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THE SPORTS REPORTS: ELMIRA'S BRENEN-BUSECK TOPS SUPER 7 AS BOYS LACROSSE ALL-REGION 'PLAYER OF YEAR;' NOTRE DAME'S SCHWEIZER, CORNING'S THOMAS, HOGUE, HORSEHEADS' SULLIVAN, ELMIRA'S GARVIN ALSO EARN TOP HONORS (2024-06-28)

The Sports Reports
An All-American highlights The Sports Reports’ 2023-24 Super 7 Boys’ Lacrosse team as Elmira goalie Sam Brenen-Buseck is the “Player of the Year.

Brenen-Buseck, a D-I commit to LeMoyne, had 208 saves on the season, a shutout and 916 career saves. He was a first-team Section IV Division 1 all-star and a scholastic All-American.

The “Offensive Player of the Year” is Notre Dame’s Finn Schweizer, who was fourth in Section IV in scoring with 85 points. He had 55 goals and 30 assists on the year as a sophomore.

The “Defensive Player of the Year” is A.J. Thomas of Corning. He had a 98 percent win rate against opposing players on close defense. He also had three goals and two assists from his defensive position.

The “Newcomer of the Year” is Horseheads 8th-grader Brogan Sullivan, who had 23 goals and 13 assists this year.

The “Comeback Player of the Year” is Evan Garvin of Elmira. He had 31 goals and 35 assists for Elmira after missing the past two seasons.

Corning coach Chris Hogue is the “Coach of the Year.” He guided Corning to wins in four of the final five games before states, including a win n the Section IV final. After losses to Elmira and Horseheads to start the year, the Hawks avenged those losses and finished 3-0 against those teams the rest of the season.

The All-Region Boys Lacross Super 7
Sam Brenen-Buseck, Elmira: See above.

Finn Schweizer, Notre Dame: See above.

A.J. Thomas, Corning: See above.

Braden Woodworth, Horseheads: Woodworth was first-team all-STAC attack. He had 32 goals and 31 assists for 63 points, and reached his 100th career point as a junior.

Ryan Stukey, Elmira: Stukey had 52 goals, and 24 assists for 76 points.  He was a first-team All-Division 1 Section 4 all-star.

Zachary Lese, Horseheads: Lese  was a first-team all-STAC midfielder. He scored 27 goals and doled out 27 assists, and recorded his 100th career point. Lese is a Mercyhurst commit.

Sawyer Prentiss, Owego:
Prentiss, a sophomore, scored a team-high 49 goals and handed out 11 assists. He was a Section IV, Division 2 second team all-star at midfield.


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