Dolgeville players named CSC all-stars
Several Dolgeville players were among those named to the Center State Conference boys soccer Division II all-star team.
Anthony Chromczak and Chandler Riddell were named first-team all-stars for the Blue Devils, who went 2-14 overall. Andrew Mosenthin was named honorable mention for Dolgeville.
Cooperstown’s Ted Mebust was named the Division II Player of the Year and a first-team all-star.
The Hawkeyes also had Sam Bonderoff and Josh Briggs named to the first team.
Little Falls had Carlin Straney, Nathan Massicotte and Ryan Feane selected to the first team, while Frankfort-Schuyler’s Alex Reid, Chris Millington and Noah Lape also earned first-team honors. Herkimer’s Antonio Morra rounded out the first-team honorees.
In addition to its three first-team selections, Cooperstown also had Jack Lambert, Noah Lifgren and Ethan Niles named honorable mention
Little Falls had Nick Visconti, Jason Gehr and Kyle Stowell earn honorable-mention status, while Frankfort-Schuyler’s Jack Bono, Tyler Karpowich and Jordan Kane also were honored.
Rounding out the honorable-mention selections was Herkimer’s Brett Bala.
In Division I, Holland Patent’s Connor Lynskey was named Player of the Year and a first-team all-star.
Holland Patent also had Youri Beaumkem and Tucker Garrett named first-team all-stars.
Clinton had Matt Kowalczyk, Josh Houle, Garrett Frank and Matt Orlando selected to the first-team, while Canastota’s Steve Scaramuzzino and Ethan O’Connell also earned first-team honors.
Rounding out the first team selections were Adirondack’s Sean Banks, Sherburne-Earlville’s Kyle Cole and Adirondack’s Andy Scouten.
In addition to its first-team honorees, Holland Patent also had Rodrigo Guttierez, Owen Williams and Ryan Kelly named honorable mention.
Clinton’s Mark Lewis, Henry Garner and Cody Jones also earned honorable-mention status, along with Canastota’s Kelli Whitmeyer and Dawson Lester.
Rounding out the honorable-mention selections were Adirondack’s Adam Mercer and Sherburne-Earlville’s Thad Karaman.
Mount Markham’s Brady Wheelock was selected as the CSC Division III Player of the Year. Wheelock also was named a first-team all-star.
The Mustangs also had David Duh, Shawn Flood and Jon Coons named first-team all-stars.
Hamilton had Diego Kagle, Geordi Geier and Mike Kelly selected to the first team, while Waterville’s Keith Prindle and Ben Petrie also earned first-team honors.
Rounding out the first-team selections were Westmoreland’s Luke Fredsell, Sauquoit Valley’s Nick Schoop and Westmoreland’s Devon Slaboc.
In addition to its first-team honorees, Mount Markham had Uber Ixlas, Boris Ixlas and Jordan Baucom named honorable mention.
Hamilton’s Dale Lake, Ben Bikowsky and Eathon Pendleton-Witherspoon were named honorable mention, along with Waterville’s Brandon English and Zach Beach.
Completing the honorable-mention selections were Westmoreland’s Sam Sill and Sauquoit Valley’s Kuba Gaszyzsk.
In Division IV, Poland’s P.J. Mahoney was named Player of the Year and a first-team all-star.
The Tornadoes also had Quentin McKerrow and Jesse Johnson named to the first team.
Remsen had Jacob Rowlands, Morgan Rotach and Will Rowland selected to the first team, while Old Forge’s Tyler Kearns and Dylan LaPorte also earned first-team honors.
Rounding out the first-team honorees were Owen D. Young’s Jeff Yaun and Jerimiah Edick.
In addition to its first-team selections, Poland had James Kattato, Joe Gillespie and Gavyn Flansburg named honorable mention.
Completing the honorable-mention selections were Remsen’s Alex Marfone and Derek Kohl; Old Forge’s Josh Kelly and Charlie Uzdavinis; and Owen D. Young’s Anthony Chiachia.
2016 Center State Conference Boys Soccer All-Stars
Player of the Year: Connor Lynskey (Holland Patent)
Clinton: Matt Kowalczyk, Josh Houle, Garrett Frank, Matt Orlando
Holland Patent: Connor Lynskey, Youri Beaumkem, Tucker Garrett
Canastota: Steven Scaramuzzino, Ethan O’Connell
Adirondack: Sean Banks, Andy Scouten
Sherburne-Earlville: Kyle Cole
Clinton: Mark Lewis, Henry Garner, Cody Jones
Holland Patent: Rodrigo Guttierez, Owen Williams, Ryan Kelly
Canastota: Kelli Whitmeyer, Dawson Lester
Adirondack: Adam Mercer
Sherburne-Earlville: Thad Karaman
Player of the Year: Ted Mebust (Cooperstown)
Cooperstown: Ted Mebust, Sam Bonderoff, Josh Briggs
Little Falls: Carlin Straney, Nathan Massicotte, Ryan Feane
Frankfort-Schuyler: Alex Reid, Chris Millington, Noah Lape
Dolgeville: Anthony Chromczak, Chandler Riddell
Herkimer: Antonio Morra
Cooperstown: Jack Lambert, Noah Lifgren, Ethan Niles
Little Falls: Nick Visconti, Jason Gehr, Kyle Stowell
Frankfort-Schuyler: Jack Bono, Tyler Karpowich, Jordan Kane
Dolgeville: Andrew Mosenthin
Herkimer: Brett Bala, Herkimer
Player of the Year: Brady Wheelock (Mount Markham)
Mount Markham: Brady Wheelock, David Duh, Shawn Flood, Jon Coons
Hamilton: Diego Kagle, Geordi Geier, Mike Kelly
Waterville: Keith Prindle, Ben Petrie
Westmoreland: Luke Fredsell, Devon Slaboc
Sauquoit Valley: Nick Schloop
Mount Markham: Uber Ixlas, Boris Ixlas, Jordan Baucom
Hamilton: Dale Lake, Ben Bikowsky, Eathon Pendleton-Witherspoon
Waterville: Brandon English, Zach Beach
Westmoreland: Sam Sill
Sauquoit Valley: Kuba Gaszyzsk
Player of the Year: PJ Mahoney (Poland)
Poland: PJ Mahoney, Quentin McKerrow, Jesse Johnson
Remsen: Jacob Rowlands, Morgan Rotach, Will Rowland
Old Forge: Tyler Kearns, Dylan LaPorte
Owen D. Young: Jeff Yaun, Jerimiah Edick
Poland: James Kattato, Joe Gillespie, Gavyn Flansburg
Remsen: Alex Marfone, Derek Kohl
Old Forge:Josh Kelly, Charlie Uzdavinis
Owen D. Young: Anthony Chiachia