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Concetta M. Bartolotti, also commonly known as "Miss B,” was integral in promoting athletic activities for females. As a student from the Mount Morris Class of 1960, although no formal teams existed for girls, she participated and excelled in any athletic activities offered. Most of these included one 7-12th grade girls’ team from each area school participating in an intramural format. Upon graduation, she was awarded the Babe Ruth Sportsmanship and Girls Athletic Key awards.

Concetta attended Ithaca College where she continued to participate in all athletic opportunities. After earning her degree from Ithaca, she returned to Mount Morris as a teacher in PE, Health and Recreation. Early in her career, when still no formal girls teams existed, Concetta did whatever she could to promote and conduct intramurals and other athletic activities for girls. As formal teams finally came in to existence, this inductee coached a wide variety of teams at all levels. Her true passion was to promote athletic opportunities and positive sportsmanship for all. Concetta’s passion and hard work led her to being named Teacher of the Year. In 1983, she became the first female athletic director in Livingston County history. After an outstanding 33-year career, she retired in 2000.