2019 ALL-HERNANDO COUNTY BOYS SOCCER

Nature Coast’s Vinny Stulec (9) soared above the Pirate defense to head in a goal against Pasco High in the Class 3A, District 7 final at Weeki Wachee High.                                                                                                                                                Photo by JOE DiCRISTOFALO

BOYS SOCCER

By TONY CASTRO

HernandoSport.com

Play of the Year – Vinny Stulec

Nature Coast Technical – Senior

Vinny Stulec

COMMENTS: Fourth-year letterman … Four-time All-County selection … Sharks’ first-ever four-time pick … Initial county player named in back-to-back-to-back seasons as Player of the Year …Extremely versatile player who prefers to play defense … Fabulous debut in 2015-16 with 17 goals and six assists to rank fourth in the county scoring race and finish third on the Sharks … Led all county players with a personal-best 24 goals in 2016-17 … Added nine assists to finish behind Weeki Wachee’s Bailey Hypes in the scoring race, 58-57…Asked a junior to pick up more of the scoring burden, the 6-foot-2, 170-pounder responded by pouring in a career high 32 goals … Pumped in a NCT single-game record of six tallies on Nov. 17 against Hudson … Produced nine games featuring multiple goals …Finished as the county scoring leader with 66 points …As a senior in 2018-19, Stulec was especially dangerous on set pieces and headers … Across 24 matches, he knocked in 20 goals … Enjoyed seven matches with two or more goals … Aided the cause with a county-leading 16 assists … Notched a season-high three assists against Weeki Wachee …In his four-year run at the California Street program, the Sharks captured the Hernando County title four straight times and reached the district championship four straight seasons, walking away twice as champions … He concluded his prep career with a NCT career record of 93 goals and 219 total points … Snapped the old records held by Morgan Vraspir of 47 goals and 112 career points …Signed with D-II Erskine College Flying Fleet in Due West, South Carolina.

QUOTE: “He deserved being named Player of the Year three times … For us, he was a fantastic leader … He led us vocally and with his effort … He’s not an arrogant player; he’s extremely unselfish with his approach. He’s always been more worried about his team than his stats. …Look at his milestones … He could be the best center back we’ve ever had … We’re gonna miss his leadership … There were times where put the whole team on his back and carried us through games … He was reckless with his body … He didn’t care … He dove for countless headers on set pieces … He literally did everything well for us … It’s like we’re replacing six skill sets beginning next year.”

NCT’s Ian Wald

Chris Leko

QUOTE: “Vinny was the rock in their defense … He was an unselfish player … He could play striker or look to pass … To me, he was Nature Coast’s Swiss Army knife.”

– Springstead’s Chris Leko

 

QUOTE: “Vinny was a great player; played hard on both ends of the pitch … Multi-dimensional player; could hurt opponents in many different ways … Been a four-year starter.”

– Central’s Kris Brooks

Jonathan Stone

QUOTE: “Vinny’s reputation proceeded him … People around here didn’t know how to deal with his ability …He could stop goals as easily as he could create … He could throw a pass 40 yards down field … Players at this level didn’t know how to defend him.”

– Hernando’s Jacob Stone

QUOTE: “Was an all-around great player … I wish we had 11 guys just like him …He gave NCT control on either the offensive or defensive end …Due to his height, he could flick goals in or hurt you with his throw-ins.“

– Weeki Wachee’s Shane Tarbox

Forward – Tony Howard

Nature Coast Technical – Junior

Tony Howard

COMMENTS: Repeat All-County pick … Chosen as a member of Springstead High in 2017-18 … Transferred to NCT in the off-season … As a sophomore in 2017-18, Howard paced the Eagles in scoring behind 18 goals and one assist … His 37 points tied Weeki Wachee senior Hunter Reid for second in the county in the county scoring race … A year later at NCT, Howard popped in county-best 24 goals and added 10 assists … His 58 points led the local circuit in scoring.

QUOTE: “He’s a natural scorer … He can score with either foot … We told him, it’s never about personal achievement, but of 11 role players doing their jobs … It came as a challenge to him early … We told him we didn’t need Batman; we needed him to be more like Robin to do his job … He got mentally tougher as the season wore on ,,, Going forward, we want him healthy and in shape … … He wasn’t in peak form when he arrived … Needs to play more level-headed and have a short memory; let the game slow down for him … We stressed when you’re pressing that’s when you tend to over complicate things. Simply put, finish the ball.”

