November 23, 1992

* Mike Hoskins, North County, Sr., striker -- Hoskins had nine goals and seven assists, playing the entire year with a heavy brace on his knee. He was chosen to the All-State second team.

* Nick Badalian, Old Mill, Sr., striker -- Badalian had eight goals and four assists and was a major reason the Patriots qualified for the region finals.

* Justin Dunbar, St. Mary's, Sr., striker -- Dunbar started slowly, scoring one goal in the Saints' first six games. He finished with 17 goals and seven assists and made the Olympic Development Program's state and regional teams.

* Chris Cosentino, North County, Jr., midfield -- One of the unsung heroes in North County's drive to the 4A, Region IV title, Cosentino had six goals and five assists. Known for his thunderous kicks, Cosentino was selected to the All-State first team.

* Josh Good, Broadneck, Jr., midfield -- Named to the All-State second team, Good scored six goals despite playing fullback for half the season. "He's pretty much our best player," said coach Jon Braun, whose team made the region playoffs.

* Chris LeCron, Chesapeake, Sr., midfield -- LeCron scored four goals and assisted on four others. He provided excellent leadership and ball distribution from midfield. LeCron was selected to the All-State second team.

* Mark Casper, Severna Park, Sr., midfield -- A member of the All-State first team, Casper became the first Severna Park player to finish in double figures in goals (11) and assists (12) during a season.

* Aaron Duca, Severna Park, Sr., midfield -- Duca had five goals and five assists and was named to the All-State second team. One of the most versatile athletes in the state, he played everywhere over the course of the season, including in goal.

* David Winegrad, Annapolis, Jr., defense -- Winegrad, a sweeper, had four goals and three assists. "He plays the whole field really well, in the back and the front," said coach Dave Gehrdes. Winegrad was especially dangerous on corner kicks.

* Ryan Voegtlin, Severna Park, Sr., defense -- Voegtlin, a stopper, was an All-State honorable-mention pick. Showing that he wasn't a one-dimensional defensive player, he also contributed three goals and two assists.

* Ruben Torres, Old Mill, Jr., defense -- Playing at fullback, Torres led an Old Mill defense that posted seven shutouts, including six in a row. "He drew all of our tough assignments on defense," said coach Don Hobbs.

* Yancey Quigley, Broadneck, Jr., defense -- Quigley, a sweeper, made the All-State honorable-mention team. He led a squad known for its tenacious defense.

* Scott Mulkey, Chesapeake, Sr., goalkeeper -- Mulkey was the first-team goalie on the coaches' All-County squad. He allowed 13 goals and had 105 saves in 12 games. "Technically, he's very sound," said coach Earl Eckhardt. "He worked real hard on that aspect of his game. He's very determined. He came on real strong at the end of the year."

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