Jason still holds seven standing school records in the High Jump, Long Jump, 100m, 200m, 300m, 4x100m, and 4x200m. In Jason's junior year he won the state title in the high jump and finished 4th at Nationals in the Carrier Dome. In 1994, the Post Standard voted him Track and Field Athlete of the Year.
He participated in track at Syracuse University.
Doug Hartman was an assistant coach in soccer for 13 years (1971 to 1983). He coached lacrosse at ESM for 22 years, 17 of them as head coach, from 1984 to 2000. During his tenure in one of the toughest lacrosse leagues in the state, he had 154 wins. His teams were league champs two times, qualified for sectionals 14 times, and were in the sectional finals twice. He coached two All-American players.
Doug was involved in the wrestling program at ESM for nearly his entire career; 11 years as assistant, and 24 years as head coach. As varsity coach, his teams earned 308 wins. He coached seven NYS place finishers, nine Section III champions, and 25 Class champions. His teams won three Class AA Sectional Team Tournament championships, and three League championships. Doug was named Coach of the Year two times, and in 2009 was inducted into the Section III Wrestling Hall of Fame.
At East Syracuse Minoa High School, Patty Orr participated in four varsity sports (Field Hockey, Basketball, Volleyball and Softball) each year from 1970-1974. She was the first athlete at ESM to earn the equivalent of 16 varsity letters (12 varsity letters and 4 "honor certificates," which were awarded to athletes in girls sports for their varsity participation, in lieu of the varsity letter, prior to the passage of Title IX in 1972.
Patty became a member of the Girl's Athletic Association (GAA) in 1970 to advocate for equal recognition, funding and support of girl's athletics and sports teams at ESM. Varsity female athletes at ESM were first invited to participate in the Varsity Awards Banquet in 1973, a milestone for the girls' sports program.