Wald

Forward – Jacob Kelly

Hernando – Sophomore

Jacob Kelly

COMMENTS: Second-year letterman … Initial All-County selection … Broke in as a freshman in 2017-18 with four goals and six assists – which ranked second on the team in both categories … A year later, the 5-foot-11, 150-pounder paced the Purple & Gold in goals (21), assists (11) and total points (53) … Closed out the season ranked as the third-highest scorer locally … Enjoyed a personal best four goals against Central … Dished a personal record three assists against Zephyrhills and HCA.

QUOTE: “Produced more than 40 percent of our goals … His 11 assists speaks volumes about his passing ability …He’s one of the key pieces we’re building this team around .. He’ll play a pivotal role moving forward.”

Stone

Forward – Nugo Barkaia

Central – Forward

Nugo Barkaia

COMMENTS: Arrived in Brooksville via the Republic of Georgia … Was like a breath of fresh air for the Bears’ soccer team … His quickness and lateral movement created countless scoring opportunities for he and his teammates … First-time All-County pick … Led the Ken Austin Parkway crew in goals (11), assists (5) and points scored (27) … Finished the season ranked as the seventh-highest scorer despite not having much in terms of a supporting offensive cast…Barkaia’s presence seemed to lift his team’s spirit all season … Inked with the D-II West Virginia Wesleyan College Bobcats in Buckhannon, WV.

QUOTE: “Nugo impacted our team from the get-go with his experience and passion for soccer … He’s a soccer player … His passion rolls off him every day … When you see him on the pitch, the other guys sense his presence and the guys responded in kind … I’m gonna miss his passion for the sport and his sense of humor.”

Brooks

 

Forward – James Campbell

Springstead – Junior

James Campbell

COMMENTS: Two-year varsity letter winner … Initial All-County selection … Youngest brother of three-time All-County all-star (2010-12) and 2012 Player of the Year Matt Campbell … Debuted on the varsity level in 2017-18, tallying a quiet five assists … A later hence, he broke out with a team-leading 26 goals and five assists … His 26 goals led the county … His 57 points were good enough to finish second overall locally, just one point behind NCT’s Tony Howard for the scoring title, 58-57 … After not scoring one goal in Year 1, Campbell etched nine games with multiple goals … Tallied a career-best three goals thrice (against Seven Rivers Christian, Weeki Wachee and Central).

QUOTE: “James alternated from center back and striker … He loves the game … He’s got a heck of a boot … If I ever had a free kick, he’d be the guy to take it from any spot on the pitch … Everyone on the team trusted him to do the right thing every time … As a senior, I’d like to see more leadership … I’d like to see him be a practice leader on the field … He’s one of those rare kids that can attack, see the field, draw everyone to him while keeping his head up looking for the best scoring opportunities.”

Leko

Midfield – Drew Kelly

Nature Coast Technical – Sophomore

Drew Kelly

COMMENTS: Two-year letterman … First-time All-County pick … The soccer equivalent of Nate “Tiny“ Archibald at 5-foot-4 and 115 pounds… Kelly served as the Sharks’ quarterback on the pitch … His soccer IQ has grown expediently … Debuted as a frosh in 2017-18 … Ranked third on the team in assists with five … Aided the cause with two goals ,,, As a sophomore, he concluded the season ranked third in the county in assists (13) … He quadrupled his goal scoring, burying nine goals … Seasonal highlights included two goals against Lecanto and notching a pair of assists against Hudson and Weeki Wachee.

QUOTE: “Remarkable kid … Always positive … Fantastic leader … Willing to speak up as a sophomore to his teammates … One of those rare kids that never complains about anything … He goes box and box and gives 110 percent each time he’s out there … He’s always up for the task ahead … As the year progressed he started making small corrections … His field vision has increased; that’s what I want to see more of next year.”

