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All-Metro first team for boys soccer

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Rob Allman

Perry Hall, forward, senior

Finished with seven goals and seven assists for the Gators this season

Named to the All-State first team

"We would not have had the tremendous success we have had over the last two years without his work ethic and creativity," Perry Hall coach Pete Eibner said

Is being recruited by several Division I programs

Jeremy DeGraffenreidt

Loyola, forward, senior

Led the Dons with 14 goals and 13 assists this season

Played a role in 61 percent of Loyola's goals

"Jeremy's ability to make everyone around him better was a testament to his unselfishness and maturity as a leader on our team," Loyola coach Lee Tschantret said

Will play soccer at Louisville with his brother, Michael, the All-Metro Player of the Year

Gregg Hauck

North County, forward, senior

Led the Knights with 16 goals and seven assists this year

Four-time selection for All-Anne Arundel County team and twice picked for All-State first team

"The motor for our team for the past four seasons," North County coach Scott McGuire said

Still deciding on where he will attend college

Carson Kalama

Bel Air, forward, senior

Led the Bobcats with 10 goals and 12 assists this fall

Unanimous All-State first-team selection after becoming Bel Air's all-time scoring leader with 39 goals and 33 assists

A four-year starter who served as the team captain in each of the past two seasons

Will play lacrosse at Salisbury next year

Daniel Kwon

Severna Park, forward, sophomore

Tied a school record for points with 20 goals and seven assists

Named to the All-State first team

Contributed at least one point in 18 of the Falcons' 20 games this season

Led Severna Park to the Class 4A state championship game, a 3-1 loss to Wootton

George Campbell

McDonogh, midfielder, junior

Finished with six goals and nine assists for the Eagles this season

Selected for the All-State first team and the All-South first team

Considere one of the region's top playmakers

Is being recruited by Wake Forest, Louisville, Maryland, Duke and North Carolina

Maxx Lowenstein,

Boys' Latin, midfielder, senior

Tallied 17 goals and 10 assists, leading the Lakers to the MIAA B Conference title

A four-year starter on varsity for the Lakers

Scored both goals in their 2-0 win over top-seeded St. Paul's in the B Conference semifinal

For next year, he is considering the University of Tampa

Brad Martinelli

Marriotts Ridge, midfielder, senior

Led the Mustangs to their fourth consecutive Class 2A state title with nine goals and 13 assists

Was a four-year varsity player, three-year starter and two-time captain

Set the school's career assists record with 34

All-State first-team choice is still undecided about where he'll attend college

Michael Sauers

Archbishop Curley, midfielder, senior

Contributed nine goals and 10 assists for the Friars this year

An All-State first-team selection, four-year starter and captain

"He has an unbelievable work rate, plays for D.C. United Academy and is a complete player who trains hard everyday at practice," Archbishop Curley coach Barry Stitz said

Will play soccer at Maryland next year

Peter Vorel

Centennial, midfielder, senior

Scored six goals and had seven assists despite playing primarily as a defensive midfielder

Four-year starter and a three-year captain

Unanimous selection for All-State first team after being selected to second team as a junior

Is undecided about where he'll attend college

Javier Wardcantori

Reservoir, midfielder, senior

Finished with five goals and three assists for the Gators

An attacking midfielder who helped dictate the tempo of the game

Captain who scored a goal in Reservoir's 3-2 win over Urbana for the Class 3A state title

"He has a very high work rate and leads by example," Reservoir coach Reg Hahne said

Sam Wancowicz

Gilman, defender-forward, junior

Tallied 13 goals and eight assists for the Greyhounds this year

Three-year starter who alternated between center back and forward

Scored the game-winner against Archbishop Curley in the MIAA A Conference semfinals

"He has played in three straight finals and will be returning next year as a senior as one of the top players in the state," Gilman coach Jon Seal said

Matt Sanchez

McDonogh, goalkeeper, senior

Only allowed six goals all season with 11 shutouts

Four-year starter with 52 career shutouts for the Eagles

Member of Puerto Rico's national team

Will play soccer at Old Dominion next year

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