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Steve Ferraro was arguably one of the best overall athletes at Mt. Morris in the 1980’s. He was an outstanding three sport athlete in soccer, basketball, and baseball all four years of high school. He was the captain of the 1984 soccer team who had an outstanding season which culminated in a trip to the Section V, Class C championship game. He led the soccer team in scoring with 19 goals scored in 1982 and 16 goals in 1983. Those 19 goals in 1982 stood as a school record for most goals in one season until 2011 when his son Bradley scored 20. He scored a total of 42 goals from 1982-1984 which is still today a school record for most goals in a career. In 1984, he was the starting point guard for the basketball team who won the LCAA Championship. Anyone who followed Livingston County basketball at that time knows that this athlete was easily the most dominate point guard in the league. Who could forget the sectional game where the Blue Devils were trailing by 1 point with only 3 seconds remaining and he dribbled the full length of the court and made a layup to upset the #1 seeded Romulus at the buzzer. If the 3 point shot was in existence during his athletic career, there is no doubt that his name would be on the 1,000 point banner as well. During the 1984-85 school year he was named a Livingston County 1st team all star in both soccer and basketball. For three consecutive years in 1982, 1983, and 1984, he was named to the all greater Rochester Soccer team. Following high school, this man continued his athletic career as a two-sport athlete in soccer and basketball at Finger Lakes Community College. Again he excelled at this level and in 1986, was named to the National Junior College Athletic Association Region III All Star team in soccer. Even today, this man continues his commitment to Blue Devil athletics. Over the last eight years, he has volunteered thousands of hours of his own time working with both the soccer and basketball players improving the skills of our younger athletes. He presently serves as a coach to both our soccer and basketball programs, and is the President of the newly formed Mt. Morris Soccer Club.