Pictured for Lynchburg-Clay (l-r) are All-Ohio soccer honorees Karlie Tipton, Kalyn Rich and Trey Pitzer. (HCP Photos/Stephen Forsha)
Pictured for Lynchburg-Clay (l-r) are All-Ohio soccer honorees Karlie Tipton, Kalyn Rich and Trey Pitzer. (HCP Photos/Stephen Forsha)
Three Lynchburg-Clay soccer players were named to the Ohio Scholastic Soccer Coaches Association’s All-Ohio list for their play during the 2022 season.

Senior midfielder Kalyn Rich earned first-team All-Ohio honors. For the Lady Mustangs in their regional championship season this fall, Rich led the team with 35 goals, and she also led LCHS in assists with 19.

Fellow senior Karlie Tipton was named to the All-Ohio second team. Tipton scored two game-winning goals during the Lady Mustangs’ tournament run, and overall she scored 20 goals in ’22 while tallying 14 assists.

On the boys side, senior Trey Pitzer also earned second-team All-Ohio honors for the Mustangs. He finished his senior season with a team-high 16 goals and nine assists.

The Lynchburg-Clay Lady Mustangs were Southern Hills Athletic Conference champions as well as winning sectional, district and regional titles this fall, competing in the state semifinals.

The Mustangs earned an SHAC championship and a sectional championship.

Rich and Pitzer were also named the SHAC Soccer Players of the Year this past season.

Other area honorees selected by the OSSCA include:

• In Div. I, Chillicothe senior Kaiden Koch was named to the boys All-Ohio second team.

• The Div. I All-Ohio girls selections included Chillicothe junior Ali Mathis (second team).

• Unioto junior Lucas Hanes (first team) was named to Div. II boys All-Ohio list.

• For Div. II, Unioto senior Ashtyn Miller and Jackson junior Mattie Wilburn both earned All-Ohio girls second-team honors.

• Named to the Div. III boys All-Ohio team were Wheelersburg junior Max Hagans (first team), Valley senior MJ Basham (second team), Northwest junior Jay Jenkins (second team), Georgetown junior Jaxson Marks (second team) and Peebles senior Mason Sims (second team).

• The Div. III girls All-Ohio team included Minford senior Haley Knore (second team) and North Adams senior Laney Ruckel (second team).

• Former longtime Wheelersburg coach Paul Boll was named to the Hall of Fame.