2006 Montgomery All-Gazette Girls Soccer

Friday, Dec. 15, 2006

Player of the Year

Megan Novak

Good Counsel, Sr., F

Stepped into major role after Falcons lost leading scorer from last three years, using quick feet, agility and tenacity to score 19 goals, dish out 11 assists.

coach of the Year

Peg Keiller

Quince Orchard, 8th year

In what was supposed to be rebuilding year, led Cougars to 15-3-0 record and first state tournament since 2002. Team set single-season records for wins and goals (51).

nDaria Borowski Clarksburg Soph. Defense

Anchored defense, dominating back for counterpunching, fledgling squad.

nSarah Chapman Good Counsel Jr Midfield

Physicality, vision helped control midfield. Had eight goals, nine assists.

nMeghan Cahill Whitman Sr. Defense

Speedster used anticipation, tenacity to be everywhere in Vikings’ back line.

nHannah Cooper B-CC Soph. Forward

Impeccable footwork, speed, ball skills produced 18 goals, state final berth.

nKatie Duncan Wootton Sr. Defense

Led stingy defensive unit (six goals in county) to division title, regional final.

nKira Maker Wootton Sr. Goalkeeper

Fearless and agile, used 5-foot-10 frame to post 0.31 goals-against average.

nJulia McCarty Sherwood Sr. Midfield

Vocal leader was sparkplug of offense, tallying nine goals, seven assists.

nCaroline Miller Walter Johnson Soph. Forward

Just as quick with ball as without, set program’s scoring record with 25 goals.

nEmilia Odenkirchen Quince Orchard Sr. Midfield

Played mostly defensive role but also pushed up well, contributing 10 assists.

nChelsea Prentice Quince Orchard Sr. Defense

Used strength, speed to coordinate wall-like defense in record-setting season.

nSara Rager Paint Branch Sr. Forward

Speed, technique penetrate even strongest defenses; had 18 goals, 7 assists.

nCharlotte Rizzi Whitman Sr. Midfield

Physicality and skill helped Vikings control middle of field.

nCatherine Swanson Holton-Arms Jr. Forward

Had 22 goals, nine assists, leading team to regular-season title, tourney final.

nCarissa Youker Churchill Sr. Forward

Handy with ball, led Bulldogs in scoring with 12 goals, 13 assists.

SEcond Team

nLaura Berbert

Seneca Valley, Sr., F

nJulie Bowers

Covenant Life, Jr., F

nKim Byrnes

Good Counsel, Jr., M

nJenna Cheek

Quince Orchard, Sr., G

nJen Daly

Good Counsel, Jr., D

nCasey Ellerman

Holton-Arms, Jr., M

nCarly Epstein

Wootton, Sr., M

nKatie Martin

Poolesville, Sr., D

nLeslie Morrison

Whitman, Jr., F

nCarina Osborn

Washington Christian, Sr., F

nTatiana Regino

Einstein, Sr., F

nMeghan Rose

Poolesville, Sr., F

nLilian Trujillo

Wheaton, Sr., F

nMel Turner

Rockville, Sr., M

nMoriah Van Vlerah

Northwest, Jr., G

Honorable mention

Becca Becker (St. Andrew’s, Sr., F)

Grace Din (Holy Cross, Jr., M)

Elizabeth Gray (Northwest, Soph., F)

Cory Hawkins (Einstein, Sr., G)

Kayleigh Herrick-Reynolds(B-CC, Sr., G)

Jill King (Stone Ridge, Sr., D)

Terryn Marette (B-CC, Jr., F⁄D)

Ele Margelos (Quince Orchard, Fr., F)

Kirsten Schuster (Poolesville, Sr., F)

Becky Stevens (Whitman, Jr., M)