Pat Maddock ‘77
Pat Maddock was a graduate of Lyons Central School in 1977. During his high school years at Lyons high, Pat was a three-sport athlete including football, wrestling, and baseball.
Pat was an all-conference fullback for three years and led his team to Wayne-Finger Lakes crown twice. He was the leading scorer in Section V with seventeen touchdowns his senior year to lead Lyons to an undefeated league season. He finished his outstanding football career in Lyons with 34 touchdowns and 2,194 yards. His accomplishments yielded him fourth team all-state status and he was named as one of the top 100 New York All-Stars by the state’s sportswriters.
In addition, Pat had a career record of 25-5 and was a runner-up in sectionals his senior year as a wrestler. In the spring he produced on the diamond, where he became an all-conference outfielder for the baseball team.
Pat went on to play college football at Upper Iowa University. He was the first running back in school history to rush for more than 1,000 yards his junior season. Pat holds records for the most rushing yards in a season (1166), most rushing yards in a career (3042), and finished with thirty-three career touchdowns. In 1991, Pat was inducted into the University’s Hall of Fame.
As the wrestling coach for Lyons from 1984-1990, he had six wrestlers win sectional championships. He also coached junior varsity baseball and football and was the offensive coordinator for the Lyons football team when they won back-to-back sectional titles in 2002 and 2003.
Pat resides in Lyons with his, wife, Lauren and their three children.