All-harford County

June 08, 2008


Player of the Year Allyson Carey John Carroll

When it came to winning possession, no one did it better than Carey. She controlled 74 draws - an average of four per game - to give the Patriots an advantage right from the first whistle. Her dominance in the midfield was a major reason behind the Patriots going 18-0, winning their second straight Interscholastic Athletic Association of Maryland A Conference championship and finishing with the No. 1 ranking.

A two-time All-Metro selection, the senior also played a key role on attack with 52 goals and 37 assists, as well as on defense where she could come up with a caused turnover and spark the Patriots' transition game.

Coach of the Year Krystin Porcella John Carroll

A former Patriots player, Porcella certainly had plenty of talent on her team, but she had to manage how they handled the great expectations placed on a veteran team that was expected to repeat as IAAM A Conference champion.

In addition to mapping strategies to contend with the one tough team after another, including then-No. 1 Mount Hebron and No. 3 McDonogh (twice), Porcella helped the Patriots deal with the mounting pressure as they went unbeaten through the season. They pulled through a couple of one-goal tournament games before beating McDonogh, 11-6, to cap an 18-0 season. The team

Name School CL P

Casey Ancarrow John Carroll Sr. A

Brittany Dashiell John Carroll Jr. A

Julia Heaps North Harford Jr. A

Roxi Raab Fallston Jr. A

Mallory Vogel C.M. Wright Sr. M

Shannon Bone North Harford Sr. M

Allyson Carey John Carroll Sr. M

Grace Gaeng John Carroll Sr. M

Monica Fischer Fallston Jr. M

Liz Johnson C.M. Wright So. M

Maddie Salamone Bel Air Jr. M

Anne Brockmeyer John Carroll Sr. D

Chrissy Jones North Harford Sr. D

Cara Canington C.M.Wright Jr. G

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

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