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Inductees - 2004 Charter
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Players
Robert Price - Class of 1949
Football: 2 letters, Co-Captain, Greater Boston Suburban All Star, Boston Globe/Herald/Post Honorable Mention All Scholastic, 2 year Starter at Right End,
Basketball: 2 letters, Soph. and Junior,
Hockey: 1 letter Starting Defense, latter played at Dartmouth
Letters 5
Joseph �Joe� Riley  - Class of 1942
Hockey: Forward, 2 letters, All Scholastic, GBI All Star Jr. & Sr. Scholarship to Dartmouth
Soccer: 3 letters, Team MVP, Captain
Total 5 letters
Patrick Pagluica - Class of 1944
Basketball: 3 letters, 2 year starter, Forward, Captain, All Scholastic, GBI League All Star and Member of Tech Tourney Semi Finals Team, scored 230 points, led team in scoring
Football: 2 letters, Tackle
Baseball: 1 letters, Catcher, Member of EMASS Finals Team
Total letters 6
Harold James Harris - Class of 1962
Track: 100 Yard Dash, 220, Broad Jump, Low Hurdles, Mile, 2 letters, led team in scoring 69 ¾ points. Greater Boston Interscholastic Meeting (2) 1st places finishes (Longjump 11 ½, 220 24.3) 1st place finish relays.
Basketball: Center, 2 letters, Co-Capt., leading scorer as a senior 220 pts., 2nd leading scorer junior year.
Total 4 letters
John �Jack� Santoro - Class of 1972
Football: Guard/Monster Back, 2 letters, 2 year starter, played both ways, Tri-Capt. GBL All Star, 2nd Team All Scholastic, Harry Agganis All Star, Coaches Award Top Offensive Lineman Jr. & Sr. Year, Scholarship to UMASS, Led Team to 8-1 record 2nd in the state.
Lacrosse: Defenseman, 1 letter (Sr.)
Indoor Track: Indoor 400M, Jr. 1 letter
Outdoor Track: 1 letter, Shot-put
Redskin Award Total 5 letters
Edward �Eddie� Hanlon - Class of 1972
Hockey: Center, 3 letters, Co-Capt. GBL All Star, GBL MVP, led team to 2 tournament appearances. Team Leading Scorer Sophomore and Senior Year
Soccer: Goalie, 1 letters, Suburban All Star, Middlesex News All Star.
Total 4 letters.
Charles �Chuck� Martin - Class of 1984
Cross Country: 4-year letterman, 3 year captain, Boston Globe All Scholastic 1983, 4 time GBL All Star, 2nd Place in Class A State Meet, 5th Place in All State Meet, Northern Area Champion, 5th Place in the Manhattan Invitational in New York City, Set 3 Course Records
Indoor Track: 4-Year letterman, 3 time GBL All Star, 3-year Captain, National 3000 Meter Champion, Princeton, NJ, MHS Record holder in the mile 4:22.2, MHS Record Holder in the 2 mile 9:25.0, Undefeated Senior Year
Outdoor Track: 4-year letterman, 3 year captain, 3 time GBL All Star, , Class A Mile Champion Junior Year, 5th place All State Meet, 2nd Place State Coaches Meet, Northern Area Champion, MHS Record Holder in the mile 4:18.6, MHS Record Holder in the 2 mile 9:24.6, MHS Record Holder in the 1600 meter 4:17.2
Total 12 letters
Michael Shea - Class of 1991
Baseball: Pitcher/Outfield, 4 letters, Captain, Boston Globe All Scholastic, GBL All Star Junior and Senior Years, GBL MVP,
Hockey: Forward, Captain, 4 letters, Captain, Boston Globe All Scholastic, GBL Junior and Senior Years, GBL MVP, Member of the GBL Championship and Super 8 Tournament Team
Golf: 4 letters, GBL All Star
Phelan Award
Letters 12
Sara Swett - Class of 1998
Softball: 4 Letters, 4 year starter, Boston Globe and Boston Herald All Scholastic, 4 Time GBL All Star, Selected to play in the Shriners All Star Game, Selected to play for the Mass All Stars versus Conn.All stars, Co-Captain (Junior and Senior Years), Shortstop, Batting Average .569 (Freshman), .674(Sophomore 2nd in the GBL), Lifetime Average over .500
Soccer: 4 letters, GBL All Star Sophomore and Senior Year. EMASS All Star Junior Year, Hat trick against Cambridge, Center Halfback, Tri-Captain, Top Scorer as a freshman 11-3=14 PTS
Basketball: 4 Letters, Guard, 4 year starter. Tri-Captain
Awards: Mustang Club Scholarship Award, Helen Ellard Award
Total Letters: 12
Maura Fleming - Class of 1992
Soccer: 4 Letters, Captain, GBL All Star Junior and Senior Years, Team MVP, Member of the only in MHS History Girls Varsity Soccer GBL Championship Team that went undefeated during the Year and Tournament Team, Rookie of the Year Award
Basketball: 4 letters, 4 year starting Point Guard, Captain, led team to GBL Championship 91-92 and into Division 1 North Finals with a record of 22-2, 2nd Team Boston Globe All Scholastic, 3 Time GBL All Star, News Mercury All Star, Team MVP Junior and Senior Years. Pope John�s Christmas Tourney MVP Junior and Senior Years.
Tennis: 4 letters, Captain for 3 years Soph, JR. and Senior years, Team MVP for 3 Years, 4 Time GBL All Star, Unsung Hero Award
Awards: Helen Ellard Award, Ken Cooper Scholarship
Total 12 letters
Edward Carnes - Class of 1991
Football: 3 letters, 3 year starter, 2 way Starter, Tailback/DB, Had 4 100 Yards Games (Somerville-116, Cambridge-149, Everett-158, Revere-162), Tri- Captain, Team MVP, GBL All Star, Boston Globe Player of the Week, News Mercury All Scholastic, Team Leading Rusher, 14th in Eastern Mass Scoring, Mercury Player of the Week
Basketball: 3 letters, Guard
Baseball: 3 letters, 3 year starter, Centerfield, Tri-Captain, member of 3 consecutive Tourney teams
Awards: Edgerly Award, Angel Torres Award, Zarella Award, Romano Award
Total Letters 9
Coaches
Ralph �Skip� Marotta
Soccer: Coached 8 years, 84 wins-36 losses-26 ties, 4 GBL Championships, 7 State Tournaments, 53 game unbeaten streak
Harry Marchetti
Girls Softball , Head Coach, 1990-1999, 130 Wins, 55 Loses, 10 years coaching, State Tournament 8 straight years, 3 GBL Championships, 5 second place finishes in the GBL, Coach 2 All Scholastics, 3 Mass State All Stars, 44 GBL All Stars, 4 GBL MVP�s, 4 times GBL Coach of the Year, Boston Globe Division 1 Coach of the Year 1995, Team 1995 finished regular season ranked number 1 in EMASS
Cheryl Pasinato
Cheerleading: Coach, Varsity Cheerleading - 1989-2001 - Developed cheerleading into a sport based activity that cheered for the Football & Basketball Teams. Entered her teams into cheerleading competitions in the late 1990's and her teams always placed in the top four throughout the state. The longer she coached, the more competitive her teams became and they would qualify for National competitions. In addition, some of her ultra-talented cheerleaders were invited to represent Medford at the Aloha Bowl in Hawaii, the Macy's Thanksgiving Day Parade in New York, & the Lord Mayor's St. Patrick's Day Parade in Dublin, Ireland. Through it all, Cheryl instilled in her cheerleaders the importance of giving back to the community, making community service mandatory for all cheerleaders.

