Fox Chapel, Shady Side lacrosse, volleyball players honored
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The WPIAL All-Section lacrosse teams, as voted on by the coaches, were announced last week.
In Division 1, Section 2, Fox Chapel's high-scoring attacker Alden Stone and midfielder Levi McCrady were chosen while the WPIAL champion Shady Side Academy Indians placed attacker Dan Marous, midfielder Michael Concordia, defenders Matt O'Connor and Connor Jones, long stick midfielder Doc Szlachetka, faceoff man Robby Woodings and goalie Tucker Gillman on the team.
Marous, Concordia, Jones, Szlachetka, Woodings and Gillman were chosen as All-WPIAL members with Gillman, Marous and Concordia being selected to the All-American team.
Marous was the Division 1 Player of the Year.
On the girls side, SSA's Kara Pooley, Charlotte Redican, Tori Winter and Gabby Harchelroad made the WPIAL All-Section team in Division 1, Section 1.
Pooley and Redican also made the All-WPIAL team.
Fox Chapel placed Megan McCrady on the Division 1, Section 2 All-Section team and she was also named All-WPIAL.
The WPIAL Class AAA Volleyball All-Star teams were announced last week.
Fox Chapel's 5-foot-11 junior setter Max DePellegrini and 6-3 junior middle hitter Jaysen Zaleski made the second team.
Senior Darren DePellegrini, a 6-2 outside hitter; 6-3 senior right hitter Michael Eisner; and 6-4 junior outside hitter Andrew Tublin were selected to the third team.
Marty Stewart is a sports editor for Trib Total Media. He can be reached at 412-782-2123 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
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