The first team

November 22, 1992

* Eddie Maynard, John Carroll, Sr., goalkeeper: 5 feet 10, 160 pounds . . . had seven shutouts for MSA A Conference regular-season runner-up and tournament semifinalist (11-3-2) . . . honorable-mention All-Metro as a junior.

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* Kirk Chesla, North Harford, Sr., back: 6-2, 190 . . . three-year starter . . . scored a goal and had three assists . . . anchored back line.

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* Rob D'Angelo, Fallston, Sr., back: 5-9, 135 . . . had one goal and four assists . . . two-year starter, but this was his first as sweeper . . . one of team's tri-captains.

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* Chad Kolb, Aberdeen, Sr., back: 5-11, 145 . . . three-year starter . . half of solid defensive pair,

who helped Eagles (7-5-1) win seven of their last nine regular-season starts.

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* Chris Myers, Aberdeen, Sr., back: 5-10, 145 . . . three-year starter . . . other half of team's defensive strength. The Eagles made the regionals for the first time since 1989, losing in the Class 3A, Region II semifinals.

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* Marc Riedlbauer, Fallston, Sr., midfield: 5-10, 180 . . . two-year starter . . . had three goals and five assists as team advanced to the state Class 1A final . . . title game was second for school in

three years.

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* Frank Sweeney, John Carroll, Jr., midfield: 6-0, 175 . . . three-year starter and only non-senior on team

. . . had seven goals and eight assists, while providing excellent leadership.

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* Ryan Strausburg, C. Milton Wright, Sr., midfield: 6-1, 170 . . . saw action as a striker and midfielder . . . Mustangs (8-5) went to Class 3A, Region II semifinals, losing at Dundalk, 3-1.

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* Geoff Pickett, John Carroll, Sr., forward: 5-10, 155 . . . three-year starter . . . had nine goals and seven assists.

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* Adam Wimer, North Harford, Sr., forward: 5-9, 150 . . . three-year starter . . . second-leading goal-scorer in county with 17 (10 assists) . . . Hawks scored at least three goals in seven of their eight wins.

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