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Isla Abrams Named All-WPIAL

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The All-WPIAL teams for girls’ lacrosse were released this week and North Allegheny senior Isla Abrams was one of 14 players to be named to the Class 3A list. Abrams was also named first-team All-Section 2-AAA last week.

The multi-sport standout, Abrams was tabbed All-WPIAL for the North Allegheny field hockey team this past fall. In field hockey, Abrams was NA’s leading scorer with 20 goals. For the girls’ lacrosse squad, Abrams was second on the squad with 46 markers. The transfer from Winchester Thurston netted 147 career goals, including 99 while at North Allegheny.

For a complete list of the All-WPIAL teams, click here.

Six Tigers Tabbed All-Section, Two First-Team Honorees

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Six members of the North Allegheny girls’ lacrosse team have earned WPIAL All-Section laurels for the 2024 season, including two first-team honorees.

First-team accolades in Section 2-AAA went to senior attack Isla Abrams and senior goalie Izzie Trunzo. For Abrams, it’s her second consecutive season earning first-team recognition and third straight year overall as an all-section performer in Class AAA. A transfer from Winchester Thurston, Abrams played three seasons with the Tigers and amassed 147 goals in her career with 99 of them coming in a North Allegheny uniform. Abrams tallied 46 goals this spring, second most on the team.

Trunzo was a four-year starter for North Allegheny and made 148 saves this season, including two shutouts. For her career, Trunzo, a Gannon University commit in water polo, totaled 518 saves and three shutouts. Before Trunzo’s work in between the pipes, the North Allegheny girls’ lacrosse team had not posted a shutout since 2010. She was also named second-team all-section last season.

Receiving second-team all-section laurels were senior defender Mia Valentine and sophomore attack Reagan Riordan. All-section honorable mention recognition went to junior defenseman Tessa McDowell and junior attack Avery Anderson.

Riordan had a sensational sophomore season and led the team with 50 goals, while Anderson was another top-scoring threat and netted 32 goals, the third most on the squad. Both Valentine and McDowell were valuable members on the back end of the field for North Allegheny in helping keep opponents off the scoreboard. McDowell also chipped in with three goals this season.

All six players were instrumental in North Allegheny’s fifth consecutive WPIAL playoff berth and a trip to the WPIAL Class AAA quarterfinals.