Coach of the Year
Mike MathisWalkersville, 10th year
The veteran head coach improved his overall career mark to 180-61 after winning the first 25 games this season. Walkersville beat every Frederick County opponent this year, and earned its third Class 2A West Region title in the past five years.
Player of the Year
Urbana, Sr., FThe 6-foot Tolley was counted upon to provide a little bit of everything for the Hawks, who wound up as Class 3A West Region runner-ups to Paint Branch of Montgomery County. After missing the first six games due to injury, the Loyola College-bound standout paced her team to a 17-2 record after a 1-5 start. She averaged 18.4 points and 8.9 rebounds per game.
Alissa BourneGlenelg, Sr., G
Led her team in scoring with 13 points per contest while averaging nearly three assists and three rebounds. Will play soccer at Maryland.
Adrienne DonelsonThomas Johnson, Sr., C
An improved offensive player at over 11 ppg, Donelson also grabbed over seven rebounds per game and with her height (6-1) changed plenty of shots.
Holly HavensteinLinganore, Jr., C
A physical inside prescence at 6-2, Havenstein was a key element for the Lancers, averaging 11 ppg and eight rpg.
Sami KozlowskiLinganore, Sr., G
The Longwood College-bound guard paced Linganore in scoring with over 14 per game while also dishing out over five assists an outing.
Colleen McCarrickMiddletown, Jr., F
The 5-9 guard led her team in scoring with over 13 ppg in addition to handing out almost three assist per contest.
Samantha SchanuelWalkersville, Sr., F
At 6-4, Schanuel was an intimidating force under the basket, averaging 12 ppg and 10 rpg for the Lions, helping them to reach the Class 2A state finals. She has already signed a scholarship with Division-I Monmouth University in New Jersey.
Megan SeemanLinganore, Sr., G
Crafty backcourt player, the four-year varsity player pumped in nearly 13 points per contest along with three apg for the Lancers.
April SparkmanWalkersville, Sr., G/F
The 5-10 Sparkman led the MVALís Piedmont Conference with 18 points per game to go with over three apg for the West Region champs.
Kem WilsonThomas Johnson, Sr., F
A tremendously gifted athlete, the 5-10 Wilson— who averaged 12 ppg and over seven rpg this winter—will play in the Atlantic Coast Conference next season as a member of the Wake Forest University squad.
Rachel BenedictMSD, Sr., G
Galludet University-bound player averaged 13 points and 10 boards for the Orioles.
Kelsey FranklinSouth Carroll, Sr., G
Paced an improved Cavsí squad with over 11 points per game.
Cecelia HowardSt Johnís-CP, Sr., G
Led the Vikings with over 18 ppg this season.
Josie HildebrandWalkersville, Jr., G
Posted averages of 11 points and three assists per game for the Lions.
Hannah McBeeUrbana, Sr., G
Scrappy backcourt standout averaged 12 ppg and four apg for the Hawks.
Ashley MetalCatoctin, Sr., F
Gritty forward registered averages of 11 ppg and nine rpg for the Cougars.
Kelsey HouseMiddletown, Jr., G
Solid guard tallied averaged of 10 points and 3.4 apg for the Knights.
Stephanie NaraThomas Johnson, Sr., G
Provided steady scoring for the Patriots at over 11 ppg.
Katie SchwarzmannCentury, Sr., G
Carroll Countyís Player of the Year averaged 10 ppg and six apg.
Alyssa GeislerGlenelg, Sr., F
Averaged 10 over ppg for Gladiators.
Brittany Barnes, Tuscarora, Sr., F
Jen Bonifant, Linganore, Jr., F
Katie Biggs, Glenelg, Jr., F
Erin Brennan, Tuscarora, Sr., C
Ann-Mari Famoso, St. Johnís-CP, Sr., G
Jen Maggi, Walkersville, Sr., F
Carrie Matthews, Catoctin, Sr.,G
Rachel McCallum, Brunswick, Sr., F
Stephanie McLallen, Century, Soph. F
Alex Mercer, Liberty, Sr., C
Jen Moxley, Urbana, Sr. G
Julie Niblock, Century, Jr., C
Rachel OíBrien, Thomas Johnson, Sr., G
Maureen Onda, Century, Sr., F
Alyssa Oursler,Middletown, Soph. G
Nicole Ruane, Century, Soph., G
Cindi Scurci, South Carroll, Soph., G
Sam Scurci, South Carroll, Sr., F
Megan Smitheyman, Brunswick, Sr., G
Sabrina Sparkman, Walkersville, Jr., G
Ellie Vandergrift, Middletown, Sr., G
James Wish, Blake, Sr., G