Six Section II players made the first team as the New York State Sportswriters Association released its baseball all-star teams. Here is the list of the Section II players honored by the NYSSWA.


Zach Remillard (SS, La Salle) 1st team, Matt Sand (OF, CBA) 2nd team, Miles Kelly (P, Shenendehowa) 3rd team, David Hoffmann (C, Niskayuna) 4th team, Connor Ramon (P, Columbia) 6th team, A.J. Maney (OF, Columbia) 7th team.




Ryan McGrath (1B/P, Lansingburgh) 1st team, Nick McKinney (SS, Glens Falls) 2nd team, Zach Milton (P, Glens Falls) 2nd team, Mike Harrington (1B/P, Glens Falls) 4th team, Danny Maynard (C/3B/P, Burnt Hills) 6th team, Brad Adams (C, CCHS) 7th team.




Tyler Hynes (3B/C, Albany Academy) 1st team, Cameron Overbaugh (SS/P, Catskill) 3rd team, Mavist Frederick (P/INF, Hudson) 4th team, Nick Pascarelli (OF, Schalmont) 5th team, Justin Brock (SS, Albany Academy) 6th team, Kody Shaw (P/OF, Fonda) 7th team



Kevin Connolly (P/3B, Voorheesville) 1st team, Kyle Collins (2B/SS, Galway) 2nd team, Harold Dettmer Jr. (OF/P, Fort Plain) 3rd team

Chris Hanafin (1B/P, Fort Plain) 3rd team, Mike Chiseri (C, Voorheesville) 4th team, Will Brooking (P/C, Rensselaer) 4th team, Tim Burek (P/1B, Rensselaer) 5th team, Ron Morello (OF, Hoosic Valley) 5th team.



Joe Foran (SS, Fort Ann) 1st team, Jeff Johnson (OF/C, Fort Ann) 1st team, Kris Payne (C, Salem) 2nd team, Nick Burch (P/INF, Salem) 2nd team, Ryan Paulsen (OF, Loudonville Christian) 3rd team, Tyler Spence (OF/P, Loudonville Christian) 4th team.




NYSSWA online only

The New York State Sportswriters Association will cease publication of the weekly eight-page newsletter after the last two issues in our 45th year in the business.

Paid membership in the organization has dwindled to barely a quarter of what it was at its peak, making it impractical to continue printing.

The NYSSWA will continue to operate its website (and related offshoots like without skipping a beat.

Though the website is steadily growing both in traffic and revenue, the NYSSWA has operated in the red for the better part of a decade. A lot of the $40 annual membership was consumed by printing and postage costs, leaving less money in the till to pay small stipends to some of our various sport editors who compile the rankings.