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Player of the Year

Aaran Parry

Tuscarora

Junior

Before the season, Parry wrote her goals on a chalkboard hanging on the back of her bedroom door: 23 goals and 54 points, both of which would have set single-season program records.

That she fell short speaks to her incredibly high standards, not her production.

Parry had 56 points, but she scored "just" 22 goals to tie the record she set as a freshman. Those numbers moved her into first place all-time in the program for goals (56) tied her atop the assists leaderboard (30) with teammate Emily Marshall.

"More than a highlight from her, I think the key was the continued maturation in her ability to be very consistent in her performance she put on the field," Tuscarora coach Mark Wolcott said of Parry. "That was always the growth we'd been looking for."

In addition to leading Tuscarora, Parry visited the University of Memphis and the University of Maryland, both ranked in the top 10 at the time, during the fall. But with one year left, Parry will have a chance to add to her records.

"She's so dynamic individually, but you're looking for a growth in her both connect to the game and tactically be a little more intelligent along with the technical brilliance," Wolcott said.

Coach of the Year

Heather Kline

Middletown

Guided the Knights to their second straight state title with drastically different roster.

First team

Kelsey Rhoderick

Thomas Johnsonff

Sophomore

Goaltender had six shutouts and knack for making biggest saves on toughest shots.

Destiny Ferguson

Thomas Johnson

Sophomore

Defender led team with 13 assists and scored three goals.

Melanie Flatter

Oakdale

Junior

Defender had four goals and four assists, named to All-State Second Team.

Erin Jeanneret

Thomas Johnson

Senior

Defender scored team-high eight goals from backfield.

Emily Losquadro

Middletown

Senior

Defender earned All-State honorable mention, four assists, helped Middletown shut out 11 opponents.

Kerry Knauss

Thomas Johnson

Senior

Midfielder was All-State second teamer; posted six goals and five assists.

Emily Marshall

Tuscarora

Junior

Midfielder had program-record 15 assists, scored five goals; named to All-State First Team.

Jenny Marshall

Urbana

Junior

Midfielder earned All-State First Team and NSCAA High School Girls All-Region III Team honors.

Mackenzie Noel

Middletown

Junior

Midfielder had four goals and four assists to help Knights repeat as state champions.

Dara Demich

Brunswick

Junior

Forward scored 24 times, including each of team’s goals in playoffs, during run to state-title game.

Second team

Jaclyn Pisarski, Oakdale, Goalkeeper, Soph.

Brittney George, Middletown, Defender, Jr.

Nicolette Kober, Oakdale, Defender, Soph.

Suzanne Kuhrmann, Linganore, Defender, Jr.

Allison Shankle, Tuscarora, Defender, Sr.

Tiffany Burba, Linganore, Midfield, Sr.

Jayne Cunha, Oakdale, Midfield, Jr.

Maggie Boswell, Frederick, Midfield, Jr.

Summerly Merson, South Carroll, Forward, Soph.

Marial Pierce, St. John’s Catholic Prep, Forward, Sr.

Mary Pritts, Middletown, Forward, Soph.

Honorable mention

Ashley Babco, Tuscarora; Brooke Cipolla, Middletown; Jasmine Dao, Tuscarora; Dakotta Dyson, Urbana; Natasja Hirabayashi, Urbana; Rhianna Laten, Linganore Laten; Emily Mansfield, Urbana; Meghan Martin, Linganore; Rebecca Moore, Middletown; Gabby Riggs, Middletown; Sam Small, Walkersville; Liz Ulan, Tuscarora; Kate Vannoy, Linganore; Sabrina Ziegler, Oakdale.