Chillicothe’s Erslan leads girls’ all-district team



With a sure All-Ohio honor to follow, Chillicothe’s Addie Erslan continues to add to her already jam-packed trophy case.

Erslan has been named the Division I Southeast District Player of the Year after leading her Cavaliers to a 14-3 finish. The senior ended the year with 21 goals and nine assists, and finished her career as the school’s all-time leading scorer with 111 career goals.

Chillicothe’s Tyler Wickham is the Division I Coach of the Year while Wheelersburg’s Todd Jarvis is the Division III Coach of the Year.

Here’s a look at the rest of the Division I, II and III all-district honorees.


Erslan was joined by teammate Gemma Maimone with first-team all-district honors. Earning second-team all-district honors is Chillicothe freshman Ali Mathis.

Honorable mention accolades were also awarded to Chillicothe’s Avery Erslan and Addie Price.


In Division II, Unioto’s defensive duo of Abi Seals and Sydney Free are first-team all-district players. Free, in goal, and Seals, on the back line, have led Shermans to a third district title in the past four seasons.

Joining those two are Waverly’s Loren Moran and Zoiee Smith, a dynamic pair in their own right. Moran and Smith combined for 67 goals and 33 assists while the Tigers won their first-ever outright SOC II title.

Jackson’s Sarah Lefever and Taylor Thorpe are also first-team honorees.

Second-team honors were earned by Jackson’s Kirsten Evans and Marley Stroth, Unioto’s Jaidyn McKell and Brandy Robinson and Waverly’s Michaela Rhoads and Amelia Willis.

Honorable mention honorees were as follows: Jackson’s Emma Bapst and Mattie Walburn, Unioto’s Avery Miller and Arielle Pelletier, and Waverly’s Kylie Smith and Alexis Murphy.


First-team honorees include Valley’s Lucie Ashkettle, Minford’s Mychal Cron and Haley Knore, Northwest’s Ellie Curtis, Wheelersburg’s Laney Eller and Ellie Kallner, Zane Trace’s Alexis Guffey, Clay’s Mekenzie Loper, Piketon’s Olivia MacCrae, Southeastern’s Sierra Mitten and Portsmouth West’s Ashlynn Pfau.

Second-team honors were earned by Northwest’s Jaclynn Burchett, Piketon’s Natalie Cooper, Zane Trace’s Brianna Fetters, Portsmouth West’s Layla McCleese, Southeastern’s Paige Mustard, Minford’s Autumn Picklesimer and Neveah Porter and Wheelersburg’s Jocelyn Tilley.

Honorable mention honorees were as follows: Zane Trace’s Savannah Addy and Brooklynn Wade, Piketon’s Hailey Carter and Brylee Lunsford, Northwest’s Olivia Chambers and Haley Montavon, Minford’s Bailey Howard and Megan Johnson, Southeastern’s Eva Kingery and Rachel Morgan, Portsmouth West’s Zoe-Hanna Rawlins and Alathea Wolfe, and Wheelersburg’s Brynley Preston and Taygan Staggs.

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