• Randolph and Brittany

    CLASS OF 2007


    Brittany McCray was a three sport varsity player for all four years of her high school career.  During her final three years in volleyball, the team had a record of 67 and 4.  In her sophomore year, the team won their first ever sectional title.  Brittany’s junior year, the team was undefeated in league and sectional play, having league championships and back-to-back sectional titles.  She was named Wayne County Co-Player of the Year, to the Sectional All-Tournament Team and 2nd Team All-State.  Brittany’s senior year the team again went undefeated in the league, having won 51 straight league games and Section V Class C Sectionals for the third year in a row.  Brittany was named MVP of sectionals, 2nd team All-State and Wayne County Player of the Year.


    She also had a very successful basketball career.  Her sophomore year the team had a record of 21-3.  They were Class CC Section V Champions and qualified for States by defeating Clyde-Savannah in a thrilling 63-62 game.  During her junior year, the team ended Clyde-Savannah’s 43 game league winning streak.  Brittany’s ability to play all five positions on the court made her the team’s MVP.  During her senior year she scored her 1000th career point, finishing with 1090 total points and averaging 17 points and 15 rebounds per game.  Brittany again was named MVP.


    Brittany was also a dominating force in track and field.  She won numerous sectional titles in the long jump, triple jump and high jump.  She holds the school record for the long jump and the triple jump.  Brittany participated in more state meets than any Lyons athlete and has won more state medals than anyone in Lyons history.  She went to the New York State Track Meet in 2004, 2005, 2006 and 2007.  She placed first in the triple jump in 2005 and first in the long jump in 2007.


    She went on to play basketball for two years at Genesee Community College leading the team in scoring, rebounds, steals and blocks in 2008-2009.  She then played two years at Roberts Wesleyan.  She led the team in scoring and rebounds and was named to the 2011 NCAA All-Tournament Team.


    Brittany is currently working as a Case Manager at Safe Harbors of the Finger Lakes with victims of domestic violence, sexual assault and child abuse.  She is the proud mother of her son Kyndal, born January 13, 2018.  She continues to play in Gus Mackee Basketball Tournaments every summer since 2011.