Zac Quatrone was busy last year for the Serra Catholic football team. He figures to be even busier for the 24-player Eagles as he will play defense along with reprising his role as one of the most versatile quarterbacks in the WPIAL.
A year ago, the 6-1, 175-pound senior supplied some "must viewing" even as his team limped home with a 1-9 record. Why? Because Quatrone displayed equal amounts of prowess with his arm and his legs as he rushed for 1,047 yards and completed 76 of 163 passes for 1,011 yards. He also was his team's leading scorer with 15 rushing touchdowns.
"Because we have so few players, Zac will play free safety and outside linebacker," said second-year coach Tony St. Angelo. "He runs about 4.7 in the 40, so he's pretty fast for a high school kid."
Joe Satira, a 6-2, 165-pound senior wide receiver, again will be Quatrone's top target. He caught 47 passes for 697 yards and scored five touchdowns.