Julia Dorsey, McDonogh, soccer
The sophomore forward was instrumental in leading the Eagles (4-1-2) to two wins last week and a return to the area’s No. 1 ranking. Against then-No. 1 Archbishop Spalding on Oct. 4, she scored the game’s first two goals and made a key pass to set up the third as the Eagles took charge in an important 3-1 win, avenging their only loss of the season. In a 3-0 win over Cumberland Valley (Pa.) on Thursday, Dorsey sored a goal and added an assist. In her second varsity season, Dorsey leads McDonogh with four goals and three assists. Dorsey, also a standout lacrosse player, recently committed to North Carolina, where she plans to play soccer and lacrosse.
OTHERS CONSIDERED: Ashley Bates, Catonsville, field hockey; Sophia Hartman, Broadneck, field hockey; Lexi Roloson, Bel Air, soccer.