The senior attack has scored 19 goals in the Red Devils' eight postseason games. He and goalie Will Schreiner are Under Armour all-Americans.
Both also have signed to play next season at Penn State. Peck committed to the Nittany Lions as a sophomore. Schreiner followed a year later.
Avon Grove has won 10 straight games. In that streak, Schreiner and the team's defense has held opponents to an average of 5.5 goals.
"To make school history is really humbling," Schreiner said. "We have one more game. Come out of that game on top, and our season is complete."
Penncrest (24-1) has won five straight games since being knocked out in the quarterfinals of the District 1 playoffs.
The Lions rely on Dylan Protesto, one of the area's premier faceoff specialists, to control possession, as well as Will Manganiello's play up front. The senior attack, bound for Delaware, scored five times in Penncrest's state-semifinal win.
Avon Grove attack Stephen Cyron said after the semifinals that he did not know much about Penncrest because the teams did not meet this season. But he said he knew his coaches would prepare the team with a game plan.
That game plan, to win a state title, will be four decades in the making.