The 2011 Broadalbin-Perth boys varsity soccer team will be inducted into the Broadalbin-Perth Sports Hall of Fame on Saturday. The team included Madison Wilcox, Ethan Church, Dominic Kwiatkowski, Conner Phillips, Mark Sylvia, Phil Dumais, Scott Everson, Tucker Wilcox, A.J. Klemczak, Ben Bellandi, Mayur Patel, Chance Steele, Trevor Rivenburgh, Anthony Payne, Logan Ackley, Connor Monks, Jake Rasmussen, Justin Marek and Francesco Mastrocinque. The head coach was Brian Henry, with Dan Simonds, Chris Korona and Bill Eipp serving as assistant coaches. The program manager was Katie Monks and the team manager was Sara Korona. (Photo submitted)
The 2009 Broadalbin-Perth boys varsity soccer team will be inducted into the Broadalbin-Perth Sports Hall of Fame on Saturday. The team included Jared Retersdorf, Jared Fagan, Steve Sullivan, Bryant Smith, Jared LaPorte, Alessandro Macchiarelli, Adam Hoye-Simek, Vincent Zaluski, Brody Stewart, Rob Douglas, Bryan Baia, Kyle Ward, Caleb Gruet, Jason Barrett, Nick Klemczak, Arjun Shah, Jake Samples, Madison Wilcox and Dominic Kwiakowski. The head coach was Brian Henry, with Dan Simonds, Chris Korona and Wendell Edwards serving as assistant coaches. The team manager was Sara Korona and the athletic director was Adam Barnhart. (Photo submitted)
BROADALBIN — The 2009 and 2011 Broadalbin-Perth varsity boys soccer teams will be inducted into the Broadalbin-Perth Sports Hall of Fame on Saturday. The ceremony will take place at 6 p.m. in the Margaret Blowers Auditorium.
The 2009 squad won the Class B Regional Championship and made it to the Final Four of the Class B state championship, finishing the season with a record of 18-2-2. The 2011 team captured the Class B state championship and finished the season undefeated with a 19-0-3 record.
“It is fitting that both the 2009 and 2011 boys soccer teams will be inducted into the Sports Hall of Fame together,” said Brian Henry, who served as head coach. “Their accomplishments on the field have shattered the record books and the positive impact they have had on the B-P soccer program has been felt for the past decade.”
Community members are invited to attend the ceremony, which will begin with the formal induction followed by a reception in the high school cafeteria.