OSSCA releases All-Ohio Soccer Teams, Mr. and Ms. Ohio announced

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OSSCA All-Ohio Teams

Who are the state’s top players? Who made first team All-Ohio? Who was second team? Here are the answers…


OHIO SCHOLASTIC SOCCER COACHES ASSOCIATION

2010 SPECIAL AWARDS

RON PINSENSCHAUM AWARD       
MARIO GERHARDT, CHAGRIN FALLS

KIM MAHONEY AWARD
PATRICK HOPKINS, ROCKY RIVER

OHSAA SEI       
BOYS: MARK CZUBIK, KALIDA
GIRLS: SCOTT DEMPSEY, COLUMBUS BEXLEY
   
PRIVATE/PAROCHIAL COACH OF THE YEAR       
BOYS :  SCOTT MOLFENTER, DAYTON CARROLL
GIRLS: BOB MCGEE, LANCASTER FISHER CATHOLIC

MR. SOCCER       
WILLIAM TRAPP, GAHANNA LINCOLN

MS. SOCCER       
TAYLOR BURKE, MEDINA

REFEREE OF YEAR       
RON WHITFIELD, CINCINNATI

OSSCA ALL-OHIO TEAMS

BOYS DIVISION I

FIRST TEAM—Nick Anderson (Olentangy Orange); Emmanual Appiah (Westerville Central); Dan Baraldi (Jackson); Kenny Cunningham (Brecksville-Broadview Hts); Jeff Fuller (Cin. Moeller); Greg Highley (Thomas Worthington); AJ Klever (Sylvania Northview); Vlad Lekarev (Strongsville); Adam Montague (Tol. St. John’s Jesuit); Evan Rees (Sidney); Max Riehemann (Sycamore); Yianni Sarris (Cle. St. Ignatius); Karter Sell (Perrysburg); Spencer Semple (Canton Glen Oak); Matt Spires (Centerville); Patrick Stickle (Canfield); William Trapp (Gah. Lincoln); Westin Welker (Wooster).

SECOND TEAM—Tyler Beachy (Loveland); Brian Beckrest (N. Royalton); Grant Birchmeier (Findlay); Luke Blades (Cle. St. Ignatius); Justin Blair (Ashland); Tony Boerio (Pick. North); Randy Brown (Medina); Luke Burrowes (Wayne); Chris Davis (Gah. Lincoln); JD Detmer (Hill. Davidson); JJ Dix (Lebanon); Toby Frohlich (Lakewood St. Ed.); Connor Gilmour (Warren Howland); Kyle Grothaus (Milford); Brett Hanna (Worth. Kilbourne); Robert Hasselfeld (Lakota West); Matt Hill (Sycamore); Mason Hoge (Mason); Chris Johnson (Hill. Darby); Ian Johnson (Wadsworth); NIck Kane (Mayfield); Connor Klekota (Amherst Steele); Tanner Manfull (Copley); Derek Montgomery (Logan); David Murrow (Strongsville); Drew Pang (Dub. Coffman); Ryan Peterson (Tol. St. John’s Jesuit); Daniel Ross (Fairborn); Jake Russell (Twinsburg); Bryan Shley (Dresden Tri-Valley); Will Seagrist (Hudson); Ben Slageter (Lakota East); Jerry Solorio (Fairfield); Austen Starr (Fairmont); Jeffrey Swanson (Geneva); Brock Tayler (Dub. Jerome); Troy Ward (Lakota East).

Player of the Year: William Trapp (Gahanna Lincoln)

Coach of the Year: John Johnson (Wadsworth)

Assistant Coach of the Year: Kyle Geosits (Copley)

BOYS DIVISION II

FIRST TEAM—Cullen Baron (Tippecanoe); AJ Brettell (Indian Creek); Dakota Coulter (Warren Champion); Kyle Culbertson (Olentangy); Michael Diceare (Cols. St. Francis DeSales); Sam Etherton (Alliance); AJ Fleak (Big Walnut); Nathan Furnas (Avon); Nick Gallo (Richfield Revere); Clay Hicks (Cardinal Mooney); Mark Loh (Fenwick); Ryan Lund (Chardon Notre Dame); Eric Lynch (Bellbrook); Jacob Nauman (Medina Highland); Alec Petro (Bay Village); Wes Riley (Marietta); Brody Tejkl (Napoleon); Phil Weirick (Oak Harbor).

