Boys Soccer: All-Metro First Team

Ethan McBryde

South Carroll, forward, senior

•Led South Carroll with 18 goals and four assists

•Helped the Cavaliers to a 15-3 record and a berth in the state tournament for the second time in four years

•Had eight game-winning goals

•Is considering Bridgewater and McDaniel, among other schools

Jose Moran

Catonsville, forward, junior

•Had 16 goals and five assists for the county champions

•Has tremendous foot skills and vision, and his offense overshadows his great defensive skills. Can create shots and strike with left or right foot

•"His one-on-one skills are unlike any player I've seen in my 20 years of coaching," Catonsville coach Vic Vega said

Colin Bonner

Reservoir, midfielder, senior

•Led his team with 10goals and 11 assists

•Helped Reservoir win the Howard County and District V championships

•Finished career with 26 goals and 29 assists

•Will play next season at North Carolina-Wilmington

Ricky Greensfelder

Archbishop Curley, midfielder, senior

•Had 12 goals and seven assists alternating between forward and midfield

•Was a four-year starter, team captain the past two and a member of the National Honor Society with a 3.9 GPA

•"He's a tireless worker," coach Barry Stitz said

•Will attend Wake Forest

Malcolm Harris

McDonogh, midfielder, senior

•Had 17 goals and 30 assists

•"One of the most talented players I have ever coached," Eagles coach Steve Nichols said

•Made All-South first team and All-America first team, and was named to the NCAA Final Four High School All-American game

Will play for the University of Denver

Brad Martinelli

Marriotts Ridge,

midfielder, junior

•Had 10 goals and 10assists, and led the Mustangs to the Class2A title

•Served as captain and was picked for All-State second team

•Marriotts Ridge won five 1-0 games this year and Martinelli had the goal in four of them

•Had game-winning goals against Liberty, Mount Hebron and Reservoir

Jalen Robinson

Mount St. Joseph, midfielder, senior

•Regarded as one of the top players in the nation

•Finished the season with six goals and five assists

•Member of the U.S. national team

•Will play at Wake Forest next season

Chris White

Perry Hall, midfielder, senior

•Led the Gators to the Class4A state semifinals, collecting six goals and seven assists

•Was vital in winning tackles in the midfield and then transitioning forward

•Undecided on a college

•"Chris is a very versatile player who has a motor that does not stop," coach Pete Eibner said. "He played more of a distribution role for us, yet still was one of our leading scorers. He is one of the most technical players I have seen in the state."

Michael DeGraffenreidt

Loyola, defender, junior

•Anchored the Dons' defense as a central defender

•Also pushed forward to help the develop the attack

"He is the best marking back in our league and probably in the state of Maryland," Loyola coach Lee Tschantret said

•Considering Maryland UCLA, Louisville and other Division I schools

Matt Shinsky

McDonogh, defender, senior

•A fierce defender who was a four-year starter and three-year captain

•Helped the Eagles record 15 shutoutsgoals all season

•"One the toughest and best defenders all-time at McDonogh," coach Steve Nichols said

•Will play for Columbia next season.

Tanner Vosvick

Gilman, defender, senior

•Helped anchor one of the state's stingiest defenses

•Had 14 goals, six assists

•Was named to the MIAA All-Conference team for the second consecutive year

•Committed to West Point

Andrew Harris

Gilman, goalie, senior

•Trained with the U.S. national team

•A two-time All-American

•Recorded 15 shutouts and led Gilman to the MIAA AConference finals

•Will play at Wake Forest

Cody Niedermeier

Broadneck, goalie, senior

•Had 71 saves on 79 shots for an .899 percentage

•Allowed just eight goals in 14 games

•Anne Arundel County Player of the Year; picked for the All-State first team

•Will play at Maryland

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