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posted 11/27/2013NSCAA AND ADIDAS AWARDS

ALL NEW YORK STATE PLAYERS (FYI...Coaches must be a member of the NSCAA to nominate their player!)

LARGE SCHOOL

FIRST TEAM
KYLE KLECKNER Senior EAST AURORA and ALL REGION II and ALL AMERICAN (1 of only 61 players in the entire country!)

SECOND TEAM
BRYAN DAIGLER Senior SWEET HOME and ALL REGION II

THIRD TEAM
SAM WASSON Senior CLARENCE

FOURTH TEAM
JAKE MONTANTE Senior CANISIUS

FIFTH TEAM
VICKRAM GOEL Senior WILLIAMSVILLE EAST

SMALL SCHOOL

FIRST TEAM
PETER CALLERI Senior NICHOLS

SECOND TEAM
MATTHEW BORN Senior RANDOLPH

FOURTH TEAM
ZACHARY JACKSON Senior RANDOLPH

FIFTH TEAM
SCOTT BARBER Senior MEDINA/LYNDONVILLE

posted 11/21/2013END OF YEAR AWARDS

2013 Section VI Player of the Year
BRANDON GALANTI Senior FRONTIER

2013 Section VI Coach of the Year
KEVIN BEALE EAST AURORA

2013 Section VI Referee of the Year
TOM GEORGE

Thank you to Moe's Southwest Grill for supplying the awards and gift certificates!

posted 11/18/20132013 ALL WESTERN NEW YORK

1ST TEAM
AUSTIN MEDOLE Senior AKRON Goalkeeper
DREW BRAUN Senior IROQUOIS Defender
EZANA KAHSAY Senior INTERNATIONAL PREP Defender
JAKE MONTANTE Senior CANISIUS Defender
MATTHEW SUTTER Senior CITY HONORS Defender
BRANDON GALANTI Senior FRONTIER Midfield
VICKRAM GOEL Senior WILLIAMSVILLE EAST Midfield
KYLE KLECKNER Senior EAST AURORA Midfield
CHRISTOPHER MAYROSE Senior AKRON Midfield
SAMMY WASSON Senior CLARENCE Midfield
MATTHEW BORN Senior RANDOLPH Forward
BRYAN DAIGLER Senior SWEET HOME Forward
RYAN ROSS Senior GRAND ISLAND Forward
PATRICK SCHULZ Senior CLARENCE Forward

2ND TEAM
MICHAEL BIEDNY Senior CLARENCE Goalkeeper
MICHAEL FRANZ Senior EAST AURORA Defender
HENRY FROME Junior ST. JOE'S Defender
ZACH JACKSON Senior RANDOLPH Defender
MITCH KOCH Senior WILLIAMSVILLE EAST Defender
LUKE LOECHER Senior LANCASTER Defender
MICHAEL ANDERS Senior CANISIUS Midfield
RICHIE BRINKMAN Senior KENMORE EAST Midfield
PATRICK EADIE Senior NEWFANE Midfield
PAUL MALINOWSKI Junior WILLIAMSVILLE SOUTH Midfield
HASSAN SABTOW Senior RIVERSIDE Midfield
JEREMY BARI Junior NIAGARA WHEATFIELD Forward
WADE BERGUM Senior LAKESHORE Forward
ZACH DAKE Senior HAMBURG Forward

3RD TEAM
PETER CALLERI Senior NICHOLS Goalkeeper
SCOTT BARBER Senior MEDINA/LYNDONVILLE Defender
ANDY BUELL Senior WILLIAMSVILLE SOUTH Defender
TIM GESEL Senior WILLIAMSVILLE EAST Defender
JOET KEEM Sophomore SWEET HOME Defender
NICK LAMASTRA Junior WILLIAMSVILLE NORTH Defender
TRISTAN DESNEREK Senior SOUTHWESTERN Midfield
JOE FARRELL Junior GRAND ISLAND Midfield
HARRISON FAY Junior EAST AURORA Midfield
QUINN LEE YAW Senior JAMESTOWN Midfield
DAVID MEEKINS Senior MAPLE GROVE Midfield
CONNOR GREEN Senior ELLICOTTVILLE Forward
MOHAMED HUSSEIN Senior INTERNATIONAL PREP Forward
CONOR SAELI Junior ORCHARD PARK Forward

posted 11/04/20132013 FAR WEST REGIONALS

ALL GAMES WILL BE PLAYED AT EASTRIDGE HS (2350 East Ridge Road, Rochester, NY 14622)

