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2016 All SE District Awards

Post by 4thgoal » Mon Nov 14, 2016 8:47 am

Has anyone seen the all-district award winners posted? I looked a few places, but I haven't seen it anywhere.



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Re: 2016 All SE District Awards

Post by 4thgoal » Wed Nov 16, 2016 3:47 pm

Nobody has any information?

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Re: 2016 All SE District Awards

Post by AthensSoccerFan » Wed Nov 16, 2016 5:44 pm

The results should have been published in the book that is printed in conjunction with the senior all stars game that happened over a week ago. Does anyone have a copy of that book that can take a picture of the page/pages and post it?

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Re: 2016 All SE District Awards

Post by Soccerfan1 » Thu Nov 17, 2016 12:22 pm

They are published in the Athens Messenger... 13 hrs ago!! I dont have access or I would post them!! Same with the boys!!

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Re: 2016 All SE District Awards

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All-Southeast District Soccer Team

Girls’ Division I—First Team

Elle Roberts (Logan) 11 Defender, Rachel Cottrill (Logan) 12 Midfielder

Girls’ Division I—Second Team

Megan Gwinn (Logan) 11 Defender, Hannah Visintainer (Logan)

Girls’ Division I—Honorable Mention

Madi Gabriel (Logan), Josie Riggs (Logan)

Girls’ Division II--First Team

Kate Moulton (Athens) 12 Forward, Maddie Davis (Athens) 11 Midfielder, Payton Davis (Chillicothe) 12 Forward, Morgan Bircher (Circleville) 12 Midfielder, Avery DeLong (Circleville) 12 Forward, Amber Lee (Fairfield Union) 12 Midfielder, Parker Ruff (Fairifled Union) 12 Defender, Madi Olier (Gallia Academy) 12 Midfielder, Callan Myers (Hillsboro) 10 Forward, Cheirstynn Cooper (Jackson) 11 Defender, Amelia Jackson (Jackson) 10 Forward, Brandi Grambo (Logan Elm) 12 Midfielder, Embrey Roberts (Marietta) 12 Defender, Taylor Polley (McClain) 12 Forward, Lauren Truex (Miami Trace) 12 Midfielder, Jayla Campbell (Unioto) 10 Midfielder, Katie Rauch 12 (Warren), Hannah McAllister (Waverly 12 Defender

Girls’ Division II--Second Team

Avital Savin (Athens) 12 Defender, Mclich Johnson (Chillicothe) 10 Defender, Sarah Moats (Circleville) 10 Forward, Bryce DeLong (Circleville) 12 Midfielder, Taylor Davis (Fairfield Union) 10 Forward, Theron Ruff (Fairfield Union) 11 Midfielder, Erin Lincoln (Gallia Academy) 10 Midfielder, Hope Tira (Hillsboro) 12 Forward, Lullian Vanzant (Hillsboro) 12 Midfielder, Mika Johnson (Jackson) 11 Midfielder, Sarah Balzer (Jackson) 11 Goalkeeper, Emmily King (Logan Elm) 12 Midfielder, Lexie Mullen (Marietta) 10 Forward, Beckley Smith (McClain) 9 Defender, Hanna Reisinger (Miami Trace) 12, Savannah Vanhoose (Unioto) 11 Goalkeeper, Montana Myers (Unioto) 11 Defender, Taylor Vickers (Warren) 10 Defender, Breanna Murphy (Waverly) 10 Midfielder

