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Sunday, April 6 of 2014, the HoF celebrated its 25th Anniversary!

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Seventy members of the Mustang Hall of Fame attended the event, reminiscing with other Hall of Famers about their Mustang glory days and celebrating the HoF’s contribution of tens of thousands of dollars to honor and support MHS athletes and teams. HoF members represented MHS athletic teams and graduating classes from the 1940s to the 2000s. In total, about 120 HoF members and guests filled the lobby of Medford High School for the event.

Guest speakers included Medford High School Headmaster Dr. John Perella and Mayor of Medford Michael McGlynn. Mayor McGlynn presented a “Key to the City” to Reggie Graham, HoF Board Director and 25th Anniversary Celebration event chairman. The Key recognized the Medford Mustang Hall of Fame on its achievements and contributions for the past 25 years.

Dave McGillivray, MHS Class of 1973 and the Race Director for the BAA Boston Marathon for the past 27 years, delivered the keynote address. McGillivray described the challenges of the 2013 Boston Marathon bombings and the preparations for the 2014 Boston Marathon. He also recognized the talent and accomplishments of the MHS athletes in the Hall of Fame, many of whom he said were his “heroes” growing up in Medford. McGillivray ran the 2014Boston Marathon in support of the “Martin W. Richard Charitable Foundation.” Richard was one of the victims killed in the 2013 Marathon bombings. [[more...]

Also during the afternoon, MHS Girls Softball team members escorted attendees to the Hall of Fame “Showcase” near the MHS gym. The Showcase displays plaques that list all of the HoF members’ names and pictures from the 2012 HoF induction ceremony, plus other MHS sports memorabilia. For many HoF members, this was their first chance to see their names in the Showcase.

THANK YOU to Pino Domenico Photo for pictures of this event.

Medford, March 29, 2012: New Showcase

The Mustang Hall of Fame is pleased to announce that we have recently completed the installation of our new showcases at MHS.

The showcases are located outside the entrance to the gymnasium and their placement ensures that the HOF will have a permanent home in a location that all future hall of famers will have access to.

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Megan Richard, President
Reggie Graham, Treasurer
Kayla Scire, Secretary
Dave Crowley
Alyssa Sluz-Beck
Janet Lemmi-McGuire
Jeanne McAdam-Wilson
John McAdam
Joseph Barletta
Mark Romano
Paul Mattatall
Rob Faggiano

The Medford Mustang Hall of Fame is an organization dedicated to honoring and recognizing those exceptional athletes, coaches and community leaders who have made outstanding contribution to the Medford High School Athletic Program. In addition to bridging all generations of Medford High School Athletes, coaches and community leaders, the Medford Mustang Hall of Fame promotes the current Medford High School Athletic Program.