Wald

Midfielder – Seth Tarbox

Weeki Wachee– Sophomore

Seth Tarbox

COMMENTS: Two-year letter winner … Has participated in cross country and track and field besides soccer … The sturdy 5-foot-8, 170-pounder is a repeat All-Hernando County soccer selection … Broke in as a freshman in 2017-18 … Ranked second on the Hornets in assists (12) and third in goals scored (7) … His 26 points tied for fourth in the county scoring race along aside Springstead’s Aaron Vilkama and teammate Matt Armstrong … Hampered by a depleted roster this past winter, Tarbox served as US-19 crew’s main scoring option … Still managed to pace the Hornets in goals (10) and assists (12) … Was only one of five local players to reach double figures in goals and assists … His 32 points ranked fifth overall in the local scoring race … Seasonal highlights included tying his personal record of two goals against NCT, Pasco and Zephyrhills … Cranked a personal-best three assists against the Sharks as well.

QUOTE: “We had more of a younger team this year … Thank goodness Seth elevated his leadership role … He plays competitive soccer when he’s not playing school ball … He mostly led by example … He will get vocal at times, especially when we’re doing drills … In Year 3, I’d like to see him continue to mature and demonstrate his passion for the game … He’s an all-around player … I could put him anywhere on the field … I think he’s enjoying his time in high school soccer.”

– Tarbox

Midfield – Byron Cruz

Hernando – Junior

Byron Cruz

COMMENTS: Two-year varsity letter winner … First-time All-County pick … In 2017-18, the 5-foot-10, 152-pounder tallied a goal .. Emerged as more of a weapon this past winter, pumping in five goals and distributing 10 assists … He finished second on the Leopards in assists and third in goal scoring.

QUOTE: “Though he’s short in stature, he stands out as one of our captains … He’s one of the primary focal points of our team next winter … He stood out on the field as a student-athlete.”

Stone

 

Midfield – Devin Salazar

Springstead – Freshman

Springstead;s Devin Salazar (12) contends for a high ball against Pasco. Photo by JOE DiCRISTOFALO

COMMENTS: First-year varsity letterman … Initial All-Hernando County selection … Has room to grow into his 5-foot-5, 116-pound frame … Salazar finished fourth on the team -despite his tender age and young frame – in goals (6) and third in scoring (15 points)… Ironically, he never scored more than one goal or one assist in any one match.

QUOTE: “What I liked most? He came into every game ready to win it … He brings the intangibles you don’t see with every player … Like he’s always looking for a pass … He brings a great all-around attitude … He‘s very respectful … He’s always listening, attempting to get better … He’ll be our lynchpin at center back for years to come … He’s got to adjust on making his passes … Not every guy runs the same … Distributing the ball is the name of Devin’s game.”

Leko

Defense – Aaron Romero

Springstead – Freshman

Aaron Romero

COMMENTS: First-year letterman … Initial All-County selection … Debuted on the varsity level with a goal and four assists this season … Will never forget his first-ever goal against Pasco and his three-assist effort against Zephyrhills.

QUOTE: “Is on an Olympic development squad outside of school ball … He’s been playing soccer since he was three … He’s very excited about playing … I can put him anywhere on the pitch and he’s willing to adjust to the speed – that’s a lot for any freshman … Blessed to have two talented youngsters like Salazar and Romero for the next three years.”

– Leko

 

Defense – Justin Leyden

Nature Coast Technical – Sophomore

Nature Coast’s Justin Leyden braces for a header. Photo by JOE DiCRISTOFALO

COMMENTS: Second-year letterman … First All-Hernando County selection … Not known as a scorer … Didn’t score a point in 2017-18 … This season, he dented the scoreboard with two goals against hapless Zephyrhills and added an assist against River Ridge.

QUOTE: “He’s so tall, it’s hard to get the ball by him … He played the game a lot more fearlessly this season than last … After a while, we marked him up against our toughest opponents … He’s got some speed … He understands the game and game’s strategy … He uses his proper form to eliminate mistakes.”

Wald

Defense – Will York

Central – Senior

Will York

COMMENTS: Three-year letter winner … First-time All-Hernando County selectee … Not a factor on the offensive end …Tallied one assist in three winters.

QUOTE: “One of the most important pieces to our team … His value is much bigger than goals and assists … He didn’t necessarily agree with the coaches, but he bought in … We’re gonna miss his dedication and his leadership to all the guys here.”

