All-Gazette Girls' Soccer
Laurie DeWitt/The Gazette
Player of the Year
Caroline Miller, Walter Johnson, Sr., Forward
The University of Virginia-bound, U-17 National Team forward scored a county-high 29 goals. Too fast for anyone, anywhere to cope with, Miller finished her high school career with a school-record 91 goals.
Coach of the Year
Rob Kurtz, Bethesda-Chevy Chase, Eighth year
Kurtz successfully put together individual talent to craft one of the county's most dominating teams in years. He led the Barons to their first-ever undefeated season at 17-0 and B-CC's third state title, its first since 2004.
Daria Borowski, Clarksburg, Sr., D/F
All-around player split time in back and front lines, tallying 5 goals, 6 assists when in attack.
Stephanie Boulter, Poolesville, Jr., F
Speedster tallied team-high 10 goals in leading Falcons to first 1A West Region title since 2002.
Kayla Clarke, Quince Orchard, Jr., M
Controlled everything in middle, contributed 2 goals, 10 assists to Cougars' third straight state final run.
Hannah Cooper, B-CC, Sr., F
Sparkplug of state champions' dominant attack knocked in team-high 26 goals, added 11 assists.
Zita DePetris, B-CC, Sr., M
Returned from ankle injury with vengeance, anchoring dominant midfield. Contributed 2 goals, 6 assists.
Colleen Din, Holy Cross, Jr., M
With 11 goals, 8 assists, had hand in 86 percent of team's 22 total scores.
Alex Doll, B-CC, Soph., M
National U-15 Team player anchored team's transition attack with 11 goals, team-high 19 assists.
Crystal Koczot, Good Counsel, Jr., M/F
Tied for second on team in scoring with 6 goals, team-high 6 assists.
Retha Koefoed, Whitman, Sr., M
Speed, strength helped dominate midfield. Scored game-winner vs. Walter Johnson in 4A West Region semifinals.
Erika Martin, Northwest, Sr., D
Fast, tenacious defender helped anchor stingy Jaguars' backline.
Megan McTavish , Good Counsel, Sr., D
Integral part of Falcons' defense that gave up paltry average of 1 goal per game.
Amanda Whitney , Quince Orchard, Sr., G
Fearlessly defended net for state finalists with 87.4 save percentage, 0.81 goals-against average.
Annie Worden, Blair, Sr., M
Fordham-bound natural sacrificed personal glory to move back, control midfield in Blair's best season ever.
Allison Yeager, Wootton, Jr., M
Nearly unstoppable with ball at feet; led Patriots with 14 goals, 8 assists.
Sonia Basma, Springbrook, Sr., F
Transfer brought spark to attack.
Alex Berg, Whitman, Sr., F/D
All-around strong presence.
Cheyenne Braga, Good Counsel, Sr., M
Controlled middle, added 2 goals.
Emily D'Italia, Q. Orchard, Jr., M/D
Stood out at both positions.
Charlotte Detchon, B-CC, Sr., D
Helmed stingy defense.
Mitra Ebrahimi, Walter Johnson, Sr., D
Shutdown defender, strong leg.
Nikki Frank, Churchill, Sr., D
Team yielded less than 1 goal per.
Leslie Galfond, Gaithersburg, Jr., G
Relentless, with 10.33 saves per.
Victoria Gersh, B-CC, Soph., F
Tallied 11 goals, 9 assists.
Yvonne Latour, Quince Orchard, Jr., M
Integral in Cougars' transition.
Anna Madden, P. Branch, Soph., M/F
Led team with 10 goals, 8 assists.
Ele Margelos, Quince Orchard, Jr., F
Speedy, led team with 10 goals.
Hannah Meyer, Whitman, Soph., G
Defended net with 6 shutouts.
Sofie Read, Blair, Soph., F
Nose for net, with 18 goals.
Jasmine Sampson, S. Valley, Soph., M
Led squad with 6 goals, 9 assists.
Hillary Goldman, B-CC, Sr., M
Catherine Granville, Stone Ridge, Fr., F
Jamie Kator, Blair, Fr., M
Lane Kurkjian, Quince Orchard, Sr., M
Rachel Lewis, Sherwood, Jr., G
Lexi McCarty, Clarksburg, Soph., M
Cassidy Pickles, Clarksburg, Jr., M
Imani Pierre, Blair, Soph., D
Tina Ramirez de Arellano, Damascus, Sr., M/F
Lindsey Robinson, Holton, Sr., M/F