Allegany-Limestone recorded a perfect 10-0-0 in Chautauqua-Cattaraugus Athletic Association boys’ soccer this season and was rewarded with a league title and multiple post-season awards.
Senior goaltender Jack Conroy was named the league’s All-Conference Player of the Year as the Gators hit nine shutouts and made 65 saves in a total of 19 games.
Conroy on the first team included junior midfielder Sean Conroy, senior forward Eric Spring and senior midfielder Zach Luce. Sean Conroy had six goals and four assists; Spring had 28 goals and 14 assists; and Luce had six goals and 10 assists.
Second-placed Southwestern, who finished the league 8-2-0, also received several awards, including a Coach of the Year award for Jason Deering.
Trojans second forward Connor Young joined Spring as attacking co-player of the year after Young scored 34 goals and provided five assists.
Southwestern’s senior midfielder James Pirrello was named the league’s Defensive Player of the Year after the Trojans conceded just 33 goals this season. Pirrello also had four goals and five assists.
Joining Young and Pirrello in the first team were senior defender Spencer Bell and senior midfielder Nolan Froah. Bell had six goals and one assist while Froah had eight goals and 11 assists.
Third-placed Fredonia, who finished with a 6-4-0 league record, put three players in the first team. Senior striker Sal Tabone had 20 goals and seven assists; Senior forward Sam Murphy had 11 goals and eight assists; and senior midfielder Jayden Yerico had three goals and two assists.
Fredonia also received the Team Sportsmanship Award with Hillbillies junior defenseman Jack Pietro, winner of the Individual Sportsmanship Award.
Olean placed two players in the first team. The Huskies were represented by senior midfielder Quintin Allen (nine goals, one assist) and junior defenseman Alex Linderman (two goals, three assists).
Jamestown also placed two players in the first team. The Red Raiders were represented by junior forward Noah Rivera (15 goals, six assists) and junior midfielder Noah Burch (five goals, 10 assists).
The league voted Jerome Lee-Yaw Official of the Year.
Sean Conroy Junior Allegany Limestone
Eric Spring Senior Allegany Limestone
Jack Conroy Senior Allegany Limestone
Zach Luce Senior Allegany Limestone
Connor Young Sophomore Southwestern
James Pirrello Senior Southwest
Spencer Bell Senior Southwest
Nolan Froah Senior Southwest
Sal Tabone Senior Fredonia
Sam Murphy Senior Fredonia
Jayden Yerico Senior Fredonia
Quintin Allen Senior Olean
Alex Linderman Junior Olean
Noah Rivera Junior Jamestown
Noah Burch Junior Jamestown
Cooper Wilczewski Freshman Allegany Limestone
Anthony DeCapua Senior Allegany Limestone
CJ Ellison Junior Allegany Limestone
Seth Vaughn Sophomore Southwestern
Gavin Ternullo Sophomore Southwestern
Jonas Gesing Junior Southwest
Gray Kidder Sophomore Southwestern
Andrew Cowan sophomore Fredonia
Calder Anear Senior Fredonia
Andre Fratercangelo Junior Olean
Josh Gardner Senior Olean
Tyler Maloney Junior Jamestown
Andres Pacheco Junior Jamestown
Evan Sharpe Senior Jamestown
Brady Corbett Senior Dunkirk
Allegany Limestone: Henry Bairton (Sr.), Carson Kwiatkowski (Soph.), Mason Deming (Sr.), Zach Burnett (Sr.), Tyler Griffin (Sr.)
Southwest: Neves Hoose (Jr.), Bergen Nelson (Soph.)
Fredonia: Zach Hall (Sr.), Jack Pietro (Jr.)
Olean: Tyler Camp (Jr.), Brennen Keiler (Soph.), Trevor Crouch (Jr.)
Jamestown: Jarron Cotter (Soph.), Kollon Knisley (Sr.)
Dunkirk: Anthony Piede (fresh), Naisaih Rodriguez (fresh)