Wednesday, June 23, 2010

The Record's 2010 All-Area baseball and softball teams - reader input requested

The Record's 2010 All-Area baseball and softball teams are being put together right now, but we're also looking for your input.

Which players deserve to make the cut? Who did you think was the Player of the Year? Which coach earned this year's Coach of the Year award?

I will be in touch with coaches to get their opinions and stats (coaches, if you're reading, please submit any nominations or numbers to me via troyrecordsports AT gmail DOT com) and I'll also be factoring in my notes and recollections from the season in determining which players will make the teams.

For now, cast your votes in the comments or send them to me via email. In a few days, I will post a poll listing the top vote-getters to see who the readers have picked as the Players and Coaches of the Year.

Here is your chance to have a say, so have at it!

(Update 10 a.m., June 18): Thanks for all of your responses so far. Keep them coming in the comments or via email. I can't promise that everyone will make the cut, but I will certainly give everyone consideration.

(Update, 1:30 p.m., June 21): We plan on publishing the All-Star section on Sunday, so please keep your nominations coming through Saturday. It will be a very tough job, but I'll do my best to slot all of these players where they belong, based on statistics, team success and input from coaches.

(Update, 6:45 p.m., June 23): Thanks again to all of you who have sent in your votes and comments for our All-Area teams which are set to be published on Sunday.
I have done my best to reach out to coaches and athletic directors, but there are still a few schools I yet to hear back from. I know some folks change phone numbers and emails over time, so my contacts list may not be up-to-date anymore. If you know these coaches or ADs, please let them know that I need their stats ASAP or I'll be forced to leave them on our honorable mention team.
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Softball: Troy, Shenendehowa, Berlin, Averill Park.

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57 Comments:

Anonymous Anonymous said...

zac lennon- wfd. batted about .700 this year for the fordians

June 17, 2010 at 7:17 PM 
Anonymous THS Fan said...

Take a good look at the Troy High softball players and PLEASE keep in mind that those girls were forced to with a tremendously difficult situation with their coach. That team played through a lot of conflict this year, none of it that they were responsible for.

My favorites are:

Liz Belleville on the mound, huge improvement every year. She goes right after the batters and usually prevails.

Lauren Cooney at third, clutch hitter, awesome on base percentage and great glove. Really has a tremendous head for the game.

June 18, 2010 at 7:44 AM 
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Softball Player of the year Danielle Amyot - Shenendehowa

Stats - 18-1 record with 11 shutouts, 120 innings pitched with 8 earned runs allowed (.47 ERA), 194 strikeouts with 15 walks.

Awards - Suburban Council MVP, Section 2 Player of the Year.

June 18, 2010 at 9:48 AM 
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Don Glennan from cchs as coach, led a 12 win turnaround this year.

June 18, 2010 at 10:20 AM 
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Here are some suggestions for softball. Not sure what your area exactly is, or how far it covers but here goes:

Pitchers: Danielle Amyot (Shen), Rachel Quackenbush (Hoosick Falls), Jena Servidone (Columbia), Maddie Coneys (CCHS), Anna Arceneaux (Mechanicville)

Catchers: Meg Volz (Lansingburgh), Sammy Smaldone (Bethlehem), Rebecca Smith (Ichabod Crane)

Infielders: Giuliana Figliomeni (Shen), Mary Beth Dombrowski and Megan Burns (Bethlehem), Hannah Kutny (CCHS), Shana Cooper & Bailei Tetrault (Cohoes), Alysa Russell & Shannon McBride (Mechanicville), Lauren Cooney (Troy)

Outfielders: Meagan Hallenback (Columbia), Serena Moroukian (Niskayuna), Abby Maiello (Mechanicville), Alex Remillard (Cohoes)

I'm sure that more than you need, but I would make a team out of those girls. Each one of them has had a fantastic year both offensively and defensively (that should come into play as well, defense wins championships). They all have very good sportsmanship too.

June 18, 2010 at 5:54 PM 
Anonymous Anonymous said...

I don't know the teams from the other leagues as well as the previous post but I have a few players from the Big 10 who deserve a look. Maddie Coneys stepped up big time this year and helped her team obtain results above and beyond what was expected. Besides her stats, I agree with the previous post; she is a great sport and handles herself well as far as that part of the game goes.

Lauren Cooney from Troy is a player who most coaches tell their hitters to stay away from. She has a great glove and good arm, but what sets her apart is how she always knows where the ball is and where it needs to go. Both offensively and defensively she plays with an instinct for the game. She's a great sport too; she always has a smile on her face.

June 18, 2010 at 11:39 PM 
Anonymous Anonymous said...

