Best Game: Alden - 28, Depew - 26
Biggest Upset: Williamsville North defeating Sweet Home
Best QB Performances: Jake Sisson, Jamestown & Brian Stoldt, Alden
Best All-Around Performances: Derick Isler, Williamsville North; Zack Panebianco, Jamestown; Cody Penner, Depew
Best RB Performance: Brandon Thomas, Cleveland Hill; Chris Doubek, Randolph; Derick Isler, Williamsville North
Impact Injury: Kyle Mayer, Maple Grove/Chaut. Lake
Best Gatorade Shower: Mike Mammoliti, Williamsville North
Best Referee: Bruce Hoffman, Class B Title Game
Worst Defeat: Cattaraugus/Little Valley losing to Frewsburg 33-0, and Frontier losing to Jamestown 42-7.
Record Breakers: Jake Sisson and Zack Panebianco
Best Defenses: Randolph, Williamsville North
Coming-Out Party: Duke Hwang, Jr. LB, Williamsville North
Best Announcer: Jamestown
Best Cheerleaders: Williamsville North
Best Fans: Frontier, Williamsville North
Best Statistician: John Eagen
Best Volunteer Coach: Dan Kelly, Williamsville North -- brought intensity to the Spartan football program.
Best Junior Lineman: Mike Bowers, Randolph; George Attea, Williamsville North
Best Comeback: Alden
Jamestown: Expected to be in the final. The play of Sisson was unexpected and off-the-chart.
Sweet Home: Expected to be in the final.
Williamsville North: The Cinderella Spartan defeated Goliath, joining David in the ranks of big upsets.
Alden: Expected to be in the final, even after losing several starters due to the "Stoldt" factor.
Depew: Wildcats rebounded from a shutout loss to rival Lancaster with a comeback win over Alden for the Title.
Cleveland Hill: Expected to be in the Title with several starters returning from last year's Championship squad.
Fredonia: Jr. Matt McCarthy gave the Hillbillies a run game to earn a berth in the Title game.
Randolph: Defending State Champions returned 7 starters on both sides of the ball. They are expected to be in the final.
Maple Grove: The merger with Chaut. Lake helped the Thunder Dragons make it to the Title game.