All - County Girls Lacrosse - Carroll

June 10, 2005|By Rich Scherr

Player of the Year

Amber Falcone, Winters Mill

She led the Falcons in scoring (55 goals, 21 assists), draw controls, ground balls and several defensive categories. Falcone's efforts earned her one of 12 spots on the prestigious Regional High School All-Tewaaraton Team.

The senior was recruited and signed by the University of North Carolina as a midfielder, and also was heavily recruited as an attacker.

Coach of the Year

Rose Pentz, Century

After graduating a pair of first-team U.S. Lacrosse All-American midfielders in Kelly Kasper (Maryland) and Lauren Schwarzmann (Johns Hopkins), Pentz's team was given little chance of repeating its string of successes.

Relying mainly on last year's supporting cast, however, Century won 15 straight to advance to the Class 2A-1A state final. Pentz is 49-4 in her three years as coach.

First team

Name School Cl Pos

Brittany Baer Westminster Jr. A

Kristy Bosley Winters Mill Jr. A

Jess Chmielewski South Carroll Sr. A

Brianna Stiff North Carroll Jr. A

Amber Falcone Winters Mill Sr. M

Rachel Hawes Century Sr. M

Lindsay Love Winters Mill Sr. M

Megan McGuire Century Sr. M

Jenny Steadman Century So. M

Brittany Woodfield South Carroll Sr. M

Alicia Burkhart Century Sr. D

Katie Hersch Winters Mill So. D

Jess Kaminkow Century Sr. D

Becca Markle North Carroll Jr. G

Second team

Name School Cl Pos

Bethany Alford North Carroll Jr. A

Kelly Davis Liberty Jr. A

Kelsey DiSimone Liberty So. A

Brittney Zerhusen Century Jr. A

Angela Hughes North Carroll Jr. M

Ann Rae Keel Westminster Sr. M

Stephanie Kisic South Carroll Jr. M

Dee Warehime Westminster Sr. M

Libby Benson South Carroll Sr. D

Kelsey Fisher Westminster Sr. D

Molly Gamble Century Sr. D

Maureen Onda Century So. D

Sydney Sykes Winters Mill Jr. D

Ashley Dickinson Liberty Sr. G

Note: Teams selected by Rich Scherr after consultation with The Sun staff and area coaches.

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