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Player: Ian Kearns
School: Alexandria
Grade: 12
Position: Forward
Statistics: 30 goals, 11 assists
College Plans: Jefferson Community College
Coach’s Quote: “Ian waited patiently as a junior and his senior year was even better than his junior campaign. He was double and triple teamed all year, every game, but once again, he came through for us.” — Robert Bastian, Alexandria coach

Player: Aaron Sharlow
School: Malone
Grade: 12
Position: Forward
Statistics: 22 goals, 4 assists
College Plans: Keuka, Green Mountain or SUNY Plattsburgh
Coach’s Quote: “He was a huge part of winning everything we won. I’m not sure we could have done it without him. He was the biggest part.” — Kim DePuy, Malone coach

Player: Aaron Cobb
School: Heuvelton
Grade: 12
Position: Forward
Statistics: 18 goals, 5 assists
College Plans: Undecided
Coach’s Quote: “Aaron probably had one of his best seasons playing soccer at the varsity level. He was becoming more of an offensive leader and taking more of a role as being the main scorer.” — Dave Steele, Heuvelton coach

Player: Gyle Dominy
School: Colton-Pierrepont
Grade: 12
Position: Midfield
Statistics: 6 goals, 8 assists
College Plans: Undecided
Coach’s Quote: “I thought he provided great leadership. He was a coach on the field. He was our captain and he led by example during practice and he allowed us to created better team chemistry.” — Jim Nee, Colton-Pierrepont coach

Player: Adam Felt
School: Lisbon
Grade: 12
Position: Midfield
Statistics: 4 goals, 4 assists
College Plans: Undecided
Coach’s Quote: “His leadership and work ethic was the tool for his success. He made everyone around him a better player. He understood the game. It was a priority for him to take control of the other team’s best player and mark him.” — Bill Reed, Lisbon coach

Player: Dan Cruikshank
School: Potsdam
Grade: 12
Position: Defense
Statistics: 3 goals, 1 assists
College Plans: SUNY Potsdam
Coach’s Quote: “When he was on the field he was always the center of our defense and a team leader on the field and off the field. I think he positioned himself very well and speed helped control the other team’s offense.” — Al Benda, Potsdam coach

Player: Junior Malinoski
School: Indian River
Grade: 10
Position: Forward
Statistics: 19 goals, 12 assists
College Plans: Undecided
Coach’s Quote: “Junior’s dynamic scoring ability was joined this year by a valued sense of leadership and a commitment to team success. While his goals are appreciated, his role as a team leader will help dictate the program’s future success.” — Fred LaVancha, Indian River coach

Player: Scott McKain
School: Thousand Islands
Position: Midfield
Statistics: 24 goals, 8 assists
College Plans: Considering Jefferson Community College
Coach’s Quote: “Scott really stepped his game up this season and has very strong skills. He has worked on his game in the offseason and that has made him the player he is today.” — Shannon Amo, Thousand Islands coach

Player: Jimmy Robinson
School: Lisbon
Grade: 11
Position: Goalie
Statistics: 12 shutouts, 8 goals allowed
College Plans: Undecided
Coach’s Quote: “His athleticism and his ability to make the big save was instrumental in our success. It was the difference between winning and losing several games. He has a lot of ability.” — Bill Reed, Lisbon coach

Player: Shayne Watson
School: Watertown
Grade: 12
Position: Midfield
Statistics: 3 goals, 2 assists
College Plans: Considering Drexel University
Coach’s Quote: “Not only did Shayne physically control the middle third of the field but, his attitude was one of the best. Shayne is a tireless worker who is respectful to players, officials, and coaches. “ — Todd Heckman, Watertown coach

Player: Jude Whalen
School: Immaculate Heart Central
Grade: 11
Position: Defense
Statistics: 3 goals, 4 assists
College Plans: Undecided
Coach’s Quote: “Jude is one of the most athletic and competitive players I’ve had the opportunity to coach. He is very fast, physical, and has a strong desire to win. In addition to his hard work on defense, Jude worked to get forward more this season, which created more opportunities for us.” — Mary Guyette, IHC coach

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