Brooks

Defense – Shane Long

Springstead – Junior

Shane Long

COMMENTS: Two-year varsity letterman … First-time All-County selection … Isn’t known as an offensive threat … Tallied one assist in 2017-18 … Produced two goals – solo efforts against Hernando and Zephyrhills – and added three assists this past season.

QUOTE: “Tenacious defender … Will not give up on a play … He’ll do whatever it takes to stop a scoring opportunity … Willing to fly around and sacrifice his body … With Shane, he always seems to be in the right spot all the time; that’s a credit to him.”

Leko

 

 

Keeper – Lucas Zammit

Weeki Wachee – Sophomore

 

Lucas Zammit

COMMENTS: First-year varsity letterman … Initial All-County selection … Replaced another All-County net tender in Jake Brooks … When he played on the field, Zammit tallied two assists … When he was between the pipes, he registered three clean sheets against Hudson, Hernando and Central.

QUOTE: “He’s an athletic keeper … He has the ability to make saves … Demonstrates a no-fear mentality … He’s one of the best (keepers) we’ve had … We were blessed to have him follow Jake (Brooks) … Hopefully, going forward we can piece together an even better defense around him … Last year with Jake, we had a deeper backfield … Because we were so young this year, we needed Lucas to bail us out time after time.”

– Tarbox

Coach of the Year – Kris Brooks

Central – 4th Year

CHS skipper Kris Brooks and Nugo Barkaia.

COMMENTS: The Bears’ 2-13-0 record this winter did not reflect how hard the Ken Austin Parkway booters competed … Yes, CHS was out-scored 80-28, the Bears were only mercy-ruled by the eight-goal rule twice … That’s a credit to Coach Brooks and his staff and the CHS seniors that demonstrated a definite spirit de corps when they were on the pitch led by Will York and Nugo Barkaia.

QUOTE: “Receiving Coach of the Year from my peers is really cool … To me, it’s a huge accomplishment … It shows that were going in the right direction … It’s not about one person. I have to thank the administration, thank Cyndee Cason, Bob Werts, Kevin Ballard and Tom Pellitto for their input and encouragement … Without my staff, this (honor) wouldn’t be possible … I feel like we’re hitting all our goals … I can’t stress enough about Cyndee’s impact with these boys … We’re trying to define what winning means … That’s to play our very best on the field.”

Brooks

 

Ian Wald

QUOTE: “He’s done a good job of sticking around for the boys and trying to get the ship turned around … When we played against them, they were energetic and into the match … That hasn’t been the case the last few years … When you face all the adversity that they have, it’s easy to throw in the towel. Give him credit for not doing that.”

Wald

QUOTE: “He took a team that hasn’t been competitive and played some decent soccer … I remember they gave us a good game … In the past few years, that match had been over at halftime … They came to win when they played us.”

Leko

Shane Tarbox

QUOTE: “Kris is a great guy …He’s done a lot to try get his players to band together … I think he’s got them going in the right direction … Sometimes as coaches we get caught up on the competitive side on the wins and losses … But we have to remember our real job is to create memories that these guys will have for the rest of their lives … Teaching life lessons is just as valuable as winning games.”

Tarbox

QUOTE: “Coach Brooks has worked hard under some of the worst conditions … Nobody deserves this more than him.”

Stone

2019 HernandoSport.com

All-County Boys Soccer Team

Springstead’s, Luke Howard gets checked by Nature Coast’s Vinny Stulec (9). Photo by JOE DiCRISTOFALO
 

NAME

 

SCH

 

POS

 

YR

Jacob Kelly

HER

Forward

10

James Campbell

SPG

Forward

11

Nugo Bakaria

CEN

Forward

12

Tony Howard **

NCT

Forward

11

Drew Kelly

NCT

Midfield

10

Devin Salazar

SPG

Midfield

9

Seth Tarbox **

WW

Midfield

10

Byron Cruz

HER

Midfield

11

Aaron Romero

SPG

Defense

9

Will York

CEN

Defense

12

Shane Long

SPG

Defense

11

Justin Leyden

NCT

Defense

10

Lucas Zammit

WW

Keeper

10

Player of the Year – Vinny Stulec **** (Nature Coast Technical)

