2024 All Senior Team

The 2024 All-Senior Team was chosen based on multiple factors including leadership, individual accolades, team success, and contribution to Sherwood Athletics during high school.

Compiled by Noah Bair, Thomas Fenner, and Hannah Mushahwar

Top Row (from left): Liam Irving, Garrett Smith, Alex Lacey, Kobi Gyan, Johnny Markos, Brody Monroe, and Vasili Siarkas Middle Row: Maddie Simpkins, Taylor Corrothers, Ellie Russell, Emma Walsh, Andy Ruiz Orellana, Micah Webb, Mac Crismond, and Brian Wilbur Bottom Row: Adrianna Caponiti, Neha Sufi, Savannah Weisman, Olivia Hardy, Katie Roecklein, Marley Hillman, Emma Mascari, and Alexa Lyons

Jeb Buffington
(Football, Boys Lacrosse)

Excelling in both lacrosse and football, Buffington had a successful career with legacies in both sports. Playing offensive and defensive line on the varsity football team for two years as well as being the face-off specialist for lacrosse, Buffington served as an anchor for both sports. He also made First Team All-County for both teams his senior year, and holds the school record for most faceoffs won in a game, season, and career.

Adrianna Caponiti


Caponiti was on the varsity swim and dive team for all four years of her career. Captaining the team during both her junior and senior year, she is a three time recipient of the Washington Post All-Met Honorable Mention and won the regional champion title for 100 fly and placed 6th at states in 500 free. She will continue her swimming career at Loyola University in Baltimore, where she will compete in Division I swimming.

Taylor Corrothers

(Girls Basketball, Girls Soccer)

Corrothers has been a significant part of both the basketball and soccer programs as a guard, forward, and goalie. She was named a captain of the varsity basketball team her senior year, and performed as one of the leading scorers for the division championship Warriors. Corrothers was named First Team All-Division this year and was named to the second team last year for basketball.

Mac Crismond
(Boys Basketball, Baseball)

As a standout athlete, Crismond played for the varsity basketball and baseball teams during his time at Sherwood. Both as an infielder and pitcher, Crismond earned All-State honors and played a huge role in the Warriors’ last two championship seasons as the starting pitcher in both championship games. Crismond is committed to play baseball at the University of Charleston (WV).

Kobi Gyan
(Boys Basketball, Track & Field)

On the varsity basketball team, Gyan started every game at power forward his senior season and was a member of the regional championship team his junior season. Gyan took up track and field in his senior year, competing in the high jump and incredibly earning the second highest jump in school history. Gyan will continue his basketball career at Swarthmore College in Pennsylvania.

Olivia Hardy
(Girls and Coed Volleyball)

Playing as an outside hitter and defensive specialist, Hardy played for the girls varsity volleyball team in the fall for two years and varsity coed volleyball in the spring for three years. Hardy was a pivotal player in winning Regionals in 2023 for the coed team. Additionally, due to her long-time dedication and year round commitment, she was named captain of coed volleyball and was an All Star Player her senior season.

Marley Hillman
(Girls Soccer)

Hillman played girls varsity for soccer for all four years of high school, a testament to her caliber as a player. During her career playing both center and wing back, she roamed the defensive line. In her sophomore season, Hillman was a contributor to the team’s run to the state semifinals in 2022. Hillman captained the team during her junior and senior years, earning a Maryland All-State nomination and All-Met Nomination.

Liam Irving

As an outfielder on the varsity baseball team, Irving played an integral part in the Warriors’ state championship runs in 2022 and 2023. His defensive skills saved the team many runs by gunning down runners, even earning the team Gold Glove honor and Rookie of the Year honor in his first year playing varsity baseball. Irving will continue his playing career at Allegheny College in Pennsylvania, competing at the Division III level.

Alex Lacey
(Football, Boys Lacrosse)

Lacey was a three-year starter on both the football and lacrosse teams, earning many honors and accolades in each sport. He was named All-County and All-Region for both sports during his junior and senior seasons, and was a part of the Warriors’ run to the state semifinals in lacrosse in 2023. Lacey will continue his successful lacrosse playing career at Hampton University in Virginia, playing at the Division I level.

Alexa Lyons
(Field Hockey, Girls Basketball, Girls Lacrosse)

Playing three sports over her career at Sherwood, Lyons has been a member of many winning teams over the years. She has been a varsity lacrosse player all four years, as well as a member of the golf and basketball teams the last two years. She was named captain in all three sports in 2024 and has been on both the First and Second All-County teams. Lyons was also a part of four straight regional championship teams in lacrosse.

Johnny Markos
(Boys Soccer, Boys Basketball, Coed Volleyball)

Markos played varsity soccer for three years, while also being a member of volleyball for two years. He also added varsity basketball to his impressive portfolio as a senior. As a multi-sport athlete, Markos proved his value as a teammate to a number of fellow athletes. Markos was a captain on varsity soccer as a senior, and served as a key factor in winning the division championship in back to back.

Emma Mascari
(Girls Soccer, Track & Field)

As a dual-sport athlete, Mascari has been a key part of both the varsity soccer and track and field rosters. She played two years as an outside back for soccer and competed for three years in outdoor track, running the 400m, 200m, and 100m. Mascari was named captain of the outdoor track team her senior year and finished top 10 in the region for the 400m the past two years.