Girls’ Division II--Area Honorable Mention

Grace Kemerer (Athens) 12 Midfielder, Rorey O’Malley (Athens) 11 Midfielder

Girls’ Division III--First Team

Samantha Love (Alexander) 12 Midfielder, Lindsey Stanley (Belpre) 12 Defender, Rebecca Canaday (Chesapeake) 11 Defender, Madison Hopkins (Eastern Brown) 11 Midfielder, Carly Arnold (Fairfield Leesburg) 12 Forward, Abby Newkirk (Fairfield Leesburg) 12 Forward, Tori Hall (Fairland) 10 Forward, Hannah Binkley (Lynchburg-Clay) 12 Forward, Shelby Chisman (Lynchburg-Clay) 12 Defender, Peyton Scott (Lynchburg-Clay) 10 Midfielder, Aurie Coriell (Minford) 10 Forward, Marissa Watters (Minford) 11 Goalkeeper, Lakyn Hupp (North Adams) 11 Forward, Madee Shipley (North Adams) 11 Goalkeeper, Destiny Ruth (Northwest) 10 Defender, Caitlyn Bradford (Peebles) 12 Midfielder, Camryn Alexander (Piketon) 10 Goalkeeper, Sam Nolen (Clay) 12 Midfielder, Kali Mitten (Southeastern) 12 Forward, McKinley Mitten (Southeastern) 11 Midfielder, CheyAnn Beckley (South Point) 12 Goalkeeper, Heidi Hunter (West Union) 10 Midfielder, Christen Risner (Wheelersburg) 10 Forward, Morgan Willoughby (Wheelersburg) 12 Forward, Emma Click (Zane Trace) 11 Defender, Gracie Dunkie (Zane Trace) 10 Defender

Girls’ Division III--Second Team

McKena Rice (Alexander) 10 Midfielder, Courtney Wells (Belpre) 12 Defender, Darby McCloud (Chesapeake) 12 Defender, Jasey DuFresne (Eastern Brown) 11 Defender, Katie Hoover (Eastern Brown) 11 Goalkeeper, Rylie McKinley (Fairfield Leesburg) 11 Goalkeeper, Shay Turner (Fairfield Leesburg) 11 Forward, Emily Browning (Fairland) 10 Defender, McKayla Binkley (Lynchburg-Clay) 12 Forward, Lexi Waits (Lynchburg-Clay) 12 Midfielder, Erin Daniels (Minford) 11 Midfielder, Aspen Lambert (Minford) 11 Midfielder, Kitasha Mesmer (North Adams) 12 Forward, Sydnie Jenkins (Northwest) 10 Midfielder, Nichole Norman (Northwest) 12 Midfielder, Grace Barge (Peebles) 12 Goalkeeper, Molly Armstrong (Piketon) 12 Defender, Mandy Morris (Southeastern) 11 Defender, Audrie Wheeler (Southeastern) 12 Midfielder, Mallory Wells (South Point) 12 Midfielder, Madison Welch (West Union) 12 Defender, Mikala Wolke (West Union) 12 Goalkeeper, Sophie Hagans (Wheelersburg) 10 Midfielder, Libby Miller (Wheelersburg) 10 Midfielder, Shaylyn Penrod (Zane Trace) 10 Midfielder

Girls’ Division III--Area Honorable Mention

Olivia Dunn (Alexander) 9 Midfielder, Abby Howard (Alexander) 11 Defender

Southeast District Ohio Scholastic Soccer Coaches Association District Honors:

