Calvert Hall senior attackman Patrick Kelly, The Sun's All-Metro Player of the Year, has been named the C. Markland Kelly Award winner as Maryland's top high school lacrosse player.
The North Carolina-bound Kelly led the No. 1 Cardinals (16-2) to the Maryland Interscholastic Athletic Association A Conference championship with 44 goals and 41 assists this season.
The Kelly Award is in its 65th year and the winner is selected by a committee chosen from the Maryland State Lacrosse Coaches Association and media representatives.
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In addition to the top honor, companion awards are also made in each high school division. Other area players awarded were Fallston defenseman Zack Esser (Class 2A-1A); Hereford midfielder Ted Dimiris (Class 3A-2A) and South River attackman Ben Chisolm (Class 4A-3A).