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Gordie Koerber

Gilman, senior, attack

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•Possessing great hands to catch anything close, was especially effective in traffic to finish with 32 goals and seven assists

Two-year starter and captain finished his career with 69 goals and 15 assists

Scored the game-winning goal in overtime for an 11-10 win at league rival Boys' Latin

Signed to play at the University of Denver

Devin McNamara

Loyola, junior, attack

Two-year starter emerged as an offensive catalyst to help lead the No. 2 Dons to the MIAA A Conference title game

Combined quickness, separation speed and fine stick skills to score 41 goals and add 31 assists

Scored three or more goals against four ranked league opponents, including a six-goal, two-assist effort against Spalding

Committed to play at Villanova

Nick Wynne

Glenelg, senior, attack

Repeat first-team selection closed out four-year career as the program's all-time leading scorer with 169 goals, 115 assists

Captain led Gladiators to Class 3A-2A title game, finishing with 63 goals and 53 assists this season

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Complete player brought athleticism, intelligent play and pinpoint shots and passes

Signed to play for Towson

Jack Adams

Hereford, junior, midfield

Big, fast and dynamic, two-year varsity player became the catalyst for the Class 3A-2A state champions

Great vision and instincts led to 25 goals and 37 assists

Scored one goal and dished out four assists in Bulls' 13-8 win over Glenelg in state final

Committed to Towson

Deemer Class

Loyola, senior, midfield

All-Metro second-team selection last season closed out three-year career with 22 goals and 30 assists this season

Combined natural athletic ability with uncanny instincts to control the flow of the game

C. Markland Kelly Award finalist and will represent the South team in the Under Armour All-America Classic

Signed to play at Duke

Stephen Kelly

Calvert Hall, junior, midfield

Repeat All-Metro first-team selection was area's most complete player in helping the No. 1 Cardinals capture the MIAA A crown

Regarded as one of the finest faceoff specialists in the country, winning 75 percent of his draws

North Carolina commit contributed 21 goals, 18 assists and 181 ground balls

At 17, youngest player named to the U.S. under-19 national team that will compete in the world championships this summer in Finland

Jake Matthai

Gilman, senior, midfield

Dominating midfield presence at 6-feet-6 and 225 pounds; captain took on lead role in every facet in second year on varsity

Powerful dodger with improved shooting and passing had 21 goals, 12 assists

Signed to play at North Carolina, will first play for the South team in the Under Armour All-America Classic in July

Three-sport athlete won MIAA titles in soccer, basketball and lacrosse

Evan Connell

Calvert Hall, senior, defense

Three-year starter was the glue to a defense that gave up just five goals per game

Consistently controlled area's top attackmen with fine 1-on-1 cover skills

Repeat All-Metro first-team pick relied on speed, quickness and instincts with strong vocal leadership

Will play for the South in the Under Armour All-America Classic before heading to North Carolina

Robby Haus

Gilman, senior, defense

Repeat All-Metro first-team pick consistently shut down opposition's top scoring threat

Three-year starter and captain picked up 33 ground balls this season and 99 in his career

Game sense and stick skills initiated accurate clears to quickly get the ball forward

Set to play for the South in the Under Armour All-America Classic and then for Ohio State

Mac Pons

Boys' Latin, junior, defense

Three-year starter smooth and fundamentally sound in containing opponents' top attackmen

Collected 48 ground balls and efficiently got the Lakers going from defense to offense

All-American, Under Armour Underclassman selection and set to participate in the Warrior 40 competition

Committed to play at Maryland

Dimitri Pecunes

Calvert Hall, senior, goalie

After taking over the starting job five games into the season, provided the No. 1 Cardinals with consistently poised play

Registered 114 saves with 59 goals allowed

Great hands as a shot blocker, was also effective out of the goal for clears

In 11 MIAA games, enjoyed a 5.1 goals against average and made 10 saves in the title game against Loyola

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