Local trio earns G-R All-Star honors

By Mike Wertman, Sports Writer Posted 7 March 2020 at 11:51 am

Photos by Cheryl Wertman – Lyndonville’s Nate Dillenbeck, left, and Nathan Hydock have earned Genesee Region League All-Star honors.

Lyndonville’s duo of senior Nathan Hydock and junior Nate Dillenbeck, along with Holley senior Kohl Morgan, have all earned Genesee Region League All-Star honors.

Hydock averaged a double-double this season with a team leading 281 rebounds (14.1 average) and 262 points (13.1 ave.) He also had 39 blocks and 27 steals.

Dillenbeck led the Tigers in scoring with 458 points (21.7 ave.) He also had 97 rebounds, 53 assists and 39 steals.

Morgan likewise had a double-double season for the Hawks as he averaged 15 points and 14 rebounds.

Holley’s Kohl Morgan is a G-R All-Star honoree

Four other Orleans players have earned Honorable Mention on the G-R squad including Lyndonville junior Russ Stephens, Holley senior Carson Major along with the Kendall duo of senior Mason Kuhn and junior Derek Edick.

Stephens scored 257 points (11.7 ave.) and grabbed off 172 rebounds (7.8 ave.). He also had 56 assists and 27 steals.

Major averaged 15 points per game while Kuhn scored 194 point (9.7 ave.) and grabbed off 111 rebounds and Edick had 293 points (15.4 ave.), 90 rebounds, 49 assists and 43 steals.

The G-R All-Star lineup also includes Elba seniors Colton Dillon and Collin O’Halloran, Notre Dame senior Gabe MacDonald and sophomore Colin McCulley, Byron-Bergen seniors Alexander Brumsted and Chad Green, Oakfield-Alabama senior Joey Burdick and junior Travis Wiedrich, Pembroke senior Noah Godzala, Alexander senior Bryce Davis, Attica senior Frankie Bisceglie and Wheatland-Chili sophomore Aaron Lund.

Dillon, who has been named G-R Player of the Year, and MacDonald will represent the league in the Ronald McDonald game.

The Honorable Mention list also includes Elba junior Greyson Huntington, Notre Dame senior Keith Szczepanski and junior Mark Sanders, Byron-Bergen junior Nicolas Baubie, Attica senior Tyler Meyer and junior Aydan Goll, Alexander eighth grader Trent Woods, Oakfield-Alabama sophomore Kameron Cusmano and W-C sophomore Brendan Moore.