Girls Player of the Year Erica Page, Archbishop Spalding
The Maryland-bound forward closed a four-year career leading the No. 1 Cavaliers to the Interscholastic Athletic Association of Maryland A Conference championship. The captain finished the season with 16 goals and 17 assists. Page totaled 56 goals and a program-best 42 assists in three years at forward. She played in 85 games and had a program-record 18 game-winning goals. Page was part of two IAAM AConference championships.
Girls Coach of the Year Bob Dieterle, Archbishop Spalding
The coach instilled early confidence and sound tactical play in a young team that reached its potential in coming away with the program's second IAAM AConference championship in three years. The Cavaliers finished the season 19-1-3 . Dieterle quickly turned the program into a league power, compiling a 108-21-12 career mark. He is quick to credit assistant coach Bob Wagner and junior varsity coach Dave Buskowski for success.
Girls team NameSchoolClassPositionChristine FlanaganSouth RiverSeniorForwardMaggie MorrisonArchbishop SpaldingSophomoreForwardErica PageArchbishop SpaldingSeniorForwardJenny ThorntonSeverna ParkSeniorForwardSpencer LarsonSouth RiverJuniorMidfielderCourtney LupinekChesapeakeSeniorMidfielderFrancisca OkokoArundelJuniorMidfielder Sam AdamsSouthernSeniorDefenderJamie BrentlingerArundelSeniorDefenderKirsten FrankArchbishop SpaldingJuniorDefenderLyndse HokansonSouth RiverJuniorGoalkeeperMelissa OrgeraBroadneckSeniorGoalkeeperNote: Team selected by Glenn Graham after consultation with The Baltimore Sun staff and area coaches.