Jared Walker gets a leg up on Billy Bowlen during South Fayette's 34-23 semifinal win against Jefferson-Morgan. Walker scored a 4-0 decision. In their first WPIAL championship appearance, the Lions lost to Burrell, 35-30, in the Class AA finals. The triumph marked the seventh straight title for the Buccanneers. The Lions, however, are qualified for the PIAA team tournament, which commences Feb. 7 in Hershey. Seth Carr plans to turn the PIAA Class AA team tournament upside down as the 126-pound grappler leads South Fayette into the state championships. Action begins Feb. 7 when the Lions battle West Branch. Michael Fetchet ties up his opponent during WPIAL Class AA team competition. The senior helped the Lions to a runner-up finish to Burrell. Ranked No. 3 in the district at 170 with a 26-1 record, Fetchet has South Fayette poised for a run in the PIAA team tournament. Andrew John hopes to turn the competition on its head as he helps South Fayette in its pursuit of a PIAA Class AA team title in wrestling this weekend in Hershey. The Lions, who won their first section title and reached their first district final, are appearing in the state tournament for the first time in school history. Mike Carr attempts to work his way out of a strong hold applied by AJ Agnew during WPIAL Class AA team tournament action. Carr is ranked No. 2 at 120 this season and he sports a 24-2 record. He will wrestle for South Fayette as the Lions try to make school history at the PIAA tournament that starts Feb. 7 in Hershey. The Lions are making their first appearance as a team in the championships. Grant Fetchet works on his pinning moves during WPIAL team tournament action. The 152-pound grappler hopes to lead South Fayette to victory in its first PIAA appearance. The Lions, who were district runners-up to Burrell, begin their quest Feb. 7 in Hershey. South Fayette's Bryce Christoff tries to get a handle on his heavyweight bout during the WPIAL AA team tournament. He hopes to help the Lions during the PIAA championships this weekend.