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Alex Lopez, right, receives an All-American award from Joe Juter, U.S. Lacrosse commissioner for the western region. Woodside High School principal Diane Burbank, left, attended the presentation.
Lopez wins lacrosse All-American honors Alex Lopez of Portola Valley is one of 15 Bay Area players to be named as a U.S. Lacrosse High School AllAmerican Player. The honor is awarded to only the top 100 lacrosse athletes in the country and is the first All-American lacrosse honor awarded to a Woodside High student,
according to U.S. Lacrosse, the national governing body of lacrosse. The athletes were nominated by their coaches and supported by their respective leagues. A presentation of the award was made recently at Woodside High School, where Alex was a graduating senior. He
plans to attend Kenyon College in the fall. He is the son of Cathy Oyster, a Woodside High School alumnae, and Carlos Lopez. Among Alex Lopez honors at Woodside High, he was named senior male athlete of the year and received an Athletic Boosters scholarship award.
News about local college graduates ■ Brynn Schor, John Christie and Jacqueline Naylor are May 20 graduates of Colorado College in Colorado Springs, Colorado. Ms. Schor graduated with a degree in psychology. She is the daughter of Edward and Delynn Schor of Menlo Park. Mr. Christie, son of David and Nancy Christie of Menlo Park, graduated cum laude with a degree in art. Ms. Naylor graduated with a degree in environmental science. She is the daughter of Lionel and Rosamond Naylor of Portola Valley. ■ Michael Chase of Menlo Park graduated from Fort Lewis College in Durango, Colorado, on April 27 with a bachelor of arts degree with a major in history. More than 400 students