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All-Pinellas County boys soccer team

Clearwater Central Catholic’s Kyle Curinga and Seminole’s Gina Hayduke were goal-scoring machines from different positions.


Clearwater Central Catholic’s Kyle Curinga and Seminole’s Gina Hayduke were goal-scoring machines from different positions.

Boys player of the year

M Kyle Curinga, Sr., Clearwater Central Catholic

The best criteria for picking a player of the year is how would the team fare if that player were not on the team. The Marauders were a slightly above-average team this year. Take away Curinga and it would have been a losing season for sure. He scored 33 goals and added 31 assists, and that's after missing a handful of games because of club team commitments. "There is no doubt in my mind that he is the best player out there," CCC coach Jim Harte said. "One of the best I've ever coached."

Most impressive accomplishment: Curinga was not only talented at midfield, but in a game against Bradenton St. Stephens he was moved to goalkeeper when the starter and reserve both were injured. He allowed a goal, but he also recorded an assist on a goal kick.

Did you know? During his four-year varsity career, Curinga played every position on the field.

First team

F Teddy Aloizakis, Sr., Dunedin: Had 29 goals and 13 assists to lead the Falcons.

F Garrett Bocon, Sr., Seminole: Bocon was big all season, but he was all over the place during the Warhawks' postseason push.

F Brandon Kim, Jr., Palm Harbor University: Had some big goals this season.

M Thomas Dieffenballer, So., East Lake: Coaches picked him as a first-team All-PCAC selection as well.

M Kiril Dimov, Sr., Palm Harbor University: Scored some big goals throughout the season and in the playoffs.

M Jeffrey George, Jr., Countryside: Played a big role in district tournament championship.

M Tarik Salkicic, Sr., Seminole: Had 19 goals and eight assists and was the Warhawks' go-to player.

D Robert Sennabaum, Sr., Palm Harbor University: He was like a wall in the back for the Hurricanes.

D Tyler Zulewski, Sr., Seminole: Speedy defender who can shut down top scorers.

GK Danny George, Sr., Countryside: The Florida Gulf Coast commitment is one of the most athletic keepers in the county.

Coach of the year

Rick Masi, Seminole. Led the Warhawks to the Class 4A state final.

Second team

F Yann Cerf, Sr., Seminole

F Eldi Feimi, Sr., Dixie Hollins

F Hudson White, Sr., St. Petersburg

M Alexi Cortez, Sr., Osceola

M Chad Gessner, Sr., Indian Rocks Christian

M/GK Jared Lucero, Sr., Dunedin

M Austin Powell, Jr., Clearwater

M Roberto Ycaza, Sr., St. Petersburg Catholic

D Taylor Cook, Sr., Countryside

D Adam Stephany, Sr., Osceola

GK Sean Covington, Jr., St. Petersburg

Honorable mention

Admiral Farragut: Louie Bobelis; Clearwater: Devohn Dublin, Bar Eshel, Donovan Price; Clearwater Central Catholic: Jared Brown, David Campbell, Billy Englert, Ray Fox, Tommy Going, Michael Purcell, Saul Ramirez; Countryside: David Kuckkhan, Dalton Martinez, Mike Tsalickis; Dixie Hollins: Miguel Lumbreras; Dunedin: Erik Brenner, Mike Koulouvaris; East Lake: Robert Coggin, Hunter Davis, David Gray; Gibbs: Clarke Jacobson, Amarildo Tahiri; Indian Rocks Christian: Shane Haas, Reid Hammil, Tyler Margan; Lakewood: Shai Brown, Chris Huber, Exavier Jones; Largo: Marcus Blanchard; Northeast: Kyle Apperson, Demis Cordova, Steve Rudderham, Victor Saucedo; Osceola: Taylor Abilone, Ben Brainard, Joey D'Alessandro, Colin Donalson; Palm Harbor University: Charlie Hales, Josh Preisig, Spencer Yost; Pinellas Park: Dusan Avramovic, St. Petersburg: Semmes Bruce, Blake Bryant, Jesse Lawhead, Hunter Loyden; Shorecrest: Sam Cressman; Seminole: Gerard Corning, Dean Favetta, Liam Murphy, Daniel Welland

All-Pinellas County boys soccer team

03/17/12 [Last modified: Saturday, March 17, 2012 10:04pm]
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