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Player of the Year

John KempGeorgetown Prep, Sr., Goalkeeper

Follows brother Joey to Notre Dame, as one of nation's best. Stopped 13 shots in IAC final defeat of rival Landon.

Coach of the Year

Kevin GiblinGeorgetown Prep, 22nd year

Iron will inspired Little Hoyas to 11-3 victory in IAC tournament, erasing memories of overtime regular season loss.

First team

-Matt Canter, Wootton, Sr., D

Gettysburg (Pa.) commit, three-year starter used long frame to engulf attackmen all season for Class 4A/3A West Region champions.

-Brian Casey, Georgetown Prep, Sr., A

Repeat first-teamer once again playmaker from behind net for IAC tournament champs, also flashed goal-scoring touch.

-Daniel Cohen, Walter Johnson, Sr., A

Quite simply "the man" for Wildcats, notching 31 goals, awesome 45 assists thanks to vision, shots with either hand, robust build.

-Bennett Cord, Gaithersburg, Sr., A

Three-time first-teamer, Washington College commit led county in scoring twice, again notched over 50 goals.

-Pat Cotter, Georgetown Prep, Sr., M

Simply one of best midfielders in country, scored twice in Prep's championship game victory. Will attend Notre Dame.

-Nick Gorman, Good Counsel, Soph., D

One of Washington Catholic Athletic Conference's top defenders helped Falcons win eight of nine regular season league games.

-Kyle Johnson, Sherwood, Sr., A

Mary Washington (Va.) will inherit one of county's leading goal-scorers (44), who helped lead Warriors to 4A/3A West runner-up finish.

-Mark Jutkowitz, Wootton, Sr., LSM

Top public school recruit in county history has unparalleled stick skills, passing ability for long pole. Maryland commit had 31 assists.

-Matt Morrison, Landon, Sr., M

Navy-bound dynamo made up for small stature with toughness, terrific shot for IAC regular season champs.

-Josh Offit, Landon, Sr., M

Two-time first-teamer faced off, cleared, passed, scored whenever Bears needed it. Will attend Duke.

-Chris Pappalardo, B-CC, Sr., M

Godsend for Barons since transferring from New Jersey before junior year; Kenyon College (Ohio) commit notched 26 goals, 17 assists.

-Eric Simon, Quince Orchard, Soph., A

Terrific left-handed shooter led Cougars in scoring for second year in a row, tallying 53 goals, 28 assists.

-Andy Will, Bullis, Sr., A

Mr. Everything for Bulldogs on offensive end; Duke-bound sharpshooter led team with 37 goals, 18 assists.

-Jeff Zifrony, Wootton, Jr., A

41 goals, 17 assists don't even cover impact ultra-quick playmaker had on four-time repeat region champions.

Second team

Michael Begley, Sherwood, Soph., M

Ross Bender, Bullis, Sr., A

Kyle Borsody, Seneca Valley, Sr., A

Mike Cresham, Wootton, Sr., M

Griffin Farha, Churchill, Sr., G

Pat Glading, Georgetown Prep, Sr., M

Billy Gribbin, Georgetown Prep, Sr., A

Dylan Haas, Poolesville, Sr., A

Pat Fletcher, Good Counsel, Sr., LSM

Kevin Laskin, Sherwood, Jr., A

Shawn Logan, Paint Branch, Sr., A

Tyler Nechanicky, Good Counsel, Sr., A

Joe Paoletta, Landon, Jr., M

Jon Silburman, Walter Johnson, Sr., G

Pat Slawta, Whitman, Sr., A

Honorable mention

Max Barnes, Richard Montgomery, Jr., A

Chris Doran, Wootton, Soph., A

Charlie Hartley, Walter Johnson, Sr., D

Andy Holmes, Blair, Sr., D

Ross Koehn, Whitman, Jr., A

Cody Lister, Damascus, Sr., A

Stephen Moschella, Quince Orchard, Sr., G

Mac Raum, Clarksburg, Fr., A

Matt Risk, Churchill, Jr., A

John Tschiderer, B-CC, Sr., A