Kladstrup, Rice, Rouhana, Uebelacker, Vogt, Wetzel and Wolfe earn top Monroe County honors

Top (l-r): Jude Rouhana and Joe Vogt. Middle: Zach Wolfe and Patrick Uebelacker. Bottom: Dylan Kladstrup and Dylan Rice. Side: Gunnar Wetzel. (Photos: MICHELLE MARTLEW DeHOND, MIKE GENTILE and SUE KANE).

By JOHN LIKANJE

Dylan Kladstrup and Joe Vogt both led their respective squads to a sectional title. Dylan Rice, Jude Rouhana, Gunnar Wetzel and Zach Wolfe were their team’s leading goal scorers. Patrick Uebelacker spearheaded Spencerport’s defense and was third on the squad in points.

The seven seniors were named the Players of the Year for their respective divisions as announced by Monroe County coaches.

Rouhana and Vogt shared Division I co-Player of the Year honors. Rouhana finished tied for first on Fairport in goals scored with seven. The senior midfielder netted four of his seven goals in the first four matches of the season. Rouhana added six assists as well. The senior midfielder’s best games of the season were two goals in a 4-1 win at Webster Schroeder on Columbus Day and three assists in a sectional quarterfinals victory over Rush-Henrietta. The Red Raiders advanced to their second straight sectional final.

Teammates Caden Brunken, Kevin Clifford, Aidan Fish, Garrett Kucera and Myles Palmer joined Rouhana. Brunken led the Red Raiders with eight assists and seven goals. Palmer recorded five goals and four assists. Kucera posted four goals. Fish was part of a Red Raiders’ attack which scored 31 goals in 13 games. Clifford led a defense which held their opponents to 12 goals all season.

Vogt was second on Penfield with eight goals as the Patriots went undefeated and won the Class AA title. The senior defender scored in back-to-back matches three times. Vogt collected a pair of assists as well. The senior defender netted two goals twice – both against Webster Schroeder: October 24th in a 7-1 road win and in the sectional quarterfinals.

Teammates Eric Martin, Shane McMillan, Cristiano Mounnarat, Tahj Mounnarat, Zach Randall and Mark Zilist joined Vogt. McMillan was the top scorer in Monroe County with 17 goals plus six assists. Cristiano and Tahj Mounnarat both handed out seven helpers. Cristiano Mounnarat netted three goals and Tahj Mounnarat one. Zilist had six goals and one assist. Randall contributed to a Patriots offense which averaged 3.4 goals per game. Martin led a defense which only allowed four goals the entire season and pitched 10 shutouts, including seven straight to end the campaign.

Nate Battaglia, Cody Cavuoto and Isaiah Johnson made the Division I First Team for Hilton. Cavuoto led the Cadets with seven goals and four assists. Battaglia posted 41 saves and only allowed nine goals in 746 minutes in goal. Johnson scored a goal and was part of a defense which held opponents to 12 over the span of 11 matches.

Max Fiorica and Thomas Gravino earned First Team honors for Victor. Fiorica buried a team-high seven goals along with two helpers. Gravino added three goals and a pair of assists. Eli Boothby (Webster Schroeder) and Sam Casaverde (Rush-Henrietta) rounded out the Division I First Team. Boothby led the Warriors with three goals. Casaverde was part of a Royal Comets’ defense which held opponents to 2.7 goals per game.

Brandon Andracki, Josh D’Angelo and Hawk Lindner made the Division I Second Team for Hilton. Andracki and Linder combined for four goals and one assist. D’Angelo contributed to the Cadets’ defense which held teams to one goal or less in eight games.

Angelo Lebron and Tom Stojanov earned Second Team honors for Rush-Henrietta. Lebron had three goals and one assist while Stojanov contributed to a Royal Comets offense which posted 15 points this season.

Adam Blackwell, Austin Clifton and Connor Cronin rounded out the Division I Second Team for Victor. Blackwell and Clifton combined for three assists and two goals. Cronin compiled 54 saves in 769 minutes of guarding the net.

