Lacrosse - 2006
SCOTT FARRELL graduated from Corning East High School in 1998 as perhaps one of the finest lacrosse players ever to wear the maroon and white. According to his coach, Bob Streeten, Scott was the "most accomplished player in my 25 years of coaching at East." Scott was a threeyear starter for the Trojans, named AllLeague as a junior and senior when he served as team captain. He was twice named to the Western Region team in the Empire State Games and capped his high school career by being named an All-American in 1998. He played in the state championship game in 1996 and 1997 and state semifinals in 1998. East's record while Scott played was 633. He was also a member of the Trojans football team and was named to the AllNYS, First Team as linebacker. After graduating as the valedictorian from East, Scott went on to Princeton University where he was twice named an Honorable Mention, AllAmerican. At the age of 19 he was named to the United States team that played in the World Games Tournament in Australia in 1999. Scott was also the team captain of the Princeton football team.