The Washington Post released its All-Met teams and honorees for Winter 2018-19 season, with a couple of local students being recognized as some of the area’s best in their respective sports.
Swimmer of the Year — Sophomore Torri Huske from Yorktown High School was named the All-Met Girls Swimmer of the Year by the Post, who noted that Huske’s 51.29-second 100 butterfly is the fastest time posted by a girls’ swimmer in high school history. According to the Post, Huske also holds the Virginia state record in the 50 freestyle (21.95), which is just 0.31 seconds short of the national high school record set in 2016 by Olympic medalist Abbey Weitzeil.
Boys Swimming — Mason senior Adam Janicki made the All-Met Second Team, while McLean junior Steve Han, Bishop O’Connell junior William Mullen and Yorktown senior Ryan Soh were all Honorable Mentions.
Girls Indoor Track — Marshall High School senior Natalie Bardach and McLean High School senior JaneAnne Tvedt were Honorable Mentions.
Girls Swimming — Bishop O’Connell High School freshman Kate Bailey and sophomore Paige Hall along with Yorktown junior Mary Kate Reicherter and senior Kayle Park and George Mason High School sophomore Marie Roche were all Honorable Mentions.