Uebelacker and Wolfe shared Division II co-Player of the Year honors. Wolfe was fourth in the county in scoring with 12 goals while adding three helpers. Of the eight games in which he scored a goal, the senior attacker netted multiple shots three times: two in a 5-2 win at Gates-Chili on October 17th and again in a 4-nil win over Webster Schroeder on October 26th and a hat trick in a 4-0 win over Irondequoit on October 21st.

Teammates Isaac Buckley, Wyatt Dutro, Taner Goren, Nick Harrington, Brendan Hill and Dominic Sgro joined Wolfe. Goren was second on the Titans in scoring with five assists and four goals. Hill added three goals and three assists. Sgro posted four assists and one goal. Buckley and Harrington combined for five assists and two goals.

Despite being a defender, Uebelacker finished tied for second on Spencerport with five goals along with three assists. The senior led a Rangers defense which pitched six shutouts as well. In those games, the Rangers outscored their opponents, 27-nil. Overall, Uebelacker helped the backline only allow 13 goals. The Rangers advanced to the sectional semifinals this season.

Teammates Josh Ockrin, Sujan Rajamohan, Vincent Ranieri and Jacob Schlierf joined Uebelacker. Rajamohan led the Rangers in scoring with seven goals and three assists. Ranieri recorded nine assists and five goals. Ockrin and Schlierf combined for three assists and contributed to the Rangers’ defense.

Caleb Bailey, Gaven Egan and Colton McCane made the Division II First Team for Churchville-Chili. Bailey was the Saints’ leading scorer with nine goals and two assists. Egan paced the offense with nine assists and a goal. McCane had four goals and three assists as a defender.

Chase Alexandre and Robbie Daly earned First Team honors for Brighton. Alexandre had two goals while Daly led a Barons defense which held opponents to 11 goals the entire season. Bryan Friedel (Irondequoit) and Dominic Lippa (Gates-Chili) rounded out the Division II First Team. Friedel scored one of the Eagles’ 13 goals this season. Lippa had a goal of his own.

Luke Abraham, Alex Blondale and Noah Donner made the Division II Second Team for Churchville-Chili. Blondale netted three goals. Abraham and Donner contributed to a Saints’ offense which scored 20 goals this season.

Marshall McRae and Elijah Murray earned Second Team honors for Gates-Chili. McRae posted two assists. Murray accumulated 84 saves in 902 minutes in goal. Daniel Kennedy and Michael Wood rounded out the Division II Second Team for Irondequoit. Kennedy scored three goals while Wood had an assist.

Kladstrup and Rice shared Division III co-Player of the Year honors. Kladstrup was third in Monroe County in scoring with 14 goals and five assists to lead Pittsford Sutherland to the Class A title. Of the eight games in which he scored a goal, the senior midfielder netted multiple shots three times: two in a 3-nil win over Aquinas on October 27th, a hat trick in a 6-nil win over Canandaigua on November 4th and a season-high four goals in a 4-nil win over Pittsford Mendon on November 7th.

Teammates David Adeleke-Adedoyin, Ian Bowen, Will Field, Jack Leahy and Matthew Nixon joined Kladstrup. Field was second on the Knights in scoring with 10 goals and six assists. Leahy contributed three goals and two assists. Adeleke-Adedoyin, Bowen and Field led a defense which held opponents to eight goals all season. Nixon recorded 13 saves in 260 minutes guarding the net.

Rice led Greece Athena with eight goals and seven assists as the reigning state finalists sported a 9-3-1 record and advanced to the sectional quarterfinals. The senior midfielder recorded two goals and two assists in back-to-back games: on October 17th in a 7-nil win at Brockport and October 21st in a 5-2 win at Canandaigua.

Teammates Jared Burns, Joe Fazio, Ryan Fitzgerald, Nate Masucci, Gavin Rice and Michael Tracey joined Dylan Rice. Fitzgerald was tied for second on the Trojans in scoring with six goals and two assists. Masucci netted five goals and handed out three helpers. Gavin Rice recorded four goals and six assists. Fazio and Tracey contributed to a Knights’ attack which scored 34 goals this season. Burns compiled 47 saves in 775 minutes in goal.

