The 1993 All-metro Girls Lacrosse Team

June 08, 1993

Tierney Clark of Mount Hebron was incorrectly identified in photograph in Tuesday's editions featuring the all-metro girls lacrosse team. The Sun regrets the error.

First team at a glance

* Stephanie Roberts, Severna Park, Sr., midfield -- The Baltimore Sun's All-Metro Player of the Year, Roberts switched from attack wing to defense wing this season without skipping a beat. Her versatility showed as she thrived on defense but took ** advantage of her chances to score while leading the Falcons to )) an unbeaten season. Named a United States Women's Lacrosse Association All-American, Roberts stepped up to pull her team out of its lethargy in the state final. When the Falcons trailed South Carroll three times and were tied 4-4, Roberts almost single-handedly swung the momentum in Severna Park's favor. Scoring two goals and one assist, she was the player who gave the Falcons the lead and made sure they kept it en route to a 14-6 victory. The Baltimore Sun's Anne Arundel County Player of the Year finished the season with 24 goals and eight assists, using her speed and strength to outmaneuver opposing defenders. Defensively, she shut down some of the county's most dangerous scorers, including Annapolis junior Cristi Samaras (49 goals, 38 assists) in a regular-season game between previously unbeaten teams. "She's got it all -- offensive ability and defensive ability," said Severna Park coach Carin Peterson. "She's a true lacrosse player." Roberts will join her sister Gina at Loyola.

FOR THE RECORD - CORRECTION

* Christina Bhanos, Loch Raven, Sr., defense -- A terrific position defender, Bhanos showed deceptive speed and quickness that made it all but impossible for opponents to roll the crease against her. At cover point, however, she also proved to be a solid one-on-one defender who could force a turnover and spark the transition for the state Class 1A-2A runners-up. A versatile athlete, Bhanos is headed to West Virginia to play volleyball.

* Peggy Boutilier, Roland Park, Jr., midfield -- A defensive-oriented center, this AIS All-Star could beat just about anyone to the ground balls, coming up with more than 150 during the season. Her determination on defense was a key to the AIS A Division champion's transition game. With great speed and stickwork, Boutilier also could finish; the All-American contributed 24 goals and eight assists. She was selected to the South I team that finished second in the schoolgirl division of the USWLA's national tournament Memorial Day weekend.

* Tierney Clark, Mount Hebron, Sr., defense -- Clark, an honorable mention All-American who will play field hockey and lacrosse for Hofstra, was the Vikings' quarterback on defense. Her ability to make interceptions, including a team-high four against Unionville, earned her matchup rights with the opposition's top scoring threat. Mount Hebron's Female Athlete

of the Year, Clark had seven goals and four assists.

* Michele DeJuliis, Loch Raven, Sr., attack -- The All-Metro Player of the Year last year, DeJuliis again led the Baltimore County champions in scoring with 101 points -- 76 on goals. An All-American the last two years, DeJuliis was the Baltimore City/County Player of the Year this season. Combining a powerhouse shot with a phenomenal ability to catch and control anything close, she also could play great defense. At the USWLA national tournament, she led the South I team in scoring with 13 goals in four games. DeJuliis is bound for Penn State.

* Lauren Feinstein, Annapolis, Sr., midfield -- An All-America midfielder, Feinstein had 28 goals and 13 assists for Annapolis. Never flashy but amazingly consistent, Feinstein displayed an outstanding field sense. A smart player with solid skills, she could have played anywhere on the field. She will attend Cornell University.

* Kerri Johnson, Perry Hall, Sr., midfield -- A speedy center, Johnson led Baltimore County in scoring with 87 goals and 26 assists. An excellent shooter despite being double- and triple-teamed in every game, the All-American also played strong defense, often setting the transition game in motion. Loyola-bound, she was named the MVP for the Class 3A-4A team at the Baltimore County All-Star Game. She also was chosen for the South I schoolgirl team.

* Andrea Krumholz, Friends, Sr., defense -- At cover point, Krumholz was a tenacious checker, often coming up with the ball on steals and setting the transition game moving. An AIS All-Star, she used her quick feet and a quick stick to put tremendous pressure on the ball. Great at reading the plays, the

Dartmouth-bound Krumholz forced many bad passes. She was the only local defender to receive All-America status and also was selected to the South I schoolgirl team.

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