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Boys lacrosse All-Metro first team

Chase Campbell

Gilman, senior, defenseman

* Responsible for the opponent's top attackman the past two seasons; led a defense that yielded 7.2 goals per game

* Smart and complete defenseman who studied opponents to take away their strengths with sound, physical play

* Captain finished with 32 ground balls this season and 68 in three-year career; committed to Virginia

Ryan Conrad

Loyola, junior, midfielder

* Three-year varsity player, earned All-America status after compiling 33 goals and 22 assists this season

* Versatile, athletic and fiercely competitive; takes 71 goals and 63 assists (134 career points) into his senior season

* Ranked the No. 1 recruit in his class as a sophomore and junior by Inside Lacrosse; committed to Virginia

Alex Hurdle

McDonogh, senior, defenseman

* Played three varsity seasons after transferring from Loyola; was responsible for opponent's top offensive threat

* Fast, strong and extremely focused; anchored defense that limited opponents to 7.4 goals per game

* Captain in lacrosse and football in his senior year; set to play lacrosse at Notre Dame

Timmy Kelly

Calvert Hall, junior, attackman

* Scored 48 goals and had 39 assists for 87 points despite playing most of the season with a cracked rib and receiving heavy attention from opposing defenses

* Explosive and fearless with a tireless work ethic; has totaled 94 goals and 84 assists for 178 points in first three varsity seasons

* Rated the No. 3 prospect in his class by Inside Lacrosse; committed to North Carolina

William McBride

Gilman, senior, midfielder

* Tough, physical presence who covered a lot of ground at midfield; finished the season with 20 goals, seven assists and 31 ground balls

* Three-year starter for the No. 3 Greyhounds closed his career with 60 goals, 22 assists and 94 ground balls

* Captain in lacrosse and basketball as a senior; set to play lacrosse at North Carolina

Trey McGee

McDonogh, senior, attackman

* Four-year varsity player and three-year starter emerged as Eagles' offensive catalyst with 39 goals and 24 assists

* Used incredible quickness and agility to create separation from defenders

* Set to play at Denver; finished his career with 96 goals and 41 assists for 137 points

Hunter Moreland

Boys' Latin, senior, midfielder

* Area's most dominant faceoff specialist won 280 of 373 (75 percent); collected team-high 106 ground balls for the No. 1 Lakers

* Four-year varsity player was at his best in the postseason, when he won 45 of 58 faceoffs in a semifinal win over McDonogh and title win against St. Paul's

* Set to play at Johns Hopkins; scored three goals in the Lakers' 17-11 win over St. Paul's in the title game, including two that came 21 seconds apart at the start of the fourth quarter

Keegan O'Connor

Boys' Latin, senior, midfielder

* Three-year varsity player had 31 goals and six assists to help lead the No. 1 Lakers (18-0) to undefeated season and MIAA A Conference title

* Relentless competitor who set positive tone in games and practices was equally exceptional on defense, finishing second on the team with 68 ground balls

* Signed to play at Maryland; finished his high school career with 61 goals and 15 assists

Brock Turnbaugh

Hereford, senior, goalie

* Three-year varsity player after transferring from Boys' Latin; stopped 220 shots in first season as full-time starter with a 4.3 goals-against average for the Class 3A-2A state runner-up Bulls

* Set to play at Johns Hopkins; played regularly as a sophomore and junior to help the Bulls to state titles

* Stellar three-sport athlete was captain for football, wrestling and lacrosse teams, earning All-Metro honors in all three sports

Brinton Valis

McDonogh, senior, midfielder

* Four-year varsity starter at midfield contributed skill, poise and intelligence for the No. 4 Eagles

* Overcame heavy marking to finish with 28 goals and 10 assists this season, including a five-goal performance against Haverford (Pa.)

* Set to play at Johns Hopkins; finished McDonogh career with 81 goals and 32 assists

Mikey Wynne

St. Paul's, senior, attackman

* Broke his own single-season record with program-best 72 goals; added 19 assists and 46 ground balls to lead the No. 2 Crusaders (13-7) to MIAA A Conference title game

* Finished with combined seven goals and four assists in two playoff games; had seven-goal, one-assist and five-goal, one-assist efforts in regular-season wins over Loyola and McDonogh, respectively

* Four-year starter (first two seasons at Glenelg) set to play at Notre Dame; finished two years at St. Paul's with 142 goals, 43 assists and 85 ground balls

A previous version of this article misidentified William McBride's sports and college. The Baltimore Sun regrets the error.

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