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High school boys’ soccer stars named

ADDISON COUNTY — Twenty-five Middlebury, Mount Abraham, Vergennes and Otter Valley boys’ soccer players earned postseason honors from the Lake Division or Southern Vermont League B Division Coaches, and eight — at least one from each school — were named either a Division II or D-III All-State Player.

Three players were named to the D-II All-State Team. Two were Tigers, senior midfielder Henry Carpenter and junior goalie Owen Lawton, and the third was Eagle striker Eli Burgess.

Three Commodores made the D-III All-State Team: versatile senior Jonah Mahé, senior striker Shamus Rooney and junior midfielder Jack Wyman. Joining them as D-III All-Stars are two Otter seniors, goalie Hayden Bernhardt and midfielder Kieran Williams.

Four Tigers were named to the Lake Division First Team: Lawton, Carpenter, defender Trey Bosworth and striker Zack Wilkerson. Mahé, Rooney and Wyman joined them, as did Burgess and senior defender/midfielder Neil Guy from Mount Abe.

Bernhardt and Williams from OV were SVL B Division First Team All Stars.

Named to the Lake Division Second Team were two Eagle seniors, goalie Creed Stilwell and defender Henry Cogswell; two Commodore senior defenders, Mike Serpico and Hayden Bowen; and three Tiger juniors, defender Henry Hunsdorfer and midfielder/defenders Ben Seaton and Toby Wells-Spackman.

Earning Honorable Mention from the Lake Division were Oliver Anderson, Greg Wilhelm and Eddie Hodde from MUHS; Mount Abe’s Carter Monks and Chance Denecker; and Commodores Ethan Gebo, Oakley Francis and Jade Edwards.

Earning Honorable Mention from the SVL B Division were Otters Evan Thomas, Fraser Pierpont and Luca Cifone.

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