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2017 All-WNY boys soccer first team

Name School Class Position – Fast fact

Zakaria Shaibi, McKinley 12 F – 32 of 62 career goals came in fourth and final season with the Macks

Alexander Fusani, Kenmore West 12 F – 20 goals in 2017 is single-season school record, also No. 1 in career goals and points

Abdulhamid Albaneh, Lackawanna 12 F – Winningest captain in school history led Steelers to first regional and state final four appearances

Dylan Talbot, Allegany-Limestone 12 F – Four-time Section VI champion and two-time CCAA East Player of the Year

Abdullahi Hussein, I-Prep/Grover 12 F – Five-year player scored 31 of team’s 54 goals and assisted on seven others

John Griffin, Grand Island 12 F – Carries a 4.0 GPA and moves up from All-WNY large school honors last year

Bryce Schiltz, East Aurora 12 M – Section VI Player of the Year broke school’s career goal mark with 73

Trey Buscaglia, Williamsville East 11 M – Led Flames in goals for second year in a row with 17

Justin Bonetto, Williamsville North 12 M – Team-high 22 goals led Spartans to Class AA championship appearance

Chris O’Brien, Clarence 12 M – Most memorable moment was scoring game-winner at Williamsville North with 2 minutes left

Trevor Moreland, Newfane 12 M – 84 career assists is fourth all-time in NYSPHSAA record books

Jack Bean, East Aurora 12 D – Scored game-winning goal in overtime against Grand Island in Class A final

Spencer Frome, St. Joe’s 12 D – Repeat first-team selection helped Marauders to clean sheets in 12 of 14 wins

Bobby O’Brien, Clarence 12 D – Scored one goal and was part of a defense that allowed only eight this season

Maxwell Balko, Starpoint 12 D – Paced the Spartans with 14 goals from his central defensive midfielder position

Steven Pufpaff, Grand Island 12 G – 30 career shutouts gives three-year starter the program record

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