The Calvert High School Girls Soccer Team, the Lady cavaliers, under the leadership of Head Coach Dawn Lister, won their first Maryland Public Secondary School Athletic Association Class 2A State Championship. They defeated Fallston Cougars of Harford County 1-0, as they completed a 15-1-1 season. Seven players were named to All-County Teams, seven players named to the Southern Maryland Athletic Conference All-Conference Team, two players were named All-State, four players were named to All-Met teams, and Coach Dawn Lister was named All-Met Coach of the Year by the Washington Post and All-County Coach of the Year by the Calvert Recorder.
The members of the Lady Cavaliers are Aspen Bennett, Kendall Edge, Calle Garneau, Alli Higgs, Biz Hite, Lindsey Larsen, Sophia Lautieri, Melanie Lippert, Ashley McNeil, Kristen McNeil, Lauren Miller, Madi Myles, Katie Rider, Julia Roth, Ashley Stinnett, Maggie Sullivan, Madisen Tate, Samantha Twinam, Sydney Watson, Camryn Williams, Hailey Williams, Erica Wood, and Antonia Zack. With the assistance of the team managers, Tyler Bell and Nick Krohn, and the coaching staff of Sean Blumenstein, Michelle Buckmaster, Dawn Lister and Damon Williams, the Lady Cavaliers had a winning season.
The Calvert Board of County Commissioners (BOCC) paid tribute to the dedication, long hours of practice and the fine performance of the Calvert high School Girls Soccer Team, along with the family, friends, coaches, teachers, and fans who supported and encouraged these fine athletes. The BOCC offered sincere congratulations and best wishes for continued success in the future.
Congratulations, ladies, for a job well done!
Margit Miller / Calvert Beacon