1992 All-Metro girls and boys soccer teams THE GIRLS TEAM

December 01, 1992

Centennial's Natalie Rich was mistakenly identified in Tuesday's editions featuring the girls All-Metro soccer team

* Vicki Brunt, Centennial, Sr., striker -- This repeat first-teamer scored 16 goals with 11 assists, including hat tricks in three games, to lead the Eagles to their second straight 4A-3A state title. Chosen as The Baltimore Sun's Howard County's co-Player of the Year, she was a member of the six-time State Cup champion Columbia Crusaders.

* Stephanie Roberts, Severna Park, Sr., striker -- Chosen Anne Arundel County's Player of the Year by The Baltimore Sun, Roberts (22 goals, six assists) was Severna Parks' leading scorer for the second straight season and led the Falcons to the regional title.

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* Kisha Jett, Hammond, Jr., striker -- A three-event, 2A state champion in track, this speedster led Howard County scorers for the second straight year with 23 goals and four assists. Jett scored in all but three outings, with seven multiple-goal games, three hat tricks and one four-goal effort.

* Mo McDonough, St. Mary's, Sr., striker -- Despite facing constant double- and triple-teaming, McDonough (13 goals, eight assists) led Catholic League tournament champion St. Mary's, with nine of her goals either tying the game or giving the Saints a lead. She is the school's all-time leader in goals (68) and assists (31), and was the county's leading vote-getter for All-State team selected by coaches.

* Samantha Andersch, Hammond, Sr., halfback -- Another repeat All-Metro selection and member of the Columbia Crusaders, Andersch (15 goals, six assists) is the most skilled, all-around player in Howard County.

* Alison Schroeder, McDonogh, Jr., midfielder -- A three-time All-Catholic League pick, a first-team All-State pick this season, Schroeder, 17, ended the year with six goals and eight assists. Schroeder is also a member of the Columbia Crusaders and the Olympic Development Team. She played everywhere from sweeper, to stopper to center midfielder on this year's regular-season league champion 18-3-2 Eagles.

* Natalie Rich, Centennial, Sr., halfback -- Strong in the air, Rich -- a repeat first-teamer -- is a physical player feared by opposing coaches. A player on the Columbia Crusaders, Rich had two assists and scored 10 goals, including the game-winners in the 4A-3A state semifinal and final games for the Eagles.

* Tyann Blissett, Oakland Mills, Sr., midfielder -- Noted for her speed, aggressiveness and a powerful shot, Blissett, chosen co-Player of the Year in Howard County, had 13 goals with 10 assists for the 2A-1A state champion Scorpions.

* Mandi Kolste, Oakland Mills, Sr., fullback/halfback -- A co-captain with Blissett, she helped the Scorpions win their last five games by shutouts. Her ability to play well under pressure was a key to Oakland Mills' success.

* Shelley Klaes, Loch Raven, Sr., defender -- The 2A-1A state runner-up Raiders (11-4) struggled during early-season losses to John Carroll and McDonogh, but became contenders behind Klaes' backfield leadership. Klaes anchored the Raiders' defense and helped hold Oakland Mills scoreless until 3:32 remained in overtime of a 1-0 state championship loss.

* Kacy Williams, Hammond, Jr., fullback -- As a sweeper, she led a defense that allowed only 10 goals in 14 games, giving up two goals only once. She also pushed up offensively at times, scoring three goals and getting seven assists.

* Kara Hedges, Westminster, Sr., goalkeeper -- An Olympic Developmental Program state team member for the past two seasons and a member of the Columbia Crusaders, Hedges had a county-record eight shutouts and tied the county record for fewest goals allowed (eight) for the 8-4 Owls this season. Over the past two seasons she has 15 shutouts and has allowed 16 goals.

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