2021 Fall All-Met: Girls' soccer first team, second team, honorable mention – The Washington Post

Players of the year | Football (offense) | Football (defense) | Boys’ soccer | Volleyball | Field hockey | Boys’ cross-country | Girls’ cross-country
The following student-athletes have been selected to The Washington Post’s 2021 All-Met team for girls’ soccer:
Delaney DeMartino, F, Sr., Whitman
Captaining an attacking line some local coaches said was the best they’ve ever seen, DeMartino notched 22 goals and 24 assists to power the Vikings to their first Maryland 4A championship since 2014. After the Montgomery County program’s 22-month hiatus during the coronavirus pandemic, the Vikings peaked at the perfect time this fall behind the Loyola University Maryland commit. They finished on an 11-game winning streak while outscoring opponents 57-3, including a 2-1 win over Broadneck in the title game.
Bre’Elle Dean, D, Sr., Huntingtown
By captaining nine shutouts, Dean paced the Hurricanes to the Maryland 3A semifinals.
Isabella “Bubbles” Dever, MF, Sr., Leonardtown
The College of Charleston commit recorded 15 goals and six assists for the Southern Maryland Athletic Conference champion.
Trinity Dorsey, MF, Sr., Good Counsel
The Arizona signee had 10 goals and eight assists for the Falcons, who didn’t lose until the Washington Catholic Athletic Conference championship game.
Caroline Duffy, GK, Sr., River Hill
The Duke commit allowed eight goals in 17 games for the Maryland 3A runner-up.
Kaeden Koons-Perdikis, D, Jr., Georgetown Visitation
Koons-Perdikis helped the team post eight shutouts, and she recorded four goals and two assists for the Independent School League AA division champions.
Stephanie Lathrop, F, So., Glenelg
After scoring the game-winner in the Maryland 2A championship game, Lathrop finished with a program-record 28 goals.
Reagan Mallia, MF, Sr., Archbishop Spalding
The West Virginia commit’s defense, three goals and four assists helped the Cavaliers reach the Interscholastic Athletic Association of Maryland A Conference championship game.
Gemma Maltby, F, Sr., Sidwell Friends
After the Quakers endured their worst stretch while she was injured, Maltby returned with a hat trick in a D.C. State Athletic Association championship win.
Eva Mowery, F, Sr., Broadneck
Mowery’s 24 goals and 15 assists kept the Bruins perfect until they lost the Maryland 4A championship game.
Farah Salam, D, Sr., St. John’s
In the WCAC championship game, Salam scored the game-winning goal and helped shut out Good Counsel for the only time all season.
Carli Sullenger, MF, Sr., Quince Orchard
The Army commit had 14 goals and five assists for the Maryland 4A semifinalist.
Timothy Deppen, Mount Hebron
Overseeing a defense that had 15 shutouts in 17 games, Deppen guided the Vikings to their first Maryland 3A championship. In its first state championship game appearance, Mt. Hebron handed River Hill its first loss in 14 state championship games. The Howard County program didn’t surrender a goal in five postseason matches.
Peyton Bernard, F, Jr., Good Counsel
Kate Hanks, MF, Sr., Mount Hebron
Caroline Machonis, D, Sr., Georgetown Visitation
Helen Otteni, F, Sr., Potomac School
Kiki Rice, MF, Sr., Sidwell Friends
Caroline Roy, GK, Jr., Maret
Emely Rubio-Garcia, MF, Jr., St. John’s
Alauna Rutland, F, Jr., Paul VI
Ava Schultz, D, Jr., Severna Park
Tahirah Turnage, D, Sr., St. Stephen’s and St. Agnes
Sophie Viscovich, F, Jr., Bishop O’Connell
Meghan Bernetti, D, Jr., Archbishop Spalding
Kylie Bradshaw, MF, Jr., McDonough
Lila Brown, D, Sr., Sidwell Friends
Delena Bucaj, D, Sr., Bishop O’Connell
Carlin Costell, D, So., Glenelg
Gemma Davitian, F, So., Whitman
Riley DeMartino, F, So., Whitman
Annie Faraone, MF, So., Quince Orchard
Sinclaire Green, F, So., Mount Hebron
Lucy Harllee, MF, Sr., Wilson
Mckinley Heaven, MF, Fr., Richard Montgomery
Gracen Houck, D, Sr., Leonardtown
Symone Jenson, MF, Sr., Glenelg
Giavana Liberto, F, Jr., Marriotts Ridge
Eleanor Maxson, D, Jr., School Without Walls
Ava Morales, F, Sr., Atholton
Arianna Nnawuchi, D, Jr., Good Counsel
Shelby Pollard, GK, Jr., St. John’s
Karen Potts, GK, Jr., Wootton
Kate Quigley, D, Sr., Churchill
Dayana Rivera, MF, Jr., Bladensburg
Ella Shannon, MF, Jr., Chesapeake
Sophie Thibeault, MF, Jr., Archbishop Spalding
Karis Turner, F, Sr., Reservoir
Megan Wagner, MF, Sr., Marriotts Ridge
Jessie Watkins, MF, So., Bowie
Sophie Weeks, MF, Sr., Paul VI
Sadie Wilkinson, F, Jr., Broadneck
Skylar Williams, MF, Jr., Southern
Hannah Wilt, GK, Jr., Calvert

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