Washington Post All-Met Player of the Year Fall 2022

Tony Rojas of Fairfax is the All-Met offensive soccer Player of the Year. (Marvin Joseph/The Washington Post)


Soccer (offense), Fairfax | He had a lot possibilities to go away Fairfax for a longtime soccer energy. As an alternative, the senior caught with this system, serving to construct the Lions from perennial also-rans into one among Virginia’s most feared groups. The long run Penn State linebacker was the very best participant each time he took the sphere this fall, accounting for two,239 dashing yards and 35 dashing touchdowns (to go together with 13 sacks and 5 pressured fumbles on protection), all whereas main his Lions to a 13-1 document, a state semifinal look and arguably the very best season in class historical past.

Soccer (offense): First group, second group and honorable point out

Soccer (protection), DeMatha | A game-wrecker on the line of defense, Moore is commonly averted by working backs and quarterbacks. Dealing with a number of the greatest offensive lineman within the space, the Ohio State commit nonetheless regarded as if he was in a league of his personal, ending with 12 sacks, 17 tackles for loss and an interception as a senior. At 6-foot-6 and 270 kilos, he was the terrifying face of a Stags protection that allowed simply 5 factors per recreation.

Soccer (protection): First group, second group and honorable point out

Boys’ soccer, Gonzaga | A harmful striker, Bollman was the not-so-secret goal-scoring weapon of a Gonzaga group that will likely be remembered on Eye Road for a very long time. The expert and shifty junior scored 18 targets because the Eagles went undefeated for the primary time in 20 years, profitable each the Washington Catholic Athletic Convention and D.C. State Athletic Affiliation titles.

Boys’ soccer: First group, second group and honorable point out

Ladies’ soccer, St. John’s | The senior led the Cadets by an undefeated season that included WCAC and DCSAA championships. The WCAC participant of the yr tallied 15 targets and 17 assists towards one of many D.C. space’s hardest schedules. Rubio arrange the game-winning purpose within the WCAC ultimate with a protracted cross and scored within the DCSAA title recreation. After tying its season-opener, the Northwest Washington non-public college completed with 19 consecutive victories.

Ladies’ soccer: First group, second group and honorable point out

Golf, River Hill | The junior repeated because the Maryland 3A/4A boys’ state champion with a state record-setting 10-under-par 132 throughout the 2 days of competitors on the College of Maryland. His career-best spherical of 64 on the primary day of the match led the Hawks to a 14-stroke lead that couldn’t be overwhelmed.

Golf: First group, second group and honorable point out

Discipline hockey, St. John’s | The 2-time Washington Catholic Athletic Convention participant of the yr led St. John’s to its second straight title. Morrison scored 36 targets as a senior, shattering her personal WCAC document for many in a single season, and added 12 assists. The Syracuse commit has each a backhand and forehand shot, which, mixed together with her elusive pace, made her some of the harmful attackers within the space. Her stellar four-year profession with the Cadets ends together with her because the record-holder for many targets in each college and convention historical past.

Discipline hockey: First group, second group and honorable point out

Boys’ cross-country, Potomac Faculty | Ortmans put himself on the map with convincing September wins on the Monroe Parker and Oatlands invitationals and improved as his senior season progressed, profitable all however one among his native races by at the least 5 seconds. With these wins got here superlatives, together with a a 14-minute 40-second mark on the MileStat.com Invitational for the quickest 5k time from a Virginia runner in seven years. His triumph carried into the postseason, with victories on the Mid-Atlantic Athletic Convention and Virginia Unbiased Colleges Athletic Affiliation championship meets.

Boys’ cross-country: First group, second group and honorable point out

Ladies’ cross-country, Good Counsel | The senior had an immaculate fall in native competitions, incomes 4 of her 5 wins by a 20-plus second margin. It didn’t matter if the beginning line featured runners from close by colleges, comparable to within the WCAC and Maryland non-public college state championships, or in the event that they had been nationally ranked competitors, comparable to on the Adidas XC Problem and MileStat.com XC Invitational. Her 16-minute 54-second efficiency on the latter meet was Maryland’s quickest 5k time since MileStat started monitoring in 2000. She was one among three native women who certified for the Champs Sports activities Cross Nation Nationwide Finals, ending seventh and qualifying for the all-American second group.

Ladies’ cross-country: First group, second group and honorable point out

Volleyball , Holy Cross | The Ohio State commit used what she discovered enjoying with USA Volleyball’s under-19 coaching group to steer the Tartans to a daily season end atop the WCAC. The junior accounted for greater than half of her group’s offense all through the season and was the go-to participant to place the ball down.

Volleyball: First group, second group and honorable point out

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