What about some of the other infielder from CCHS such as Amanda LaPlante (2nd) and Kylie Benoit (1st). They saved a lot of runs with diving catches and double plays. It's not just Hannah Kutny would always seem to "save the day."

June 20, 2010 at 8:13 PM 
Anonymous Anonymous said...

jake shaw has been putting up numbers for burgh since modified playing hurt all year with a pulled hamstring and still managed to make first all star team this kid has has done every thing on his own and was good to see him get a little attention this year in the news

June 21, 2010 at 6:01 AM 
Anonymous Anonymous said...

I agree with above comments about defense. Kylie Benoit 1b was solid all year for CCHS especially in big games in the Uncle Sam and the two wins vs Troy High

June 21, 2010 at 1:02 PM 
Anonymous Anonymous said...

large school baseball suggestions

Pitchers: Dave Roseboom, Nick Cioffi, Steve Basile, Jeff Hoffman
Catchers: Will Remillard, Brian O'Keefe
Infielders: JP Sportman, Branden Cogswell, Matt Zanotta, Sean Geisel, Zach Remillard
Outfielders: Anibal Maldonado, Matt Sand, Steve Ziter

June 21, 2010 at 3:50 PM 
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Large school Pitchers
Cioffi, Kalica, Hoffman

Small School Pitchers
Roseboom, Basile

Player of the year
Zanotta

Coach of the Year
LaValley

June 21, 2010 at 4:09 PM 
Anonymous Section II Fan said...

Derick Horn Ichabod Crane. Signed early in November with D-1 Sacred Heart University. Batted .500, Switch hitting Catcher,Corner. Scholar Athlete and Ch. 13 Player of the week.

June 21, 2010 at 5:19 PM 
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Columbia`s Jena Servidone had an outstanding career at Columbia:

5 year Varsity starter (P, of)
All-State Pitcher (2nd Team)
Over 45 Career Pitching Wins (Top 3 at Columbia All-Time)
Sunburban Council league MVP 2009
4X Suburban Council 1st Teamm All-Star (Voted By SSC Coaches)
3x TU / Troy Record / Gazette 1st Team All Star / Honorable Mention as 8th grade
Led Team to 2009 Section 2 Class AA Title, Regional Championship & State final 4
4yr.High Honor & Honors Student
* Attending Union College this fall

June 21, 2010 at 9:33 PM 
Anonymous Anonymous said...

I agree 100% with the June 18th 10:20AM comment.

Danielle Amyot was outstanding, along with Rachel Quackenbush.

Mary Beth Dombrowski, Alysa Russell, Shannon McBride were all very great defensively and offensively. They definitely had great bats all year. Shannon is very quick to get the ground balls up the middle and Alysa was a great lead off hitter for Mechanicville.

Abby Maiello and Alex Remillard were extremely impressive also. Mechanicville's gutsy decision to move their great outfielder to 2nd base at the end of the season turned out pretty good. Alex made many great plays, double plays and had a great bat for Cohoes.

June 21, 2010 at 11:21 PM 
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Pitching: Casey Rowland, Toni Edwards, Jena Servidone, Liz Bellville, Rachel Quakenbush. Casey took Colonie a long way this season with her killer rise ball, Toni was dominant in sectionals, Servidone got Columbia to where they were working hard during the regular season, and Bellville gave Colonie their toughest battle in sectionals keeping them to 2 runs in 9 innings, I also think her ERA was under 1 for Troy this year, Rachel Quakenbush, what can I say? She's amazing!
Fielding: Hannah Kutney, Lauren Cooney, Mary Beth Dombrowski, Meg Volz

June 22, 2010 at 8:04 AM 
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Cooney and Belleville from THS. Lauren is solid as a rock at third and always knows what to do with the ball. She alwyas finds a way to get on base and makes it over the plate more than often. Great attitude.

belleeville is fearless on the mound and takes it right to the hitters and usually prevails. She has improved tremendously since last year and she's only a Junior!

June 22, 2010 at 9:57 AM 
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Have to disagree a little with the posting of June 17th, while Belleville is good and does sometimes go after the batters, she puts her teammates in an awkward position by walking 2 and 3 batters in any given inning. No doubt, she does improve but she has to learn to really pitch and challenge rather than finesse. She has a very good team behind her.

June 22, 2010 at 4:55 PM 
Anonymous Anonymous said...

An overlooked and underestimated player from all the lists, is the Troy High Shortstop Gabby Daniels. Very mobile and fast defensively and is able to move the runners ahead of her around the bases. Comes through in the clutch. Gabby Daniels and Lauren Cooney are a good 1 - 2 punch at the plate and in the infield for Troy.

June 22, 2010 at 6:22 PM 
Anonymous Anonymous said...

