2012 All-Gazette girls soccer, Montgomery County -- Gazette.Net


Player of the Year

Midge Purce

Our Lady of Good Counsel

Senior, forward

U-17 National Team forward scored two of her team-best 27 goals in Falcons’ 2-0 win over rival Bishop O’Connell in Washington Catholic Athletic Conference title game. Finished career with 101 goals, the program’s all-time record.

Coach of the Year

Nelson Abreu

Academy of the Holy Cross, 5th year

Successfully imparted soccer wisdom on young team, led to Tartans to 13-2-1 record. Holy Cross played eventual WCAC champion Good Counsel to scoreless tie during regular season and became true conference contender.

First team

Jordyn Brock

Our Lady of Good Counsel

Senior, defender

Tremendous central defender also tallied six assists and two goals.

Carina Deandreis

Walter Johnson

Senior, midfielder

Skill and soccer smarts make her one of county’s best playmakers, tallied five assists and three goals.

Eliza Doll

Bethesda-Chevy Chase

Junior, midfielder

Incredibly crafty, took on prominent scoring role when needed with game-winning goals in region semifinals and finals. Scored team-best eight goals.

Ariana Fryer

Academy of the Holy Cross

Senior, defender

University of Delaware-bound, anchored one of county’s stingiest back lines and became big verbal leader for resurgent Tartans.

Hope Gouterman


Senior, midfielder

University of Maryland signee was starting point of many scoring runs tallied 16 goals and 32 assists in leading Warriors to first-ever state tournament appearance.

Caroline Kimble

Our Lady of Good Counsel

Senior, defender

Major factor in Falcons’ 14 shutouts, Good Counsel only allowed five opponents to score and gave up 10 total goals.

Hannah Theurer


Senior, midfielder/forward

Remarkably quick with the ball at her feet, tallied team-best 17 goals and seven assists, sparkplug of team’s recent rise.

Kelly Whiteis

Quince Orchard

Senior, defender

Strong and physical, was seemingly impossible to get around in the back field, incredibly effective in the air.

Angela White

Bethesda-Chevy Chase

Senior, goalkeeper

Acrobatic saves, incredible instincts and awareness were main reason B-CC made its fifth consecutive state final appearance.

Aliza Wolfe

Walt Whitman

Junior, midfielder

Rice University recruit is one of county’s most technical players, explosive and creative with ball at her feet, tallied five assists and three goals.

Second team

Cherrah Barclay, Montgomery Blair, senior, defender

Sydney Calas, Walter Johnson, senior, defender

Zoe Forster, Winston Churchill, senior, forward

Catherine Galway, Clarksburg, senior, midfielder

Erin Gaughan, Damascus, senior, forward

Jarena Harmon, St. Andrew’s Episcopal, sophomore, forward

Megan Hinz, Our Lady of Good Counsel, junior, goalkeeper

Jamie Montgomery, Gaithersburg, sophomore, midfielder

Hannah Patton, Poolesville, senior, midfielder

Clare Severe, Walt Whitman, sophomore, defender/forward

Stephi Shin, Quince Orchard, sophomore, midfielder

Honorable mention

Lisa Bianchini, Montgomery Blair, senior, forward

Jamie Depaul, Academy of the Holy Cross, junior, midfielder

Rebecca Dunwoody, Sherwood, senior, forward

Becca Ewel, Winston Churchill, senior, goalkeeper

Karli Cirovski, Our Lady of Good Counsel, junior, defender

Keiara Clark, Winston Churchill, sophomore, midfielder

Caitlin McMahon, Bullis, junior, defender

Jordan Menge, Gaithersburg, sophomore, midfielder

Lottie Nalls, Walt Whitman, senior, defender

Alejandra Ramos, Walter Johnson, junior, defender

Victoria Yee, Poolesville, senior, midfielder