Girls soccer: First team

December 09, 2010

Taylor Cummings

McDonogh, forward, junior

• Two-year varsity player brought dominating strength, speed, athleticism up front

• Scored 18 goals, added 10assists for No. 1 Eagles

• Provided game-winning goal in overtime to defeat Bishop O'Connell in McDonogh Invitational championship game

• Regarded as one of top lacrosse players nationally in her class, she has committed to Maryland

Amanda Jackson

Reservoir, forward, sophomore

• 3A state champion Gators' best playmaker

• Had team-high 13 goals, nine assists

• Dominated state semifinal game against defending champion Tuscarora, scoring game's only goal in first half, then marking out opponent's top scorer in second

• Scored four goals, two assists in Gators' five playoff wins

Marisa Kresge

Severna Park, forward, senior

• Captain had 18 goals, 10assists for Anne Arundel County, District V champion Falcons

• Brought game-changing skills with fine pace, creativity, technical ability

• Finished career with 36goals, 30 assists

• Will play at Maryland on scholarship

Maggie Morrison

Archbishop Spalding, forward, senior

• Repeat All-Metro selection finished with 21goals, seven assists this season

• Scored seven game-winning goals this season, including one in final seconds against John Carroll that sent Cavaliers to IAAM A championship game

• Ranks third in scoring with 36 goals, 23 assists

• Also standout point guard; set to play basketball at Vanderbilt

Alexis Prior-Brown

Mercy, forward, junior

• Overcame constant double-teams

• Captain finished season with 21goals, 10 assists to lead No. 4 Magic to IAAM AConference semifinals

• Enjoyed two-goal games twice in wins against Notre Dame Prep

• Has 38 goals, 22 assists heading into senior year

Katlyn Axenfeld

Reservoir, midfielder, senior

• Two-time first-team All-Metro selection anchored middle in leading No. 3 Gators (15-3-1) to first 3A state title

• Strong two-way captain scored six goals, added four assists

• Scored state championship game's only goal in Gators' 1-0 win over Huntingtown

• Four-year starter set to play at Towson next fall

Riley Barger

Bryn Mawr, midfielder, junior

• Led No. 12 Mawrtians (17-1-1) to second straight IAAM BConference title

• Second-team All-Metro last year scored 12 goals, added 20 assists this season

• Scored game-winning goal in Mawrtians' come-from-behind 2-1 win over Roland Park in championship game

• Has made verbal commitment to play at Maryland

Alex Price

Marriotts Ridge, midfielder, senior

• Captain, four-year starter led Mustangs to first Howard County championship

• Solidified middle with strong two-way play that included eight goals, six assists

• Scored game-winning goal in overtime to defeat state champion Reservoir

• Still weighing college options; finished career with 18 goals, 16 assists

Liz Ebeling

Glenelg, defender, senior

• Captain led No. 5 Gladiators (13-3-2) to 2A state title game

• Helped Gladiators to 13shutouts, nine goals against all season

• Three-year starter who was part of three state tournaments, including 2008 title team

• Still weighing college options with Wisconsin under strong consideration

Morgan Fraczkowski

John Carroll, defender, senior

• Captain logged team-high 1,490 minutes for defense that yielded nine goals in going 13-3-3

• As only starter back from 2009 defense, helped Patriots to nine shutouts

• Strong, fast, technically sound

• Had three goals, four assists

Lexi Goldstein

McDonogh, defender, senior

• Captain was excellent one-on-one outside defender

• Finished with seven goals, eight assists

• Scored second goal in McDonogh's 3-2 win over Mercy in IAAM A Conference semifinals

• Also played in midfield

Jocelyn McCoy

Archbishop Spalding, goalkeeper, senior

Second-team pick last season makes jump to first team after going 14-3-3 with 11 shutouts for No. 2 Cavaliers

• Finished with 72 saves while allowing 10 goals for 0.57 goals-against average

• In three years as starter, including two that produced IAAM "A" championships, finished with 53-4-7 mark with 41 shutouts

• Set to play at Monmouth on full soccer scholarship

Erin Quinn

South Carroll, goalkeeper, senior

• Four-year starter, captain did not allow a goal in leading Cavaliers to unbeaten regular season (10-0-2), Carroll County championship

• Dominated penalty area with smart positioning

• Finished season with 98saves, two goals allowed in 13 games

• Has made commitment to play at Towson next fall

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