Sidney graduate Andy Kozak earned all-Mountain Valley Conference honors for baseball during his freshman season at Hudson Valley Community College.
Kozak, The Daily Star's Player of the Year in 2011, hit .363 with two homers and 19 RBIs. He led HVCC in runs scored with 36 and had an on-base percentage of .443. Kozak also won a Rawlings NJCAA Division III Gold Glove as an outfielder.
He had a 1.000 fielding percentage that included 68 putouts and seven assists.
Kozak helped Sidney advance to the Section Four Class C title game in his final two seasons as a shortstop and a pitcher.
Cooperstown graduate Edmonds, a redshirt freshman at Liberty University, finished seventh in the 5,000 meters in the IC4A Track and Field Championships on May 12 at Princeton.
Edmonds finished in a personal-best 14 minutes, 19.09 seconds. Edmonds earned Male Athlete of the Year honors from The Daily Star as a senior in 2010, when he finished fourth overall in the state in the 3,200.
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Freshman Ferchen (Oneonta High) and sophomore Johnson (Edmeston) helped Brockport State's softball team to a 27-15 record.
An outfielder, Ferchen played in 40 games and started 37.
She hit .283 with 13 RBIs and 21 runs scored. Ferchen also had four doubles and finished with eight stolen bases.
Johnson, who helped the Panthers to a Class D state title in soccer as a goalie in 2008, appeared in 15 games and hit .400 this past season.
A utility player, Johnson went 12-for-30 with a double, nine RBIs and two runs scored.
Sophomore midfielder Meschutt (Oneonta High) played in four games for the Western New England lacrosse team.
Meschutt had five groundballs and won both of his faceoff opportunities during the season.
Western New England went 13-5 and advanced to the second round of the NCAA Division III tournament. Its season ended with a 15-9 loss to Rochester Institute of Technology.
Oneonta High graduate Scorzafava appeared in 17 games for Oswego's baseball team.
A junior infielder, Scorzafava went 6-for-30, with a double, seven runs scored and one RBI. He also walked four times and was hit by four pitches.
Oswego finished its season at 20-20.
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