Coach of the Year – Kris Brooks (Central)

**** Denotes four-time selection

** Denotes two-time selection.

2018 HernandoSport.com

All-County Boys Soccer Team

Weeki Wachee’s Hunter Reid (13) vies for the ball during the match against Wesley Chapel. Photo by JOE DiCRISTOFALO
 

NAME

 

SCH

 

POS

 

YR

Tony Howard

SPG

Forward

10

Hunter Reid ***

WW

Forward

12

Trent Watson

CEN

Forward

12

Aaron Vikama

SPG

Forward

12

Matt Armstrong

WW

Midfield

12

Suly McAdam

SPG

Midfield

12

Seth Tarbox

WW

Midfield

9

Cesar Meija

HER

Midfield

11

Luke Howard

SPG

Defense

12

Matt Johnson ***

NCT

Defense

12

Will Osborne

SPG

Defense

12

Chris Reckner **

NCT

Defense

11

Jake Brooks

WW

Keeper

12

Player of the Year – Vinny Stulec *** (Nature Coast Technical)

Coach of the Year – Ian Wald **** (Nature Coast Technical)

**** Denotes four-time selection

*** Denotes three-time selection.

** Denotes two-time selection.

2017 HernandoSport.com

All-County Boys Soccer Team

Bailey Hypes
Photo by JOE DiCRISTOFALO
 

NAME

 

SCH

 

POS

 

YR

Bailey Hypes ***

WW

Forward

12

Hunter Reid **

NCT

Forward

10

Gilbert Delgado ***

NCT

Forward

12

Joe Raguso **

WW

Forward

12

Jaxsen Soto

NCT

Midfield

9

Parker Knight

SPG

Midfield

11

Harry Flanagan

WW

Midfield

11

Maikol Santana

WW

Midfield

12

Alex Bauer

SPG

Defense

12

Matt Johnson **

NCT

Defense

11

Trey Hall

NCT

Defense

12

Chris Reckner

NCT

Defense

10

Chandler Hatcher ***

SPG

Keeper

12

Player of the Year – Vinny Stulec (Nature Coast Technical)

Coach of the Year – Ian Wald *** (Nature Coast Technical)

*** Denotes three-time selection.

** Denotes two-time selection.

2016 HernandoSport.com

All-County Boys Soccer Team

NEW LION – NCT’s Morgan Vraspir signs D-II with with St. Leo University. Also on hand included his mother Cindy and sister Mackenzie and father Todd.                                                                                                                               Photo by JOE DiCRISTOFALO
 

NAME

 

SCH

 

POS

 

YR

Vinny Stulec

NCT

Forward

9

Tyler Arcidiacono **

SPG

Forward

12

Gilbert Delgado **

NCT

Forward

11

Joe Raguso

WW

Forward

11

Bailey Hypes **

WW

Midfield

11

Daniel Campbell

SPG

Midfield

11

Chase Steadman **

CEN

Midfield

12

Hunter Reid

NCT

Midfield

9

Kyle Reckner

NCT

Defense

12

Matt Johnson

NCT

Defense

10

Mike Raguso

WW

Defense

11

Jamie Thomas **

SPG

Defense

12

Chandler Hatcher **

SPG

Keeper

11

Player of the Year – Morgan Vraspir *** (Nature Coast Technical)

Coach of the Year – Ian Wald (Nature Coast Technical)

*** Denotes three-time selection.

** Denotes two-time selection.

2015 HernandoSport.com All-County Boys Soccer Team

Springstead’s Matt McDuff.                                                                Photo by JOE DiCRISTOFALO
 

NAME

 

SCH

 

POS

 

YR

Oscar Vasquez

NCT

Forward

11

Tyler Arcidiacono

SPG

Forward

11

Bailey Hypes

WW

Forward

10

Gilbert Delgado

NCT

Forward

10

Jans Tamayo

CEN

Midfield

12

Morgan Vraspir **

NCT

Midfield

11

Mike Tinari

WW

Midfield

12

Riccardo Solarzano

NCT

Midfield

12

Chase Steadman

CEN

Defense

11

Jamie Thomas

SPG

Defense

11

Trey Florkowski

NCT

Defense

12

Jacob Gotts

SPG

Defense

12

Chandler Hatcher

SPG

Keeper

10

Player of the Year – Matt McDuff *** (Springstead)

