Player of the Year
Jeff ZifronyWootton, Senior, Attack
Stepped up when it mattered, netting four straight hat tricks to lead Patriots' second state final run. Two goals sparked brief comeback in 4A-3A title game.
Coach of the Year
Colin ThomsonWootton, ninth year
What more can be said? Team's 64-game win streak vs. Montgomery County public schools intact after fifth regional title in succession.
Cory DobynsGeorgetown Prep, Jr., A
Absolutely wicked shot. Already verbally committed to Maryland.
Robert FlemingBullis, Sr., A
Providence-bound stud finished with 36 goals, 39 assists.
Nick GormanGood Counsel, Jr., M
Talented repeat first-teamer part of Denver's recruiting class of 2011.
Chris HowerQuince Orchard, Sr., M
Finished with 67 points; led Cougars to within eyelash of first region title.
Will JoyceLandon, Sr., G
Cornell signee was clutch, especially in IAC tournament title win at Prep.
Pat KeenaLandon, Jr., A
Rarest of rare with Bears: starter since his freshman year.
Matt MaloneyGaithersburg, Sr., A
Irreplaceable offensive force. Led all county scorers with 61 goals.
Greg PerrautGeorgetown Prep, Sr., D
Will take talents to Fairfield; one of Hoyas' many strong back-liners.
Mike PironeGeorgetown Prep, Sr., A
Led loaded offense in points; scored four goals in IAC semifinal victory.
Georgetown Prep, Sr., D
One of nation's best named Under Armour All-American.
Matt RiskChurchill, Sr., A
Produced in big moments. Scored 42 goals, including six at Wootton.
Reid ShepardWootton, Sr., D
Anchored shutdown defense with speed, instincts; will play at Colgate.
Pat SlawtaWhitman, Sr., A
Arguably county's most versatile attacker; six assists in playoffs vs. WJ.
Kiel WiegmannLandon, Sr., D
Football instincts paid off in big moments for IAC tourney champs.
-Harrison ArcherLandon, Sr., A
Takes game to Denver.
-Max BarnesRichard Montgomery, Sr., A
Produced 47 goals.
-Drew BorsodySeneca Valley, Jr., A
Facilitated with 58 points.
Wootton, Sr., MGround ball, faceoff stud.
-J.P. BrennanWalter Johnson, Jr., A
Led Wildcats with 34 goals.
-Chris DoranWootton, Jr., A
47 goals, 17 assists.
-Bobby GribbinGeorgetown Prep, Jr., M
Scored, defended, faced off.
-Zach HillsClarksburg, Sr., A
Leader scored 44 goals.
-John KellyBullis, Jr., D
Stopper for IAC surprise.
-Ross KoehnWhitman, Sr., M
-Erick McCoyDamascus, Sr., G
Save percentage over 60 again.
-Joe PaolettaLandon, Sr., M
Quickness, stick skills.
-David PimThe Heights, Jr., A
54 goals led upstart Cavs.
-Eric SimonQuince Orchard, Jr. A
First-team talent; 49 goals.
-Sean WrightGood Counsel, Sr., A
6-foot-7 Providence commit.
Matt Bank, Churchill, Jr. M
Michael Begley, Sherwood, Jr., M
Colin Dabney, Walter Johnson, Jr., A
Pat Glading, Georgetown Prep, Sr., M
Alex Hrycak, Gaithersburg, Jr., G
Zach Klein, Einstein, Soph., G
Ryan McMahon, Bullis, Jr., G
Richard Muha, Richard Montgomery, Sr., M
Stuart Nystrom, Quince Orchard, Jr., LSM
Matt Smith, Georgetown Prep, Sr., M