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Inductees - 2000 Charter
Mustang Hall of Fame Inductees by Induction Year

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Players
Joseph DeBiase - Class of 1945
Baseball: 2 letters, Pitcher/Outfield, Boston Herald All Scholastic, GBL All Star, Undefeated Pitcher Senior Year 9-0, Batted 382, Tournament Batting Ave. 308, Member of the 1945 EMASS and GBL Champions.
Hockey: 2 letters, Right Wing, GBL All Star
Soccer: 2 letters, Inside Right, 22 goals in one season.
Total of 6 letters.
Eleanor Harrington  - Class of 1936
Basketball: 3 letters, Co-Captain, Jr. and Sr. year
Baseball: 2 letters
Soccer: 3 letters
Tennis: 1 letter
Field Hockey: 2 letters
Captain. Voted �Best Female Athlete�
Total of 11 letters.
Richard �Dick� Lawrence - Class of 1948
Football: Halfback/DB, 3 letters, Honorable All Scholastic, EMASS Champs.
Track: Indoor/Outdoor, 3 letters each, Co-Captain, 2nd place finish in the New England Mile Relays Championship.
Total of 9 letters
Helen Bratsolias - Class of 1951
Volleyball: 3 letters
Basketball: 3 letters
Bowling: 1 letter (Soph.)
Badminton: 3 letters
Tennis: 1 letter (Jr.)
Field Hockey: 1 letter (Soph.)
Softball: 3 letters
Total of 15 letters.
Edward �Eddie� Riley - Class of 1933
Baseball: 3 letters, Shortstop, Batted .380, GBL All Star, Selected as a Hearst All Star that played at Fenway Park
Hockey: Center, 3 letters, Honorable mention All Scholastic, GBL Champs
Total of 6 letters
John �Jack� Riley - Class of 1938
Hockey: Forward, 3 letters, All Scholastic, Leading Scorer
Soccer: 2 letters
Total 5 letters
John �Jack� Feeley - Class of 1942
Baseball: Pitcher, 3 letters, Honorable Mention All Scholastic.
Football: Guard, 2 letters,
Hockey: Defenseman, 2 letters, Member of the GBL Championship Team
Total of 7 letters
Cheryl O�Connor - Class of 1980
Basketball: Forward, 4 letters, 3 year starter, Co-Captain, All Scholastic, GBL All Star, GBL Scoring Leader 19.8 PPG, Team Leader in Rebounds, 1st Varsity Basketball Player in MHS History to score 1000 points.
Softball: 4 letters, 4-year starter, 440 Batting Average, 2 time GBL All Star
Ellard Award
Total 8 letters
Lauren Boudreau - Class of 1979
Swimming: 4 letters, Captain,
Basketball: 2 letters,
Tennis: 4 letters, Ellard Award
Total of 10 letters
Reggie Graham - Class of 1970
Basketball: 3 letters, Center, 2nd leading scorer, Leading Rebounder, set school record for most rebounds in a game (24), All Scholastic, GBL All Star, GBL Co-MVP, selected as alternate to Mass State All Star Team
Jerome � Jerry� Brennan - Class of 1945
Hockey: 3 letters, Left Wing, Co-Captain, 2 time All Scholastic, member of 2 State Championship teams
Soccer: Goalie, 2 letters, in era when MHS played prep schools and college JV teams
Total of 5 letters.
Albert Thomann - Class of 1945
Baseball: 2nd Base, 3 letters, .340 batting average, 1945 EMASS Champions and Tournament batting Ave. of .583
Basketball: Guard, 3 letters
Total 6 letters
Gino Pagluica - Class of 1948
Football: 3 letters, Fullback Co-Captain, Suburban League All Star, Honorable Mention All Scholastic, selected to play for the Mass. Greater Boston All Stars vs. New Hampshire, 1947 EMASS Champions
Basketball: 2 letters (Soph. & Jr.)
