CLASS OF 1986
KENNETH L. WILLIAMS
Kenny Williams was an outstanding athlete at Lyons Central School in both football and basketball. Kenny was voted Lyons Athlete of the Year in 1986. Kenny’s high school coaches remember him as being a very humble person, who was admired by his teammates, and always worked hard in athletics and the classroom.
In football, Kenny was a three year starter. As a sophomore, he earned second team honors as quarterback. He averaged 70+ yards per game passing and 60+ yard per game rushing. As a senior, Kenny played many positions and earned the All Purpose Athlete Award from the Finger Lakes Times and was selected to participate in the Eddie Meath All-Star game.
In basketball, Kenny was also a three year starter as point guard. He was captain of the team for two years. Kenny was a great defensive player, he was one of the few players who could contain Terry Brown of Clyde-Savannah.
He played three years at Cortland (1988-1990). He scored 10 touchdowns and had over 1500 yards of total offense as a running back. He attended Bloomsburg University, graduating with a Masters’ Degree in Science Instructional Technology.
Kenny is married to Heather Lee Williams and has five children; Barron, Raiden, Brogan, Linae and Nayeli. Kenny works for the U.S. District Court as IT man for the FBI, State Police and Sheriffs.