SECOND TEAM—Trey Arney (Coshocton); Alexander Ashton (Eastwood); Jerron Bennington (Greenon); Trey Boyd (Clear Fork); Joe Brenneman (St. Mary’s Memorial); Austin Dickerson (Warsaw River View); Badoy Drammeh (Peninsula Woodridge); Kevin Easley (McNicholas); Kody Eckert (Dover); David Elwer (Elyria Catholic); Mike Goheen (Spg. Northwestern); Clark Heinz (Lima Shawnee); Doug Herrett (Defiance); Corbin hill (Chillicothe Unioto); Paul Horning (Chillicothe); Caleb Jones (Vincent Warren); Donovan Koehler (Norton); Justin Mitchell (Carroll); Matt Morrison (Marietta); Chris Mothey (Akron SVSM); Abdullah Mulatanaq (Cols. Centennial); Chris Nehrbas (Steubenville); Herman Paniagua (Hill. Bradley); Joe Panos (Wyoming); Nick Parianos (Cuy. Falls Walsh Jesuit); Bryant Philo (Millbury Lake); Austin Pierce (McNicholas); Evan Porter (Cols. Bexley); Brian Potocnik (Aurora); Jordan Roberts (Cortland Lakeview); Scottie Scaperato (Mentor Lake Catholic); Mike Siwek (Madison); Daniel Yuhas (Alter).

Player of the Year: Alec Petro (Bay Village)

Co-Coaches of the Year: Dick Hagen (Lima Shawnee), Rob Schimmoeller (Oak Harbor)

Assistant Coach of the Year: Sean Egan (Bay Village)

BOYS DIVISION III

FIRST TEAM—Ebenezer Agyeman (Cols. Horizon Science); Cory Bucur (Bedford St. Peter Chanel); Michael Dudics (Doylestown Chippewa); Brett Elder (Worth. Christian); Troy Elsea (Kinsman Joseph Badger); Reed Glosser (Ottawa Hills); Tom Granot (Gates Mills Hawken); Joe Halula (Spg. Cath. Central); Dana Kimble (West Muskingum); Tyler Lilly (Mansfield Christian); Jared Lyon (Kirtland); Ian McNamara (Seven Hills); Cameron Porter (Miami Valley); Logan Becker (Kalida); Connor Scott (S. Webster); Kyle Simpson (Reading); Jack Thompson (Cuy. Valley Chr. Aca.); Andrew Vance (Summit Ctry Day).

SECOND TEAM—Jordan Baker (N. Lima South Range); Scott Bartko (Columbia); Sam Bascom (Madeira); Brian Bishop (Bloom Carroll); Eric Bowsher (Liberty-Benton); David Brtin (Cols. Tree of Life); Jason Chaffin (Lucasville Valley); Jacob Denzik (Peebles); Tyler Estes (Swanton); Evan Forney (Crestview); Dylan Golding (Grandview Hts); Jon Grant (Riverdale); Mark Groner (Warren JFK); Kyle Hamlin (Bethel); Andrew Holko (Bristol); Jeremy Hoppe (Dayton Christian); Jaden Horner (Franklin-Monroe); Taylor Huff (Minford); John Jenior (Waterloo); Brandon Johnstin (St. Thomas Aquinas); Calum Latham (Spg. Cath. Central); Dillan Lewis (Wheelersburg); Joshua Link (Lima Temple Chr.); Cody Miller (Berlin Hiland); Jacob Nathan (Maumee Valley Ctry Day); Ryan Rausch (Fairbanks); Jordan Shonk (Lancaster Fisher Cath.); Andrew Shroll (Van Buren); Federico Silva (Hudson Western Reserve); Michael Smith (Lynchburg Clay); Andrew Trenkamp (Ottawa Glandorf); Nate Turnwald (Ottoville); Zach Wright (S. Webster); Aaron Young (Liberty Union).
Player of the Year: Jack Thompson (Cuy. Valley Chr. Acad.)

Coach of the Year: Russ Coney (Doylestown Chippewa)

Assistant Coach of the Year: Jorge Bezerra (Cin. Mariemont)

GIRLS DIVISION I

FIRST TEAM—Jae Atkinson (Mason); Taylor Burke (Medina); Kori Chapic (West Geauga); Devyn Ciotti (Lakota West); Kelsey Draper (Perrysburg); Ellyn Gruber (Cin. St. Ursula Acad.); Courtney Hendrix (Sylvania Northview); Sidney Huth (Lebanon); Brianna Kanz (Cuy. Falls Walsh Jesuit); Nickole Kaple (Lexington); Tori Koch (Austintown Finch); Ashley Meier (Strongsville); Michela Paradiso (Upper Arlington); Micaela Powers (Beavercreek); Katie Roberts (Lodi Cloverleaf); Megan Scoliere (Dub. Scioto); Amanda Sivic (Brecksville-Broadview Hts); Erin Yenney (Troy).

