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Makenna Tuman Chosen To USA Rugby’s U18 All-American 7’s Team

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North Allegheny sophomore Makenna Tuman has been selected to the USA Rugby U18 Girls All-American 7’s Team. Tuman and the All-American squad will play in Canada this weekend. For more information on the event, click here.

Tuman is a valuable member of the North Allegheny girls’ lacrosse team, which takes on Upper St. Clair tonight in the WPIAL quarterfinals.

Katie Oates, Skye DePrado To Compete At National Event

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Two North Allegheny girls’ lacrosse players will be competing in the Maverick National Lacrosse Classic this summer. Sophomores Skye DePrado and Katie Oates will participate in the national event in July.

This will be Oates’ second invite to the classic. Last summer her team won its division.

The Maverick National Lacrosse Classic is an annual event that brings together 2,000 elite athletes from across the country for one tournament. The event is in its 12th year and will be held at DE Turf in Delaware. For more information, click here.

Brooke Ferringer, Paige Jones Sign On To Play College Lacrosse

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Two members of the North Allegheny girls’ lacrosse team have signed their letters of intent to play collegiate lacrosse. Senior Brooke Ferringer inked her commitment to Division I Old Dominion University in Virginia and senior Paige Jones signed on to play at Division II Embry Riddle Aeronautical University in Florida. Both players were named to the WPIAL Section 3-AAA all-section team last season.

Ferringer led the Tigers in scoring with 58 goals in 2017 and was one of the top scorers in the section, averaging 3.5 goals per game. She also won over 55-percent of her draw attempts and caused 12 turnovers on defense, third-best on the team.

Jones delivered one of the best all-around seasons in NA history with 18 goals, a team-leading 13 assists, 92 groundballs and caused a team-best 26 turnovers on defense. Jones has been a three-year starter for North Allegheny.

Both players were also four-year starters for the Pittsburgh Premier Lacrosse Club and three-year starters at North Allegheny.