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Boys’ soccer players honored

MUHS SENIOR STRIKER Alex Bleich, seen here celebrating one of his goals in the Tigers' playoff win over Woodstock, was one of several local boys' soccer players named as a Division II or III All-State players.

ADDISON COUNTY — Boys’ soccer players from Middlebury, Mount Abraham, Vergennes and Otter Valley union high schools have received Division II or III All-State honors and have been recognized by either the Lake Division or Southern Vermont League B Division for their efforts this fall. 
Three Tiger seniors earned D-II All-State honors, forwards Alex Bleich and Owen Connelly and midfielder/defender Oliver Poduschnick. 
Eagle forward Branden Reynolds joined them on the D-II All-State Team. 
Commodore defenders Aidan Gebo and Tucker Stearns and Otter forward Cole Letourneau were named to the D-III All-State squad. 
Bleich, Connelly, Poduschnick, Reynolds, Gebo and Stearns also were named Lake Division First-Team All-Stars, and Eagle defender Griffin Paradee joined them as a Lake First-Team All-Star.
Letourneau was joined on the SVL B Division First Team by midfielder Kieran Williams, and OV forward/defender Lane Eddy earned a berth on the SVL B Division Second Team. 
Achieving Lake Division Second Team recognition were Tiger midfielders Henry Carpenter and Andy Giorgio, Eagle midfielder Neil Guy, and Commodore forwards Avery Husk, Jonah Mahé and Jonathan Willis.
Receiving Honorable Mention from the Lake Division were Tiger goalie Owen Lawton and defender/midfielder Lucas Nelson, Eagle defender Latham Lomax and goalie/forward Will Vichi, and Commodore midfielder Shamus Rooney.

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