Roy-Hart, Albion head All-League soccer team

By Mike Wertman, Sports Writer Posted 17 November 2021 at 10:24 am

Photos by Cheryl Wertman – Leading scorers on the N-O All-League first team are Roy-Hart’s Kara Choate, left, and Albion’s Abby Scanlan.

Champion Roy-Hart and Albion have both placed four players on the first team of the annual Niagara-Orleans All-League girls soccer squad.

Roy-Hart, which captured the N-O title for the second year in a row, is represented by senior forward Kara Choate, junior midfielder Nadia White, sophomore defender Amelia Konstanty and freshman midfielder Kaitlyn Mettler. Choate and White are both three-time first team honorees.

Choate, who has been named N-O Player of the Year, had 38 goals and 9 assists, Mettler 8 goals and 13 assists and White 6 goals and 7 assists.

Albion has placed the senior quartet of forward Abby Scanlan, midfielder Nicolina Creasey, defender Leah Pritchard and goalie Sydney Mulka.

Scanlan, a three time first team honoree, had 19 goals and 5 assists and Creasey 7 goals and 9 assists. Mulka, a two-time first team selection, made 103 saves and had a goals against average of 1.27.

Wilson is represented by the trio of senior defender Kaelin Faery, sopohmore midfielder Leia Cloy and sophomore defender Rian Faery.

Cloy, a two-time first team honoree, had 16 goals and 11 assists and Rian Faery 6 goals and 6 assists.

Rounding out the first team is Newfane senior defender Angelina DiTullio, a two-time honoree who had 3 goals and 3 assists.

Photos by Cheryl Wertman – Roy-Hart first team honorees, from left, Amelia Konstanty, Nadia White and Kaitlyn Mettler.

Roy-Hart has a trio of second team honorees including senior goalie Reanna Perkins, senior defender Brooke Livergood and junior defender Grace Parker.

Albion has placed senior defender Alyson Knaak and freshman forward Cami London.

Wilson is represented by the junior trio of midfielder Maddie Schultz and defenders Kaylee Allcorn and Maddy Miller.

Akron likewise has placed three players including senior midfielders Lauren Wagner and Leah Patterson and sophomore midfielder Katie Leeds.

Newfane is represented by freshman midfielder Anna Chunco.

Photos by Cheryl Wertman – Albion’s first team honorees, from left, Leah Pritchard, Nicolina Creasey and Sydney Mulka.

The Honorable Mention selections, listed by school, are as follows:

Akron – Cydney Brandl (Jr.), Maggie Middaugh (So.) and Amelia Berghorn (Jr.)

Albion – Kenzi Hapeman (Sr.), Charley London (Sr.) and Aurora Serafin (Sr.)

Newfane – Ainsley DeBaise (Jr.), Liza MacFarlane (Sr.) and Megan Beiter (Sr.)

Roy-Hart – Ava Owens (Sr.) and Allie Trombley (Fr.)

Wilson – Morgan McInnis (Sr.), Isabella Lemke (Sr.) and Sara Urban (Jr.)

Contributed Photos – Wilson’s first team honorees, from left, Leia Cloy, Kaelin Faery and Rian Faery.