Friday November 8th
Class D ELLICOTTVILLE (11-6-0) vs JASPER-TROUPSBURG (14-3-1) 5:00 PM
Final score Jasper-Troupsburg 3 Ellicottville 0
Class A EAST AURORA (18-1-1) vs PITTSFORD-MENDON (10-3-6) 7:30 PM
Final score Pittsford-Mendon 1 East Aurora 0

Saturday November 9th
Class C INTERNATIONAL PREP (14-1-0) vs WILLIAMSON (16-4-0) 12 NOON
Final score Williamson 4 International Prep 1
Class B AKRON (16-4-0) vs LIVONIA (19-0-0) 2:30 PM
Final score Livonia 2 Akron 1
Class AA CLARENCE (18-1-1)vs FAIRPORT (17-0-2) 5:00 PM
Final score Fairport 1 Clarence 0

posted 10/31/20132013 SECTIONAL CHAMPIONS

Congratulations to our 2013 Section VI Champions

AA CLARENCE 18-1-1 Coach Mike Silverstein
A1 WILLIAMSVILLE EAST 17-2-1 Coach Jeff Librock
A2 EAST AURORA 18-1-1 Coach Kevin Beale
B1 MEDINA-LYNDONVILLE 13-5-2 Coach Steve Luksch
B2 AKRON 16-4-0 Coach Chuck Pfohl
C INTERNATIONAL PREP 14-1-0 Coach Tony Alessi
D ELLICOTVILLE 11-6-0 Coach Matt Finn

A Overall Champion East Aurora 2 defeated Williamsville East 1
B Overall Champion Akron 2 defeated Medina-Lyndonville 0

posted 09/15/2013NEW YORK STATE POLL

Class AA
#9 Clarence

Class A
#8 East Aurora
#10 Williamsville East

Class B
#7 Akron

Class C
#7 International Prep
#17 Randolph

Class D
#7 Ellicottville

posted 09/08/2013Section VI large school and small school top 10

LARGE SCHOOL

1) Clarence (ECIC I) 16-1-1 57 pts (4)
2) East Aurora (ECIC III) 18-1-1 54 pts (1)
3) Williamsville East (ECIC II) 17-2-1 53 pts
4) Sweet Home (ECIC II) 13-3-2 31 pts
5) Canisius (MMAA) 12-4-0 30 pts
6) Orchard Park (ECIC I) 10-10-0 21 pts
7) Grand Island (NFL) 14-4-1 20 pts
8) Riverside (Buffalo) 14-1-0 16 pts
9) St Joe's (MMAA) 7-7-2 12 pts
9) Lancaster (ECIC I) 11-6-0 12 pts

SMALL SCHOOL

1) Akron (N-O) 14-4-0 70 pts (7)
2) Newfane(N-O) 13-2-1 61 pts
3) International Prep (Buff) 12-1-0 50 pts
4) Randolph (CCAA III) 15-0-3 45 pts
5) Medina-Lyndonville (NO) 12-4-2 43 pts
6) Southwestern (CCAA I) 16-0-2 38 pts
7) Nichols (MMAA) 7-8-1 24 pts
8) Christian Central Academy (IAC) 12-1-0 23 pts
9) City Honors (Buff) 12-5-1 17 pts
10) Lafayette (Buff) 10-4-1 7pts

posted 08/25/2009Coaches Code of Ethics

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.

 

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