Head coach: Bill Wardle (eighth year)

2010 record: 10-6

Top returners: Hunter Murray, Sr., (Midfield); Hunter Haag, Sr., (Midfield/Forward); Kevin Shumaker, Sr., (Defense); Milazim Veseli, Sr., (Defense); Andy Montgomery, Jr., (Midfield/Forward)

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Key newcomers: Justin Howard, Jr., (Midfield/Forward); Tyler Green, So., (Forward); Solomon Koomson, So., (Midfield/Forward)

Outlook: "The expectation is that individually as players and coaches and collectively as a team we will always exhibit passion for the game and bring honor and glory to our program's name," said Wardle. "Our strengths will lie in our team-first mentality and our willingness to work hard each and every day to better ourselves not only as individual players but most importantly as a team. The Eagles return four starters this year.

Bel Air

Head coach: Dominic Rose (12th year)

2010 record: 14-3-1

Top returners: Carson Kalama, Jr., (Forward); Nat Hand, Jr., (Forward); Dominic Rose, Sr., (Defense); Alex Miller, Sr., (Defense); Ryan Tritsch, Sr., (Midfield); Danny Morgan, Sr., (Forward); Christian Vito, Sr., (Goalie); Brandon Tolson, So., (Midfield)

Key newcomers: Nick Adams, Jr., (Defense); Austin McKinney, Jr., (Midfield)

Outlook: The Bobcats had a solid season in 2010 that ended in the region finals with a shootout loss to Wicomico. This year, coach Rose says, "We look to try and improve on last year's season.

C. Milton Wright

Head coach: Joe Davis (third year)

2010 record: 5-7-3

Top returners: Shane Carroll, Sr., (Midfield); Brandon McFadden, Sr., (Midfield); Matt Madeira, Sr., (Midfield); Grant Caspero, Sr., (Defense); Lee Frailer, Jr., (Defense); Manny Mastromanolis, So., (Forward); Colin Miller, So., (Goalie)

Key newcomers: Austin Carlevaro, Jr., (Defense); Dakota Stern, So., (Defense)

Outlook: The Mustangs return eight starters and 15 returnees from last year's young squad that finished 5-7-3. Three freshmen and three sophomores were in last year's starting 11 and a year of seasoning should have the Mustangs poised for a successful 2011 campaign. CMW might have arguably the toughest public school schedule in the state. Matches against McDonough, Gilman, Mount St. Joe, Salesianum (Del.), River Hill, and Hereford should have them battle tested early. Davis says the goals are to use the tough schedule to identify team weaknesses and prepare for UCBAC and regional competitions. Former CMW player and grad Brian Tully serves as assistant coach.


Head coach: Ho Chang (fourth year)