wash-greene sports hall of fame


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Washington High School
West Liberty State College

  • Was the West Virginia Intercollegiate Athletic Conference Offensive Player of the Year in 1979. He was also named honorable mention punter and place kicker that season

  • Mr. Zebrasky, who graduated from West Liberty with nine offensive school records, was also an NAIA honorable mention All-American in 1979, throwing for 1,200 yards and leading the WVIAC in scoring with 56 points

  • After an 0-2 start, Zebrasky led the Hilltoppers to a WVIAC championship, winning seven straight games before tying Fairmont State, 6-6, in the final game

  • At Wash High, he was a member of the 1977 WPIAL runnerup baseball team, an All-Century Conference football player, an All-Section basketball player, team captain and the winner of the 1978 William E. Amos Award, as Wash High’s outstanding senior athlete

  • Mr. Zebrasky set a school record at Wash High for assists in a game with 21 in 1978

  • He has been a long-time coach, serving as an assistant on two WPIAL title teams and a PIAA championship team at Wash High. He was an assistant baseball coach in 2002 when the Little Prexies won a WPIAL crown. He also was manager for Washington in the 2001 and 2003 Pony World Series’, was Canon-McMillan’s baseball coach from 2008-2015 with three consecutive playoff appearances (2013-15)

  • Mr. Zebrasky served as Canon-McMillan (2010-15) and Carlynton girls basketball coach (2017-18) and currently coaches Carlynton’s baseball team, where the Cougars have made three straight post-season appearances

  • He played in the 1980 Thorobred World Series for Washington in Norfolk, VA