Several Charles County Public Schools (CCPS) high school student-athletes were selected as the 2021-2022 winter and fall season Washington Post All-Mets, ranking from first-team, second-team, third-team, and honorable mention. Every year, coaches from more than 250 schools in the Washington D.C., area are invited to nominate top athletes from their sports. Final selections are made by The Washington Post’s scholastic sports staff.  

All-Met players for fall sports are the Washington D.C., area’s top athletes in offensive and defensive football, volleyball, boys’ and girls’ soccer, field hockey, and cross country. All-Met players for winter sports are the Washington D.C., area’s top athletes in boys’ and girls’ basketball, ice hockey, indoor track, swimming, and wrestling.  

The CCPS students named as 2021 The Washington Post fall sport All-Mets are: 

Boys’ soccer 

First team 

  • Mikah Seger, senior, Henry E. Lackey High School. 

Football offensive 

Honorable mention 

  • Michael Craig, senior, North Point High School. 

Football defensive 

Honorable mention 

  • Arnel Heathington, senior, North Point. 
  • Justin Palmer, senior, St. Charles High School. 
  • Jamari Somerville, junior, Lackey. 

The CCPS students named as 2022 The Washington Post winter sport All-Mets are: 

Girls’ swimming 

Second team 

  • Addy Donnick, sophomore, La Plata High School. 
Addy Donnick, sophomore, La Plata High School. Credit: Charles County Public Schools

Boys’ Basketball 

Third Team 

  • Jacory Wilkes, senior, Thomas Stone High School. 

Honorable Mention 

  • Amir Dade, senior, St. Charles. 
  • Aaron Herron, senior, Westlake High School. 

Girls’ Basketball 

Honorable mention 

  • Natalie Johnson, senior, North Point. 

Boys’ Indoor track 

Honorable mention 

  • Kevin Collins, senior, North Point. 
  • Jalil Singleton, senior, Westlake
  • Myles Jackson, senior, Westlake


Honorable mention 

  • Tavon Proctor, senior, La Plata. 

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