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The 2018 All-Metro field hockey team

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Trinity Episcopal’s Sally Snead joins her sister Annie, who was previously named All-Metro player of the year. The two will play together at William & Mary next year. Both won state titles playing for their mother, coach Margie Snead.

Player of the year: Sally Snead

School: Trinity Episcopal

Year: Senior

Position: Midfield

The skinny: Snead capped off her senior season by scoring a shared team-high 22 goals to go with a team-high 15 assists. Her performance this season earned first team nods in both the LIS and VISAA as Trinity Episcopal ran the table to take home the VISAA state championship.

What most people don’t know: “I was really a travel soccer player until my freshman year of high school. That's when I switched over to field hockey."


Meet the rest of the first team

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All-Metro, Trinity’s Erika Latta.

Erika Latta

School: Trinity Episcopal

Year: Senior

Position: Goalkeeper

The skinny: Latta was named player of the year in the VISAA as the Titans went undefeated as state champions. Thanks in part to Latta, the Titans surrendered only four goals all season, shutting out opponents 20 times in 23 games including a spotless postseason run. She’ll continue her career at the University of Richmond.

What most people don’t know: “I’m pretty good at drawing.”


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All-Metro, Deep Run’s Caroline Parlantieri.

Caroline Parlantieri

School: Deep Run

Year: Senior

Position: Defense

The skinny: Though Parlantieri registered no goals or assists this season, it was her defensive prowess that helped the Wildcats to a runner-up finish in Class 5, as Deep Run allowed only 16 goals this season. Parlantieri finished the season being named first team all-region and first team all-state.

What most people don’t know: “Ever since I was little, I hated it when people sing ‘happy birthday’ to me.”


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All-Metro, Deep Run’s Allie Kelleher.

Allie Kelleher

School: Deep Run

Year: Senior

Position: Defense

The skinny: Pairing with Parlantieri on defense, Kelleher found herself on the end of more scoring opportunities with six goals and seven assists this season. Anchoring the stingy Deep Run defense, Kelleher was named first team all-state in Class 5 and was named player of the year in Region 5B.

What most people don’t know: “I love learning about astronomy.”


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All-Metro, Midlothian’s Zoe Hammond

Zoe Hammond

School: Midlothian

Year: Senior

Position: Defense

The skinny: Hammond helped the Midlothian defense hold opponents to only 24 goals this season, which included three straight shutouts in the Region 4B tournament as the Trojans defeated Warhill to finish the year as region champions. Hammond finished her season with first team all-region honors in Region 4B.

What most people don’t know: “I have two middle names, Elizabeth and Chamberlain.”

     


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All-Metro, Collegiate’s Paige Murphy.

Paige Murphy

School: Collegiate

Year: Senior

Position: Defense

The skinny: Murphy registered five goals and one assist as the Cougars rambled all the way to a runner-up finish in the VISAA state tournament this season, earning first-team recognition in both the LIS and VISAA along the way. Murphy helped the Collegiate defense to four shutouts on the season, and eight games in which it allowed just one goal.

What most people don’t know: “I’m an Australian citizen.”


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All-Metro, Collegiate’s Hallie Brost.

Hallie Brost

School: Collegiate

Year: Sophomore

Position: Defense

The skinny: As the Cougars surprised this season by advancing all the way to the VISAA state championship game, perhaps more surprising was that Brost, a center back, led the team in scoring. Her 12 goals and eight assists led the Cougars, and Brost earned first team honors in the LIS and VISAA for her performances this season.

What most people don’t know: “I hate eating leftovers.”


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Trinity’s Cori Nichols on Friday Dec. 14, 2018.

Cori Nichols

School: Trinity Episcopal

Year: Junior

Position: Midfield

The skinny: Playing in the defensive midfield, Nichols helped shore up the Titans’ defense, which allowed opponents to score in only three games this season. Finishing the season with six goals and 11 assists, Nichols earned first team recognition in both the LIS and VISAA for doing her part on the Titans’ VISAA title-winning squad.

What most people don’t know: “When I get older I want to own my own boutique and have a large family."


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All-Metro, Trinity’s Abby English.

Abby English

School: Trinity Episcopal

Year: Senior

Position: Midfield

The skinny: Another defensive-minded midfielder for the Titans, English earned first team recognition in both the LIS and VISAA for her play on both sides of the ball, which included nine goals and 10 assists on the year to help the Titans to their first-ever undefeated season. She will continue her field hockey career at Georgetown.

What most people don’t know: “I used to want to play basketball in college instead of field hockey.”


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All-Metro, Cosby’s Ellie Mead

Ellie Mead

School: Cosby

Year: Senior

Position: Midfield

The skinny: Mead was named Region 6B player of the year, and it’s not hard to see why after scoring 23 goals and recording 36 assists this season for the Titans. Cosby dominated its competition to the tune of 143 goals to one in the regular season, and Mead was in on 41 percent of the Titans’ goals. She was the only local player to be named first team all-state in Class 6.

