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2014 Hall of Fame: Aaron Donald and Trevor Morrow

September 2, 2014

Aaron Donald

Penn Hills Hall of Fame Aaron Donald

Penn Hills Hall of Fame Aaron Donald

Aaron played in the Penn Hills/Upper St. Clair rivalry his sophomore, junior, and senior years. Aaron went on to play for the University of Pittsburgh, where he was a 4-year letterman and finished as one of the most decorated players in Pitt history. While at Pitt, Aaron won the Outland Trophy, the Bednarick Award, the Nagurski Award, and the Lombardi Trophy. Aaron was the 13th overall pick of the 2014 draft by the St. Louis Rams. Accepting the award on Aaron’s behalf is his father, Archie.

Presenting the award is Marine Staff Sgt. Dickson, Congratulations Aaron!

Trevor Morrow

Upper St. Clair Hall of Fame Trevor Morrow

Upper St. Clair Hall of Fame Trevor Morrow

In the 2013 match-up with Penn Hills, Trevor was a workhorse with 23
carries for 118 yards. Trevor averaged 5 yards per carry, leading the rushing attack that accumulated 315 total yards. Trevor is now playing football at W & J.

Presenting the award is Marine Sgt. Monbeck, Congratulations Trevor!

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