LARGE SCHHOL (Class AA & A)
ALEX REID Lockport 1st Team ALL NYS, All Region II and ALL AMERICAN
PARKER HEALEY East Aurora 2nd team All NYS and All Region II
BRANDON SCHICK Williamsville East 3rd Team All NYS and All Region II
SAM WASSON Clarence 4th Team All NYS
COLE BEALE Hamburg 4th Team All NYS
SMALL SCHOOL (Class B, C & D)
PARKER HEALEY East Aurora 1st team All NYS
RYAN KELLER East Aurora 2nd Team All NYS
MIKE GANDT Maryvale 4th Team All NYS
KYLE KLECHNER East Aurora 4th Team All NYS
Congratulations to the following individuals who were recognized by their 2012 accomplishments:
2012 Section VI Player of the Year
BRANDON SCHICK Williamsville East
2012 Section VI Coach of the Year
JEFF LIBROCK Williamsville East
2012 Section VI Referee of the Year
Section VI is very proud of Coach Jeff Librock and the Williamsville East Flames as they defeated Brighton High School in the Far West Regional. Williamsville East will play Jericho (8) on Saturday November 17th in Middletown at 8:30 AM. The Section VI soccer community wishes the Flames much luck as they attempt to win the Class A NYS Championship!
Jericho 4 Williamsville East 2
Congratulations to our sectional champions
AA Co-ChampsClarence and coach Mike Silverstein (Clarence advances on PK's)
AA Co-Champs Lockport and coach Jeff Hulshoff
A1 Williamsville East and coach Jeff Librock
A2 Riverside and coach Fred Sales
B1 East Aurora and coach Kevin Beale
B2 Tonawanda and coach J.J. Gabor
C Maple Grove and coach Kevin Beaton
D North Collins and coach Jay Walters
ALL GAMES WILL BE HOSTED BY SECTION VI AT HAMBURG HIGH SCHOOL
Friday November 9th
Class C Maple Grove 18-1-1 vs Williamson 18-0-2 5:00 PM
Final score Williamson 3 Maple Grove 0
Class A Williamsville East 19-0-0 vs Brighton 15-3-1 7:30 PM
Final score Williamsville East 2 Brighton 0
Saturday November 10th
Class D North Collins 13-3-0 vs Jasper Troupsburg 12:00 PM
Final score Jasper Troupsburg 3 North Collins 0
Class B East Aurora 20-0-0 vs Livonia 18-0-1 2:30 PM
Final Score Livonia 3 East Aurora 2
Class AA Clarence 18-0-1 vs Webster Schroeder 17-1-2 5:00 PM
Final Score Webster Schroeder 3 Clarence 2
Section VI soccer community would like to extend our heart felt wishes to our down state friends who have suffered through hurricane Sandy! Our thoughts and prayers are with you!
Congratulations to the former Lewiston Porter Varsity coach and current Williamsville East JV soccer coach Jim Clauss who will be inducted into the New York State Soccer Hall Of Fame Saturday November 17, 2012 in Middletown New York. Jim has won 14 NFL titles, 7 Section VI titles, 2 Far West Regionals, 2 State Semi titles. He has also coached 2 All Americans, numerous All Region, All State and All NFL League players. Jim was the Section VI Chairman for 14 years and hosted the Boys Soccer State Tournament in '90, '93 and '95. Jim joins 3 other section VI representitives in the New York State Soccer Hall of Fame, Ken Kreinheider (Clarence), Bob MaCalister (Amherst 2010) and Joe Adamec (Lancaster 2011).
Clarence High School # 5 also ranked #12 in the Region II National NSCAA/ADIDAS poll
Lockport High School # 7
Williamsville East High School # 3 also ranked #8 in the Region II national NSCAA/ADIDAS poll
Williamsville South High School # 16
East Aurora High School # 5
Maple Grove High School # 10
Randolph High School #15
North Collins High School # 6
Section VI Large School Poll
1. Clarence (3) 65 pts 17-0-0
2. Williamsville East (3) 64 pts 18-0-0
3. Lockport (1) 60 pts 17-0-0
4. Williamsville South 49 pts 13-2-2
5. Orchard Park 37 pts 11-4-2
6. Sweet Home 31 pts 12-4-2
7. Riverside 28 pts 13-0-1
8. Grand Island 21 pts 12-5-1
8. Canisius 21 pts 8-4-2
10. Lancaster 4 pts 10-6-1
10. Niagara Wheatfield 4 pts 9-8-4
Section VI Small School Poll
1. East Aurora (6) 60 pts 19-0-0
2. Maple Grove 41 pts 18-1-1
2. Tonawanda 41 pts 13-6-1
4. Newfane 37 pts 14-3-1
5. Akron 35 pts 12-5-2
6. North Collins 30 pts 13-3-0
7. Southwestern 20 pts 14-2-2
8. International Prep 12 pts 8-5-1
9. Maryvale 7 pts 11-4-3
10. Randolph 4 pts 16-2-0
10. Olean 4 pts 13-3-2
10. Maryvale 6 pts 11-4-3
The function of a coach is to educate students through participation in interscholastic competition. An interscholastic program should be designed to enhance academic achievement and should never interfere with opportunities for academic success. Each student-athlete should be treated as though he or she were the coaches' own, and his or her welfare should be uppermost at all times. Accordingly, the following guidelines for coaches have been adopted by the NFCA Board of Directors.
The coach shall be aware that he or she has a tremendous influence, for either good or ill, on the education of the student-athlete and, thus, shall never place the value of winning above the value of instilling the highest ideals of character.
The coach shall uphold the honor and dignity of the profession. In all personal contact with student-athletes, officials, athletic directors, school administrators, the state high school athletic association, the media, and the public, the coach shall strive to set an example of the highest ethical and moral conduct.
The coach shall take an active role in the prevention of drug, alcohol and tobacco abuse.
The coach shall avoid the use of alcohol and tobacco products when in contact with players.
The coach shall promote the entire interscholastic program of the school and direct his or her program in harmony with the total school program.
The coach shall master the contest rules and shall teach them to his or her team members. The coach shall not seek an advantage by circumvention of the spirit or letter of the rules.
The coach shall exert his or her influence to enhance sportsmanship by spectators, both directly and by working closely with cheerleaders, pep club sponsors, booster clubs, and administrators.
The coach shall respect and support contest officials. The coach shall not indulge in conduct which would incite players or spectators against the officials. Public criticism of officials or players is unethical.
Before and after contests, coaches for the competing teams should meet and exchange cordial greetings to set the correct tone for the event.
A coach shall not exert pressure on faculty members to give student-athletes special consideration. A coach shall not scout opponents by any means other than those adopted by the league and/or state high school athletic association.
No recorded games for this day.
No recorded games for this day.