Player of Year
Ian PatricianUrbana, Junior, Defense
Junior blue-liner paced Urbana with 33 points (14 goals, 19 assists) while helping guide Hawks to first Capital Cup championship game. Scored game-winning goal in Monocacy Valley Conference championship tilt against Walkersville.
Coach of Year
Guided Hawks to best season ever. Urbana finished 17-4, claimed Monocacy Valley Conference title, advanced to Capital Cup title game, finally falling to traditional Maryland Scholastic Hockey League power Churchill.
Matt BloomThomas Johnson, Soph., F
Patriots' biggest scoring threat recorded 12 goals, 13 assists, logged just six penalty minutes.
Bobby CondreyGlenelg, Sr., D
Registered 18 goals, 12 assists, directed power play from blue line with three extra-man goals.
Reed FinchMiddletown, Sr., D
Senior captain, second-team All-State pick paced team with 26 points (13 goals, 13 assists).
Adam GnatowskiUrbana, Jr., D
Teamed with Patrician on area's best defensive pairing, added six goals, 12 assists.
Pierce McCaullLinganore, Jr., F
Two-time all-conference first-teamer led Lancers with 32 points, four short-handed goals.
Walkersville, Soph., F
Led Lions to conference championship game with 15 goals, seven assists.
Eric SweetmanGlenelg, Jr., D
Strong offensive threat from blue line with 22 points (18 goals, four assists).
Adam TaylorLinganore, Sr., F
Netted 20 goals to go along with 11 helpers for conference runners-up.
Walkersville, Sr., G
First team All-State selection posted 2.17 goals-against average with two shutouts.
Zachary Pard Oakdale, Soph., F
Brandon Rogers Urbana, Sr., F
James Thayer Urbana, Sr., D
Tyler Hough Glenelg, Jr., G
Philip Nichols Glenelg, Jr., D
Stephen Thomas Linganore, Sr., F
Nathan Hefner Urbana, Soph., D
Woody Dismukes Urbana, Sr., F
Johnny Lyons Glenelg, Fr., F
Casey Donegan Walkersville, Jr., F