Eleven seniors led South Fayette into the history books as the Lions claimed their first state championship for football by beating Imhotep Charter, 41-0, in the PIAA Class AA final. Pictured from left to right are: (front) Bryce Christoff, Ian Shrensky, Justin Watson, Aaron Hansen. Back row: Darrell Williams, Spencer Girman, Ben Berkovitz, Grant Fetchet, Hayden Orler, Zach Walker and Conner Beck. Ben Berkovitz hoist the PIAA trophy. The senior sack man anchored South Fayette's offensive and defensive lines. Ben Berkovitz lifts one of his young teammates as he indicates who is No. 1 during South Fayette’s post-game celebration. Hayden Orler pounces on what appeared to be a fumble while Tyrone Barge hopes instead officials call the play a touchdown. Neither occurred but the Lions went on to stop the Panthers on the goal line to preserve their sixth shutout of the season. Ben Berkovitz hugs one of his coaches as the seconds tick down to zero in South Fayette's 41-0 victory over Imhotep Charter. Ben Berkovitz, Ryan Schmider and Logan Sharp take turns admiring the PIAA trophy, the spoils of South Fayette's victory over Imhotep Charter, 41-0, in the state championship contest played at Hersheypark Stadium. Grant Fetchet (No. 22) lifts the PIAA trophy while Zach Walker enjoys the post-game celebration after South Fayette's 41-0 victory against Imhotep Charter. Brett Brumbaugh celebrates after throwing a 53-yard TD strike to Logan Sharp in the first half of action of the PIAA Class AA football championship game. South Fayette defenders Zach Walker, JJ Walker and Spencer Girman gang tackle Mike Waters (No. 22) of Imhotep Grant Fetchet dashes for yardage. The senior rushed for one score and a game-high 58 yards on 15 carries. South Fayette players celebrate their 41-0 triumph against Imhotep Charters in the PIAA Class AA championship game. Brett Brumbaugh surveys his passing options while receiving strong protection from his offensive line. Christian and Luke Brumbaugh were on hand to support their younger brother, Brett, as he led South Fayette to its first PIAA title for football. Brett shattered Christian’s WPIAL single-season passing record on his 68-yard TD strike to Justin Watson in the second stanza. Brett completed 18 of 25 passes for 299 yards and three scores and finished with 3,917 yards for the year. Christian, who quarterbacks the Tribe at the College of William and Mary, took the Lions to the state finals in 2010. Luke, who is a quarterback at Robert Morris University, played for Seton-La Salle, a conference rival of the Lions. Ben Berkovitz applauds to the crowd while Zach Walker and Grant Fetchet hold up the trophy for their fans. Brett Brumbaugh (No. 7) flashes the No. 1 sign as his teammates hoist the PIAA trophy. South Fayette defenders Zach Walker, JJ Walker and Spencer Girman gang tackle Mike Waters (No. 22). Logan Sharp indicates who is No. 1 after he scored a touchdown with his 53-yard reception. The junior had three grabs for 83 yards in the victory. Justin Watson hauls in a 64-yard scoring strike from Brett Brumbaugh. The senior, who will play at Penn next fall, set the WPIAL single-season record for receiving yardage. With six grabs for 126 yards, Watson finished with over 1,500 yards.