Football - 1999

Pete Woodhouse graduated from Corning West in 1983 following an outstanding career for the Vikings football team. During his junior and senior seasons, West lost only two games each year and Pete was a major factor in the Vikings success from both the offensive and defensive sides of the ball. He led the STC in scoring as senior and averaged 22.8 yards per catch as a wide receiver. On defense, Pete led the league with seven interceptions. For his efforts, he was named all-league, was named the Corning Lions Club MVP, and also named to the all-star teams of both the Elmira Star Gazette and Corning Leader. He was also a two year starter for the West basketball team. Pete was recruited by several colleges and signed with Bloomsburg University where he played and lettered for four years. Playing mostly defense for Bloomsburg, he capped his collegiate career by leading the team in interceptions as a senior with six. While at Bloomsburg, his team won the Lombardi Trophy symbolizing the best Division II team in the East and they also won the PCAC Eastern Conference Championship