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Player of the Year

Shonte Moten

Charles H. Flowers

Senior, midfielder

Naval Academy signee was focal point of Jaguars offense with 32 goals and seven assists, led Flowers to first Class 4A South Region final in at least a decade.

Coach of the Year

Aaron Hankey, Bowie

The Bulldogs possess the most talent and depth but Hankey kept his team motivated and consistent this fall and it paid off in Bowie's return to state semifinals after falling to rival Eleanor Roosevelt in last year's region championship.

First team

Karri Albanese

Elizabeth Seton

Senior, defender

Cerebral player was the starting point of many of team's scoring players.

Tanisha Caldwell

Gwynn Park

Senior, midfielder/forward

Led the Class 2A West Region's top seed in scoring.

Tashina Caldwell

Gwynn Park

Junior, midfielder

Other half of Yellow Jackets' sister scoring duo is dynamic playmaker.

Sara Cavanaugh

Bishop McNamara

Senior, goalkeeper

Averaged 15 saves per game in extremely competitive Washington Catholic Athletic Conference, earned WCAC first team honors.

Lexi D'Orseneo

Bowie

Senior, midfielder

Tallied 26 goals and 15 assists in leading Bulldogs to region title.

Paige DeLoach

Elizabeth Seton

Junior, forward

Skilled with the ball at her feet, raises the level of those around her; scored 10 goals.

Kianna Hart

Frederick Douglass

Sophomore, forward

Explosive with knack for scoring, scored team-best 21 goals for Prince George's 3A/2A/1A co-champion.

Nicole Hill

Bowie

Senior, forward

Integral part of Bulldogs powerful offense recorded 17 goals and 10 assists.

Crystal Hughes

Eleanor Roosevelt

Senior, forward/defender

Three-year sweeper moved up to fill need for prominent scorer, led team with 20 goals.

Heather Kaercher

Bowie

Senior,defender

Leader of a defense that allowed only 11 goals while shutting out the same number of opponents.

Second team

Simone Ampaah, Forestville Military Academy, senior, midfielder/forward

Ellen Anderson, Bowie, junior, goalkeeper

Erica Belshay, High Point, sophomore, forward

Kayla Culler, Forestville Military Academy, senior midfielder/defender

Tori Diebler, Gwynn Park, senior, midfielder

Caitlin Gordon, Bishop McNamara, senior, forward

Anna Huddelston, Bowie, sophomore, forward

Chloe Jackson, Riverdale Baptist, senior, forward

Brionna Jones, Gwyn Park, senior, defender

Troiah McCorkle, Frederick Douglass, junior, forward

Denver Smith, Frederick Douglass, sophomore, defender

Honorable mention

Jamie Abell, Elizabeth Seton, senior, goalkeeper/midfielder

Bailey Allegro, Bishop McNamara, junior, midfielder

Tonya Burge, Riverdale Baptist, sophomore, forward

Asia Butler, Forestville Military Academy, junior, defender

Nicole Delabrer, Eleanor Roosevelt, junior, midfielder/forward

Tierra Hawkins, Forestville Military Academy, junior, forward

Holly Hughes, Eleanor Roosevelt, sophomore, midfielder/defender

Morgan Pottinger, Bishop McNamara, senior, midfielder

Kamryn Robinson, Charles H. Flowers, freshman, forward

Sophie Toler-Smith, Eleanor Roosevelt, senior, goalkeeper

Ragime Young, Charles H. Flowers, senior, forward