It was an interesting season for the Cougars who entered the Class C tournament with a pre-season 6-10 record. They were seeded twelfth but with wins over #5 Pal-Mac (15-7), and #4 Geneva (10-4) they ended up in fourth place, losing to Penn Yan in the semi final round. Their 1-3 league record (8-11 over all) placed them fourth in Monroe County-D2.
Eleven players made the offensive book for the Cougars in 2012. Senior attackman Jason Boike led the team in goals and points with 41g-11a (52 pts). Junior midfielder Nick Weston led the team in assists with 28g-22a. Other top producers were junior attackman Connor Flaherty (28g-12a), senior middie Ian Holtby (21g-10a) and Drew Tallon (27g-18a). Senior goalie Nick Beniamino had all but eight minutes in the goal and made 167 saves for the Cougars. Leading the defensive unit out front were seniors Keanan O'Brien and Cassidy Kuhn. O'Brien led the team in ground ball production with eighty-two and Kuhn led the team in defensive take-aways with forty-two.
Boike and O'Brien were rewarded with first team all-league honors (MC-D2) while Tallon and Weston were named to the second team. O'Brien was named to the Class C All-Tournament team and to the second team All-Section Five list. The Cougars earned a NYS Scholar Athlete award with an average of 91.312.
Off to college programs were Beniamino (MCC), Boike (Nazareth) and Holtby (Hilbert College).