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Alumni Update: Ian Bangor (Carnegie Mellon)

Written by Drew Karpen on .

APOLLO, Pa. – At the final day of the Edward Jones Shootout Sunday, April 13, the Carnegie MellonBangor CM 101513 University men's golf team shot a 301 on day two to place third. The Tartans ended the 36-hole event with a team score of 599. Allegheny won the two-day event that was held at the par-70, The Links at Spring Church in Apollo, Pa. with a team score of 591.


The Tartans were led by senior Ian Bangor. Bangor, a Sewickley Academy graduate, improved four strokes on Sunday from his opening round as he carded a one-over par 71 to finish the Shootout with a 146, placing third individually.
 

 

(photo courtesy of Carnegie Mellon University) 

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Tennis: Sewickley’s Ross takes title

Written by Ryan Riordan on .

Sewickley’s Luke Ross defeated Josh Raymundo in three sets to take the Class AA Section 3 championship last week.

On Tuesday, he only needed two sets to beat the Mars sophomore in another title match.

Ross, a freshman, beat Raymundo 7-6 (7-0), 6-0, to win the WPIAL Class AA boys tennis singles championship at Bethel Park High School.

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Boys Lacrosse: Sewickley Academy has two-game homestand next week

Written by Joe Koch on .

Following a successful trip to North Carolina where it defeated Durham Academy, the Sewickely Academy Panthers stepped into the thick of their WPIAL schedule with a 10-5 loss at Peters Township on Wednesday and at home with Mt. Lebanon on Friday. Going into the game with Mt. Lebanon, the Panthers were ranked No. 10 regionally by Laxpower.com.

Coach Tim Hastings' Panthers have two successive home games next week. They meet Franklin Regional in a nonsection game on Monday and host section rival Trinity on Wednesday. At week's end, the Panthers venture to Ohio for games with Ohio rivals Upper Arlington and Thomas Worthington.