The Wheatland-Chili boys soccer team dominated the Genesee Region League, going 9-1, and also finished 16-3 overall and captured the league title.
For that, the Wildcats were rewarded with the Coach of the Year, Player of the Year and three first-team Genesee Region League all-star selections.
Coach of the Year Mike Skivington's squad finished three games ahead of Byron-Bergen in the GR standings.
Senior Garhett Varin easily won the league scoring title with 24 goals, he was tied for tops in assists with 10 and had a combined 58 points. He was an easy choice for the all-star team and Player of the Year.
Keeper Tony Pipitone had a goals against average of just .744 and gave up just 14 goals in 1,525 minutes played
Defender Steve Abbey also is an all-star from Wheatland-Chili.
Byron-Bergen also had three all-stars, led by senior Jordan Kiessling. Kiessling had a goal and an assist as a midfielder.
Junior Casey Longhini led the Bees in scoring with 10 goals and seven helpers for 27 total points.
Junior Dakota Longhini was recognized after scoring twice and dishing out eight assists.
Senior Jason Gaylord had five goals with two assists, for 12 points to lead the contingent of three Kendall players on the all-star squad.
Sophomore Brandon Moore had an assist and makes the team as well as junior Paul Brightly, who scored three goals and dished out three assists.
Lyndonville junior Joe Ianni was fourth in the league in scoring with 12 goals, four assists and 28 points and leads the group of three Tiger all-stars.
Aaron O'Connor had five goals and three helpers with Tyler Silversmith handing out two assists as a defender.
Four Holley players are all-stars.
Sophomore Nick Troup is going to have a great career as he already finished third in the GR in scoring with 11 goals, nine helpers and 31 total points.
Fellow sophomore Brandon Comden had 12 goals, three assists and 27 points with seniors Colton Orbaker scoring four goals with four assists and defender Eric Spychalski scoring once while passing off for three assists.
Senior forward Andy Hagen wound up second in the league in scoring with 16 goals, seven assists and 39 points to lead a pair of Attica players on the squad.
Brandon Reiner - a junior - had eight goals and four assists and is the other Blue Devil.
The second-team selections are:
Lyndonville - Jesse Follman, Aaron O'Connor.
Attica - Joe Wolak, Brandon Storch.
Kendall - Colt Tooley, Joel Mendoza.
Wheatland-Chili - Vince Rubert, Schuyler Johnston, Alex Stryker.
Byron-Bergen - Kody Weinert, Justin Barrett, Tyler Sass, Kevin Rickard.
Holley - Greg Knapp, Eddie Bower, Tim Pratt, Caleb Orbaker.