Rochester Soccer Stars From 2009 Season!

TYLER LEPPEK, Rochester High- Leppek was called up to the varsity ranks midway through his freshman campaign and he slowly developed into one of the top snipers in the OAA as a senior. Finishing with 14 goals and five assists, Leppek was honored on the D-1 All-State Third Team.

“I think Tyler really matured this season,” said coach Chris Purgatori. “He became more confident as the season moved along and he scored some big goals for us. He had five two-goal games and was always somebody that the other team had to mark. He was always going 110 percent out there.”

ZACH SCHEWEE, Rochester Stoney Creek- Part of the Cougars’ dynamite duo in the attack, Schewee actually led the Stoney Creek in goals with 11 and added seven assists playing both forward and midfielder. He was named to the Division 1 All-State Third Team and is being courted by Division I programs, including Bowling Green.

“A a lot of people forgot how dangerous Zach Schewee is because of Jordan Tyler and that teams had to mark them both,” said coach Phil Moore. “Zach had a great season. In my two years here, he scored some big goals and a few game winners. He was a huge part of our attack.”

JOEY DILLON, Rochester Adams- Another talented field general for the Highlanders, Dillon was instrumental part of Adams going from a five-hundred team a year ago to a Final Four squad this season in Division 1. Voted to the All-State First Team, this Georgetown-bound senior contributed 10 goals and six assists.

“Joey was one of the most underrated players in our league. He was so valuable for us and big part of why we did so well this year,” said coach Josh Hickey. “He had a great senior season. He was one of our leaders.” READ MORE HERE

From July 2010,

Dan Stickradt