Lacrosse - 1999

Kevin Rahill graduated from Corning East High in 1976 following a career that saw him finish with over 100 career points in two varsity seasons. He was named to the first team in the Southern Tier Lacrosse League following his senior season. He continued his lacrosse prowess at the Collegiate level at Bowdoin College where he really blossomed as a scorer and all-around lacrosse player. He was a four-year starter for the Polar Bears, serving as captain of the team during his senior season. Kevin finished his career at Bowdoin as the number one point scorer and number one assist man and was third in goal scoring. He is currently still ranked in the top five in all three categories. In Kevin's senior season, Bowdoin won the ECAC Championship. That same season, he was named to the New England Snively Division All-Star team. During the 1979 season Kevin set a school record when he scored 11 points in a single game. Four times, he registered six assists in a single game. Kevin is a permanent fixture at City Hall where he appears on the People Wall in his East High lacrosse (#10) uniform.