Trevor Demko

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Trevor Demko has twice distinguished himself by being named to the Associated Press All State Football Team. As a junior he was recognized as a second team performer and, as a senior, was able to move up to the first team. Trevor began his career as a quarterback for Coach Mike Brennan, but was moved to defensive end as a sophomore. Demko would again sacrifice for the team when he voluntarily moved to offensive tackle as well as a junior. Trevor became an integral part of the 13-1 District Championship team as a junior and was rewarded after the season with a scholarship to the University of West Virginia. He is only the 7th MCA gridder to receive a Division I football scholarship in the last 20 years. Although hampered with an injury as a senior, Trevor battled back to significantly contribute to MCA’s Eastern Conference Championship run. Trevor would finish his career with 135 tackles – 30 for loss – and was in on 13 ½ quarterback sacks good for 74 yards lost. He also forced 19 quarterback hurries and recovered 3 enemy fumbles.

Trevor will continue his athletic career for the Moutaineers of West Virginia in the fall. He is the son of Tom and Peg Demko of Kulpmont.

Categories: 2010 Hall of Fame