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Senior     Archbishop Molloy

Duffy was quietly the most consistent pitcher in the CHSAA. Heading to the University of Maryland-Baltimore County, the Little Neck native went 8-3 with a 2.48 earned run average.

Catcher

Mike Xifaras

Senior...

Brian Duffy

Senior     Archbishop Molloy

Duffy was quietly the most consistent pitcher in the CHSAA. Heading to the University of Maryland-Baltimore County, the Little Neck native went 8-3 with a 2.48 earned run average.

Catcher

Mike Xifaras

Senior     St. Francis Prep

Still undecided, Xifaras was one of the league’s top power hitters. The 6-foot, 205-pounder was also stellar behind the plate and belted a mammoth Opening Day blast off the scoreboard at McClancy.

First Base

Roger Cobourne

Senior    Christ the King

St. John’s coach Ed Blankmeyer likes Cobourne’s size and who can blame him. The 6-foot-3, 210-pounder with the sweet swing and quick glove will bring his game to the Red Storm next year.

Second Base

Shaun Cheng

Senior     Archbishop Molloy

Queens College gets a steal in Cheng, who batted .396 with six doubles, four homers, 33 RBIs and stuck out only 14 times. The Woodhaven native was also a stellar fielder for the Stanners.

Shortstop

Vinny Johnson

Senior    McClancy

Johnson excelled both on the field and at the plate for McClancy this year. The Ozone Park native batted .470 with 35 RBIs and will be heading to Gloucester City Community College in the fall.

Third Base

Anthony Bruno

Senior    Holy Cross

Bruno seemed to excel at whatever was asked of him for Holy Cross this year. At the plate he batted .350 with a homer and nine RBIs. On the mound he was 2-4 with a 4.20 ERA.

Left Field

Jason Kaye

Sophomore    St. Francis Prep

Although just a sophomore, Jason Kaye stepped up in some big situations for the Terriers in the playoffs, including the game-winning hit in a win over Mount St. Michael in the second round.

Center Field

Matt Murdoch

Junior    Archbishop Molloy

The junior from Middle Village was one of the top fielding centerfielders in the league this year and was a major reason Molloy was one of the last teams eliminated in the CHSAA playoffs.

Right Field

Danny Lopez

Sophomore    McClancy

When Lopez got on base, which was more often than not, the odds were pretty good he was getting to second base. The sophomore from Astoria batted .380 with a team-leading 25 stolen bases.

Designated Hitter

Elvin Millan

Senior     Christ the King

There was a wealth of talent behind the plate this year and Millan was one of the better catchers in the league. Still undecided, the 6-foot-3, 190-pounder was also one of the top hitters in the CHSAA.

Second Team

Pitcher

Rich Aramento    Jr.    St. Francis Prep

Catcher

Chris Kaible    Sr.    Archbishop Molloy

First Base

Bob Gorvetzian Jr.    McClancy

Second Base

Peter LoebJr.    St. Francis Prep

Shortstop

Joe SilvestriSo.    Archbishop Molloy

Third Base

Joe Taddeo    Sr.    St. Francis Prep

Left Field

Adrian SerranoSr.Christ the King

Center Field

Alex Pinto    So.    St. Francis Prep

Right Field

Kevin BenwayJr.St. Francis Prep

Designated Hitter

Steve Kroski    Sr.    McClancy

Posted 7:07 pm, October 10, 2011
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