From the time Pete first walked onto the practice field in 1966, his dedication to BHS excellence has never wavered until this day. As a starting QB for the Beavers, a role he assumed as a Jr in ’67, Pete never lost a football game while being a starting QB for the Beavers. While a student at BHS he also played basketball, was Jr. Class Vice President and a very active member of FCA, an organization he is still very active in today. During his playing days, the Beavers amassed a 26 game winning streak, two undefeated seasons, and a ’67 AAA State Championship. He was also a very vital member of the coaching staff of the ’04, 07, & ’09 AA State Championship teams. Pete’s son, Brandon, played as the starting QB and Defensive Back his jr. and sr. years in the Beaver-Graham rivalry game. Brandon beat the G-Men both years he started QB, serving as a captain of the ’97 squad. That year Brandon led the Beavers to an undefeated season and the West Virginia AA State Championship. This was all coming of a gruesome knee injury he suffered in the 1996 season. After an offseason of the toughest rehab, Brandon led the Beavers all the way. After graduation, Brandon went on to play at UGA as a Bulldog. After graduation, Brandon served as a Graduate Assistant at Wake Forest University. Brandon coached at Presbyterian College in South Carolina, and is currently coaching at Paul M. Dorman High School in South Carolina. Under his coaching and guidance, Paul M. Dorman finished runners-up for the AAAA Division 1 State Championship last football season.