The first team


November 24, 1992

* Amie Stone, Perry Hall, Sr., striker -- A second-team All-Metro selection last year, Stone (17 goals, 10 assists) led the Gators to a 9-3-1 record and their seventh straight playoff appearance, but she missed the playoffs with back injuries.

* Stacey Leidner, Kenwood, Jr., striker -- Leidner holds school records for single-season goals (29 this year) and career goals (71). She led the Bluebirds (9-4-1) to a Region I runner-up finish.

* Laurie Schwoy, McDonogh, Fr., striker -- Schwoy (28 goals, 14 assists) exploded during her first season in the area's toughest conference (four of the six Catholic League teams were ranked), getting game-winning goals against Catholic League finalist John Carroll, two victories over league champion St. Mary's and 2A state playoff teams Loch Raven, Fallston, Liberty and Towson.

* Megan Truxel, Dulaney, Sr., center midfielder -- A stabilizing force as well as a playmaker in the Lions' midfield transition, Truxel (four goals, 22 assists) was one of several players returning from last year's 4A-3A runner-up. She was picked to the coaches' All-County team.

* Alison Schroeder, McDonogh, Jr., center midfielder -- A two-time All-Catholic League pick and an honorable-mention All-Metro pick last season, Schroeder ended the year with six goals and eight assists. She played everywhere from sweeper, to stopper to center midfielder on this year's 18-3-2 Eagles.

* Christina Coroneos, McDonogh, Jr., midfielder -- When Schroeder moved to the back, Coroneos, an honorable-mention All-Metro pick last season, remained a steady playmaker for the Eagles in transition, finishing the season with six goals and seven assists. She was also a key defensive player and a leader on the team.

* Robyn Harry, Loch Raven, Soph., midfielder -- Coach Lou Menegatti ranks Harry as his best player. She had eight goals and seven assists, including the game-winning goal in the 1-0 2A-1A state semifinal victory over Mount Hebron.

* Shannon Davis, Mercy, Sr., sweeper -- A second-team All-Metro pick last year, Davis' defensive skills earned her first-team All-Catholic League honors.

* Shelley Klaes, Loch Raven, Sr., sweeper -- A unanimous first-team choice of county coaches, Klaes played a vital role in shutouts in the 2A regionals over North Harford, 4-0, and Mount Hebron, 1-0.

* Brett Zimmerman, Dulaney, Sr., sweeper -- Zimmerman, who brought experience from last year's Class 4A-3A state runner-up squad, was brilliant at thwarting an attack and redirecting the ball.

* Nicole Smith, Dulaney, Soph., stopper -- Smith, voted to the coaches' All-County team ahead of Zimmerman, was Zimmerman's perfect foil: a speedy player with an ability to keep an eye on some of the area's best scorers.

* Sara Weaver, Towson, Jr., goalkeeper -- "Simply the best goalie faced all season, said McDonogh co-coach Ted Scocos of Weaver (185 saves, six shutouts), who had an 0.85 goals-against average for Towson (8-4-2).

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