From the Class of 1968, Pat Muscarella was a very powerful athlete who participated in football, basketball, and baseball. Over his varsity football career, he racked up 1,117 rushing yards and was a leading scorer with 11 touchdowns as our starting fullback during his junior and senior seasons. During his senior year, he was named co-captain and had one of the most impressive games in school history. On September 16, 1967 against Avon, he accounted for all of our team’s 24 points rushing for 228 yards on 18 carries and scoring 4 touchdowns. One of these touchdowns came on a 70 yard run. To this day, 4 rushing touchdowns in one game is tied for the school record. His accomplishments during his senior year led him to the Livingston County All-Star team as honorable-mention. He was also a member of our basketball team including our 1967 team that won both the Livingston County and Section V, Class C title. On the baseball field, he was a pitcher, outfielder, and very strong hitter who hit many home-runs over his 3 year varsity career. He helped lead the team to consecutive Livingston County titles in 1966 and 1967. The 1966, he came up big in the clutch in sectionals. He reached base 8 out of 9 at bats including a huge home-run in the Section V semi-final game to lead us into the finals. Although we had a tough 6-4 loss to Red Creek in the sectional finals, this inductee was named to the Section V, Class C All-tournament team. That next year in 1967, this man led us back to the finals where this time we walked away with the Section V, Class C title. He culminated his senior year with an amazing 2 home-run, 8 RBI performance against Lima. After graduation, Pat went on to play 4 years of football at RIT and was the focal point of the offense during the 1970 season, coached by two time Super Bowl champion Tom Coughlin. After playing fullback his first two years, he was moved to linebacker for his junior and senior seasons where he was also very successful.