Girls’ Division III Player of the Year: Ali Little, Lynchburg-Clay

Girls’ Division II Player of the Year: Payten Davis, Chillicothe

Girls’ Division I Player of the Year: Elle Roberts, Logan

Girls’ Division III Coach of the Year: Dennis West, Lynchburg-Clay

Girls’ Division II Coach of the Year: Casey Bischof, Fairfield Union

Girls’ Division I Coach of the Year: Kelsey Pichel, Logan

Girls’ Division III Assistant Coach of the Year: Russel Todd, North Adams

Girls’ Division II Assistant Coach of the Year: Cara Rothcamp, Unioto


All-Southeast District Soccer Team

Boys Division I

Caiden Landis (Logan) 11 Forward, Josh Price (Logan) 11 Midfielder

Boys’ Division I--Second Team

Carter Frasure (Logan) 11 Defender, Jeremy Williams (Logan) 12 Midfielder

Boys’ Division I--Honorable Mention

Nicholas Kudlapur (Logan) 11 Midfielder, Brendan Wilson (Logan) 11 Midfielder

Boys’ Division II--First Team

TK Kwon (Athens) 12 Midfielder, Christian Brown (Chillicothe) 11 Defender, Hudson Ward (Chillicothe)12 Forward, Conner Hedges (Circleville) 12 Midfielder, Jared Wilkes (Fairland) 12 Midfielder, Nathaniel Castle (Fairfield Union) 12 Goalkeeper, Brandin Moeller (Fairfield Union)12 Midfielder, Isaiah Lester (Gallia Academy) 12 Forward, Payton Bell (Hillsboro) 11 Defender, Quinnton Haislop (Jackson) 12 Midfielder, Jon Reisinger (Logan Elm) 11 Forward, Ben Dehmlow (Marietta) 12 Midfielder, Kaleb Shepherd (McClain) 12 Defender, Blake Pittser (Miami Trace) 12 Midfielder, Tim Kinzler (Miami Trace) 12 Goalkeeper, TJ Hoggard (Portsmouth West) 12 Midfielder, Jake Helton (South Point) 12 Forward, Ryan Smith (Unioto) 12 Midfielder, Zed Strahler (Warren) 11 Midfielder, Matt Dugan (Warren) 11 Midfielder, Jack Luebbe (Washington CH) 11 Midfielder, James White (Waverly) 12 Midfielder, Darby Pillow (Zane Trace) 12 Midfielder, Holden Johnson (Zane Trace 12 Forward

Boys’ Division II--Second Team

Erock Holzschu (Athens) 12 Midfielder, Alec Beavers (Chillicothe) 10 Midfielder, Ryan Conaway (Chillicothe) 12 Defender, Cohl Seyfang (Circleville) 12 Defender, Jacob Ratliff (Gallia Academy) 12 Midfielder, Camden Childers (Fairfield Union) 12 Midfielder, Hayden Price (Fairfield Union) 12 Forward, Alex Ward 12 (Fairland) Goalkeeper, Hillsboro Austin Goolsby (Hillsboro) 11 Forward, Chase Thorpe (Jackson) 11 Defender, Reason Padgett (Jackson) 11 Forward, Dillon Lowell (Logan Elm) 12 Midfielder, Austyn Chen (Marietta) 11 Forward, John Mannix (Marietta) 11 Midfielder, Brandon Goddard (McClain) 12 Defender, Ethan Conn (Miami Trace) 12 Forward, Brett Lewis (Miami Trace) 11 Midfielder, Chase Meadows (Portsmouth West) 12 Defender, Merrick Harris (South Point) 12 Midfielder, Tre Ivey (Unioto) 12 Forward, Wyatt Grose (Warren) 12 Defender, Blaise Tayese (Washington CH) 10 Defender, Grayson Diener (Waverly) 9 Forward, Andrew Stauffer (Zane Trace) 12 Defender

Boys’ Division II--Area Honorable Mention

Liam McSteen (Athens) 12 Midfielder, Nick Bohuslawsky (Athens) 10 Defender

Boys’ Division III--First Team

Michael Newland (Adena) 12 Defender, Michael Norris (Alexander) 11 Forward, Will Tribe (Alexander) 11 Goalkeeper, Josh Davis (Belpre) 12 Defender, Dalton Nida (Chesapeake) 11 Midfielder, Gavin Reeves (Eastern Brown) 12 Defender, Jesse Current (Fairfield Leesburg) 12 Forward, Timothy Hobbs (Glenwood) 12 Midfielder, Kyle Lunake (Lynchburg-Clay) 11 Forward, Austin Hilt (Lynchburg-Clay) 11 Midfielder, Tanner Gampp (Minford) 12 Midfielder, Ian Tolle (Minford) 12 Defender, Lee Hesler (North Adams) 12 Defender, Ben Figgins (North Adams) 12 Midfielder, Zach Smith (Northwest) 12 Goalkeeper, Evan Throckmorton (Northwest) 10 Midfielder, Tanner Schmitz (Peebles), Gavin Bennett (Clay) 9 Forward, Ethan Newton (Clay) 12 Midfielder, Victor Aguilera (Rock Hill) 10 Midfielder, Travis Arledge (Southeastern) 12 Forward, Alek Blevins (South Webster) 12 Forward, Drew Dutiel (South Webster) 12 Defender, Shane Zimmerman (South Webseter) 12 Forward, Tre Neal (St. Joseph) 12 Midfielder, Blake Brigner (Westfall) 12 Forward, Andre Wolke (West Union) 12 Midfielder, Dolton Wood (Wheelersburg) 12 Forward, Christian Hughes (Wheelersburg) 12 Forward

