A handful of Total Futbol players received the highest honor possible for their participation in high school soccer this spring. Being named to one of the Washington Post’s All Met teams requires repeated standout performances through the course of the season.
Junior Laila Gray (Chantilly, 19 goals, 12 assists) led the scoring charts for the Chargers and was rewarded by being named to the First Team All Met by the Post. Laila, who is committed to Virginia Tech, scored a number of crucial goals which helped the school capture the Concorde District and Northern Region championships. She began her time with Total Futbol at U13 on Comets White before moving up a year to play with the Firecats.
Senior Kaylee Hohein (Westfield) received recognition on the All Met Second Team for her stellar defensive efforts this year. Kaylee has been a part of Total Futbol since it’s inception, playing for the Firecats the entire time. Her work on the back line helped the Bulldogs to a first place finish in the Concorde District standings.
Others receiving recognition as Honorable Mention All met included Meghan DiPippa (Sr., Westfield, Firecats, will play at St. Joe’s in the Fall), Rayven Conner (Fr., Briar Woods, VA Alliance Super Y), Cassie Smith (Sr., Briar Woods, will play at Eastern Kentucky in the Fall), and Breanna Mitchell (Fr., Dominion, VYS Thunder Black and VA Alliance Super Y).