Three Bucs earn Big 10 All-Conference soccer honors

TENNERTON – The Buckhannon-Upshur Buccaneers landed three players on the 2021 Big 10 All-Conference Soccer Team that was announced by conference officials Monday morning.

Senior Caden Andrick was named to the First Team as a midfielder while senior Julien Larcher was named to the First Team as a defender.

Andrick played in all 21 games for the Bucs and collected six goals and five assists from his midfield position.

Larcher had five goals and two assists from the B-U backfield in 20 games.

Junior goalie Dalton Auvil was selected as a member of the Second Team.

Auvil posted four shutouts on the season in 20 games played and had a 1.84 goals against average.

The Bucs finished the year with a 7-8-6 record.

Fairmont Senior won the conference championship while Ethan Gregory of Philip Barbour was Player of the Year and Arthur Knight was named Coach of the Year.

2021 Big 10 Boys Soccer All Conference


Caden Andrick – Midfield – Buckhannon-Upshur

Julien Larcher – Defender – Buckhannon-Upshur

Brock Amos – Forward – Bridgeport

AJ Dinaldo – Midfield – Bridgeport

Evan Parr – Midfield – East Fairmont

Kaelen Armstrong – Midfield – Fairmont Senior

Nate Flower – Defender – Fairmont Senior

Bubby Towns – Forward – Fairmont Senior

Gage McVicker – Midfield – Grafton

Layne England – Forward– Grafton

Hayden Dodd – Midfield – Liberty

Cole Lanham – Forward – Lincoln

Grant Dadisman – Forward – Philip Barbour

Ethan Gregory – Midfield – Philip Barbour

Alex Bovino – Midfield – Robert C Byrd

Cameron Clark – Goalkeeper – Robert C Byrd


Dalton Auvil – Goalkeeper – BuckhannonUpshur

Ezra Myers – Midfield – Bridgeport

Brody Nolte – Defender – Bridgeport

Seth Donlin – Defender – East Fairmont

Aaron Elliott – Midfield – Elkins

Austin Elliott – Midfield – Elkins

Caleb Young – Defender – Fairmont Senior

Landen Hulley – Midfield – Grafton

Gavin Wolverton – Defender – Grafton

Joey Aman – Midfield – Lewis County

Tanner Griffith – Forward – Lewis County

Wyatt Rock – Defender – Liberty

Cody Cooper – Goalkeeper – Philip Barbour

Trenton Whited – Forward – Philip Barbour

Cordell Ayers – Midfield – Preston

Jacob Williams – Forward – Preston

Conference Champion:  Fairmont Senior

Player of the Year:  Ethan Gregory – Philip Barbour

Coach of the Year:  Arthur Knight – Grafton

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