Boys’ Division III--Second Team

Wyatt Sellers (Adena) 11 Defender, Krestian Robe (Alexander) 10 Defender, Carter Carr (Alexander) 11 Midfielder, Jacob Davis (Belpre) 11 Defender, Kent Acklesimer (Chesapeake) 12 Midfielder, Jacob Diener (Eastern Brown) 12 Midfielder, Bennett Hodson (Fairfield) 10 Midfielder, Isaac Erks (Glenwood) 12 Defender, Quintin Smith (Lynchburg-Clay) 11 Defender, Bobby Merry (Lynchburg-Clay) 12 Defender, Talen Coriell (Minford) 10 Midfielder, Matthew Gullett (Minford) 12 Goalkeeper, Patrick England (North Adams) 12 Forward, Cole Wagner (North Adams) 9 Goalkeeper, Damien Williams (Northwest) 12 Midfielder, Tyler Webb (Northwest) 11 Forward, Logan Gordley (Peebles), Nate Hinze (Clay) 12 Midfielder, Devin Holcomb (Clay) 12 Defender, Isaac Floyd (Rock Hill) 11 Defender, Cody Welch (Southeastern) 11 Defender, Blake Vest (Southeastern) 12 Forward, Matthew Shonkwiler (South Webster) 12 Defender, Trevor Coriell (South Webster) 12 Goalkeeper, Blake Balestra (St Joseph) 12 Midfielder, Isaac Whaley (St. Joseph) 10 Midfielder, Jared Minor (Westfall) 12 Midfielder, Chase Cummings (West Union) 11 Goalkeeper, JJ Kramer (West Union) 12, Alex Munion (Wheelersburg) 12 Defender, Devin Thurmer (Wheelersburg) 12 Defender

Boys’ Division III--Area Honorable Mention

Brendan Niggemeyer (Alexander) 12 Defender, Zach Scripp (Alexander) 11 Forward, Kellar Windland (Belpre) 11 Forward, Wyatt Fields (Belpre) 9 Forward

Southeast District Ohio Scholastic Soccer Coaches Association District Honors:

Boys’ Division III Player of the Year: Alek Blevins, South Webster

Boys’ Division II Player of the Year: Christian Brown, Chillicothe

Boys’ Division I Player of the Year: Josh Price, Logan

Boys’ Division III Coach of the Year: Corey Claxon, South Webster

Boys’ Division II Coach of the Year: Josh Thoroman, Miami Trace

Boy’s Division I Coach of the Year: Ian Riddlebarger, Logan

Boys’ Division III Assistant Coach of the Year: Mark Price, Portsmouth Clay

Boys’ Division II Assistant Coach of the Year: Deke Scott, Fairfield Union

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Re: 2016 All SE District Awards

Post by bman » Fri Nov 18, 2016 11:35 pm

Does all-district mean anything when struggling teams get three or four kids on all-district? It's not just soccer, it's the same in baseball and softball. These lists are totally watered down and diminish the accomplishment of those who truly deserve the honor.

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Re: 2016 All SE District Awards

Post by danicalifornia » Sat Nov 19, 2016 12:39 am

bman wrote:Does all-district mean anything when struggling teams get three or four kids on all-district? It's not just soccer, it's the same in baseball and softball. These lists are totally watered down and diminish the accomplishment of those who truly deserve the honor.
Agreed completely. There have been teams in the past that should've had 3-4 1st teamers, but teams they would dominate would get the same amount of players on 1st team. It's crazy how we do All District teams.

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Re: 2016 All SE District Awards

Post by petesweaty » Sat Nov 19, 2016 10:51 pm

The MEDIA waters down Football and Basketball. That is the worst of all picks! Football has 7 divisions and there are kids on the District team that don't even make All-League.

