Tri-City Americans forward Parker Bowles was named a first-team Western Conference All-Star on Wednesday.
Bowles is the 18th Americans player to be named to the first team, and the first since Justin Feser in 2012-13.
Bowles led the Americans in scoring with 39 goals and 96 points, which landed him sixth in Western Hockey League scoring.
A native of Kelowna, British Columbia, Bowles finished his four-year WHL career — all with the Americans — with 88 goals and 136 assists in 231 games.
Also on the Western Conference first team were Everett goalie Carter Hart, defensemen Joe Hicketts (Victoria) and Ethan Bear (Seattle), and forwards Tyson Baillie (Kelowna) and Mathew Barzal (Seattle).
The second team features Kamloops goalie Connor Ingram, defensemen Noah Juulsen (Everett) and Jason Fram (Spokane), and forwards Tyler Soy (Victoria), Chase Witala (Prince George) and Collin Shirley (Kamloops).
Also Wednesday, the WHL held its bantam draft lottery, with the Kootenay Ice having its ball drawn, thus leaving the first-round selection order unchanged.
Picking second during the May 5 draft will be Vancouver, followed by Saskatoon, Swift Current, Medicine Hat and Tri-City.
The order of the second round and all other rounds will be the inverse order of final 2015-16 WHL regular-season standings.