Coach of the Year – Ian Wald (Nature Coast Technical)

*** Denotes three-time selection.

** Denotes two-time selection.

2014 Hernando Today All-County Boys Soccer Team

NEXT LION – Springstead’s Frankie Fontan signs with D-II Saint Leo University. Attending the ceremony included his father Ernie and mother Rita. Back row: Brother John and SHS Coach Jason Soto.                                                        Photo by JOE DiCRISTOFALO
 

NAME

 

SCH

 

POS

 

YR

Leonardo Arvedi

HCA

Forward

12

Habib Garcia

HER

Forward

12

Tyler Wendol

SPG

Forward

12

Andrew Jensen **

WW

Forward

12

Harry Bennett **

SPG

Midfield

12

Onno Grabowski

SPG

Midfield

11

Morgan Vraspir

NCT

Midfield

10

Tyler Toth

SPG

Midfield

12

Jubin Thomas **

SPG

Defense

12

Kyle Draper **

NCT

Defense

12

Austin Lacy

NCT

Defense

11

Brandon Begeny

SPG

Defense

12

Matt McDuff **

SPG

Keeper

11

Player of the Year – Frankie Fontan ** (Springstead)

Coach of the Year – Jeremy Crawford (Hernando Christian Academy)

** Denotes two-time selection.

2013 Hernando Today

All-County Boys Soccer Team

Cody Truman
 

NAME

 

SCH

 

POS

 

YR

Frankie Fontan

SPG

Forward

11

Frank Villaizan **

NCT

Forward

12

Nick Hopkins **

HER

Forward

12

Kyle Draper

NCT

Forward

11

Harry Bennett

SPG

Midfield

11

Andrew Jensen

WW

Midfield

11

Zach Campbell

CEN

Midfield

12

Ricky Toth

SPG

Midfield

12

Jubin Thomas

SPG

Defense

11

Alec Perkins

NCT

Defense

10

Mike Radike

WW

Defense

12

Eric Enders

CEN

Defense

12

Matt McDuff

SPG

Keeper

10

Player of the Year – Cody Truman (Weeki Wachee)

Coach of the Year – Shane Tarbox (Weeki Wachee)

*** Denotes three-time selection.

** Denotes two-time selection.

2012 Hernando Today

All-County Boys Soccer Team

NEWEST LION – Spring Hill’s Matt Campbell, who was tabbed Hernando County’s Player of the Year in 2012, signed shortly thereafter with Saint Leo University. Photo by JOE DiCRISTOFALO
 

NAME

 

SCH

 

POS

 

YR

Eric MacLean **

NCT

Forward

12

Frank Villaizan

NCT

Forward

11

Cody Gillis **

HER

Forward

12

Michael Szafranski

SPG

Forward

12

Cody Emmerman **

SPG

Midfield

12

Andrew Brunner

SPG

Midfield

12

Justin Ladouceur

SPG

Midfield

12

Nick Hopkins

HER

Midfield

11

Harry Prentice

SPG

Defense

12

Spyros Kouraros

SPG

Defense

12

Josh Fleischer

HER

Defense

12

Cameron McGeehan

CEN

Defense

12

Jordan Leathers

SPG

Keeper

11

Player of the Year – Matt Campbell *** (Springstead)

Coach of the Year – Sal Calabrese (Springstead)

** Denotes two-time selection.

2011 Hernando Today

All-County Boys Soccer Team

Gerry DeCristofaro
 

NAME

 

SCH

 

POS

 

YR

Andres Pinzon **

HER

Forward

11

Eric MacLean

NCT

Forward

11

Davey Vitola **

CEN

Forward

12

Omar Odulaja ***

CEN

Forward

12

Cody Emmerman

SPG

Midfield

11

Cody Gillis

HER

Midfield

11

Matt Campbell **

SPG

Midfield

11

Christian Velasquez **

CEN

Midfield

12

Tyler Maniatis

CEN

Defense

12

James Wert **

CEN

Defense

12

Jay DeInnocentiis

SPG

Defense

11

Tyler Callaghan

NCT

Defense

12

Joey LaSala ***

SPG

Keeper

12

Player of the Year – Gerry DeCristofaro ** (Springstead)