Total 5 letters
Kenneth Kinchla - Class of 1948
Football: 3 letters, Right Tackle, All Scholastic (Record American, Boston Herald and American Board of Coaches), 1947 EMASS Champions, Suburban League All Star, selected to play for the Mass. Greater Boston All Stars vs. New Hampshire
Lou Edgerly - Class of 1954
Football: 3 letters, Halfback, Co-Captain, Team MVP, Scored 4 Td�s against Somerville and 19 yds per carry, 23 tackles against Everett.
Baseball: 3 letters, 3rd base, Co-Captain
Hockey: 2 letters, Defense, Co-Captain
Total of 8 letters
Louise Grillo - Class of 1951
Basketball: 3 letters
Bowling: 3 letters
Volleyball: 3 letters
Softball: 2 letters
Tennis: 1 letter
Badminton: 2 letters.
Total of 15 letters
Calvin Carpenter - Class of 1967
Track: Indoor/Outdoor, 6 letters, Co-Captain, Sprints and Outdoor/Indoor High Jumper, Undefeated Senior Year in Outdoor and Indoor, 1966 broke MHS record of 6.0 previously held by John Johnson, Cleared 6.3 at Boston Garden Indoor State Championships to become Class A Indoor High Jump Champion, Won the Class A High Jump Championship, Held MHS Record at 6.3 for 30 years, competed in the Eastern States Track and Field Meet at Madison Square Gardens and came in 5th, one of two Massachusetts athletes to medal. Called by Hall of Fame Coach J. Walter Langley "Greatest High Jumper in Medford High History." Pothier Award
John �Pancho� Webb - Class of 1969
Baseball: 3 letters, 3rd Base/SS, Excellent Defense, Honorable Mention All Scholastic
Hockey: 3 letters, Wing, 2nd Team GBL All-Star
Football: 3 letters, Split End, Kicker.
Total of 9 letters
Daniel DeNufrio - Class of 1972
Football: 2 letters, Defensive Tackle, GBL All Star, News Tribune All Scholastic, Thanksgiving Day Game Ball for blocking 1 punt, 3 quarterback sacks.
Basketball: Center, 2 letters, Co-Captain, junior year leading rebounder and 3rd leading scorer.
Baseball: Catcher/Outfield, 3 letters, 3 year batting average .401
Track: 1 letter, Shotput
Edgerly Award
Total of 8 letters.
Anthony Pasquale - Class of 1979
Football: Offensive Tackle/Linebacker, 3 letters, Tri-Captain, All Scholastic, GBL All Star, Shriners All Star, member of the 1978 SuperBowl Champions
Wrestling: Unlimited, 3 letters, Tri-Captain
Total of 6 letters
RoseMarie �RoRo� DeLeo - Class of 1988
Swimming: 3 letters, 50 Free, 100 Free, 200 Free, 500 Free, 100 Breast, 100 Butterfly, 200 Ind. Medley, 200 Free Relay, 400 Free Relay, 200 Medley Relay, GBL All Star, Most Valuable Female Swimmer 1986 & 1987, MHS record holder in 10 events, GBL record holder in 8 events, Highest placing female in the 1986 and 1987 Sectional Championships.
Charles Pagliarulo, Jr. - Class of 1980
Soccer: 3 letters, Co-Captain, GBL All Star, GBL Champs,
Baseball: Shortstop/2nd Base, 3 letters, GBL All Star.
Total of 6 letters
Joseph Klein - Class of 1983
Lacrosse: 3 letters, Midfielder, Tri-Captain, Record Holder for most points by midfielder (32 goals-16 assists) Boston Globe All Scholastic (1st in MHS History), 2 time Division South League All Star, Co-MVP in the North South All Star Game.
Football: 4 letters, DB/Tailback/Special Teams, 2 year starter, Tri-Captain, GBL All Star, Team MVP, led team with 4 interceptions, 2nd in Rushing yds, Tom McAn Award, David Carroll Award, Romano Award, B�Nai Birth Best All Around Athlete Award, MHS Leader, Determination and Cooperation Award.
