On Friday, October 25, F. Michael “Bingo” Corrigan and Randy Kutz will be inducted into the Kutztown Area High School Athletic Hall of Fame at halftime of the Kutztown/Berks Catholic football game.
Francis Michael “Bingo” Corrigan was a 1953 graduate of Kutztown High School. He lettered in soccer, basketball and baseball. In 1952, Mike was named to the All-Berks soccer team. Also in 1952, his basketball team won division, Berks and District III championships. The team was the state runner-up, losing in overtime of the state championship game.
Winning ways continued in 1953 when the basketball team won the division and District III championships, and Mike was named as a member of the second team Little All-State Team. He received a full athletic scholarship to Bucknell University, playing varsity basketball for his sophomore, junior, and senior years.
At one point in his senior year, he led the nation in scoring percentage, before being sidelined due to injury.
Randy Kutz, was a 1974 graduate of Kutztown Area High School. He was a scholar athlete, earning 11 varsity letters in soccer, basketball and baseball. In 1972 he was named to the All-Berks soccer team. In basketball in his senior year, he was named to the second team All-Berks team as well as the All-Berks baseball team. After graduating from Kutztown, he continued his education at Muhlenberg College where he was a soccer stand-out.
He established a single-season scoring record of 22 goals and a careerscoring record of 61 goals, which still stands today. In 1976 and 1977 he was named to the Middle Atlantic All-Star Soccer Team. Randy was inducted into the Muhlenberg College Athletic Hall of Fame in 1985.