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2023-24 Winter All-Met: First Team Boys Hockey, Second Team, Honorable Mention


The following student-athletes have been selected to the Washington Post 2023-24 All-Met Boys Hockey Team:

Reed Percon, F., Jr., Landon

Berkun has scored 31 goals and provided 27 assists in 20 matches, and is widely recognized as one of the most dominant players in the region. The forward launched Landon to the highest levels of the region's most competitive leagues, leading the Bears to a repeat Interstate Athletic Conference title while challenging the best the Mid-Atlantic Prep Hockey League had to offer. His skill was matched by his calm leadership in the locker room, where Berkun organized team-building events.

Tucker Forrest, G, Sr., Gonzaga

A 92.5 percent save rate has anchored the Eagles' success. His confidence under pressure was never more evident in their battle against St. John's for the MAPHL title, as Forrest made more than 30 saves to secure the win.

Samuel Hoosier, D., Jr., Wootton

Always the top defensive player in the Maryland Student Hockey League, he had eight hat tricks and led a coordinated back line with impactful play and sharp shooting accuracy.

Carter Johnson, F, Jr., St. John's

Averaging more than two points per league game, his consistency under pressure and effort in the forward preview made him one of the region's top threats for a team that won the Washington Catholic Athletic Conference championship and was runner-up in the MAPHL.

Conner McCarthy, F, Sr., Georgetown Preparatory School

As a versatile offensive player, McCarthy has put together a stout top line for the Little Hoyas. One of the best scorers in the MAPHL, he distinguishes himself with his ability to create scoring opportunities for his teammates, pass with laser precision, set up rebounds and find a lane through the chaos in front of the net.

Noah Scheinerman, F, Sr., Langley

On a team that hadn't lost in more than two years, he helped inject new energy as the leading scorer in the Northern Virginia Scholastic Hockey League. His fast, physical skating led to the Saxons' third straight title.

Kelly Thompson, D, Sr., St. John's

Thompson used his size and experience to initiate strong physical checks and lead a deep roster. His ability to coordinate defensive strategy in the middle of the game helped secure eight shutouts for the Cadets.

Cameron Westlake, F, Sr., Centennial (Wolves)

With a sniper-like slap shot and clean play that kept him out of the box, Westlake led the MSHL with 54 points. The constant pressure from opposing defenses often forced them to change their strategy.

A fixture in the NVSHL leading the undisputed champions and the most decorated team in the league, Keough has found ways to help his players overcome the pressures of living up to the Saxons' impressive record. He did this by focusing on detail, emphasizing the importance of every pass, rebound, shot and one-on-one. He led his team to its fourth title in six years and a massive winning streak in 34 matches.

Jack Farsi, J Jr., St. John's

Graham Haberle, D, Sr., Landon

Connor Hall, F., Sr., St. John's

Charlie Irwin, F, Sr., St. Albans

Jake Lotterstein, F, So, Stone Bridge

Vincent Lowry, D, Sr., Colgan

Davian Peretti, F, Sr., Police

Roman Villegas, F, Junior, Gonzaga

Ilham Abdullaev, D, Sr., Wootton

Andre Lucas Abrantes, F, Jr., Gonzaga

TJ Tree, D, Jr., Gonzaga

Colin Barnett, F, So, Flint Hill

Nolan Bishop, F, Jr., City of Alexandria

Oliver Black, F., Sr., Washington-Liberty

Caden Blazer, D, Sr., Landon

Ciaran Brighton, F, Sr., Centennial (Wolves)

Avery Brown, D, Sr., Police

Andrew Chaconas, F, Sr., Georgetown Middle School

Jonathan Corwin, D., Sr., Walter Johnson

Christian Daywood, F, Sr., Landon

Colin Doherty, F, Jr., St. John's

Andrew Fu, F., Sr., Whitman

Hayden Gribbs, D, Jr., Police

Liam Gribbs, F, Sr., Police

Billy Harrison, F, Jr., is a good advisor

Christopher Hassett, F, Sr., Seneca Valley (Upper Montgomery)

Andrew Hockman-Vasa, J, Jr., Police

Michael Lotterstein, F, Sr., Stonebridge

Matthew Lees, F., Sr., City of Alexandria

Corey Maldonado, D., Jr., Archbishop Spalding

Austin Markva, D, Sr., Georgetown Prep

Brendan Murray, F, Jr., West Potomac

Michael Nolan, C, Sr., City of Alexandria

Ben Norton, F, Sr., Gonzaga

Connor O'Sullivan, F, Sr., Chantilly/MacLean

Travis Blyler, F, Sr., Colgan

Hunter Raffert, D, Sr., Colgan

Daniel Rogers, F, Sr., Gonzaga

Daniel Rosenstock, J, Sr., Landon

Sean Robert Sarda, F, Father, Paul VI

Gavin Cinco, F, Jr., is a good advisor

Maddox Sheehan, F, Sr., West Potomac

Cameron Shore, J, Jr., Churchill

Edwin Siembeda, F, Jr., Gonzaga

Zachary Silver, F, Sr., Churchill

Harrison Smith, J., Jr., Langley

Drew Soler, D., So, good advisor

Evan Snyder, J., Jr., Archbishop Spalding

Brett Townsend, D, Sr., Alexandria

Tyler Waterman, D, Flint Hill

Grayson Winkler, F, Sr., Sherwood

Adam Urbancic, F, Sr., St. John's

Christopher Falco, D, Sr., Langley


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