Three county high school soccer players were named All-Americans at the Maryland Association of Soccer Coaches meeting Sunday night.
Five county players were named to the All-South squad, and 13 made first-team All-State.
Samantha Andersch and Jackie Rieschick of Hammond were the only girls in the state named All-Americans.
Hamisi Amani-Dove was namedone of two state All-Americans along with Mark Jonas of Bowie High School in Prince George's County.
Andersch is a striker and Rieschick a sweeper for the Bears' Class 1A/2A Region I championship team.
Amani-Dove is a striker for Wilde Lake's Class 1A/2A Region II champions.
The All-South selections included Amani-Dove and Josh Baer,a striker for Centennial. Among the girls, All-South choices were Rieschick, Andersch and Vicki Brunt, a striker for Centennial.
Six boys and seven girls from the county were selected to the first teams.Three girls and two boys made the second teams. And two girls and three boys were selected to honorable mention.
Atholton, Centennial and Wilde Lake each had two first-team boys selections. The Raiders had striker Tony Dedmond and midfielder David Kelley. The Eagles had Baer and midfielder Tod Downen. And the Wildecats had Amani-Dove and midfielder Matt Nesbitt.
The first-team girls selections included three players from Hammond, two from Centennial and two from Howard.
The Golden Bears selected were Rieschick, Andersch and midfielder Kacy Williams. The Eagles were Brunt and midfielder Natalie Rich. The Lions were goalie Krista Fulton and midfielder Shannon Bagrosky.
The second-team girls were fullback Camille Powell (Howard), striker Danette Lemerise (Oakland Mills) and midfielder Corina Riismandel (Centennial).
The second-team boys were sweeper Cullen Meade (Centennial) and striker Brian Thierrin (Hammond).
The honorable mention boys were fullback Mike Aballo (Wilde Lake), midfielder Jason Yancey (Howard) and goalie Russell Payne (Glenelg).
Honorable mention girlswere midfielder Lauren Choate (Hammond) and midfielder Jenny Walsh (Oakland Mills).