Oliver Harvieux and Dominick Spychalski made the Division III First Team for Canandaigua. Spychalski led the Braves with eight goals. Harvieux contributed two assists. Aidan Lewandowski and Lorenzo Ramos-Chavez earned First Team honors for Greece Arcadia. Lewandowski had seven assists and two goals. Ramos-Chavez was part of a Titans’ offense which scored 19 goals.

Jeremiah Anandarajah and Dominic Tabechian made the First Team for Pittsford Mendon. Tabechian led the Vikings with six assists and five goals. Anandarajah posted three goals and one assist while helping the defense hold teams to one goal per game. Liam Fitzpatrick (Brockport) rounded out the Division III First Team.

Milan Blaakman, HaJoon Lee and Nuri Sarbubak earned Division III Second Team honors for Pittsford Mendon. Lee and Sarbubak combined for four goals and two assists. Blaakman accumulated 53 saves in 1,092 minutes defending the net.

Ryan Kurowski and Zane Mullally made the Second Team for Canandaigua. Adam Strand and Gabriel Taylor earned Second Team honors for Greece Arcadia. Strand led the Titans with six goals and one assist. Taylor compiled 86 saves in 1,252 minutes in goal. Dom Viola (Brockport) rounded out the Division III Second Team. The senior defender led the Blue Devils with three goals.

Wetzel was second in Monroe County in scoring with 15 goals and one assist to lead Honeoye Falls-Lima to a 10-0-1 record and the top seed in Class A. Of the nine games in which he scored a goal, the senior midfielder netted multiple shots four times: two goals twice (5-nil season-opening win at Batavia and again plus one assist in a 6-1 win over Greece Olympia on October 24th) and two hat tricks (8-nil win at Greece Odyssey on Halloween and a 4-nil win at Greece Olympia on November 6th).

Teammates David Brassie, Xavier Carbonel, Will Eby, John Henry Woloszuk, Cade Ratliff-Kailbourne and Tyler Terwilliger joined Wetzel. Brassie was second on the Cougars in scoring with six assists and five goals. Eby recorded four goals and three assists. Henry Woloszuk had two goals and two assists. Carbonel and Terwilliger contributed to a Cougars’ attack which exploded for 38 goals this season. Ratliff-Kailbournce posted 35 saves and only allowed three goals in 650 minutes.

Alaadin Ali, Stirling Delves, Ethan Urbanek and Alex Wood made the Division IV First Team for Eastridge. Ali and Delves were the Lancers’ leading scorers with five goals and two assists apiece. Wood contributed five assists and two goals. Urbanek was the Lancers’ starting goalkeeper.

Carter Havens and Faraz Idress earned First Team honors for Batavia. Havens netted a pair of goals. Dennis Banahene rounded out the Division IV First Team for Greece Olympia. The senior midfielder posted four goals.

Paul Lombardo, Ryan Michelsen and Gavin Watt made the Division IV Second Team for Greece Odyssey. The two midfielders and defender combined for three goals and three assists. Muqtada Alafari, William Buttino and Eric Hill earned Second Team honors for Greece Olympia. Alafari led the Spartans with seven goals and two assists. Buttino followed up with eight assists and three goals. Hill added a goal and an assist as a defender.

Noah Delcamp and Nick Grover made the Division IV Second Team for Batavia. Grover led the Blue Devils with six goals. Delcamp was the starting goalkeeper. Donovan Palma and Collin Thomas-Fayed rounded out the Second Team for Eastridge. The defender duo were part of a Lancers’ squad which held opponents to 1.4 goals per game.

Mike Butler (Greece Athena), John Cotsonas (Penfield), Brandon Every (Batavia), Tom Gillett (Irondequoit), Steve Grose (Webster Thomas) and Sean Hopkins (Pittsford Sutherland) earned Coach of the Year honors. Cotsonas led the Patriots to a 13-0-0 record and the Class AA sectional title. Gillett coached the Eagles to a four-game unbeaten streak after dropping their season-opening match. Grose led the Titans to the Division II league title and the No. 3 seed in Class A. Butler paced the Trojans to the Division III title and the sectional quarterfinals. Hopkins led the Knights to a 14-game unbeaten streak after dropping their season-opening match which included the Class A sectional title. Every coached the Blue Devils to the No. 3 seed in Class B1 and the sectional semifinals.

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