Lacrosse - 1997

Todd Cavallaro also graduated from Corning East in 1990 that saw a remarkable lacrosse career capped by his being named as the Most Valuable Player in the 1990 New York State Class B championship game that was won by the Trojans. During his high school career that began in 1985 when he was an 8th grader, Todd earned a number of awards including the Shawn Corcoran Award, Corning East Most Valuable Player, a bronze and a silver medal in the Empire State Games and three times was named to the STL League first­team. A full scholarship to Johns Hopkins University saw Todd continue his illustrious career at the collegiate level. He was the co­captain of the team as junior and senior and culminated his career with two of the most prestigious awards at Johns Hopkins. Todd was named as the Sydney G. Erlanger Award winner as the outstanding senior and was also the TurnballReynolds Award winner which goes to the lacrosse player who exemplifies team play, sportsmanship and leadership. He was also named to play hi the North­South Ail­Star lacrosse game as senior in high school and as a senior in college. Todd is currently living in Chestertown, Md. and is an assistant coach at Washington College where he received a full scholarship for graduate school and is working on his Masters degree in teaching.