Foran High honors its All-Staters

Foran High celebrated the success of its All-State earning athletes on Feb. 1. Picture (l-r) are Zach White (hockey), Bradley Orban (tennis), Jake Kasuba (football), Nik Griswold (track), Taylor Ceballos (basketball) and Fallon Bevino (softball). (Photo by David G. Whitham)

Foran High celebrated the success of its All-State earning athletes on Feb. 1. Picture (l-r) are Zach White (hockey), Bradley Orban (tennis), Jake Kasuba (football), Nik Griswold (track), Taylor Ceballos (basketball) and Fallon Bevino (softball).
(Photo by David G. Whitham)

Foran High School honored its All-State athletes at halftime of the Lions girls basketball game with Jonathan Law on Feb. 1.
Fallon Bevino was named to the select squad as a junior in softball. She batted .435 with three home runs and 40 RBIs. In her three seasons starting, Bevino has a career .428 average with 113 hits and 88 RBIs.
Clay Callahan earned the nod on the wrestling mat for the second time, where as a senior he was 2013 State Open runner-up. He was 44-3 as a senior and complied an overall mark of 132-31. Callahan was a two-time Class M champion and two-time Academic All-State.
Taylor Ceballos made All-State in girls basketball as a freshman. She averaged 15 points and 14 rebounds a game.
Nik Griswold garnered a spot as a junior on the indoor track and outdoor track) team after he high jumped 6-4. He earned another state title last week.
Jessica Harkness, as a junior, was named All-State in softball for the second season. She has 502 career strikeouts in two seasons, and is a Junior Select All-Star MVP.
Jake Kasuba was named for his play on the football field. A sophomore, he passed for 2,547 yards and rushed for 555 more.
He averaged 255 passing yards per game with a 70 percent completion rate.
Kasuba threw for 24 touchdowns and ran for three more.
CJ Luth as a senior wrestler completed a career that saw him post a 155-21 record by winning the State Open title at 138 pounds.
He was fourth in New England and a two-time Class M champion.
Bradley Orban earned his third straight All-State berth in boys tennis. A junior, he upped his career record to 76-1. Orban is a two-time State Open champion and three-time Class M champion.
He was the CT Player of the Year and is currently ranked No. 5 in New England (18U) and is a 31013 All American.
Nick Weissauer as a junior football All-Stater had 86 catches for 999 yards and 11 touchdowns.
He set a school record for receptions in one year.
Zachary White as a junior hockey player scored 30 goals and had 31 assists.
He is now the program’s all-time leading scorer.
Austin Woods as a senior boys basketball player in 2013 averaged 15 points and 10 rebounds per game.
Joseph Zanghi was All-State in baseball in 2013. As a senior he batted .393 with an on-base percentage of .555 and a slugging percentage of .661.
He threw out 74 percent of base runners attempting to steal, was a Senior Select All-Star team member, and played in the CT vs MA All-Star game.

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