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Re: 2016 All SE District Awards

Post by bman » Sun Nov 20, 2016 4:35 am

petesweaty wrote:The MEDIA waters down Football and Basketball. That is the worst of all picks! Football has 7 divisions and there are kids on the District team that don't even make All-League.
All the district lists, whether media or coaches, have a lot more kids on them than they did back in the 1970s and 1980s.

The soccer, baseball and softball lists are the worst. You have a soccer team that goes 4-13, winning a little more than 30 percent of their matches, and they get four kids out of 11 starters on all-district.

Now let's look at a 4-6 football team that has won 40 percent of its games, and they get four kids out of 22 starting spots. Which is more watered down?

I don't mind rewarding good teams. Some folks would probably accuse me of watering it down in that regard, but at least these are good teams and I can buy into rewarding those kids for a good season. The line should be drawn with giving sub .500 teams four all-district players in sports with 11 or fewer starters.

And don't get me started on all-league lists. I haven't met a coach yet who doesn't complain about politics and all-league honors.

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Re: 2016 All SE District Awards

Post by Soccerfan1 » Mon Nov 21, 2016 8:06 am

It is my understanding in the All-District selections, each win is worth points (DI- 5pts; DII 4 pts; DIII- 3pts); a SO is worth a bonus point; then at the district meeting they have point values for 1st/2nd and HM... so coaches or whomever is voting then uses their points from the season to place their players in spots... then voted on... SO,

a team that is 8-8, but has 3 wins against DI schools, and 5 against DII schools, 5 of them shut outs... 40 points
a team that is 13-3, but only plays DIII schools, 1 shut out... 40 points

Is is fair, or does it pay to play better/bigger schools?

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Re: 2016 All SE District Awards

Post by 4thgoal » Mon Nov 28, 2016 4:36 pm

Soccerfan1 wrote:It is my understanding in the All-District selections, each win is worth points (DI- 5pts; DII 4 pts; DIII- 3pts); a SO is worth a bonus point; then at the district meeting they have point values for 1st/2nd and HM... so coaches or whomever is voting then uses their points from the season to place their players in spots... then voted on... SO,

a team that is 8-8, but has 3 wins against DI schools, and 5 against DII schools, 5 of them shut outs... 40 points
a team that is 13-3, but only plays DIII schools, 1 shut out... 40 points

Is is fair, or does it pay to play better/bigger schools?
I am not sure where this kind of formula came from, but I don't believe that is accurate at all.

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Re: 2016 All SE District Awards

Post by Soccerfan1 » Wed Nov 30, 2016 12:16 pm

4thgoal wrote:
Soccerfan1 wrote:It is my understanding in the All-District selections, each win is worth points (DI- 5pts; DII 4 pts; DIII- 3pts); a SO is worth a bonus point; then at the district meeting they have point values for 1st/2nd and HM... so coaches or whomever is voting then uses their points from the season to place their players in spots... then voted on... SO,

a team that is 8-8, but has 3 wins against DI schools, and 5 against DII schools, 5 of them shut outs... 40 points
a team that is 13-3, but only plays DIII schools, 1 shut out... 40 points

Is is fair, or does it pay to play better/bigger schools?
I am not sure where this kind of formula came from, but I don't believe that is accurate at all.
This is the way the EAST DISTRICT does it... at least I believe so, as I am not an AD or coach. I have helped prep the paperwork though!

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Re: 2016 All SE District Awards

Post by 4thgoal » Wed Nov 30, 2016 12:18 pm

Ok....that makes sense then. I didn't see where you mentioned the east district, so I was thrown off a little. To answer your question, it may not pay to play the bigger better schools IF your goal is to get kids nominated onto all district teams. But if you want to better your program and increase the odds of a decent tournament run, playing the bigger/better schools is always the right thing to do.

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Re: 2016 All SE District Awards

Post by AthensSoccerFan » Tue Dec 13, 2016 4:48 pm

Of course on the other side, even a great player still has to be nominated to get an award.

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