When it comes to point guards in the WPIAL, South Fayette's Pat Zedreck is as good as they come. Zedreck can score in bunches, operate the fast-break or half-court offense and is a ferocious defender.
His abilities and leadership make Zedreck a legitimate candidate for the Observer-Reporter Boys Player of the Year. Should Zedreck be chosen, he won't be the first Lions point guard designated for the honor.
In 2003, Paul Ruhmann was the O-R POY (more proof that the newspaper just didn't decide to start covering South Fayette last year). Ruhmann started at the point in 2002, when South Fayette upset heavily favored Aliquippa in the WPIAL Class AA playoffs and went on to the PIAA quarterfinals. As a senior, he became the Lions primary scorer.
Ruhmann averaged 18.5 points, 7.0 assists and 4.5 steals as a senior. He scored 1,150 points and The Varsity Letters has issued an All Points Bulletin for Ruhmann.
Anyone with information regarding Ruhmann is urged to contact The Varsity Letters.