Coach of the Year – Sal Calabrese (Springstead)

*** Denotes three-time selection.

** Denotes two-time selection.

2010 Hernando Today

All-County Boys Soccer Team

Central High’s Omar Odulaja.                                                                                                                       Photo by JOE DiCRISTOFALO
 

NAME

 

SCH

 

POS

 

YR

Andres Pinzon

HER

Forward

10

David MacLean **

NCT

Forward

12

Terry Wald **

SPG

Forward

12

T.J. Armstrong

CEN

Forward

12

Josh Peirce **

SPG

Midfield

12

Brad Urling **

CEN

Midfield

12

Matt Campbell

SPG

Midfield

10

Christian Velasquez

CEN

Midfield

11

Gerry DeCristofaro

SPG

Defense

11

James Wert

CEN

Defense

11

Mario DelPozzo

SPG

Defense

12

Lachlan Cameron **

NCT

Defense

12

Joey LaSala

SPG

Keeper

11

Player of the Year – Omar Odulaja ** (Central)

Coach of the Year – Sal Calabrese (Springstead)

** Denotes two-time selection.

2009 Hernando Today

All-County Boys Soccer Team

Hernando Christian Academy’s Jeffrey Basciano.                                                                                         Photo by JOE DiCRISTOFALO
 

NAME

 

SCH

 

POS

 

YR

Jeffrey Basciano

HCA

Forward

12

Bobby Bock

CEN

Forward

12

Terry Wald

SPG

Forward

11

Davey Vitola

CEN

Forward

10

Josh Peirce

SPG

Midfield

11

Lachlan Cameron

NCT

Midfield

11

Nick Champney

HER

Midfield

12

Stephan Philippeaux

SPG

Midfield

12

Steve Sullivan

SPG

Defense

11

Brad Urling

CEN

Defense

11

Brandon Waddy

CEN

Defense

10

David MacLean

NCT

Defense

11

Joey LaSala

SPG

Keeper

10

Player of the Year – Omar Odulaja (Central)

Coach of the Year – Hank Deslaurier (Central)

2008 Hernando Today

All-County Boys Soccer Team

Cody Grey
 

NAME

 

SCH

 

POS

 

YR

Jeffrey Basciano

HCA

Forward

11

Will Anderson

CEN

Forward

12

Nathan Leathers

SPG

Forward

9

Sean Byrne

HCA

Forward

11

Zach Magrini

SPG

Midfield

12

Christian Velasquez

CEN

Midfield

9

Pierre Salazar

NCT

Midfield

12

Josh Peirce

SPG

Midfield

10

Steve Sullivan

SPG

Defense

10

Brad Urling

CEN

Defense

10

Darrin Foreman

CEN

Defense

12

Brandon Misener

NCT

Defense

11

Kyle Beach

CEN

Keeper

12

Player of the Year – Cody Grey (Central)

Coach of the Year – Hank Deslaurier (Central)

2007 Hernando Today

All-County Boys Soccer Team

Preston Shutts
 

NAME

 

SCH

 

POS

 

YR

Charles DiNunzio

HCA

Forward

12

McKenzie Olivares

SPG

Forward

10

Garrett Karp

NCT

Forward

10

Cody Washburn

HER

Forward

12

Jacob Grey

CEN

Midfield

12

Preston Shutts

SPG

Midfield

12

Kris Baker

SPG

Midfield

12

Will Anderson

CEN

Midfield

10

Greg Ressel

CEN

Defense

12

Matt Fernandez

SPG

Defense

12

Peter Miceli

SPG

Defense

12

Ian MacLean

NCT

Defense

12

Jason Bowie

SPG

Keeper

12

Player of the Year – Cody Grey (Central)

Coach of the Year – Sal Calabrese (Springstead)

2006 Hernando Today

All-County Boys Soccer Team

Michael Lambraia
 

NAME

 

SCH

 

POS

 

