You can't mention the storied Parochial Basketball League without mentioning Chuck Bisesi.
A standout at St. Lucy's from 1955-1959, Chuck's 1,480 points in his four year high school career have never been surpassed. His points per game average in high school were astounding. As a freshman he averaged 15 ppg; as a sophomore - 20 ppg; as a junior - 25 ppg and his senior year - 33 ppg. And, against Most Holy Rosary his senior year, he set the Parochial League all-time single game scoring record of 63. He had 26 field goals and converted 11 of 13 free throws - all this long before the three-point field goal.
Chuck was Parochial League first team in his junior and senior years and has been honored as one of the top 100 players in the history of the league, in addition to being ranked as one of the best players to ever suit up for St. Lucy's.
Chuck maintained his love for and connection to basketball by entering the high school coaching ranks as head coach of Bishop Cunningham in Oswego. From 1980- 1992 his teams won five OHSL division titles, four Section III titles and the New York Class D title in 1985.