Longtime CBA athletic trainer Randy Kinn ’74 is one of eight individuals and two teams that will be the eighth class to be inducted into the school’s Lasallian Athletic Hall of Fame on Nov. 1 at the Sheraton Syracuse University Hotel.
Established in 2000, the Booster Club sponsored Hall of Fame honors those who have distinguished themselves not only in their interscholastic pursuits while at CBA, but also by their accomplishments in their chosen fields after graduation.
The 2014 inductees are:
Alex DeLucia ‘57 –Football, baseball and track star. All-City in football and baseball. All-State and considered the best lineman in Syracuse in 1956.
John Baichi ‘63 – Three sport (football, basketball and track) star. Co-captain of the undefeated 1962 City League Champs.
James Barksdale ‘63 – Football and track star. Played football collegiately at the University of Buffalo. Co-captain of the undefeated 1962 City League Champs.
Dr. Jay Sacco ‘ 67– Lettered in Football and Track. All-State and All-City in football and track. His record in the shot put stood for almost a decade beyond graduation.
Randy Kinn ’74 – Started as a student trainer in the early 70’s, returned to CBA after graduating from Syracuse University and has been a mainstay in the athletic department ever since.
Frank Giufre ‘ 95 – Football star and wrestling Letterman. All-State and All-League in football. Played for Syracuse University and is currently an assistant coach for the Indianapolis Colts.
Jarett Park ‘01 – All-American in both soccer and lacrosse in high school. Played both sports at Syracuse University. He currently plays professional lacrosse for the Colorado Mammoth in the National Lacrosse League and the Washington Bayhawks of the Major Lacrosse League.
Erica LaGrow ’04 – Three sport star (soccer, bowling and lacrosse). Was a high school lacrosse All-American. Played collegiately at the University of North Carolina and is currently an assistant coach at the University of Florida.
1968 Track Team– Undefeated league and Diocesan Champs. Part of the CBA Track Dynasty that spanned nearly 20 years.
1973 Cross Country Team – Undefeated league and Section III Champions. Only team to win the prestigious Eastern States Championship.