Dolbeck graduated as the valedictorian of his 1984 Ti High class. He lettered in football, basketball and golf.
During both his junior and senior years he started and led the varsity basketball team to the overall Champlain Valley Athletic Conference championships. In his junior year the basketball team won the Section VII title and competed in the state tournament in Glens Falls. In his senior year he was selected as a CVAC all star.
In football he started as a junior; as a senior he started both as a defensive end and as an offensive tight end.
In golf he started his freshman, junior and senior year. Additionally, he played on the varsity baseball team as a pitcher and first basemen his sophomore year.
Dolbeck is also a 1988 graduate of the U. S. Coast Guard Academy with a bachelor of science degree in civil engineering. While at the academy Dolbeck played football, basketball, and golf at the NCAA Division III level. He lettered on the varsity basketball and golf teams both as a junior and senior.
In 1992 he attended the University of Illinois and earned a master of science degree in civil engineering.
Now a Coast Guard captain, Dolbeck is assigned to the Acquisition Directorate at CG Headquarters in Washington, D.C. as the Program Manager for the Response Boat-Medium (RB-M).
Dolbeck's military decorations include the Coast Guard Meritorious Service, Commendation and Achievement medals and the Commandant's Letter of Commendation.
Dolbeck and his wife, Nancy, have children, Lauren, Andrew and Jonathan. They live in Crofton, Md.
Marcum graduated from Ticonderoga High School in 2000. She is the daughter of Charleen Tuthill and Richard Ott. She played softball, basketball and soccer.
Although Sherry was passionate successful in these sports, her life and athletic career drastically changed when coaches David Rutkowski and James Cunningham introduced her to the shot put. It was love at first throw. She began dedicating her athletic talents solely to track and field.