Brody Monroe
(Boys Lacrosse)

A long-stick midfielder as well as defender, Monroe has been a key piece of the lacrosse team’s success all four years during his time on varsity. His importance to the team culminated with him being named a captain as a senior. During his time, boys lacrosse was a four-time regional champion, three-time state semifinalist, and the 2023 state runner-up. Monroe was named Second Team All-Division the past three years and is off to continue his lacrosse career at Frostburg State University.

Andy Ruiz Orellana
(Boys Soccer, Coed Volleyball)

Orellana played varsity soccer and co-ed volleyball during his time as a Warrior, but undoubtedly had the biggest impact on the soccer team. Despite only joining the program as a junior, he immediately made the defensive line stronger and tighter as a whole. In 2023, he was a divisional champion with the team and was named an All-State Honorable Mention. He will continue his playing career at Hood College in Frederick.

Katie Roecklein
(Girls Soccer)

Roecklein has been one of the most accomplished attacking players at Sherwood during her three years of varsity soccer. As a captain her junior and senior year, she took home team MVP both years and capped her career off by breaking the school scoring record for girls soccer. Roecklein was a member of the 2021 regional championship team her sophomore year, as well as the divisional championship team in 2023 during her senior season.

Ellie Russell
(Girls and Coed Volleyball)

Joining co-ed volleyball as a freshman and girls volleyball as a sophomore, Russell made an immediate impact on both teams and was one of the program’s most important players during her time at Sherwood. She helped lead the girls volleyball team to a regional championship during her sophomore and junior seasons as an outside hitter and defensive specialist and was a captain for both girls and coed volleyball her senior year.

Vasili Siarkas
(Football, Wrestling, Boys Lacrosse)

Siarkas played varsity football, wrestling, and lacrosse for three years at Sherwood, graduating as one of the most involved athletes in the school. Playing linebacker, Siarkas won the ‘unsung hero award’ for the Warrior football team in 2023. As for wrestling, he was named captain all three years and collected more than 100 wins in his career, finishing third in counties in 2023-24. Siarkas played varsity lacrosse for three years, appearing in multiple regional championships and a state championship.

Maddie Simpkins
(Swim & Dive)

Simpkins was on the varsity swim and dive team for all four years of her high school career. Captaining the team during her 2023-2024 season, Simpkins finished 18th at Metros for dive. Simpkins is not only recognized for her individual success, but is also a pivotal part of the success and coaching of the dive team by being a leader when Coach Burnsky is with the swimmers. Her support, advice, and dedication makes her a standout athlete where her contributions have aided the team as a whole.

Garrett Smith

Smith has been an outstanding player to the baseball team, playing on varsity for two years and named a captain his senior year. He played first base and was a starting pitcher for the Warriors’ state championship game in 2023 and their county championship win in 2023. Despite not having the state championship run that the team wanted in 2024, Smith played a large part in their regular season success. Smith will continue his baseball career at Frederick Community College in the fall.

Neha Sufi

Sufi has been a dual athlete in varsity golf for two years and softball for three, captaining both teams her senior year. She was the lone senior for the softball team this season, and her leadership and dedication was a pivotal part of the team winning the 2024 3A state championship. Playing third base, she contributed to winning the state championship in 2022 as well as the team winning regionals in 2023.

Emma Walsh
(Girls Lacrosse)

Walsh has been a midfielder for the girls varsity lacrosse team all four years of high school. As a captain her last two years, Walsh led the team to four straight regional championships and was named First Team All-County three years in a row. Walsh is committed to Lindenwood University in Missouri where she will continue her lacrosse career at the Division 1 level. Walsh has cemented herself as one of the most exceptional lacrosse midfielders in school history.

Micah Webb
(Boys Basketball)

Webb has been a member of the varsity basketball team for the past two years, playing big minutes as a junior and starting every game his senior season at point guard. Webb was an important part of the Warriors’ regional championship and state semifinal appearances last season. As a consistent leading scorer for the Warriors, Webb also participated in the Montgomery County All Star game, competing with the county’s most accomplished players from this season as a Sherwood Warrior.

Savannah Weisman
(Girls Volleyball, Girls Basketball, Lacrosse)

Weisman participated in multiple varsity sports throughout her time at Sherwood, playing basketball for two years as well as volleyball and lacrosse for four. A versatile athlete, she excelled in lacrosse. As a goalie and captain her junior and senior years, she aided the team to win the regional championships for lacrosse all four years. Additionally, she received the Second Team Honorable Mention for lacrosse her senior year. Weisman will continue to play lacrosse at Lee University this fall.

Brian Wilbur

A member of the swim and dive team each of his four years, Wilbur cemented himself as one of the most accomplished swimmers in school history, holding two records in the 100m breaststroke. Wilbur was a junior and senior captain the past two years, and won regionals in 2023 and 2024, before winning states in 2024 as a senior. He was also named an All-American and All-Met swimmer in 2024. Wilbur will continue his swimming career at the University of Delaware.