Grant Fetchet South Fayette Football, wrestling All-state and Almanac all-star in football and wrestling. Century Conference all-star. Rushed for 1,389 yards and 21 TDs and had 11 receptions for 144 yards in leading Lions to undefeated season and PIAA and WPIAL titles. Team captain in two sports. Owns school record for victories in wrestling. Finished with a 141-42 career record. Posted a 44-6 record in 2014 and finished fourth in the state, third in the regional and second in the district. Was a PIAA bronze medalist as a junior. Section champion and Allegheny County runner-up. Third-place finisher in Bedford Tournament. Dapper Dan Wrestling Classic participant for Team WPIAL. Voted Outstanding Wrestler and all-star at the MAC Conference Meet. Pennsylvania Wrestling Coaches Association’s state all-academic team member. Maintains 3.7 GPA. Will wrestle at Columbia University. Member of Future Business Leaders of America and Teen Institute. Michael Grimm Bethel Park Football All-state, first team All-WPIAL, All-Southwestern Conference Selected to participate on the Pennsylvania team during the Big 33 Football Classic as well as the West Coast All-American Bowl. Set the bench press record with 35 reps during the Army All-American Combine. Three-year letterwinner and starter on the offensive line. Led Hawks to three consecutive WPIAL playoff appearances. University of Pittsburgh football recruit. Will major in sports management. Maintains 3.4 QPA. Helped with the Lions’ Club annual citrus sale. Volunteered to clean up parks and cemeteries in the community. Ranks as one of the top lifters on the football team. Can bench press 525 pounds, squat 650, deadlift 750 and power clean 340. Troye Kiernan Upper St. Clair Soccer NSCAA Region I national team member. All-state, first team. All-WPIAL, All-Section. Two-time Almanac all-star and 2013 Almanac MVP. Two-time PIAA champion. Three-time state finalist. Two-time WPIAL runner-up. One-time district champion. Led Panthers to 65-5-4 record in three seasons. Scored 20 goals and had two assists last fall for 23-1-1 squad. Helped anchor a defense that surrendered just 14 goals and recorded __ shutouts. Has played in Europe and trained in England with West Ham United. Won four PA-West titles and has advanced to seven Regional tournaments. Through the Goals for Giving project, helped raise over $10,000 for the Light of Life Mission. Volunteers as an instructor at youth soccer camps for underprivileged youth. St. Francis University recruit. Will major in physical therapy. Taylor Lehman Keystone Oaks Baseball, basketball Earned scholarship to Penn State University. Major League Baseball scouts interested, including Boston Red Sox and Pirates. Could go high in the amateur draft in June. Perfect game ranks him No. 247 in the country. He is the sixth best pitcher in Pennsylvania and 24th in the country. Named to 2014 Atlantic-All Region, first team. Leads the team in strikeouts this season. Was 3-1 with a 2.27 ERA in 2013. Hitters batted .211 against him. He struck out 34 in 24 innings. Plays amateur baseball for Steel City Wildcats and Allegheny Pirates. Four-year letterwinner in baseball and basketball. Led Golden Eagles in scoring and rebounds, averaging a double-double each game. Averaged 17 points and 10 rebounds per game. Does volunteer work, helping senior citizens and students with special needs. Dalton Macri Canon-McMillan Wrestling Almanac MVP. Dapper Dan Wrestling Classic’s Outstanding Wrestler. 2014 PIAA state champion. Three-time state placewinner, including 2013 runner-up. 2014 WPIAL and Southwestern Regional champion and voted Outstanding Grappler. Three-time section champion Two-time Washington County champion. 