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Paden City’s Heasley to Play in OVAC All-Star Classic

By Staff | Jul 15, 2015

Paden City’s Zach Heasley was recently chosen to play in his second all-star game in less than a month.

Heasley who in June was chosen to compete in the Battle Against Cystic Fibrosis (BCAF) game held in Marietta, Ohio, will be competing for the Quarterback job against three others in the July 26, OVAC all-star game.

Heasly was a four year starter for the Wildcats under coach Croasman and put up some huge numbers for the cats, throwing for over 4,000 yards and close to 40 touchdowns during his career. He not only plays QB but can be used on the defensive line as well. In the BCAF game he was credited with a Quarterback sack and several tackles, while also taking some snaps from center and gaining yardage on a run. Listed at 6-3 and 220 pounds, Heasly has the size, quickness and is mobile enough to play to play multiple positions. He was also a regular in basketball and baseball all four years in high school.

Although he missed some time his Sophomore year with an injury, He is a hard nosed player who will take a hit and get back up and go right back after it.

He has received several honors during his high school days including all-OVAC the past two years. Zach plans on continuing his football career come fall at West Virginia Wesleyan.