What most people don’t know: “I can juggle.”

    


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All-Metro, St. Catherine’s Caroline Reinhart.

Caroline Reinhart

School: St. Catherine’s

Year: Senior

Position: Midfield

The skinny: Reinhart scored six goals and added two assists on the season, but it was her all-around game that earned recognition for the senior. Reinhart earned first team honors in both the LIS and VISAA as the Saints marched to the VISAA semifinals this season.

What most people don’t know: “I had 25 hermit crabs when I was little.”


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All-Metro, Powhatan’s Calie Rehme.

Calie Rehme

School: Powhatan

Year: Senior

Position: Midfield

The skinny: Rehme, a senior captain and four-year starter for the Indians, notched 10 goals and 10 assists as Powhatan powered to its second straight successful season with an 11-3 record in the Jefferson District, with all three losses coming on penalty strokes. Rehme earned first team all-region honors for her contribution this season.

What most people don’t know: “I have my own pie business called Pies by Calie Lynn.” Rehme says the apple pie is the best one.


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All-Metro, Deep Run’s Natalie Biliunas.

Natalie Biliunas

School: Deep Run

Year: Senior

Position: Forward

The skinny: Biliunas led the Wildcats in scoring with 23 goals and 10 assists this season, earning first team honors in both Region 5B and Class 5 as Deep Run advanced to its second straight state title game. She will continue her field hockey career at La Salle.

What most people don’t know: "I collect post cards." She says one of her favorites is one from Dubai.


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All-Metro, Atlee’s Taylor Bates.

Taylor Bates

School: Atlee

Year: Junior

Position: Forward

The skinny: As Atlee finished as runner-up in Region 5B and advanced to the Class 5 state tournament, Bates was at the forefront of the attack with 16 goals and four assists for the Raiders. She finished her season with first team honors in Region 5B as well as second team honors in Class 5.

What most people don’t know: “I’m petrified of dogs.”


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All-Metro, Cosby’s Lexi Baumhover

Lexi Baumhover

School: Cosby

Year: Senior

Position: Forward

The skinny: The beneficiary of a number of Ellie Mead assists, Baumhover popped in a team-high 38 goals for Cosby as it went undefeated in the regular season. Baumhover also provided 21 assists on the year and finished with first team all-region honors as well as second team all-state honors in Class 6.

What most people don’t know: “My mom, sister and I all have the same middle name, Nicole.”

     


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All-Metro, Maggie Walker’s Maya Qureshi.

Maya Qureshi

School: Maggie Walker GS

Year: Senior

Position: Forward

The skinny: Though the Green Dragons’ season ended prematurely, there was still plenty of time for Qureshi to fill up the stat sheet — namely as a distributor — as she finished with 15 assists to go with nine goals on the year. She was one of only two local players to make the Class 1-3 combined all-state team by taking second team honors to go with first team Region 3B honors.

What most people don’t know: “I started playing guitar in the third grade.”


Second team

Goalkeeper

Ally Butler, junior, Matoaca

Defenders

Maddie Radolinski, senior, Atlee

Reagan Scaglione, senior, Cosby

Ellie Taylor, junior, St. Catherine’s

Michala Taylor, junior, Powhatan

Meghan McDonald, junior, Douglas Freeman

Midfielders

Kate Miller, sophomore, Atlee

Raeghan Kolb, senior, Atlee

Sarah Allen, senior, Deep Run

Bella Baumhover, senior, Cosby

Maddie Vicars, junior, St. Catherine’s

Forwards

Kali McGough, senior, Deep Run

Aubrey Rowe, senior, Colonial Heights

Maggie Bostain, junior, Collegiate

Mollie Schuma, junior, Trinity Episcopal

Gina Caravaglia, senior, Glen Allen


Past All-Metro players of the year

2017: Allie Kelley, Deep Run

2016: Ella Donahue, Trinity Episcopal

2015: Annie Snead, Trinity Episcopal

2014: Annie Snead, Trinity Episcopal

2013: Brooks Doxey, Collegiate

2012: Erin Menges, St. Catherine’s

2011: Amanda Kim, St. Catherine’s

2010: Amanda Kim and Kali Vicars, St. Catherine’s

2009: Hillary Zell, Collegiate

2008: Hillary Zell, Collegiate

2007: Tori O’Shea, Collegiate

2006: Tori O’Shea, Collegiate

2005: Carrington Croft, St. Catherine’s

2004: Kate Hanley, Collegiate

2003: Blair Northen, Collegiate

2002: Shannon Taylor, James River

2001: Jamie Whitten, Collegiate

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