- Last Updated on Thursday, 28 October 2021 02:31
The BVA Football Hall of Fame class of 2021 was recently inducted at the BVA vs. Thomas Jefferson football game on September 24, 2021 at James Weir Stadium. The Class of 2021 represents the 21st year of the BVA Football Hall of Fame. Missing a class in 2020 due to the COVID-19 pandemic, the Hall of Fame inducted six new members:
|The BVA Football Hall of Fame Class of 2021 – (Pictured from left to right): Mike Ansell class of 1987, David Delmastro class of 1985, Sharon Zunic for deceased husband John Bellmar class of 1965, Lindsey for her deceased father Roger Sullenberger Rostraver class of 1963, Mike Steeber class of 1995, Aaron Krepps class of 2002.|
Mike Ansell - a 1987 BVA graduate, who was an All-Conference powerhouse on the BVA line as a tackle and defensive guard. BVA coach Bill Connors called Ansell one of his best guards ever.
David Delmastro - a 1985 BVA graduate, who was known for his aggressive play, while teammates described him as “tough as nails.” A three-year letterman, Delmastro was named a Pizza Hut Player of the Week seven times during his senior year.
Aaron Krepps - a 2002 BVA graduate, who was a recipient of numerous awards which included the Richard O. Dolfi scholar football award, a three-time Keystone Conference All-Star, a Post-Gazette Fabulous 22, MVP of the North South WPIAL Foothills Football Classic, and Westmoreland County scholar athlete award.
Mike Steeber - a 1995 BVA graduate, who was a Richard O. Dolfi awardee and All Keystone Conference player while performing as a quarterback, wide receiver, and defensive back.
Roger Sullenberger - a 1963 Rostraver High graduate, who was a two-year quarterback hailed as the best QB since Ernie Kline in 1947. His 1962 Leopards were co-champs ending the season 9-0-1. Roger was the second ever recipient of the Richard O. Dolfi award.
John Zunic - special inductee and 1965 Bellmar High graduate, he was one of the founders of the BVA Football Hall of Fame