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Sewickley area roundup: QV hockey players honored

| Wednesday, April 3, 2013, 9:00 p.m.

Quaker Valley hockey players Clayton Bouchard, Ryan Lottes and Adam Pilewicz were named to the North American Prospects Hockey League All-Academic teams last week.

Bouchard, a senior, and Lottes, a junior, were named to the U18 All-Academic team. Pilewicz, a sophomore defenseman, was named to the U16 All-Academic team. All three are members of the NAPHL's Pittsburgh Predators amateur team, in addition to their play with the PIHL Penguins Cup champion Quaker Valley varsity team.

Monday, Pilewicz was picked to the All-PHL first team, and Lottes was named to the All-PHL second team.

College lacrosse

Washington & Jefferson midfielder Kelsey Kraus is having a strong senior season.

The Quaker Valley grad has recorded 16 goals and four assists, second to only Brittany Fredkin's 29 points for the Presidents. Washington & Jefferson is off to a 2-6 start to the 2013 season.

College golf

Carnegie Mellon junior Ian Bangor will compete at the Mid-Atlantic Regionals in Hershey starting Sunday. The Sewickley Academy graduate is averaging 72.9 strokes per 18 holes through 13 rounds and has recorded four top 10 finishes — both team bests.

High school lacrosse

The Sewickley Academy boys lacrosse team suffered two losses on its trip south last week.

The Panthers fell to Washington D.C.'s Georgetown Prep, 15-4, and to Maryland's Leonardtown, 9-8.

Nathan Smith is a staff writer for Trib Total Media. Reach him at nsmith@tribweb.com or via Twitter @NSmith_Trib.

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