Rochester D&C Lists Top Players for 2012

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James BurkeThe Rochester Democrat and Chronicle announced their 2012 All-Greater Rochester Lacrosse team today. The list features the top sixteen players and another seventy-four honorable mentions were led by Fairport senior goalie, Blaze Rioden who was named "Player of the Year".

Riorden topped off an exciting year with the Red Raiders as they had an undefeated regular season and then went all the way to the New York State Class A Championship round.

 

2012 All-Greater Rochester Top 16
  Player Team
Gr
Position Next Up
  Blaze Rioden Fairport
12
Goalie Albany
  Andrew Cordes Irondequoit
12
Defense Towson
  Derek DeJoe Fairport
12
Att/Mid Syracuse
  Nick Doktor Irondequoit
12
Attack Pennsylvania
  Eric Fischer Irondequoit
12
Goalie Binghamton
  Brandon Maciejewski Penn Yan
10
Goalie Junior year
  Gunnar Miller Irondequoit
12
Midfield West Point
  Corey Parke Pittsford
12
Midfield Georgetown
  Marc Pettrone Aquinas
12
Defense West Point
  Ben Reeves Pal-Mac
10
Attack Junior year
  Justin Rehm Penfield
12
Midfield Siena
  Connor Russell Penfield
11
Midfield/FO Syracuse (verbal)
  Matt Scharr Canandaigua
12
Midfield Mercyhurst
  Pat VanBortle Fairport
12
Attack MCC
  Bradley Voigt Penn Yan
10
Attack Junior year
  Dylan Yonts Penn Yan
12
Midfield Saint Leo University
         
  Craig Whipple Irondequoit
Coach of the Year
         

Honorable Mentions

Monroe County League (MC1): Andrew Schoeneck (Penfield)- Albie DiPasquale (Pittsford) - Matt Bilak (Penfield) - Matt Condon (Penfield) - Brian Martin (Fairport) - Keith Mierzwa (Fairport) - Charlie Cummins (Penfield) - Derek Jamison (Pittsford) - Andrew Huntington (Penfield) - Joe Arcarese (Fairport) - Nick Kimmins (Penfield) - Nick Panara (Pittsford) - Cameron Pincus (Pittsford) - Stephen Quinzi (Pittsford) - Steven Ricci (Pittsford) - Jay Vakiener (Fairport)- Nick Binnert (Rush-Henrietta).

Monroe County League (MC2): Mitch Rupp (Victor) - Connor Enright (Irondequoit) - John Maloney (Victor) - Jason Boike (Honeoye Falls-Lima) - Brandon Kemp (Canandaigua) - John Novitsky (Victor) - Keanan O'Brien (Honeoye Falls-Lima) - Ben Brooks (Irondequoit) - Elijah Kenney (Irondequoit) - Alex Shoemaker (Irondequoit) - Nick Weston (Honeoye Falls-Lima) - Casey Kopp (Brighton) - Alex Ballatori (Brighton).

Monroe County League (MC3): Derek Richards (Hilton) - Jake Montgomery (Hilton) - Matt Kaser (Spencerport) - Rob Kitchen (Greece Lightning) - Seth Miller (Spencerport) - Nolan Jessop (Churchville-Chili) - Trevor Hodgins (Churchville-Chili) - Nick Gray (Churchville-Chili) - Jeff Nitti (Spencerport) - Ethan Printy (East Irondequoit Eastridge) - Anthony Merola (Greece Thunder) - Dante Giordano (Hilton) - Steve Hilsdorf (Gates Chili) - Nick Waples (Spencerport) - Bobby Wheeler (Churchville-Chili) - Shane Endres (Hilton) - Nick Bruno (Churchville-Chili) - Tyler Jacobson (Gates-Chili) - Matt Martin (Gates Chili).

Finger Lakes League: Nick Andrews (Geneva) - Jeff Bero (Marcus Whitman) - Trevor Black (Waterloo) - Sean Cunningham (Geneva) - Eddie Eddington (Geneva) - Drew Feinberg (Geneva) - Dan Hickey (Geneva) - Kyle Ludwig (Pal-Mac) - Sean Nolan (Palmyra-Macedon) - Oliver Oswald (Marcus Whitman) - Ian Palmer (Gananda) - Luke Prince (Palmyra-Macedon) - Zarrien Sloan (Waterloo) - Bobby Sollenne (Geneva) - Justin Townsend (Wayne) - Tim Trickler (Mynderse) - Josh Williams (Newark) - Clay Wilson (Marcus Whitman) - Tim Wright (Waterloo).

GRALL: Duncan Ayer (McQuaid) - Luc Bailey (McQuaid) - Alex Bianchi (Aquinas) - Derek Bishopp (Livonia) - Jeff Chapman (Bath) - Joe Hanna (McQuaid) - Nick Jonasse (Livonia) - Trevor Lang (Bath) - Billy Lombardi (Aquinas) - Alex Paroda (McQuaid) - Josh Swartzman (McQuaid) - Pat Sheridan (McQuaid) - Wyatt Struble (Livonia) - Jake Vogl (Aquinas) - Josh Wester (Livonia).

Independent: Jake Altman (East Rochester) - Phil Boyd (Batavia) - James Burdette (Penn Yan) - Rion Davison (Penn Yan) - Conor Holvey (Batavia) - Ryan Maciejewski (Penn Yan) - Josh Marr (Batavia) - Jordan Michele (East Rochester) - Darnell Rhodes (East Rochester) - Raymond Shalvoy (East Rochester).

 



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