Gazette-Star all-county golf team
Coach of the Year
In his third season as the Raiders' head coach, Bradbury has rapidly molded the squad into a perennial county and region title contender with a youthful group. Roosevelt has posted a county and region title in the last two years and qualified for the Maryland State Tournament in each of the last two years.
Player of the Year
The junior earned his second consecutive Gazette-Star Player of the Year award. He won Washington Catholic Athletic Conference Player of the Year honors, going 10-1-1 in match play in the No. 1 spot for the Stags. He averaged 37.2 for nine holes and took second in the Washington Private Schools' Championships with a 73. He has already verbally committed to the University of Maryland, College Park.
Steven Hyre, Bowie
Had the lowest regular season average among county public school players (79) and took third in the 4A/3A South Region tournament with a 79.
Jordan Sweet, DeMatha
A two-time Gazette-Star first-team selection, the junior was 11-1 in WCAC match play and averaged 37.8 strokes per nine holes. He took second in the WCAC tournament. Sweet has verbally committed to the University of Maryland for the fall of 2011.
Austin Jewell, Eleanor Roosevelt
A two-time Gazette-Star first-team selection, Jewell averaged 80 and won the Prince George's County title with a 77. He also finished fourth in the 4A/3A South Region tournament with an 80.
Jeb Hynes, DeMatha
The junior went 10-1-1 in match play with a 38.9 average per nine holes. Hynes qualified for the Maryland Amateur tournament at Congressional Country Club, which will be held today through Sunday.
Jason Park, Eleanor Roosevelt
Making his second Gazette-Star first team appearance, Park averaged 80 and finished second in the 4A/3A South Region tournament with a 75, only one stroke off the lead.
Jerrell Parrish, DeMatha
The senior is a two-time Gazette-Star first-team selection after going 10-2 in WCAC match play and concluding his prep career at 41-4. He averaged 39.6 for nine holes and has signed a national letter of intent to play golf at Bethune-Cookman University (Fla.).
Gabrielle Sinkovic, Bowie
The senior won the 4A/3A South Region tournament and was the only county golfer to qualify for the second round of the Maryland State Championships. She is headed to North Carolina State University to play golf and study in the school's professional golf management program.
Walter Batts, Charles H. Flowers
The senior finished the season with an average round of 81, then shot identical rounds of 81 in the county and regional tournaments.
James Martinez, Bowie
Wesley Meredith, Gwynn Park
Kyle Grays, Frederick Douglass
Julian Seltzer, Suitland
Marco Dela Cuesta, Eleanor Roosevelt
Julian Moore, Oxon Hill
Alex Stewart and Greg Wilson, DeMatha.
The Gazette-Star All-County Golf Team covers competition during the 2009-10 school year. Public schools in Maryland play golf during the fall, while private schools play a spring schedule.