Five Tyrone Players Named Mountain League Soccer All Stars

Mountain+League+All+Stars+Riley+D%27Angelo%2C+Makenzie+Latchford+and++and+Natalie+Saltsgiver.
Back to Article
Back to Article

Five Tyrone Players Named Mountain League Soccer All Stars

Mountain League All Stars Riley D'Angelo, Makenzie Latchford and  and Natalie Saltsgiver.

Mountain League All Stars Riley D'Angelo, Makenzie Latchford and and Natalie Saltsgiver.

courtesy photo

Mountain League All Stars Riley D'Angelo, Makenzie Latchford and and Natalie Saltsgiver.

courtesy photo

courtesy photo

Mountain League All Stars Riley D'Angelo, Makenzie Latchford and and Natalie Saltsgiver.

Hang on for a minute...we're trying to find some more stories you might like.


Email This Story






Tyrone/Bellwood soccer’s Corey Johnston, Andrew Pearson, Riley D’Angelo, Natalie Saltsgiver, and Mackenzie Latchford were all named to the Mountain League All-Star team for the 2018 season.

They were recognized for their hard work throughout the season at the Mountain League Fall Sports Banquet held at Tyrone High School on November 12.

Tyrone senior Andrew Pearson began playing soccer when he was only five years old. His favorite memory from this season was winning the last three games going into the playoffs and beating Hollidaysburg in the District Semifinals.

“I would like to thank all of the legendary players who played by my side who have sported Tyrone’s threads in my career, my parents for helping me get better when I was young, and especially Coach Bartlett for helping me throughout this season,” said Pearson.

I would like to thank all of the legendary players who played by my side who have sported Tyrone’s threads in my career, my parents for helping me get better when I was young, and especially Coach Bartlett for helping me throughout this season”

— Senior Andrew Pearson

Tyrone freshman Mackenzie Latchford began her soccer career when was she was just seven years old.

“I would like to thank my coaches always encouraging me and the rest of the team. my family for always believing in her and having positivity, and my fellow teammates always supporting, pushing, and helping me get better,” said Latchford.

In the offseason, Latchford plans to work hard to improve her skills and is looking forward to the team getting more wins next season.

Bellwood junior Corey Johnston who was also awarded MVP for the Mountain League started his soccer career when he was 4 years old.

“My favorite soccer memory was playing in the District 6 championship game,” said Johnston

He would like to thank all of his Tyrone coaches, Nick Miller and Alex Bartlett, his PSUA coach Moe Taylor and most of all, his parents.

“I believe I got this award for working hard during the season and putting in a lot of work in the offseason to keep his game at the highest level it can be,” said Johnston.

For next year Johnston is looking forward to playing another season with the boys and hopefully making it back to where the team left off last season

Her favorite memory was beating Penns Valley and that we were the only team to beat them this season. She would like to tell her teammates never give up and strive for success.

“Whatever you put your mind to and if you stay with it and stay focused you can achieve whatever you want,” said Johnston.

 

Print Friendly, PDF & Email