All-county Volleyball & Field Hockey

Field Hockey

December 17, 2004|By Rick Belz

HOWARD

Player of the Year

Amanda Yanulevich, Glenelg

With 10 goals and 10 assists this season, she upped her school scoring records to six, including most goals in a career (39) and most career points (97). She also holds records for most assists in a season (10), most goals in season (20, last year), most points in a season (47) and is tied for career assists (19).

This year, under a new system, the county's leading scorer in 2003 gave up her primary goal-scoring role to become a feeder in transition.

Coach of the Year

Jeannette Ireland, Mount Hebron

After an 8-6-1 record in 2003, the Vikings (13-3 overal, 9-1 league) soared to an unexpected county title over returning champ Glenelg, the only county team to beat Mount Hebron.

The Vikings have won two county titles in the past three years. Ireland, who played two years at Towson and two at Goucher, completed her 15th season and won her fourth county title at Mount Hebron.

First team

Name School Cl P

Terri Coover Glenelg Sr. F

Kelly Filipowicz Long Reach Jr. F

Emily Karrer Mount Hebron Sr. F

Amanda Yanulevich Glenelg Sr. F

Carly Barron Glenelg Sr. M

Jenn Cochran Glenelg Sr. M

Ashley Francis Mount Hebron Sr. M

Katy Narron Glenelg Sr. M

Robyn Jackson Mount Hebron Sr. D

Amanda Langley Long Reach Sr. D

Bailey Sheridan Centennial Sr. D

Gabriella Schrier Wilde Lake Sr. G

Second team

Name School Cl P

Sarah Cates Mount Hebron Jr. F

Kristin Mele River Hill Sr. F

Chelsea Parks Centennial Sr. F

Christine Tamburello Mount Hebron Sr. F

Molly Brickel Centennial Sr. M

Danielle Marcus River Hill Sr. M

Carlie Nethken Long Reach Jr. M

Erica Gardes Hammond Sr. D

Monica Machado Reservoir Sr. D

Cat Thoreson Centennial Sr. D

Kristina Schweizer Mount Hebron Sr. G

Caitlin O'Neill Glenelg Jr. G

Note: Teams selected by Rick Belz after consultation with The Sun staff and area coaches.

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