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THE SPORTS REPORTS: CORNING'S ROSNO HEADLINES ALL-REGION BOYS SOCCER TEAM; VALLEY WELL-REPRESENTED (2023-12-22)

The Sports Reports
Corning’s Carter Rosno capped a record-breaking high school career with an outstanding senior season. He is  The Sports Reports’ 2023 All Region Boys’ Soccer “Player of the Year.”

Rosno finished the season with 40 goals, setting the school single-season record for goals. He also established a new career mark for goals for the Hawks.

Prior to this year, the career scoring record for Corning was 42 goals and Rosno nearly matched that in one season.

He also had eight assists on the year, helping Corning win a Section 4 title. He was an all-state selection.

Owego’s Vasil Brich had a big junior season, scoring 16 goals and dishing out nine assists. He is this year’s “Offensive Player of the Year.”

Williamson keeper Logan Stickler is this year’s “Defensive Player of the Year.” Williamson allowed just 15 goals all year, and just nine before their final three games of the year. Stickler had a .79 goals against average on the season and seven clean sheets.

The Corning Hawks won division and sectional titles and coach Chad Freelove is this year’s “Coach of the Year.”

The Hawks’ Taylor Freelove had 11 goals and eight assists as a key player for the Hawks in their sectional title run. He is this year’s “Newcomer of the Year.”

ALL-REGION BOYS SOCCER
PLAYER OF THE YEAR:
Carter Rosno, Corning
OFFENSIVE PLAYER OF THE YEAR: Vasil Brich, Owego
DEFENSIVE PLAYER OF THE YEAR: Logan Stickler, Williamson
NEWCOMER OF THE YEAR: Taylor Freelove, Corning
COACH OF THE YEAR: Chad Freelove, Corning

FIRST TEAM

Carter Rosno, Corning
Vasil Brich, Owego
Logan Stickler, Williamson
Taylor Freelove, Corning
Ben Church, Horseheads
Sam Brenen-Buseck, Elmira
Luca Capelli, Elmira
Caleb Anderson, Corning
Kevin Green, Notre Dame
Eli Stanton, NEB
Tyler Roe, Tioga
Alex Campbell, Athens

Matt Higgins, Owego
Steven Novak, SVEC
Noah Banks, SVEC
Rohan Amin, Corning
Jake Kempton, Corning
Zyir VanScoy, Owego
Micaiah Fitch, Wellsboro

SECOND TEAM
Jordan Monroe, Williamson
Caden Smith, Wellsboro
Brady Stetter, NP-Liberty
Bela Krenner, Newark Valley
Ben Rollison, Owego
Jackson Potter, Notre Dame
Elijah Friend, Horseheads
Gabe Patterson, Notre Dame
Ashtyn Traugott-Knoll, Elmira
Jake Bennett, Horseheeads
Josh Stanton, NEB
Brady Spalding, Troy
Ethan Landmesser, Tioga
Sam Knight, Waverly
Korey Miller, Athens

Zach Wilcox, NP-Liberty

THIRD TEAM

Jaxson Belokur, Owego
Jason Jantz, SVEC
Brady Hill, Newark Valley
James Wales, Newak Valley
Connor Chobot, Owego
Zach Brodfuehrer, Newark Valley
Will Craparo, Newark Valley
Luke Mertus, Corning
Alex Large, Corning
Ryan Anderson, Horseheads
Jose Marcotti Neto, Notre Dame
Seaver Nellis, Corning
Matt Mucci, Horseheads
Connor Barnes, Towanda
Jack Wheaton, Towanda
Andrew Beers, NEB
Griff Schillmoeller, Waverly
James Miller, Tioga
Jake Browne, Tioga

Lucas Cuneo, Wellsboro
Micah Vickery, Wellsboro
Ayren Morgan, Williamson
Gabe Sprouse, Wellsboro
Jack Bryant, Wellsboro

ROOKIE TEAM

Taylor Freelove, Corning
Steven Novak, SVEC
Nick Grazul, Athens
Finn Schweizer, Notre Dame
Charlie Warner, Corning
Maxime Gonzalez, Corning
Devin Ianovici, Corning
Landyn Proudfoot, Corning
Tommy Klee, Horseheads
Dominic Capilli, Elmira
Landon Cook, Elmira
Chase Christian, Elmira
Brody Hamilton, Elmira
Riley O’Herron, Elmira
Grayson Timmons, Corning
Gavin Lyon, Troy
Carson Glantz, Towanda
Dan Barrett, NEB
Sirron Irvin, SVEC

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