TENNERTON – The post-season honors keep rolling in for the Buckhannon-Upshur boys’ soccer team as the 2018 WVHSSCA AAA Boys All-Region I teams were announced this week.
The Bucs landed two players on the First Team as sophomores Ryan Hurst and Lane Tenney both made it as midfielders.
They are joined by teammates sophomore Sam Squires and senior Logan Kelley.
Squires was a Second Team defender while Kelley was named a Second Team keeper.
Hurst played in 21 games for the Buccaneers and led them in scoring with 27 goals. He also added four assists on the year.
Tenney played in 22 games and had five goals and six assists.
Squires, a stand-out on the defensive side of the ball, didn’t register any offensive stats this season.
Kelley recorded 113 saves on 153 shots and posted two shutouts.
Region I is made up of seven teams – Buckhannon-Upshur, Brooke, John Marshall, Morgantown, Preston, University and Wheeling Park.
Wheeling Park had five players earn First Team honors while University had three.
University swept the individual honors as Joseph Biafora was named the Region I Player of the Year while his coach Dustin Talton was named the Coach of the Year.
Earlier this week, Hurst and Tenney were named to the All-Big 10 Conference Second Team.
REGION I FIRST TEAM
Max Kilwein – Morgantown
Aaron Zerkel – Morgantown
Montgomery Rebelo – Preston
Louise Aulick – Wheeling Park
Joseph Biafora – University
Josh Ferguson – Brooke
Nick Cruny – Brooke
Ryan Hurst – Buckhannon-Upshur
Lane Tenney – Buckhannon-Upshur
Chris Romanek – Wheeling Park
Coleman Meredith – Wheeling Park
Mason Shockley – University
Brock Pickett – University
Clayton Meredith – Wheeling Park
Zach Calvert – Wheeling Park
REGION I SECOND TEAM
Daniel Polinski – Morgantown
Caden Carpenter – Morgantown
Josh Land – Preston
Justin Parsons – University
Garrett Bernardini – Brooke
Liam Cronin – Brooke
Sam Squires – Buckhannon-Upshur
Aiden Pfeiffer – Morgantown
Eric Mace – Preston
Pierce Spain – University
Matthew Reed – Brooke
Logan Kelley – Buckhannon-Upshur
Player of the Year – Joseph Biafora (University)
Coach of the Year – Dustin Talton (University)