She qualified for the state meet every year and in 1996 led her team to the Section VII championship, which was the first time Ticonderoga had beat Plattsburgh since 1984.
During DeFranco's senior year the team posted an undefeated season coming in first place with 158.35 points clinching the overall CVAC seasonal title and setting a CVAC record score.
DeFranco also was a member of the varsity softball team.
She attended Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute and was goalie for the lacrosse team, receiving rookie of the year as a freshman and first time lacrosse player. She graduated in 2003 with a degree in industrial engineering.
DeFranco now lives in San Francisco and works for an online retailer, Walmart.com. She is an avid skier and spends most weekend in Lake Tahoe at Squaw Valley resort.
Henthorn graduated in 1988. In high school he played football and track and field.
In football he was named the CVAC first team offense and defensive tackle and in track and field he went to the state championships in Syracuse for shot put and discus.
Since graduating from Ti high he as worked for SW&B Construction Company and is currently the piping superintendent.
Mattison, a 1999 Ti High graduate, excelled in both basketball and baseball.
In basketball, he was a three-year starter and captain as a senior. He set a school record for career three-pointers made and helped lead the Sentinels to their first winning season in five years in 1998-99. The Sentinels have not had a losing season since.
In baseball, Mattison was a four-year starter and two-year captain. As a junior, he was selected as a CVAC Division II all star at shortstop and finished as the runner up for CVAC Most Valuable Player honors.
He currently resides in Moriah and has been employed by International Paper for the past six years.