1967 Football Team

Coached by PYA Hall of Fame Inductee Jack  Marshall (Class of 2014) and assistant coach Dave Currier, the 1967 football team averaged almost 36 points per game on their way to a 7-1 season giving them a share of the Finger Lakes Title. Sixteen different players scored touchdowns over the course of the season. Overlooked in preseason polls, the Mustangs allowed only 74 points and broke 24 school records.  The community rallied around the team filling the stands for the games.  Coach Marshall was named Coach of the Year following the season.