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Gained entry in 1996 … came to Rockland in 1969, as a physical education teacher, lacrosse coach and ice hockey coach at Suffern H.S. … his overwhelming success in both sports have set high watermarks for other coaches to shoot for … he is the winningest ice hockey coach in Rockland scholastic history, and the second-winningest lacrosse coach … in the 24 years from 1969 through 1993, Orlando coached Suffern’s boys’ lacrosse team to 285 victories … his teams won 20 Rockland County titles, 9 sectional crowns and 3 regional championships … the Mounties suffered only eight losses to county opponents under his watch, encompassing almost a quarter-century … he produced 19 high school All-Americas … he regards his 1975 team as his best … that team went 25-0, was ranked No.1 in the state (there was no state tournament then) and had several players go on to play Division I college lacrosse … in a 25-year ice hockey coaching career, Orlando amassed a record of 456 wins, 99 losses and 14 ties … his teams won the Westchester-Rockland Interscholastic Ice Hockey League championship 12 straight years … they reached the state Division I final four seven straight years … his 1992 team won the state Division I championship, the first and only time in the 18-year history of the tournament that it was won by a downstate team … as a lacrosse player for City College of New York, Orlando led the nation in scoring in 1961 with 37 goals in 10 games … he was inducted into the City College of New York Hall of Fame in 1972 … in his six years with the Long Island Lacrosse Club, the team won the national club title five times … he once scored three goals in 7.5 seconds, a record for a national championship club game … Orlando spent eight years as an assistant lacrosse coach at nationally ranked Army.