Player of the Year
Poolesville, Senior, Forward
Old Dominion University-bound powerhouse guided Falcons (14-2) to Class 1A state final by producing county-best 26 goals, nine assists.
Co-Coaches of the Year
Kelly Stodter and Kristin Ramsey
Good Counsel, Third year
Pair led Falcons (14-4) to team’s third WCAC title in last four years. Also upended county public-school powerhouses Quince Orchard and Magruder.
Monica Baick, Quince Orchard, Sr. F⁄M
Smooth ball-handler, playmaker led Cougars (14-4) back to Class 4A state final with 12 goals, six assists.
April Cahill, Bethesda-Chevy Chase, Sr. M
Division I college prospect, adept ball-handler supplied Class 3A state finalist Barons (15-4) with 13 goals, six assists.
Annie Cohen, Bethesda-Chevy Chase, Jr. F
Explosive scorer paced high-octane B-CC offense (84 goals in 19 games) with 17 goals, seven assists.
Shannon Connolly, Springbrook, Sr. M
Guided young squad to 10 wins through scoring (11 goals), playmaking (8 assists), defensive stops on corners.
Elana Diestel, Magruder, Jr., D
Key defender for Colonels (12-4) broke up 14 penalty corners with standout speed, skills.
Megan Foy, Poolesville, Jr. G
Stingy stopper produced 10 shutouts, allowed just three goals in four postseason matches.
Lucy Hayes, Holton-Arms, Sr., M
One of county’s most skilled players and ‘‘quarterback” of Panthers logged nearly every minute of every match.
Maya Herm, Whitman, Jr., F⁄M
Ability to find cage (14 goals) or set up others (seven assists) helped lead Vikings back to 4A South Region final.
Katie Kauffman, Sherwood, Sr., F
Sparked Warriors (8-5) to one of best seasons in many years, producing 12 goals, 11 assists.
Shannon Lechner, Good Counsel, Soph. F
Scored two goals in WCAC championship-game win, led explosive Falcons (14-4) with 18 goals, nine assists.
Kelly Merkl, Bethesda-Chevy Chase, Sr. F
Provided Barons with yet another dangerous offensive threat with 11 goals and county-best 14 assists.
Catherine Mirsky, Bethesda-Chevy Chase, Jr. D
Spearheaded B-CC defense that produced 10 shutouts while also adding eight goals, five assists.
Helena Nannes, Whitman, Sr. M
Highly skilled midfielder helped Vikings punch in 61 goals, scoring eight while assisting on five others.
Alicia Vincenty, Quince Orchard, Sr., D
Towson-bound prospect anchored defense that allowed just two goals in four postseason matches, none in regional playoffs.
Michele Abbaticchio (Poolesville, Sr., M); Rachel Baron (Wootton, Jr., M); Christina Benedetti (Holy Cross, Sr., F); Erin Borg (Northwest, Sr., F); Tabby Eisig (Magruder, Sr., F); Kim Goh (Stone Ridge, Jr., M); Emily Kleinburd (Walter Johnson, Jr., M); Mary Kuzma (Good Counsel, Sr., F⁄M); Alissa Peterson (Quince Orchard, Jr., F⁄M); Rachel Segal (Whitman, Sr., F)