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2023 Inductees

Roger Hill – Class of 1965

Roger Hill plaque

Roger Hill was a 3-sport athlete who participated in soccer, basketball, and baseball.  As a junior, he was named 1st team All-County on our 1963 soccer team that won the division title.  In his senior soccer season in 1964, he scored 15 goals, which was a school record at that time.  On September 25, 1964 vs. Greece Arcadia, he scored 4 goals in one soccer game which is still tied for our school record today.  That equaled 8 points in one soccer game, which is also still tied for our school record.  On the basketball court, he was the Saints’ leading rebounder and scored 14 points per game on our 1963-64 basketball team that won the division title.  His talents and hard work led him to be named 2nd team All-County in basketball as a sophomore in 1963, and then 1st team All-County in both 1964 and 1965.  He scored 776 career points in basketball, which was a school record at that time and is still currently 7th all-time in school history.  He was a monster on the boards grabbing 26 rebounds in one game and 810 career rebounds.  Both numbers are still school records today.  He was named to the New York State Section V Class A All-Star basketball team in 1964.  After graduation, he played soccer at Roberts Wesleyan college and contributed to the team’s 3rd place in the Final 4 NAIA National Championship.  He was also a highly regarded high school and college basketball official.

John Iacucci – Class of 2014

John Iacucci plaque

John was multi-talented and played on 4 varsity sports teams including football, indoor track, basketball, and tennis.  He was our football team captain and starting quarterback for 3 years.  This is the only student in school history to be named football team captain for 3 years.  His accolades on the football field include being named 1st team All-County in 2012 and 2013, as well as 1st team AGR and Monroe County Division 2 football Player of the Year in 2013.  He was also named the Ontario Honda Scholar-Athlete of the Year and was Honorable Mention All-State in 2013.  John broke and still holds all of the following football school records: most yards passing in a game, season, and career; most pass completions in a game, season, and career.  He also is tied for the school record for most passing touchdowns in a career.  This man was also co-captain of our boys basketball team in 2013-14 that finished 14-6 which is tied for the 2nd highest number of wins in 1 season in school history.  He was a leading member of our tennis team that won 4 consecutive division titles, and the Section V title in 2014.  This is the only tennis team in school history to win a sectional title.  He recorded a school record 43 career tennis wins in doubles.  In 2014, he was named both C-C Male Athlete of the Year and also the Academic Athlete of the Year.  He went on to play football at Malone University on an academic and athletic package where he played quarterback during his college career.  He received several awards while at Malone including being named the 2016 winner of the NFL Hall of Fame Dick Gallagher Award. 

Annamarie Kostarellis – Class of 2017

Annamarie Kostarellis plaque

Anna is one of the top runners in our school history.  She was a 3-sport athlete and team captain in cross country, indoor track, and track & field.  She is one of only 3 females in school history to win a Section V title in cross country which she accomplished in 2014.  All told, she won 9 Section V individual championships, which included at least one in each sport.  During her career, she also broke and still holds 10 individual school records between indoor track and track & field.  In 2017, Annamarie broke the Section V record in the 1,500m in indoor track.  She was named 1st team All-County, 1st team AGR, team MVP, and went to the state finals numerous times in every sport.  She was the Monroe County champion in steeplechase and was also named the Section V Class A MVP in track & field in 2015.  In 2016, she was the Monroe County champion in 3000m and was awarded with the Devin Snyder Class A Female Track Athlete of the Year in track & field.  She was awarded with the 2015 C-C Female Athlete of the Year, and the 2017 C-C Female Career Athlete awards.  Her talents and hard work helped lead our cross country team to win the division title in 2015 and also in track & field in 2017.  She also competed at the national level while in high school and finished 3rd overall in New Balance nationals in the 1 mile race in 2017.  After graduation, she competed at three Division 1 universities on full athletics scholarships.  During this time she received All Big East honors while at Xavier University, participated in nationals while at New Mexico University, and set schools records at Baylor University in both the 5k and 10k.  Currently she is continuing her career in professional running.

Nancy Thornton - Coach

Nancy Thornton plaque

Nancy coached our varsity girls soccer team for 13 years, our varsity girls basketball team for 3 years, and our varsity girls volleyball team for 6 years.  As our soccer coach, she accrued the most coaching wins in school history in girls soccer with 141.  Her overall record coaching girls soccer was 141-79-30 which is a .624 winning percentage.  She coached our girls soccer team to 3 consecutive division titles in 2003, 2004, and 2005.  She also coached our girls soccer team to 3 consecutive Section V titles in 2002, 2003, and 2004.  To date, these are the only 3 girls soccer teams in school history to win sectional titles.  Additionally, she was named Monroe County Division 2 girls soccer Coach of the Year in 1999, and AGR girls soccer Coach of the Year in 2003.  she was a pioneer for our girls basketball program as she was the very first varsity girls basketball coach in our school history in 1974.  Nancy took over as girls volleyball coach in 1974 which was only the 2nd year of the program’s history.  She compiled a win-loss record of 58-33 over the 6 year period which is a .637 winning percentage, and coached our 1st girls volleyball team in school history to win a division title in 1979-80.  She is one of only 3 coaches in our school history to win 3 or more Section V championships to date.  

Liz Zorn – Class of 2006

Liz Zorn plaque

Liz Zorn was a 3-sport athlete in soccer, indoor track, and softball.  As only a freshman in 2002, she was moved up to our varsity soccer team and played a huge role in the team’s sectional run.  She had an assist in the quarter finals and scored the only goal in the Section V Class A soccer championship game to lead our team to the title in a 1-0 win over Mercy.  In 2003, she moved to the position of goalie and played there for the remainder of her career from 2003-2005.  All 3 of these teams won division titles.  The 2003 and 2004 teams won Section V titles, and the 2003 team was the #1 seed in sectionals and made it to the state semi-finals.  Thus, she helped lead our soccer team to 3 consecutive Section V titles which are the only 3 girls soccer teams to have won a Section V title to date.  Liz led all of Monroe County goalies in 2004 with a 93.706 save percentage allowing only 9 goals and had 11 shutouts over the season.  Only 1 other player in school history recorded more shutouts in a season.  She also led Monroe County D1 goalies in 2005 with a 92.941 save percentage allowing only 12 goals on the season and 9 shutouts.  Her 23 career shutouts look to be our school record.  After the 2005 soccer season, she was named 1st team All-County, Monroe County Division 1 Player of the Year, and 1st team AGR.  She was also a leading member of our 2004 softball team that won the division title and the Section V title.  This is the only softball team in our school history to win sectionals to date.  During that season, she hit .373 and tied for the team lead in stolen bases.  She was also named 1st team All-County in softball and was awarded with the C-C Female Athlete of the Year award in 2006.  After graduation, she went on to play 4 years of ice hockey at Cornell University.  As a senior at Cornell, she was the team captain helping lead the team to win the ECAC championship and then advanced to the NCAA women’s championship game.