Baltimore County

All-county Soccer - Girls

December 17, 2004|By Katherine Dunn

Player of the Year

Britney Thomas, Eastern Tech

Speedy, skilled and driven, the senior dominated the midfield, providing whatever her team needed - defense, transition or scoring. A second-team All-Metro pick last season, Thomas finished with 24 goals and 17 assists as the Mavericks went 18-2.

She helped the Mavericks finish off the season with Baltimore County and regional titles.

Coach of the Year

Conrad Snyder, Sparrows Point

When Snyder took over the Pointers this fall in his first head coaching job, he inherited a young team with only two seniors. The Pointers started 0-3, but Snyder challenged the girls to see their potential - and they reached for it, dethroning defending Class 1A state champ Loch Raven in the regional final.

The Pointers won that game in double overtime and went on to beat Queen Anne's in the semifinal in double overtime, becoming the first Sparrows Point girls team ever to reach a state final in any sport.

First team

Name School Cl P

Jessica Knight Perry Hall Jr. F

Beth Koloup Notre Dame Prep Sr. F

Katie McKay Eastern Tech Jr. F

Brittany Tegeler McDonogh Sr. F

Kim Dubansky McDonogh Jr. M

Caitlyn McFadden Notre Dame Prep Jr. M

Christine Sadowski Kenwood So. M

Britney Thomas Eastern Tech Sr. M

Kirstyn Atkinson McDonogh So. D

Danielle Nickles Eastern Tech Sr. D

Emma Santucci Notre Dame Prep Jr. D

Julie Kafka McDonogh Sr. G

Second team

Name School Cl P

Cynthia Gamboa Notre Dame Prep So. F

Danielle Nicholson Loch Raven Sr. F

Ashley Singer Kenwood So. F

Julia Bouchelle Notre Dame Prep Fr. M

Holly Burman Dulaney So. M

Emily Franke Towson So. M

Sarah Holcomb Perry Hall Sr. M

Megan McMahon Park So. M

Alex Sher McDonogh Sr. M

Jamie Grandizio Dulaney Sr. D

Maria Maunz Notre Dame Prep Jr. D

Nikki Buser Hereford Sr. G

Note: Teams selected by Katherine Dunn after consultation with The Sun staff and area coaches.

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