Boys Soccer

Varsity Fall All - Metro

First Team

December 10, 2009

Oumar Ballo

Archbishop Curley, defender, senior

* A three-time first-team All-Metro pick

* A four-year starter, Ballo often took the best opposing forwards out of the game

* "He is physically gifted and has a great work rate," Curley coach Barry Stitz said.

* He will attend Loyola

Geaton Caltabiano

Mount St. Joseph, midfielder, senior

* Led the Gaels in points with 16 goals and eight assists

* Had the winning goal in MIAA A Conference quarterfinals against Curley and winning penalty kick in semifinal shootout against Calvert Hall

* Scored both goals in a regular-season victory over McDonogh, then the No. 1 team in the nation

* Has taken official visits to Wake Forest, UMBC and Loyola

Pete Caringi III

Calvert Hall, forward, senior

* Finished the season with 14 goals, six assists in 16 games

* Scored the lone goal in the Cardinals' upset of then-No. 1 McDonogh and added a goal and an assist in a 3-1 victory over No. 14 Gilman in the same week

* Had two goals in the MIAA A Conference semifinals against No. 1 Mount St. Joseph

* Considering UMBC, North Carolina State and Providence

Marquez Fernandez

McDonogh, defender, senior

* A four-year starter who has been to four consecutive MIAA A Conference finals, winning two

* Scored 11 goals while anchoring an Eagles defense that recorded 18 shutouts

* Member of U.S. Under-17 national team

* Will attend Maryland after receiving scholarship offers from Virginia, Wake Forest, Duke and North Carolina

Joe Glos

Perry Hall, forward, junior

* Led the Gators with 13 goals and 10 assists

* Instrumental in leading Perry Hall to the Baltimore County championship

* Had two goals and an assist in Perry Hall's 5-2 upset over Calvert Hall in October

* Has several Division I colleges expressing interest, including Towson and UMBC

Mike Kane

South River, midfielder, senior

* Led the Seahawks with 11 goals and eight assists

* Finished his career with 28 goals and 18 assists

* "He is a high-character kid who helped others succeed on and of the field," South River coach Jeff Vincent said.

* Considering Loyola, UMBC, Towson, Longwood and McDaniel

Mamadou Kansaye

McDonogh, forward, senior

* Scored eight goals and had 16 assists; was at times the most dominant player on the field

* Two-year captain who led team to a 41-3-1 record over that stretch

* Member of U.S. Under-17 national team

* Will play at Maryland

Seth Moses

Loch Raven, forward-defender, junior

* Guided the Raiders to the Class 1A state championship

* Led Loch Raven with 10 goals and seven assists

* Would often move to sweeper once the Raiders took the lead

* "Moses carried this team to a state championship," Raiders coach Joe Fiedler said.

Tim Peitsch

Loyola, goalie, senior

* Led Loyola to MIAA A Conference semifinals and is a two-time first-team All-State selection

* Four-year varsity starter

* Two-time United States Youth Soccer Association national champion, where he was named the top goalkeeper in both tournaments

* Orally committed to San Diego State

Jalen Robinson

Mount St. Joseph, defender, sophomore

* Helped control defense of top-ranked Gaels

* Scored tying goal against Calvert Hall in MIAA A Conference semifinal with 15 seconds left

* Served as captain of U.S. Under-15 national team in spring

* Being scouted by several pro teams in Europe

Guy Skord

Broadneck, midfielder, senior

* Scored five goals while controlling the midfield

* Led Bruins to Class 4A East regional championship

* Four-year varsity player who owns school record for games played with 66

* Considering U.S. Naval Academy and several other Division I schools

Patrick Sullivan

Marriotts Ridge, midfielder, junior

* Finished with eight goals and seven assists

* Helped Mustangs win Class 2A state championship

* Was named Howard County Player of the Year by the coaches

* Instrumental in helping Mustangs build their attack

Jon Talbot

River Hill, defender, senior

* Switched from forward to defender

* Helped the Hawks finish with an 11-3-1 record

* Led defense that allowed only five goals in county; also scored two goals

* Will attend Towson in the fall

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