The first team 1992 ALL-BALTIMORE COUNTY/CITY FIELD HOCKEY TEAM Three from Roland Park, two from Loch Raven are named

November 18, 1992|By Katherine Dunn

* Heather Bohanan, Friends, senior -- Offensive spark for AIS A Division runner-up . . . had eight goals, three assists as right link . . . set up teammates with long, hard shots off goalie pads . . . excellent ball control . . . honorable-mention All-Metro last year . . . four-year varsity player . . . three-time AIS All-Star.

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* Peggy Boutilier, Roland Park, junior -- Scored 11 goals, four assists for unbeaten AIS A Division champ . . . complete all-around midfielder with no visible weaknesses . . . outstanding game sense . . . rarely fouls . . . incredible footwork, stickwork . . . good speed . . . striker on offensive corners . . . two-time AIS All-Star.

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* Andrea Bridges, Patapsco, senior -- Scored 11 goals, five assists for Baltimore County Class 2A-1A runner-up . . . offensive quarterback for Patriots . . . forward who moves ball fast with great finesse . . . good speed . . . four-year varsity starter . . . All-Baltimore County 2A-1A division.

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* Jeanne Lekin, Roland Park, senior -- Anchor of strong defense for AIS A Division champ . . . excellent interceptor . . . patient, composed under pressure . . . reads offense extremely well . . . outstanding defensive instincts . . . had two assists . . . three-time AIS All-Star.

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* Brent McCallister, Roland Park, junior -- Scored eight goals, two assists for AIS A Division champ . . . very aggressive midfielder . . . great on transition . . . good dodger, driver . . . excellent stickwork, ball control . . . great game sense . . . AIS All-Star in 1991.

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* Sarah Morse, Garrison Forest, senior -- Patient defender for team that lost, 1-0, to Roland Park in A Division semifinal . . . excellent defensive instincts . . . good driver, dodger . . . coached by her mother, Micul Ann Morse . . . two-time AIS All-Star . . . honorable-mention All-Metro last year.

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* Natalie Thingelstad, Dulaney, senior -- Offensive spark for Baltimore County class 4A-3A champ . . . scored eight goals playing midfield in regulation and forward in overtime . . . team co-captain . . . four-year varsity player . . . second-team All-Metro last year . . . two-time first-team All-Baltimore County 4A-3A Division.

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* Cho Toung, Loch Raven, junior -- Keeper allowed just seven goals all season for unbeaten state Class 2A champ . . . consistent player but had best performances in the playoffs with many spectacular saves to preserve four one-goal victories . . . moves well . . . had excellent clears . . . calm under pressure.

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* Carmina Valle, Friends, senior -- Defensive stopper for Quakers . . . excellent specialty marker . . . great defensive instincts . . . held many of her marks scoreless . . . team captain . . . four-year varsity player . . . two-time AIS All-Star . . . All-Metro first team last year.

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* Lauren Volk, Loch Raven, junior -- High-scoring forward for Class 2A champ . . . scored game-winner in overtime in state title game . . . metro area's leading scorer, with 26 goals, five assists . . . scored seven of Raiders' 11 playoff goals . . . fast, effective on the break . . . first-team All-Baltimore County 2A-1A Division.

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