SECOND TEAM—Jordan Albritton (New Albany); Jordan Ashby (Zanesville); Alex Azeez (Lakota West); Alyssa Balasko (North Olmsted); Lana Bonekemper (Cin. Ursuline); Megan David (Tol. St. Ursula Acad.); Brianna Defelice (Jackson); Olivia Evans (Dub. Coffman); Kelcey Fischer (Normandy); Jillian Graff (Medina); Maegan Grosel (Marietta); Vickie Havas (Stow); Sara Holloway (Tippecanoe); Christi Howard (Cin. Anderson); Brittany Koester (Sidney); Rose Lavelle (Cin. Mt. Notre Dame); Tatum Marucci (Poland Seminary); Julie McKay (Miami Trace); Sarah Molina (Rocky River); Shelby Olszewski (Pick. North); Kaimyn Paszko (Maumee); Renee Perry (Westerville North); Jen Phillipon (Wooster); Halle Pyle (Centerville); Courtney Rygalksi (Tol. Cent. Cath.); Devon Saini (Avon); Allie Sirna (Solon); Abbey Smith (Olentangy Liberty); Sarah Stachowiak (Westlake); Melinda Stemen (Cols. St. Francis DeSales); Devon Tabata (Worth. Kilbourne); Alyssa Tindal (Holy Name); Paige Webber (Hill. Davidson); Kaylie West (Copley); Danielle Wiseman (Jackson); Marissa Wolf (Cin. St. Ursula Acad.).

Player of the Year: Taylor Burke (Medina)

Coach of the Year: Emily Reilly (Dresden Tri-Valley)

Tri-Assistant Coaches of the Year: Becky Rogers (Carroll), Jeff Basone (Green), Chip Smith (Sylvania Northview).

GIRLS DIVISION II

FIRST TEAM—Lauren Bischoff (Spg. Northwestern); Brittany Charles (Peninsula Woodridge); Brittney Dietz (Alter); Alicia Drewes (Archbold); Kelsey Dropsey (Hillsdale); Kristin Eaton (Warsaw River View); Amanda Fowler (Ontario); Jenna Grunden (Circleville); Emily Hinton (Perry); Katie Landgrebe (Madeira); Katie Markesberry (Cin. Indian Hill); Charlotte Myers (Cols. Bexley); Sydney Neal (Fenwick); Leah Raming (Madeira); Broegan Sautter (Clear Fork); Erin Simmons (Cols. Academy); Marissa Walker (Warren Champion); Courtney Zanotti (Rocky River Lutheran West).

SECOND TEAM—Kelly Ahman (Lima Cent. Cath.); Shelby Antonacci (MIllbury Lake); Erin Bane (Chillicothe Unioto); Emily Barrows (Lancaster Fisher Cath.); Morgan Beck (Mariemont); Marissa Burkett (Liberty-Benton); Jill Burkeholder (Bryan); Jordan Byrley (Richmond Edison); Katie Collins (Greenon); Katie Cook (Cuy. Valley Chr. Acad.); Sam Daugherty (Akron SVSM); Cassie Dubov (John Glenn); Kaeli Flaska (Cin. Indian Hill); Paige Frey (Wauseon); Christie Freytag (Lehman Catholic); Taylor Fultz (Preble Shawnee); Erika Gibson (Cuy. Hts); Ashley Greenbaum (Fairbanks); Morgan Liber (Chagrin Falls); Dara Love (Wellington); Ali Manley (Lima Bath); Erin McBride (Warren JFK); Nicole Moldovan (Corland Lakeview); Shelby Mowder (Doylestown Chippewa); Brooke Mower (Northwestern); Mackenzie O’Brien (Mansfield St. Peter); Allison Prine (Eastern Sardinia); Haneen Salhieh (Spg. Kenton Ridge); Kaili Smith (Independence); Vanessa Stewart (Riverdale); Dee Dee Sudhoff (St. Mary’s Memorial); Mackenzi Sullivan (Monroe); Amy Vinopal (Cardinal Mooney); Patricia Walsh (McNicholas); Jacoby Ziegler (Wellington).

Player of the Year: Katie Landgrebe (Madeira)

Coach of the Year: Dave Kridler (Warsaw River View)

Assistant Coach of the Year: Charity Griffith (Youngstown Ursuline).

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