All-Metro girls soccer first and second teams


Julianna Bonner


Wilde Lake, forward, junior

» Explosive moving forward with the ball, finished with 21 goals and nine assists in leading No. 15 Wildecats to a 12-3-1 season


» Had a goal or assist in 13 games, scored eight game-winning goals and had six multigoal games as one of the area’s most consistent threats

» Three-year varsity player was moved from defense to forward after freshman year and thrived; will go into senior season with 37 goals and 17 assists in career

Bethany Bruck

Patterson Mill, defender, junior


» Three-year starter at center back brought consistent poise to lead the Huskies (11-6-1) to a third straight trip to the Class 1A state title game

» Speed and ball skills led to dominating one-on-one play against attacking players and working the ball up field

» Handled team’s free kicks and also made timely runs that led to four goals and four assists this season; has 21 goals and 10 assists in first three varsity seasons

Sparrows Point junior midfielder Julie Lynch has been named the Metro Player of the Year in girls soccer

Jenna Buto

Broadneck, midfielder, senior

» Four-year varsity player, three-year starter and captain brought physical presence, skills and dominant play in the air at holding midfield for the Class 4A state champion and No. 3 Bruins (17-2-1)

» Scored goals in region final and state semifinal games, and controlled middle of the field in 2-1 win over Urbana in state title game while also contributing an assist

» Still undecided on college; finished senior season with 16 goals and 10 assists

Phoebe Canoles

Perry Hall, midfielder/defender, junior

» Three-year starter and captain is one of area’s most complete and versatile players, finishing with 14 goals and 16 assists for No. 8 Gators (14-3)

» Dominant physical presence with skills and field sense, has confidently played defense, midfield and forward over the course of her career

» Heavy shot produced four multigoal games, including one hat trick; takes 30 goals and 31 assists into senior season

Megan Chun

River Hill, midfielder, senior

» Four-year starter, two-year captain and repeat All-Metro pick finished with 13 goals and 16 assists as do-everything catalyst for Class 2A champion and No. 2 Hawks (17-2)

» Had a goal or assist in 15 games; came through in big moments with overtime goal in 3-2 region final win over Calvert and second goal in 3-0 state final win over Hereford

» Instrumental in three state titles in four years; UMBC commit finished career with 25 goals and 40 assists

Anna Diffendal

Winters Mill, forward, senior

» Four-year starter finished with 18 goals and four assists to lead the No. 11 Falcons (12-4) to their first Carroll County championship since 2009

» Pure finisher with speed to get behind defenses, her 69 career goals placed her third on Carroll County’s all-time list

» Repeat first-team selection and two-time Carroll County Times Player of the Year has committed to play at Delaware

Julia Dorsey

McDonogh, forward, junior

» Three-year-starter and two-time All-Metro pick finished with five goals and seven assists before having season cut short a week prior to playoffs because of knee injury

» Her speed, skills, game sense and effort put constant pressure on defenses to create scoring chances for herself and teammates; instrumental in No. 1 Eagles (14-2-4) winning IAAM A Conference championship

» Also a lacrosse standout, has committed to play soccer and lacrosse at North Carolina

Talia Gabarra

Broadneck, midfielder, junior

» Three-year starter, captain and repeat All-Metro selection led No. 3 Bruins (17-2-1) to Class 4A state crown with 12 goals and 18 assists

» Both smooth and physical, has game sense and engine that led the Bruins to a program-best 83 goals this season

» Instrumental in two state title teams in three years, Capital Gazette Player of the Year has 24 goals and 29 assists in career going into senior year

Payton Patrick

Hereford, forward, freshman

» Area’s top newcomer had a sensational freshman season with 22 goals and 15 assists to lead the No. 5 Bulls (15-3-1) to the Baltimore County championship and a trip to the Class 2A title game

» Fast and skilled, overcame extra attention to score and set up open teammates; made the stat sheet in 15 of 19 games with four game-winning goals

» At her best in some of the team’s biggest wins, including the game-tying goal with three minutes left in the county championship win at No. 6 Sparrows Point, and a one-goal, three-assist effort against No. 8 Perry Hall

After leading the No. 3 Bruins to their second Class 4A state title in three years, John Camm has been named The Sun's All-Metro girls soccer Coach of the Year.

Jillian Savageau

Archbishop Spalding, goalkeeper, junior

» Three-year varsity player, two-year starter posted 11 shutouts as glue in back for No. 4 Cavaliers (10-3-2)

» Developed into complete goalkeeper with good instincts, sure hands and leadership; finished with 79 saves while allowing only three goals on the season

» Made 18 saves in scoreless double-overtime tie at McDonogh in September, earning her Athlete of the Week honors

Lily Stavisky

McDonogh, defender, senior

» Four-year varsity player, three-year starter moved from forward to center back to provide defensive stability for IAAM A champion and No. 1 Eagles (14-2-4)

» Played every field position over her four years, both inside and outside, with game sense, skills and leadership

» Committed to Hofstra; a standout on defense that posted 12 shutouts and a distributor of the ball to start Eagles’ attack

Ada Clare Tempert

Mercy, forward, junior

» Three-year starter, two-time All-Metro pick was area’s most dynamic forward, scoring 26 goals and adding 10 assists to lead the No. 10 Magic (12-9-1) to the IAAM A championship game

» Overcame immense attention from defenses to produce offensively, providing a goal or assist in 15 games with seven multigoal games

» Committed to James Madison; has 60 goals and 30 assists over her first three seasons

Victoria Tran

River Hill, midfielder, senior

» Four-year starter, two-year captain and two-time All-Metro pick was steadying influence for the Class 2A state champion and No. 2 Hawks (17-2)

» Strong and smooth on the ball, finished with seven goals and eight assists; scored on penalty kick with under three minutes to play for 1-0 state semifinal win over Fallston

» A key to three state titles in four years; Navy commit finished career with 25 goals and 20 assists



Abbey Dennis, Perry Hall, defender, senior


Emily Dorn, Reservoir, defender, junior

Jaddah Foos, Sparrows Point, goalkeeper, sophomore

Sarah Gellert, Severna Park, forward, senior

Liz Hillman, Bel Air, forward, senior

Carolyn Mang, C. Milton Wright, midfielder, senior

Lilly McCarthy, McDonogh, midfielder, sophomore

Jasmine Pinter, Sparrows Point, forward, junior

Kara Schmidt, Hereford, midfielder, senior

Jenna Snead, Archbishop Spalding, midfielder, senior

Adrienne Vaughn, Atholton, forward, senior

Bridgette Wang, River Hill, forward, junior

Madison Wheeler, Chesapeake-AA, defender, senior

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