There are many names synonymous with Long Island lacrosse, but few get the respect and praise as the name Frank Urso. Somewhat of a mythical legend now thanks to a prolific high school and collegiate career, Urso is thought of as one of the greatest players to ever pick up a lacrosse stick in the world and especially on Long Island. Urso relied on his natural athletic ability to play all sports. He was a late bloomer in lacrosse, only playing as early as ninth grade in junior high. Originally on the track team, a friend talked him into playing and the rest is history. Urso played three years of varsity lacrosse at Brentwood, where he was also a star on the football team. His team played in many big games, including the Long Island championship in , but lost to Elmont. On the gridiron, Urso never lost a game. From the youth leagues all through high school the Indians were undefeated.
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SUNY Cortland C-Club Hall of Fame
After an outstanding athletic career at both Port Jervis High and Cortland, Robert Hoppey demonstrated his equally successful talent as an educator and coach during the past three decades in the Brentwood Public School System. Hoppey, the two time Red Letter Award winner on Cortland's and football squads, not only introduced the sport of lacrosse at Brentwood in but in the ensuing 27 seasons led his teams to more than victories, eight league titles and a trio of Suffolk County championships. Hofstra University presented him with its "Crosse," for outstanding contributions to the game of lacrosse in Suffolk County. A physical education instructor popular with his students, Hoppey was voted Brentwood Sonderling "Teacher of the Year" in , having already had the Brentwood Arrowhead Yearbook dedicated to him. Hoppey grew up on Port Jervis, N. He captained the Red Raiders football unit, hit over. At Cortland, Hoppey excelled on the gridiron, starting at both quarterback and defensive back.
The Lt. The award is named in memory of Raymond Enners. He was voted to the All-Long Island lacrosse team. Following high school, Lt. Enners continued to excel at lacrosse at the United States Military Academy. During his senior year, Lt.
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