HUDSON — Coxsackie-Athens placed a total of nine players on the recently released Section II Class South Division All-Star team, according to first-year coach Fred Howard.

Patrick McManus (All-Purpose), Spencer Tergeoglou (Kicker/Punter), Colin Riley (Offensive Line), Jesse Pickett (Defensive Line), Thomas Notabartolo (Linebacker) and Cole Wagor (Defensive Back) were all first-team selections.

Brandon Wolbert (Quarterback), Dillon Hynes (Wide Receiver) and Anthony Patti (Offensive Line) earned second-team recognition.

C-A had its most successful season in years under the guidance of Howard. The Indians won four games, qualified for the Section II Class C playoffs and won the annual Green County Cup game against Catskill/Cairo-Durham.

Taconic Hills, Catskill/Cairo-Durham and Ichabod Crane were also represented on the Class C South Division All-Star team

Bo Burns (Running Back), Shane Kraus (Offensive Line) and Charlie Beck (Tight End) were first-team selections from Taconic Hills. Tyler Peck (Quarterback), Ryan Nielsen (Defensive Line) and Chris Cortwright (Wide Receiver) were named to the second team.

Catskil-Cairo-Durham had one of the youngest teams in Section II, but still managed to place three players on the South Division first team: Eddie Rogers (Running Back), Skyler Van Tassel (Center) and Anthony Patti (Defensive Line).

Ichabod Crane’s Joe Penzabene (Quarterback) and Jason Craig (Wide Receiver) were recognized for their strong performances this spring by earning first-team status.

In Class B, Reinfurt Division runner-up Hudson was well-represented. Quarterback Caleb Romano earned first-team recognition after completing 48 of 96 passes for 911 yards with 13 touchdowns and just two interceptions.

Mike Green was named to the first-team as a wide receiver. The senior standout was one of the most versatile players in the division, catching five passes for 104 yards and a touchdown, while also leading the Bluehawks in rushing with 373 yards and two touchdowns on 64 carries.

Senior guard Brock Saunders was named a first-team offensive lineman.

Earning second-team recognition for the Bluehawks were Isaiah Maines (Wide Receiver/Running Back), Kasey Moore (Wide Receiver), Jake Hromada (Offensive Line) and Brandon Alexander (Defensive Line).

Maines rushed for 245 yards and three touchdowns on 29 carries and caught 14 passes for 205 yards and three scores. Moore snagged 14 receptions for 380 yards and five touchdowns.

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