Vince Fasso, from the Class of 1988, was a very talented three-sport athlete and three-year varsity starter in soccer, basketball, and baseball. In fact, he was a Livingston County All-Star in all three sports. On the soccer field, Vince was the top goalie in Livingston County and recorded numerous shutouts in his career. During his senior year, Vince helped lead the team to be ranked the #1 seed in Section V, Class D. This is the only boys’ soccer team in school history that has achieved the #1 ranking in sectionals.
On the basketball court, Vince was also one of the top players. Between scoring and rebounding, he would typically be in double figures in both categories every game. His 20 rebound game on December 9, 1987, against York is tied for the fifth highest in one game in school history. During his senior year, Vince was the team’s leading rebounder and one of the leading scorers who led the team to the #2 seed in Section V, Class C. This team finished with 17 wins and made it to the sectional finals at the War Memorial. In that sectional final game against Avoca, Vince played an outstanding game, and was the team’s leading scorer with 18 points. He not only ended his basketball career as a Livingston County All-Star, he was also named to the Exceptional Senior game, and to the Section V All-Tournament team. In the spring season, Vince was the team captain, pitcher and shortstop on the baseball team. He was a very strong hitter who went deep on many occasions. In all sports, and in all games, Vince was a hard-nosed, very tough competitor who left it all on the field. He was a true role model and example for all to follow.