Maia Cheeks, South River, field hockey
The senior forward had four goals and two assists in three games last week, including a goal against Severna Park in Thursday’s Anne Arundel County championship game, a 1-1 tie, leading the Seahawks to a share of the county crown. In her second varsity season, Cheeks is the Seahawks’ leading scorer with 12 goals and two assists; included in her total are five game-winning goals. After a two-goal, two-assist performance in a 7-1 win over Annapolis on Oct. 17, she scored the lone goal in a1-0 win over Arundel the next day. This week, South River rose to No. 3 in The Baltimore Sun’s poll with a 13-1-1 mark. Cheeks, who also has played for the Spark club team the past four years, plans to play field hockey at Seton Hill while studying to become a physician’s assistant.
OTHERS CONSIDERED: Emily Conley, Old Mill, soccer; Rachel Fontz, Old Mill, field hockey; Ally Furnari, Maryvale Prep, field hockey; Savannah Gray, C. Milton Wright, field hockey; Meghan Harmon, Manchester Valley, field hockey; LisiHurst, Century, soccer; Grace Olson, Glenelg, field hockey