Won Medford's first National Cheerleading Title at COA in Jacksonville, FL in 1998, and later added a second National Title at COA in Orlando, FL in 2000.

In the winter season of 1998, went undefeated, taking the GBL, North Regional, Winter State & COA National Titles.

Placed 5th at the CANAM Nationals in 1995

Placed 5th at the COA Nationals in 1997

Won the Novice State Title in 1991. (FYI- This title no longer exists in the state.)

Placed 2nd in the State Cheerleading Championship - 2000
Community Service
Francis �Bud� Kelley
Athletic Director at MHS 1994-2001, Assistant Baseball Coach 1969-1979, Assistant Basketball Coach (Freshman & Sophomores) 1969-1975, Head Basketball Coach (2 teams qualified for North MIAA State Tournament) 1976-1983, Assistant Football Coach 1969-1982, Head Football Coach 1983-1993, 1991 News Mercury Coach of the Year, 1985 GBL Football Co-Champs, Head Football Coach 1985 Victorious Harry Against North All Star Game, 1993 winner of the Mark T. Crehan Award-selected by the Association of New England Football Officials as �Coach of the Year�, member of the Mustang Club of Medford, Executive Board Member of the Mustang Hall of Fame, Active in the relocation of the New Hall of Fame Showcase new location., spear headed new banners in the Cooper Gym. Strong advocate of Title 9, Implemented Girls Volleyball and Lacrosse
Steve Miller
Longtime Equipment Manager for the MHS Football Team. Also served as unofficial Assistant Athletic Director who did scheduling, school liaison, and motivator. 1970-1995, awarded the Golden Mustang Award in1992, its 1st recipient.. In 1995 received special Hall of Fame Award.