CROZET, VA (CBS19 SPORTS)-- "Tyler Spano is probably one of the most fearless competitors, one of the greatest team leaders that I've had the opportunity to coach," said Western Albemarle head coach Mario Washington.

With a 92% win rate, there's no one more consistent on the X than Tyler Spano.

"Sometimes you just gotta take a deep breath and try not to be in the moment too too much and focus on that faceoff," said Spano, a senior midfielder.

"He's one of those guys that has the ability to understand the big moment and step up and he doesn't let the nerves get to him," said Washington.

Despite losing a year to COVID-19 Tyler has taken over taken over 900 faceoffs, standing alone as Western Albemarle's faceoff man. But before he was on the X, he was in the goal cage.

"He's selfless," said Washington, "He's willing to do what the team needs. At one point he was a youth goalie for us before he was taking faceoffs, so he's willing to do whatever it is that the team needs him to do in those big moments."

It's all due to his selfless leadership, as a captain Spano is always the first to step up in whatever way necessary.

"Being goalie, it's one of those positions that takes a unique mindset and that's one of the areas that we knew we had a great player in Tyler and that he could go from playing goalie for a half or so to then taking faceoffs and winning those faceoffs pretty easily," said Washington.

"I try to lead by example, because we have a ton of young guys this year which is awesome, but me and all the other team captains we try to show up to practice early and set good examples and always give 100% in the drills," said Spano.

And his time serving others on the field isn't over, Tyler has committed to play 4 more years at Washington and Lee University.