Lyndonville honors fall sports athletes

By Mike Wertman, Sports Writer Posted 27 November 2020 at 8:54 am

Capping off the season Lyndonville High honored its fall sports athletes in a ceremony this past week.

For girls varsity soccer, Lily Jo Carpenter received the Coaches Award while Ella Lewis was named Most Valuable Player and Erin Kiefer the Most Improved Player.

Lewis, who led the Lady Tigers in scoring with 14 goals, has also earned Genesee Region League All-Star honors. Carpenter, Kaylee Nesbitt, Brooklyn Brown, Carina Kingsbury, Emma Roush and Gracie Cogovan all received Honorable Mention.

For boys variety soccer, Russell Stephens was named the Defensive MVP and Nathan Dillenbeck the Offensive MVP.

Dillenbeck, who led the team in scoring with 23 goals, has also earned first team All-League honors as have Stephens and Casey Winiecki. Jack Whipple was a second team honoree while Anthony Moule and Alex Barry were Honorable Mention selections.

For cross-country, Michael Marker was named the MVP and Austin Gardner the Most Improved runner.

For boys JV soccer, Owen Mank was named the Defensive MVP, Sebastian Temich the Offensive MVP and Mason Nicholson the Midfield MVP.

Temich led the team in scoring with 17 goals and 3 assists. Nicholson had 4 goals and 6 assists and Trenton Muck 1 goal and 1 assist. Owen Mank provided strength on the defensive side and Payton Grabowski in goal was 5 for 5 on stopping penalty kicks.