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All-State Baseball teams announced

Class AA

First Team
Dylan Manwaring, Horseheads

Second Team
Brett Wieland, Horseheads

Third Team
CJ Krowiak, Union-Endicott

Fourth Team
Zack Sullivan, Corning

Fifth Team
Nathan Grant, Corning

Sixth Team
David Yorio, Horseheads


Class A

Second Team
Carter Austin, Maine-Endwell

Third Team
Nick Wegmann, Vestal

Fourth Team
Troy Wilson, Vestal

Fifth Team
Zack Kollar, Maine-Endwell

Sixth Team
Casey Kies, Vestal


Class B

First Team
Chris Pindar, Oneonta

Second Team
Pat Bronson, Waverly

Third Team
Chris Ruffo, Chenango Valley

Fourth Team
Brian Colbert, Dryden

Fifth Team
Colby Griffin, Norwich

Sixth Team
Cody Marchese, Waverly
Bruno Bufliosi, Dryden

Seventh Team
Derek Wilson, Dryden
Dylan Perry, Waverly


Class C

Manager of the Year- Jim Miller, Seton
Player of the Year- Michael Korchak, Seton

First Team
Pat Gosney, Seton
Michael Korchak, Seton
Ellington Hopkins, Lansing

Second Team
Austin Bauerle, Bainbridge-Guilford
Damian Zimmer, Sidney

Third Team
Sam Currie, Lansing
Quinn Barnhart, Unatego

Fourth Team
Bill Kozak, Sidney

Fifth Team
Connor Ligeikis, Seton

Sixth Team
Nate Jurusik, Edison
Kellen Komenda, Unatego

Seventh Team
Tyler Troccia, Edison


Class D

First Team
Tyler Phillips, Hancock
Ryan Smith, Hancock
Eli Holton, Hancock

Second Team
Hunter Thomas, Elmira Notre Dame

Third Team
Aaron Carson, Elmira Notre Dame
Jeff Contri, Marathon

Fourth Team
Mike Clark, Edmeston
Kody Barry, Marathon

Fifth Team
Andrew Gillette, Marathon
Daniel Lincoln, Marathon

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