I have to disagree with June 22, 2010 6:22 PM poster, while Daniels is quick and solid defensively at Short, and when on base was aggresive, she only hit well against the weaker Big 10 teams, but she struggled against any tougher pitching, such as Rowlan from Colonie and Link from Taconic. That wasn't the case with the shortstop from Bethlehem and CCHS (Dembrowski and Kutney), who both get my nomination defensively.

June 22, 2010 at 6:49 PM 
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Pitcher Quackenbush, Catcher Volz, 1B Benoit, 2B Maiello, SS Drombrowski,3B Cooney, OF Hallenback, Moroukian, and Remillard

June 22, 2010 at 8:37 PM 
Anonymous Anonymous said...

P: Danielle Amyot
C: Sammy Smaldone
INFIELD: Dombrowski, Russell, Kutney, Benoit, McBride, Cooney
OUTFIELD: Remillard, Moroukian, Hallenback

June 22, 2010 at 9:11 PM 
Anonymous CCHS fan said...

Here's another overlooked player: Amanda LaPlante(2nd) from CCHS. She not only had 2 HR this year, but she played an outstanding 2nd base. She made diving plays, double plays and other plays that most people would never even think about attempting.

June 23, 2010 at 8:38 AM 
Anonymous Anonymous said...

p- boom, hoffman, basile,kalica, ingham
c- remillard, okeefe, horn
inf- zanotta, gardealla, sportman, cogs
of- maldanado, zeiter, bernardo
mvp- zanotta
coach- lavalle

June 23, 2010 at 9:25 AM 
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Taylor Daniels, 8th grader from Watervliet Jr/Sr. High was the starting shortstop with a batting average of .479 and an OBP of .511. She made the All Star Colonial Council 2nd team. First 8th grader from Vliet to do so. I'm sure we will all here about her in the next 4 years!

June 23, 2010 at 9:29 AM 
Anonymous Anonymous said...

coach lavalley
p roseboom kalica basile
c remilard horn
inf zanotta sportman cogswell
of maldonado bernardo
mvp zanotta

June 23, 2010 at 10:00 AM 
Anonymous Anonymous said...

What OF in Suburban Council has the highets Batting average?

June 23, 2010 at 12:13 PM 
Anonymous Anonymous said...

How do you compare players from Suburban, colonial and big ten when Suburban council has so much deeper pitching?

June 23, 2010 at 12:17 PM 
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Defensively Anansa Benbow has made play after play showing consistency and her ability to range can arguably place her amongst the best. While hitting in the number three slot in a decent Troy line-up she may have led the team in hitting with a .442 BA and .580 OBP.

June 23, 2010 at 12:56 PM 
Anonymous Anonymous said...

A lot of big ten and colonial teams have faced many tough pitchers in non-league games which do count when it comes to stats. You can compare.

June 23, 2010 at 2:21 PM 
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Take a look at Cohoes center field Alex (speedy) Remillard.
She has an eye for fielding the ball, covers a wide range with speed and excellent accuracy, strong arm, double plays from center field to home plate. Nothing gets passed her in the field.

June 23, 2010 at 11:39 PM 
Anonymous Anonymous said...

"Big 10" and "Colonial" pitchers face and beat "Suburban" pitchers every year in summer ball on their club teams, they have a stronger team behind them. You compare, when teams like Shen have over 100 kids to choose from compared to teams like Cohoes who are lucky if 15 kids tryout? Just because the team may be weaker doesn't mean the pitching is.

June 24, 2010 at 8:19 AM 
Anonymous Anonymous said...

All-Area Baseball:

Lots of great players. Good luck. Your Most Valuable Player - should be all around player. Someone who doesn't just hit home runs but has the whole package!

June 24, 2010 at 3:01 PM 
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Pitchers: Roseboom, Hoffman, Basile, Coleman, Kalica & Cioffi.
Catchers: Remillard & O'Keefe.
Infielders: Zannotta, Sportman, Cogswell, Ingham & Gardella.
Outfielders: Ziter, Maldonado, Sand & Bernardo.
Coach: LaValley.
Player of Year: Sportman.

June 24, 2010 at 4:11 PM 
Anonymous Anonymous said...

This year, Suburban council has Amyot, Ostram, Servadone, Edwards, Lane, Rowland, and many number two pitchers who would have started at any Big Ten or Colonial council team. There is no one in the colonial or Big ten that falls in this group. That's not to belittle the top hitters in that group because Volz, case, cipperly, and a few others could hit in suburban. But the numbers are inflated because of the weak pitching.

June 24, 2010 at 10:49 PM 
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Case struggles in Big 10 much less suburban, talk about inflated numbers. When your father keeps the book there are no errors on defense, but plenty on offense.

