Cameron Lindsey & Serayah Leech

Each month we’re recognizing two of our amazing M:7 Sports athletes for their inspiring accomplishments both on and off the field. 


Cameron Lindsey — Super Collider (Class of ‘24)

Cameron Lindsey’s extraordinary combination of natural athletic talent and an exceptionally high football IQ sets him apart from most other linebackers entering the college ranks. With his knack for anticipating plays, locking onto ball carriers, and pouncing with cat-like speed, he stalks his prey on the gridiron like, well, a hungry panther — making his new school, the University of Pittsburgh, the ideal fit for him and his game-changing playmaking.  

As linebacker and running back for Aliquippa football, Cameron was instrumental in propelling the team toward a perfect 14-0 record for the first time in the illustrious school’s history and two PIAA titles in three years. In the meantime, he grew to become the cream of PA’s linebacker crop, scoring four defensive TDs while racking up 237 total tackles, 25 tackles for loss, six sacks, six fumble recoveries, and four interceptions. He also scored 17 TDs lining up on the offensive side of the ball. For his efforts, he earned a number of accolades, including PA First Team All-State, 4A Parkway Conference Co-Defensive MVP honors, and being ranked #9 in the nation on the 2024 ESPN Top Inside Linebackers Recruiting Database.

However, it wasn’t just his play on the field that earned him his four-star recruiting status; it was the blood and sweat he put into preparation, working just as hard when the cameras weren’t on and the crowds weren’t watching. 

Now “Cam Bam” looks to go from Quips legend to being a key contributor for the Panthers and their future success. And to think, he’ll be doing it on the very same field, Acrisure Stadium, where he and his Aliquippa teammates just hoisted the WPIAL trophy for a third year in a row. 

Cameron’s high-level performance hasn’t just been relegated to sports. In the classroom, he boasted a 3.33 GPA while taking advanced courses such as English honors class. Outside of school, he’s worked as a summer camp instructor for the Sewickley Valley YMCA, making it a priority to mentor the next generation and pass on the lessons he’s learned along the way. 

Before finishing his senior year at Aliquippa, Cameron aims to help the Quips win more titles, this time as power forward/center for their basketball team which seeks to repeat as WPIAL champions and a return to avenge last year’s loss in the state championship game. 


Serayah Leech —​ All-American Keeper (Class of ‘24)

Few goaltenders in Pennsylvania, let alone the nation, have ever had a high-school career as impressive as Serayah Leech, who posted a jaw-dropping 56 shutouts and near perfect GAA of 0.15 in three years as a starter for the Moon Tigers, one of the country’s top soccer programs. 

Her many accolades include three-time All-Section, two-time All-WPIAL, two-time Scholar Athlete of the Year, two-time Presidents Cup Best 11, and 2021 Presidents Cup Golden Glove honors. She also made the P-G’s All-Area Team and was chosen to play on the East Team for the 2023 Girls High School All-America Game.      

As phenomenal as her individual stats and accolades have been, Serayah would be the first to point to what has mattered most — helping her team achieve unrivaled success, winning three straight PIAA State Championship and two WPIAL titles while compiling an incredible 60-3-3 record over that stretch.

Time after time in the most clutch situations, Serayah has been a virtual brick wall between the pipes, af not just as a Tiger but also as a member of Century United Girls Academy (GA) and the Century West Soccer Club US Youth Soccer (USYS).  

A dedicated, outgoing leader on and off the field, she continually strives to make herself and those around her better through hard work and positivity. Individually, her diligence in the classroom is evident in her 4.07 GPA, High Honors, and being named Moon Area Student of the Month twice. Meanwhile, she’s already been an active force for change in her community, as a member of Moon’s diversity club and strategic planning committee.   

Next season, she’ll be bringing her talents to the Crimson Hawks of Indiana University of Pennsylvania (IUP) where she anticipates majoring in kinesiology, health, and sport science, while continuing to play at an elite level against some of the top players in the country. 

Outside of soccer, her interests and hobbies include painting and drawing. She also played on the school’s championship teams for both flag football and rugby.