The junior midfielder, a second-team All-Metro selection last season, is a dominating two-way player in her third season starting for Friends. Last week, she made her biggest impact at the offensive end with five goals and two assists in two wins that puts the Quakers at 5-2 this season. Last Wednesday, Harris scored twice as Friends defeated Garrison Forest in its Interscholastic Athletic Association B Conference opener. On Friday, she finished with three goals and two assists in a 7-0 win over Chapelgate to put the Quakers at 2-0 in league play. Harris has 10 goals and seven assists this season after finishing with 22 goals and 12 assists last year. Harris, who maintains a 3.5 grade point average, plays club soccer for Freestate.
Others considered: Katie Arensmeier, River Hill, soccer; Isabel Griffith, Dulaney, cross country; Kendall Kuntz, Garrison Forest, field hockey; Skylar Moore, Perry Hall, cross country; Morgan Perry, Glenelg, volleyball; .