Eight Quince Orchard High School athletes were honored in the recent Washington Post All-Met fall sports selections.
Leading the way was Adam McLean, a 6-foot-3, 280-pound defensive lineman, who was named to the Post’s first team defense in football. The Post said McLean “fought through constant double teams to record 47 tackles, seven sacks and 10 tackles for loss as Cougars won 10 games.” A junior who has already received numerous offers from major college football programs, McLean will return next year to anchor the Cougars’ Black Paw Defense.
Three of McLean’s football teammates received honorable mention on the All-Met squad. They were running back Kevin Joppy, wide receiver Elliott Davis, and defensive back Kyle Gregory, all seniors.
In addition, the Post named Joppy and offensive lineman Grant Ross to the Montgomery 4A All-League offense and McLean and defensive back/return specialist Malcolm Brown to the All-League defense.
Junior Sam Sullenger, a girls’ soccer defender, and senior Rachel Feidelman, a field hockey defender, received honorable mention on the Post’s All-Met selections.