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17 Student Athletes Named to Washington Post All-Met Teams
Posted 06/22/2018 10:54AM

The Washington Post has released their All-Met Team selections and we have a number of Bullis athletes earning this award. Masai Russell top the chart being named Girls Track Athlete of the Year.

Click here for the Washington Post article and see the list of award winners below. Congratulations to all our student-athletes on these accomplishments.

Girls Track
Masai Russell '18 - Athlete of the Year
Cierra Pyles '18 - 1st Team
4x400 Relay - (Masai Russell, Sierra Leonard, Lauryn Harris, Ayanna Johnson)
4x100 Relay - (Masai Russell, Ashley Seymour, Sierra Leonard, Leah Phillips)

Sierra Leonard '19 - Honorable Mention
Leah Phillips '20 - Honorable Mention
Ashley Seymour '18 - Honorable Mention

Boys Track
Eric Allen Jr. '18 - 1st Team

Boys Lacrosse
Kyle Fairbanks '18 - 1st Team
Connor Shellenberger '19 - 1st Team
Robert Schain '19 - 2nd Team
Blake Rodgers '18 - Honorable Mention
Bryson Shaw '19 - Honorable Mention

Boys Tennis
Ricky Bell '19 - 1st Team

Girls Lacrosse
Julia Gilbert '19 - Honorable Mention
Maddie Ugaz '18 - Honorable Mention

Hayley Sander '18 - Honorable Mention

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