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Travis Keil


Coughlin



Sophomore, midfield


On a team loaded with seniors, the sophomore was a tremendous boost in his first season, tallying 7 goals, 5 assists and 19 points. Those stats donâ??t include two big goals in the District 2 Class 2A championship game.



Pat Malone


Coughlin



Senior, forward


He finished third in WVC Division I in points with 42, compiled of 17 goals and 8 assists to equal his points total from his previous two years combined. For his career with Coughlin, he piled up 35 goals, 14 assists and 84 points.



Josh Tarnalicki


Coughlin



Senior, defender


One of the top defenders in the WVC, he helped the Crusaders end the regular season with the least amount of goals allowed in the conference with 11 and only gave up three goals in the postseason as the Crusaders won their second district title in three years.



Danny Saba


Dallas



Senior, midfield


An All-State selection, he was tied for the Division I lead with 19 goals and was second in the division in points scored with 54. He also finished second in points scored in 2011. Over his four-year career with the Mountaineers, he piled up a total of 39 goals, 27 assists and 105 points.



Dante DeAngelo


Dallas



Senior, defender


One of the top defenders in the WVC over the last two years, he helped the Mountaineers defense earn eight shutouts this season as they allowed only 13 goals in the regular season. He wasnâ??t just a defensive player for the WVC Division I champs as he also picked up 7 goals and 10 assists for 24 points. Over his career, he has always found ways to score, piling up 26 goals, 22 assists and 74 points.



A.J. Nardone


Dallas



Junior, forward


A move from outside mid to forward for Nardone sparked Dallasâ?? offense and also helped the junior tally more points than anyone else in Division I as he netted 19 goals, 16 assists and 54 points. His 16 assists led all of the WVC for the second straight season. Add in last yearâ??s totals and he had 27 goals, 30 assists and 84 points in two years.



Alex Machalick


Crestwood



Senior, forward


For the third straight season, he finished near the top of the Division I leaderboard in points, finishing with 16 goals, 6 assists and 38 points. His goals and points were fifth-most in the division. He finishes his last three seasons with 40 goals, 11 assists and 91 points.



Steven Rerick


Crestwood



Senior, keeper


He notched six shutouts this season, including one in the District 2 Class 2A quarterfinals to help the Comets reach the district semis for the second straight season. In the regular season, he only gave up 24 goals and had a save percentage of close to 90 percent for the Comets, who finished with a 10-5-0 record.



Dean Mirabelli


Tunkhannock



Senior, midfield


He scored 13 goals to go along with 5 assists to total 31 points in Division II for the Tigers as they finished one win shy of forcing a division championship tiebreaker but settled for a berth in the District 2 Class 2A tournament. His career totals in four years are 24 goals, 18 assists and 66 points.



Kenny Kocher


Lake-Lehman



Senior, defender


A key defender in the entire conference, he helped the Black Knights reach the District 2 Class 2A title match and to 10 wins in the regular season. He was a key cog on the team, which only allowed 18 goals in the regular season, the third fewest in the entire WVC. He managed one goal and one assist this season and in his career, he posted 5 goals, 5 assists and 15 points.



Henry Cornell


Wyoming Seminary



Senior, forward


He led Division II in goals with 26 and points with 60, helping the Blue Knights to a division championship and a win in the District 2 Class A quarterfinals. His goals this season were more than he had in his previous three seasons combined. In four years, he managed 43 goals, 21 assists and 107 points.



Richard Umana


Berwick



Senior, forward


He led all of the WVC in goals with 31, assists with 16 and points with 78 as the Bulldogs earned the Division III championship. He was coming off a stellar 2011 campaign when he totaled 32 goals and 11 assists for 75 points. In his four-year career, he amassed a whopping 83 goals, 50 assists and 216 points.



Ryan Wisniewski


Wyoming Valley West



Senior, midfield, defender


He was a do-it-all player for the Spartans, who won their first postseason game in three years this season. He has been a solid defender throughout his career and took on more of an offensive role this season, racking up 4 goals and 4 assists for 12 points, adding on to last yearâ??s totals of 1 goal and 5 assists.



Chris Edkins


Lake-Lehman



Senior, midfield


One of three All-State selections in the WVC this season, he helped the Black Knights pull off two upsets in the District 2 Class 2A playoffs. He totaled 10 goals, 8 assists and 28 points this season. For his four-year career, he piled up 38 goals, 39 assists and 115 points.


 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
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