Wasaren League All Stars

The Granville Golden Horde’s 1,000-point scorer made the first team for the Wasaren League, but was not named most valuable player and honor that went to Greenwich’s Dani DeGregory. Fuller, who surpassed the 1,000-point mark in a game at Greenwich was the sole Granville representative on the first team. Meghan O’Brien received honorable mention for the all-star team and was the only other Horde player named to the squad. Sara Tironi and Molly Lauver of Cambridge and Taylor Sullivan and Cassidy Chapko of Hoosic Valley rounded out the all star team.

 

Wasaren League All-Stars

MVP: Dani DeGregory, Greenwich

First Team

Emily Fuller, Granville

Cassidy Chapko, Hoosic Valley

Sara Tironi, Cambridge

Molly Lauver, Cambridge

Taylor Sullivan, Hoosic Valley

Second Team

Briana Matazinsky, Tamarac

Jenna Erickson, Tamarac

Katelyn Fane, Schuylerville

Whitney Kugler, Hoosic Valley

Anissa Anuszewski, Greenwich

Honorable Mention

Alexis Case, Cambridge; Courtney Pierce, Schuylerville; Sabrina Zehner, Stillwater; Jacey Hill, Stillwater; Frankie Pearson, Hoosick Falls; Nicole Marmillo, Hoosick Falls; Mariah Linnett, Greenwich; Ally Liptak, Schuylerville; Breanna Miller, Schuylerville; Meghan O’Brien, Granville; Brandi Warner, Tamarac; Rachel Moore, Hoosic Valley.

  

Boys

The Wasaren League recently named its all star squad for the season with three Golden Horde players receiving honorable mention: Jamie Hicks, Evan Young and Tim Perry were named to the team.  No Horde players made the first or second team.

The league champion Schuylerville Black Horses placed two players on the first team and the Panthers’ senior Quinn Rasmus was named most valuable player. Juniors from Greenwich, Cambridge and Stillwater rounded out the first team.

First Team

Joe Estramonte, Greenwich

Luke Foote, Schuylerville

Will Bromirski, Cambridge

Shane Lyon, Schuylerville

Brett Smith, Stillwater

Second Team

Alex Lilac, Hoosick Falls

Kevin White, Hoosic Valley

Evan Denisoff, Schuylerville

Ryan McFee, Greenwich

Tanner Williams, Hoosick Falls

Honorable Mention

Hoosick Falls: John Hayden, Sean Dingman; Stillwater: Robert Stickney, Ryan DeCota, Shawn McNeil; Hoosic Valley: Ethan Ross-Hixson, Dan Halloran, Andy Halloran; Granville: Jamie Hicks, Evan Young, Tim Perry; Schuylerville: Mike Vargues, Kyle Waldron; Tamarac: Kyle Bestle, Ricky Roden, Wade Hansen, Tom Galipeau; Greenwich: Josh May, Jason Flynn, Greg Scott; Cambridge: Todd Hunt, Seth Frakes, Nick Diotte. 

 

 

 

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