YR

Tristan Lowry

SPG

Forward

12

William Jolliffe

HCA

Forward

12

Nick Sarabalis

CEN

Forward

12

Jesse Diaz

CEN

Forward

12

Peter Miceli

SPG

Midfield

11

Preston Shutts

SPG

Midfield

11

Joel Beiswenger

CEN

Midfield

11

William Jolliffe

HCA

Midfield

12

Brandon Vitola

CEN

Midfield

12

Alex Beiswenger

CEN

Defense

11

Victor Espiritu

HER

Defense

12

C.J. Horvath

SPG

Defense

12

Jason Bowie

SPG

Keeper

11

Player of the Year – Michael Lambraia (Springstead)

Coach of the Year – Sal Calabrese (Springstead)

2005 Hernando Today

All-County Boys Soccer

Joel Beiswenger
 

NAME

 

SCH

 

POS

 

YR

Joel Beiswenger

CEN

Forward

10

Chris Tarr

HER

Forward

12

Nick Sarabalis

CEN

Forward

11

Michael Lambraia

SPG

Forward

11

Alex Beiswenger

CEN

Midfield

10

Joseph Bowers

HER

Midfield

11

Jacob Grey

CEN

Midfield

10

Tristan Lowry

SPG

Midfield

11

J.C. Horvath

SPG

Defense

11

Joey Lorentzen

SPG

Defense

12

Sean Flood

NCT

Defense

11

Jason Bowie

SPG

Keeper

10

Player of the Year – Joel Beiswenger (Central)

Coach of the Year – Jerry Bon (Central)

2004 Hernando Today

All-County Boys Soccer

George Kirshy
 

NAME

 

SCH

 

POS

 

YR

George Kirshy

SPG

Forward

12

Ian Wald

SPG

Forward

11

Austin Grey

CEN

Forward

10

Mike Baumann

CEN

Forward

12

Devin Shaw

SPG

Midfield

12

Michael Lambraia

SPGG

Midfield

10

Trever McDonald

HER

Midfield

11

Josh Coopman

HER

Midfield

12

Mike Hope

CEN

Defense

12

Kyle Munson

SPG

Defense

12

Robert Capozza

SPG

Defense

12

Peter Golembiewski

SPG

Defense

12

Ryan Davis

SPG

Keeper

12

Player of the Year – George Kirshy (Springstead)

Coach of the Year – Sal Calabrese (Springstead)

2003 Hernando Today

All-County Boys Soccer

Kyle Munson
 

NAME

 

SCH

 

POS

 

YR

Tim Woods

CEN

Forward

12

Ian Wald

SPG

Forward

10

Jordan Magrini

SPG

Forward

12

Ryan Greene

SPG

Forward

12

Greg Emmerman

SPG

Midfield

12

George Kirshy

CEN

Midfield

11

Devin Shaw

SPG

Midfield

11

Alex Hensley

HER

Midfield

12

Josh Coopman

HER

Defense

11

Kyle Munson

SPG

Defense

11

Aaron Roth

CEN

Defense

12

Peter Golembiewski

SPG

Defense

11

Daniel Calabrese

SPG

Keeper

12

Player of the Year – Greg Emmerman(Springstead)

Coach of the Year – Sal Calabrese (Springstead)

2002 Hernando Today

All-County Boys Soccer

Sal Calabrese.                                                                                          Photo by JOE DiCRISTOFALO
 

NAME

 

SCH

 

POS

 

YR

Sean O’Sullivan

CEN

Forward

12

George Kirshy

CEN

Forward

10

Greg Emmerman

SPG

Forward

11

Brett Lorenzetti

CEN

Forward

11

Bobby Colon

SPG

Midfield

12

Ian Hasselbarth

SPG

Midfield

12

Ryan Greene

SPG

Midfield

11

Tim Woods

CEN

Midfield

11

Casey Dowell

CEN

Defense

11

Kyle Munson

SPG

Defense

10

Tommy Hessler

HER

Defense

11

Mike Sullivan

SPG

Defense

12

Mike Dye

CEN

Keeper

12

Player of the Year – Sean O’Sullivan (Central)

Co-Coach of the Year – John Andruss (Central)

Co-Coach of the Year – Sal Calabrese (Springstead)

 

 

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