Mika hon­ored by Com­mu­nity TV

Maryland Independent - - Sports -

Ste­vie Michelle Mika, a Charles County res­i­dent, was one of four ath­letes to be ac­knowl­edged for her skill in girls soc­cer at a Jan. 24 event by Com­mu­nity TV in Prince Ge­orge’s County. Each stu­dent was taken on set to es­tab­lish a photo and pro­file of each of them and CTV is plan­ning to use these pro­files to fol­low these stu­dents as their ca­reer in sports blos­soms. These pro­files will be set up on the CTV web­site in the near fu­ture. Mika be­gan play­ing soc­cer at age 7 1/2 with the La Plata youth team. She showed tal­ent as a goal­keeper right from day one and has been a goal­keeper ever since. Last year, Mika at­tended Mil­ton M. Somers Mid­dle School and has up to then been ed­u­cated in the schools in Charles County. Her tal­ent as goal­keeper caught the in­ter­est of the Bishop McNa­mara High School’s sports depart­ment and Mika be­gan at­tend­ing McNa­mara, of Prince Ge­orge’s County, for the 201617 school year. Mika, a fresh­man, is a straight A-plus stu­dent. Dave Mongey is McNa­mara’s head coach. Mika made the All-County team for fall sports in Prince Ge­orge’s County. She was also named to All-Wash­ing­ton Catholic Ath­letic Con­fer­ence sec­ond team, lead­ing the con­fer­ence in saves for fall 2016, and was named The Wash­ing­ton Post All-Met player of the week for her out­stand­ing per­for­mance against Good Coun­sel. Mika plays for U-15 Mary­land United travel team which plays in the Elite Club Na­tional League.

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