June 25, 2010 at 8:52 AM 
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Cohoes beat Ostrom and went 10 innings with Servadone to lose by 1. Obviously Cohoes hitters could do something off of these 2 suburban pitchers. They didn't face the others.

June 25, 2010 at 12:09 PM 
Anonymous Anonymous said...

That is not the only parent that keeps books. Shanna Cooper with a .400 BA and 1 error all year? She got 1st team ss for troy record and times union. PLEASE. I've watched her make many more errors then 1 but her mother does the book! That is not fair. Shannon McBride deserves 1st team ss. What a shame.

June 25, 2010 at 2:52 PM 
Anonymous Anonymous said...

If you notice in this blog, baseball players are named that are being nominated for all area but sofball is a catfight. I had a son come through the Suburban Council and played baseball 2 years ago and I thought that the baseball parents were crazy, these softball parents are not only CRAZY but NUTS too! Softball parents are not afraid to call out a player by name and put them down, something you don't see in baseball blogs. Wow!

June 25, 2010 at 3:53 PM 
Blogger Troy Record Sports said...

Gang, please keep it to positive nominations only. Let's talk about why players should be on the team instead of why they should not. I thought everyone did a pretty great job on that front for a week, so thank you for your positive replies.

Also, The Record's All-Area team has not yet been released, so the June 25, 2:52 comment is incorrect.

Our teams will be published in Sunday's newspaper. I'll also have a digital edition on this page some time early next week.

June 25, 2010 at 3:59 PM 
Anonymous Anonymous said...

The Lake George pitcher is probably the most dominant small school pitcher and she didn't even make first team on TU site? Wow. Also these things are tough because some of the best players don't play for top teams like Mechanicville or Cohoes and pitching for those teams, with their great defenses, make the pitchers look even better. There were at least 2 pitchers in the Colonial that struck out more girls than the girls getting the awards and all the press. Too bad it didn't somehow go more by stats than by a few influential people.

June 25, 2010 at 5:20 PM 
Anonymous Anonymous said...

How is the 2:52 comment incorrect? She was named 1st team ss for colonial council all stars. also just named 1st team ss in TU. That is not incorrect.

June 25, 2010 at 5:31 PM 
Blogger Troy Record Sports said...

"She got 1st team ss for troy record and times union."

The Record's annual All-Area team will not be released until Sunday.

The Record has nothing to do with the selection of the Colonial Council All-Star team, which is I believe what the commenter meant by saying "1st team ss for troy record." Those teams are voted on by the coaches and submitted to us for publication.

June 25, 2010 at 5:46 PM 
Anonymous Anonymous said...

A few of the comments above are a result of anonymous commenting. If people had to post with his or her name behind it, then the comments would not be as harsh.

While I think that addressing these comments is already stooping down a level, I must say that it's awful to be putting down players, whether or not her father or mother is doing the book. Lots of teams have parents coaching or doing the book: Catholic High, Lansingburgh, Mechanicville, Cohoes, and I'm sure there are others. Funny, each one of those teams are successful. But let's just call that a coincidence.

Next, it's the coaches that vote on each league's respective all-star teams. Who knows the players better than the coaches? If a player's batting average or defensive skills are inflated by stats, shouldn't that be exposed in the voting process? From what I've seen, the Suburban, Big 10, Colonial, etc. have got it right in their All-Star teams.

And the coaches don't just base it on batting averages, RBIs, and slugging percentages. According to the TU's small-school team, Shana Cooper hit .400 with four doubles, while Ashley Miley hit .441 with nine doubles, three triples and three home runs. The coaches voted Cooper onto the first team, Miley onto the second team. While I think that both players are deserving of first-team status, it just goes to show that the stats don't tell the tale.

And at all of these meetings, the coaches can't vote for their own players! So for anyone to make the first or second team of her respective league, it should be the ultimate token of respect to see that opposing coaches think you're worthy. But it SHOULDN'T be a pedestal for anonymous commenters to try to push a player down.

I'll close by circling around. I only wish that there weren't such a thing as anonymous commenting, because it creates a whole new dog-eat-dog world of hostility for people to rip players apart. To the comment on how it's not nearly as hardcore in baseball, I don't know why that is, but I only wish it was the same for all sports.

June 25, 2010 at 6:58 PM 
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Either way.. Many players are getting what they don't deserve and many players aren't getting what they do deserve.

June 25, 2010 at 9:29 PM 
Anonymous Anonymous said...

How many pitchers are illegal and cheat by replanting...good question all of the suburban pitchers. And many more lets try to find a legal pitcher in the area.....GOOD LUCK.

June 25, 2010 at 10:42 PM 
Anonymous Anonymous said...

fryer/amarosi over basile/hoffman for 1st team...hahahaha

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