Total of 7 letters
Sean Connor - Class of 1987
Football: 3 letters, Linebacker/Fullback, Tri-Captain, GBL All Star, News Mercury All Scholastic, Team MVP,
Baseball: 3 letters, 1st Base, Co-Captain, 2 time GBL All Star
Walton Buick Award, David Carroll Award, Ken Cooper Award, Ray Romano Award, Joe Centrella Award
Total of 6 letters
Joseph Sacco - Class of 1987
Hockey: 4 letters, Left Wing, Assistant Captain, 4 Time GBL All Star, 2 Time All Scholastic, 3 Time GBL Scoring Leader, All Time GBL single season scoring record.
Baseball: 3 letters, Pitcher/Outfield, Co-Captain
Phelan Award
Total 7 letters
David Sacco - Class of 1988
Hockey: 4 letters, Defenseman, Captain, Boston Globe Player of the Year, 2 time All Scholastic, 2 time GBL All Star, GBL MVP, State record for single season goals by a defenseman (42)
Baseball: 3 letters, Outfield, Captain
Golf: 2 letters
Phelan Award, Total of 9 letters
Brian Skerry - Class of 1994
Basketball: 4 letters, 4 year starter, Guard, Captain (Sr.), Co-Captain (Jr.), All Scholastic (Globe, Herald & News Mercury), 2 time GBL All Star, 2 time MVP Time Warner Cable Tip Off Classic, 2 time MVP Stoneham Holiday Tournament, Hoffman Top 80 Senior All Star Team, Nominated to McDonald All American Team, Mustang Basketball Scholar Athlete Award, Mustang Basketball Defensive Player of the Year, Mustang Basketball Most Desire Award, Led Team to Division 1 Sectional Finals (lost to Everett), Senior Year 22.5 PPG, 10 Assists, 3 Steals
Peter DeStefano - Class of 1982
Basketball: Guard/Forward, 3 letters, Co-Captain
Track: 4 letters, Co-Captain, 3 time GBL All Star, J. Harry Smith Award, Total 7 letters
Edna Fitpatrick - Class of 1934
Basketball: 3 letters, Captain, Soccer: 2 letters (Soph. & Sr.)
Swimming: 1 letters (Sr.), Tennis: 2 letters, Voted �Best Female Athlete�
Total of 8 letters
Robert Chipman - Class of 1933
Hockey: 3 letters, Center, Captain, 2 time All Scholastic, selected to play in the Greater Boston Interscholastic All Star Game against Montreal and scored the tying goal 3-3
Anthony Cannava - Class of 1943
Football: 3 letters, Halfback/DB, All Scholastic Record American, Post and Co-Captain of the Boston Globe, Led team to the 1942 undefeated EMASS Championship. Scored 72 Points
Basketball: Guard, 3 letters
Total of 6 letters
Coaches
James �Jim� McKinnon
Football: Career Winning Percent .800, Won 1967 GBL Title, 1967 EMASS Champions
Edwin Pidgeon
Football: 1942 EMASS Champions
Track: Indoor/Outdoor, Cross-Country
During World War II Mr. Pidgeon corresponded with athletes who went into the service.
Community Service
Ronald Zampell
Class of 1966. Physical Ed. Teacher at MHS, Announcer for MHS Football, Girls and Boys Basketball, M-Club Member since 1964, Donates Captain Plaques at M-Club Banquets, Designed and donated sign over the Angel Torres Fitness Center at MHS, Installed signs over locker room doors, Force behind getting donations for a stereo system in the Angel Torres Fitness Center, Donated trophy case by Athletic Office, Mustang Club Member, Assistant Football Coach for 7 years. Later became Athletic Director at MHS
Rotary Club
The Rotary Club has been serving the Community of Medford for over seventy years. Members have served on many different committees at MHS in athletics and academics, awarded over $10,000 in scholarships for athletes and academia, sponsor the Helen Ellard Award for the Top Female Athlete, original sponsor of the MHS Athletic Banners, sponsor annual luncheons with coaches and captains of various sports teams in the fall and spring season, supporter of cheerleader competition, sponsor joint meetings with Malden before Big Game (Thanksgiving Day), Thanksgiving Day Luncheon for the Football Team and Coaches.