Athletic Hall of Fame: Jason Wilebski '86

Lettered in baseball, basketball and football... is the most accomplished pass catcher in the history of Lemont football... set school career records with 112 catches, 1,999 yards receiving and 17 touchdown catches, accomplishing all of that in just two years (1984-85)... totaled 39 catches for 791 yards and seven scores in 1984, helping head coach Marv Gonsiorowski’s team to a 7-2 record... set a school single-game record with three touchdown receptions in a 35-6 win over Peotone... set school single-season records with 73 catches, 1,208 yards receiving and 10 touchdown catches as a senior in 1985, earning offensive team MVP honors... helped lead Gonsiorowski’s squad to a 7-4 record, which included the school’s second IHSA Playoff appearance, and its first-ever playoff win, a 20-12 win over Sandwich... set Lemont single-game records with nine catches and 193 yards receiving in a 34-6 triumph over Peotone... nabbed at least one pass in every game as a junior and senior, spanning 20 contests... all-conference honoree who earned Joliet Herald News and Chicago Sun-Times all-area honors... honorable mention all-state pick... finished his career with the top-five single-game yards receiving totals in school history... also earned team MVP honors in baseball as a junior in 1985... member of the Physical Education Leadership team... Homecoming King... played football at the University of St. Francis (Ill.)... currently serves as the Director of Admissions for Kaplan University.