams.

Courtney Corcoran, MF, Jr., Spalding

In dictating the tempo for the Cavaliers, Corcoran recorded five goals and five assists for the Interscholastic Athletic Association of Maryland A Conference runners-up.

Kayla Edwards, D, Sr., Elizabeth Seton

In helping the Roadrunners make their first Washington Catholic Athletic Conference title game appearance in 24 years, Edwards recorded nine goals and nine assists and captained six shutouts. She will play at Cal State Bakersfield.

London Lewis, F, Sr., Calvert

To cap her high school career, the High Point commit scored both of the Cavaliers’ goals in their 2-1 Maryland 2A championship win over Middletown. She finished the season with 26 goals and 10 assists.

Lena McLaughlin, D, Sr., Severna Park

She helped the Falcons record 12 shutouts and also scored seven goals for the Maryland 4A runner-up.

Sophia Michalski-Cooper, MF, Sr., South River

A two-time first-team All-Met selection, the VCU signee controlled the pace with six goals and four assists.

Kale’a Perry, F, Sr., McNamara

The VCU signee and WCAC player of the year scored in every game she played, finishing with 20 goals.

Kiki Rice, F, So., Sidwell Friends

Following a historic freshman season, Rice notched 22 goals and nine assists for the Independent School League Class AA champion and D.C. State Athletic Association runner-up.

Zoë Vidaurre, D, Jr., St. John’s

The Ohio State commit contributed to eight shutouts for the DCSAA champion.

Anna Young, MF, Sr., Good Counsel

With six goals and eight assists, the Towson signee helped the Falcons secure their second consecutive WCAC crown.

Coach of the Year

John Baker, Calvert

After his team fell short in the Maryland 2A playoffs each of the past three years, the fourth-year coach guided the Cavaliers to their first state title since 2014. They handed Century its first loss in the semifinals before beating Middletown, 2-1, in overtime in the championship game.

Second team

Mia Bookhard, F, Sr., Good Counsel

Danielle Burke, MF, Jr., Georgetown Day

Katie Byrd, GK, Sr., Severna Park

Noa Dorah, F, Sr., Blair

Audrey Flanagan, MF, Sr., Huntingtown

Marlee Heaven, F, So., Richard Montgomery

Makenna Morris, F, Sr., St. John’s

Kat Parris, MF, Jr., Reservoir

Kate Quigley, D, So., Churchill

Taylor Tolson, D, Sr., Northern

Aicha Wilson, MF, Jr., Wilde Lake

Honorable mention

Sydney Allen, F, Fr., Bethesda-Chevy Chase

Alexandra Baker, D, Sr., Calvert

Laila Booker, D, Sr., Good Counsel

Danielle Campbell, MF, Jr., Howard

Shea Carroll, MF, Sr., Elizabeth Seton

Ashley Chew, F, Sr., Chesapeake

Jordyn Choe, F, Jr., Marriotts Ridge

Tati Clinton, F, Jr., Washington International

Kultumi Conteh, D, Jr., Parkdale

Delaney DeMartino, F, So., Whitman

Isabella Dever, MF, So., Leonardtown

Caroline Duffy, GK, So., River Hill

Kate Faraone, MF, Sr., Quince Orchard

Toni Fiocco-Mizer, MF, Sr., Severna Park

Lauryn Gladd, F, Sr., Churchill

Erin Hollar, D, Sr., Wilson

Eliza Jones, F, Jr., The Field School

Sydney Konzmann, D, Sr., Blake

Madeline Lenkart, F, Sr., South River

Olivia McBerry, F, Sr., Walter Johnson

Charlotte McGuire, D, Jr., Sidwell Friends

Eva Mowery, F, So., Broadneck

Luisa Navas-Gonzalez, MF, Jr., Elizabeth Seton

Meagan Olsen, MF, Sr., Whitman

Ariana Reyes, MF, Sr., Bell

Emily Smith, GK, Jr., Stephen's/St. Agnes

Carli Sullenger, MF, So., Quince Orchard

Ashley Tutas, F, So., Spalding

Jessica Wallace, D, Jr., Spalding

Bri Werner, F, So., Glenelg

— Text written by Kyle Melnick