2014 Powerade champion and Outstanding Wrestler. Reno Tournament of Champions runner-up. Four-year letterwinner and team captain. Posted a 133-15 career record. Helped Big Macs to five PIAA team championships and four district titles. Maintains a 3.67 GPA. Will wrestle for Cornell University and major in medicine or physical therapy. Volunteers for American Cancer Society and Wounded Warriors. Levi Masua Seton-La Salle High School Basketball, soccer All-State, first team. Almanac Elite Eleven & All-Section. Led Rebels to 29-2 record, an undefeated section mark and a WPIAL championship. Blocked seven shots, scored six points and grabbed 10 rebounds in the district final Guided SLS to the PIAA finals, where the Rebels lost at the buzzer, 61-59, to Constitution. Scored 19 points and grabbed 11 rebounds in the loss. Averaged 12 points and eight rebounds during the regular season but 15 points, nine rebounds and seven blocked shots during the playoffs. Selected to participate in the Hoops For Cure All-Star game. In his first season of soccer, ranked among the top scorers and helped the Rebels to a section title and the WPIAL playoffs. Maintains 3.5 GPA. Thomas Steve Upper St. Clair Golf, basketball, baseball Captained golf team to PIAA championship. Earned medalist honors in the state team finals with a 71. Also helped Panthers to WPIAL team title. Finished 10th in the PIAA individual championship. Took third at the WPIAL finals with a 68. Section 7 Regional champion with a 68. Shot WPIAL record seven-under par 28 at St. Clair Country Club in a dual match versus Chartiers Valley last fall. Earned eight varsity letters in golf, basketball, baseball. Led the basketball team in 3-point field goals. Maintains 3.85 GPA. Will golf for Notre Dame. National Honor Society. Athletes Taking Action. Birdies For A Cause. Volunteer counselor at youth basketball camps. Kellan Stout Mt. Lebanon Wrestling, football Almanac all-star. PIAA state runner-up in wrestling. Two-time PIAA state qualifier. Southwest Regional and WPIAL runner-up. Three-time WPIAL placewinner; fourth as a freshman, third as a sophomore. Two-time section champion. Allegheny County champion. Powerade Tournament runner-up. Two-time Pennsylvania Wrestling Coaches Association’s state all-academic team member. Member of the Century Club with over 100 career victories. Shattered school record held by Kurt Angle for career victories. Led Lebo to back-to-back playoff appearances in the WPIAL team tournament. Two-year letterwinner in football. Started at quarterback for six games. Member of the Student-Athlete Advisory Committee. Maintains 3.9 GPA. Jared JJ Walker South Fayette Wrestling, football All-state, All-Almanac, All-district and All-Century Conference in football. Helped team capture school’s first PIAA title in football and post an undefeated record of 16-0 that also included a WPIAL championship. Led Lions in tackles with 159, 16 for losses. Added six sacks and two interceptions. Scored 20 touchdowns and averaged 4.5 yards per carry as a fullback. PIAA runner-up in wrestling. Won 43 matches and recorded 13 falls. Southwest Regional champion. Three-time WPIAL champion. Two-time section champion. Bedford Tournament winner and Allegheny County bronze medalist. Team captain and MVP. Two-time Observer-Reporter All-district team. Almanac all-star. Flo Wrestling All-American, seventh-place finisher at nationals. Maintains 3.4 GPA. High honors in three quarters and honor roll in seven others. Volunteer youth baseball, football and wrestling coach. Umpires South Fayette youth baseball games. Justin Watson South Fayette Football, basketball All-state, first team. All-WPIAL, All-Century Conference. Almanac MVP. All-time WPIAL leader in receiving yards for season. Had 73 receptions for 1,568 yards and 22 touchdowns. Captained Lions to 16-0 record, Century Conference banner, WPIAL title and school’s first PIAA championship. Returned punts and kickoffs and compiled 54 tackles, 10 deflections and three sacks on a defense that recorded six shutouts and allowed just 129 points. Accepted into the prestigious Wharton School of Business at Penn University. Will play football Maintains 4.2 QPA. Two-year starter in basketball. Led team with an 11.8 scoring average. Managed 7.5 rebounds and 2.8 assists a game. Captain in two sports. Honored by the White Fields Organization as the Fellowship of Christian Athletes Player of the Year.