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Inductees - 2006 Charter
Mustang Hall of Fame Inductees by Induction Year

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Players
Henry Hormel - Class of 1926
Outdoor/Indoor Track: Captain Indoor, 3 letters, 3 time state champion at 300 yards, record stood for 11 years, Set record of 33.3 seconds in the 300 at the New England Interscholastic Track meet at Bowdoin College. Record was broken 6 years latter.
Total Letters: 6
June Turner Hazelwood  - Class of 1944
Field Hockey: 3 letters, Forward, Captain (Junior Year)
Basketball: 3 letters, Center/Forward, Second Highest Scorer
Softball: 3 letters, Pitcher, Captain
Awards: Elected President of the Girls Athletic Association. Help raise as a student $75,000 in student bond sales in 3 months presented to the Army for the purchase of a P-51 Mustang Plane to be named �Medford Mustang�. High Honors, Kendall Society
Total Letters: 9
Vincent Zampell - Class of 1945
Football: 3 letters, Elected Co-Captain in Senior Year, but drafted in the US Navy. Came back to play 1 game in senior year in Sept., then had to leave.
Track: 3 letter (9th., Soph & Jr.) Shot-put record holder for 10 years
Total Letters: 6
Armon Furey - Class of 1945
Football: 2 letters, Defensive Back, Key interception in the Malden/Medford Thanksgiving Game at the goal line, game ended in 0-0 tie.
Track
: 3 letters indoor and outdoor, One-man track team along with Ed Dugger., State Outdoor Champion in 1945 600 yards, Captain-Outdoor Track Team, Won all dual meets in 600 yards in 1944 and 1945 and 440 yards in outdoors, member of the winning relay team, ran anchor
Total Letters: 8
John �Red� Murray - Class of 1945
Football: 3 letters, Offensive and Defensive End, 2 way starter, Honorable Mention All Scholastic
Baseball
: 3 letters, First Base/Left Field, All Scholastic as a First Baseman and Left Fielder, Greater Boston League All Star, In 1945 Batted .454, led GBL in hitting, led team in stolen bases, Co-Captain, member of the 1944 Eastern Mass Finals Team and Eastern Mass Championship Team of 1945, spent several years in Chicago Cubs system
Total Letters: 6
Richard D�Allesandro - Class of 1952
Football: 3 letters, Offensive and Defensive Tackle, Starting Tackle, named All Scholastic- in 4 newspaper publications -Boston Post, Boston Herald, Boston Globe, Record American, GBL All Star, Recruited by 60 Colleges and Scholarship Offers
Total Letters 6
Tom Ryser - Class of 1971
Basketball: Point Guard, 3 letters, Captain, Team leading scorer 23pg, GBL 2nd leading scorer, GBL All Star, 3rd Team All Scholastic (Globe & Herald), Selected as an alternate to the Mass State All Star Team, 2 tech tourney appearances, Set School record for most assist in one game (17), Team MVP.
Soccer: 2 letters
Total Letters: 5
Lauren Lennerton - Class of 1979
Track & Field: 2 letters, Javelin, Shot-put, Discus, GBL all-star Junior and Senior Year,
Set MHS record for Discus against Arlington 100 Ft., 4 � inches, Gold Medal at the New England Track Meet 1979
Field Hockey: 1 Letter, Defense
Basketball: 3 letters, Center, Team Leading Rebounder, member of the Eastern Mass Tournament Playoff Team
Total Letters: 6
Randy King - Class of 1984
Track: Senior Year Captain of Indoor and Outdoor Track Team, High School All American Indoor 400m and 300m in 1984, High School All American Outdoor 200m and 400m in 1984, 4-time Boston Globe All Scholastic in the 200 and 300 1983-1984, Boston Globe Runner of the Year 1984, New England Record Holder as of 300 yards, 300m(I), 3rd best, 400m (I) 3rd best, 400m(o), ran 2nd fastest 300 in National School History of 34.10, New England 300 yard record at Harvard, New England 200m record at Sacramento, CA. 21.01, State Champ 300 yds 1983/1984, State Champ 200m 1983/1984, State Champ Long Jump 20.10 1984, GBL Champ 200m 192-1984, GBL Champ 300 yds 1983-1984, GBL Champ Lomg Jump Indoor and Outdoor 1983-1984, 2nd fastest 400 in New England History 46.89, 1984 Eastern States Champion 300 yds., 1984 National Indoor runner-up 300 yds., 1984 Golden west 3rd time 46.89, Sacramento, CA., 1984 Golden West 6th time 21.01, Sacramento, CA., 1984 Junior National Champ 3rd 46.90, Made Junior National Penn State Team that went to Germany, Ran 2nd fastest indoor 400 of all time w/48.10 at BU Armory, was a NE Record.
Marsha Cullinane - Class of 1991
Cross Country: 4 letters, GBL All Star 1988 and 1990, Captain 1989, Co-Captain 1990, finished 29th in Catholic Memorial Invitational in a field of 125, Team MVP, set school record 19:49, lead team to undefeated season and GBL Championship,,
Gymnastics: 4 letters, Co-Captain, GBL All Star Junior and Senior Year, Team MVP, Unsung Hero Award, Placed third in the GBL
Outdoor Track: 4 letters, GBL All Star
Indoor Track: 1 letters
Awards: Ken Cooper Award, Mark Comfort Award, Friends of MHS Award
Total Letters: 13.
Shawn Bates - Class of 1993
Hockey: 4 letters, Center, 2 time GBL All Star, 2 time All Scholastic, Captain, Team Leader Scorer, Massachusetts Player of the Year, Full Scholarship to BU
Baseball: 3 letters, Pitcher/Shortstop, GBL All Star
Awards: Bud Edgerly Award
Total Letters: 7.
Lauren McKeone - Class of 1993
Outdoor Track: 4 letters, High Jump, Co-Captain,, member of the Boston Herald All Scholastic Relay Team, in 1991, member of the EMASS championship 4x400 relay team, Team placed 8th in Nationals, GBL Champion in the 800 (1991)
Indoor Track:: 4 letters, High Jump, 1000, 3 time GBL All Star in 1000, Co-Captain, member of the 1 mile Relay Team that placed first in the Penn Relays 1993 and won State, Championship , GBL 1000 Meet Champion, Member of the Boston Herald All Scholastic Relay Team 1993, 6ht place medal winner in 600 Class A Meet 1993. 5th place Class A 1992,
Cross Country: 3 letters Co-Captain, 2 time GBL All Star, Member of GBL Girls Cross Country Championship team
Awards: Ellard Award, Nominee for Red Auerbach Award, Unsung Hero Award-1990, Who�s Who in High School Sports, Ken Cooper Award
Total Letters: 11
Lauren McKeone - Class of 1993
Outdoor Track: 4 letters, High Jump, Co-Captain,, member of the Boston Herald All Scholastic Relay Team, in 1991, member of the EMASS championship 4x400 relay team, Team placed 8th in Nationals, GBL Champion in the 800 (1991)
Indoor Track:: 4 letters, High Jump, 1000, 3 time GBL All Star in 1000, Co-Captain, member of the 1 mile Relay Team that placed first in the Penn Relays 1993 and won State, Championship , GBL 1000 Meet Champion, Member of the Boston Herald All Scholastic Relay Team 1993, 6ht place medal winner in 600 Class A Meet 1993. 5th place Class A 1992,
Cross Country: 3 letters Co-Captain, 2 time GBL All Star, Member of GBL Girls Cross Country Championship team
Awards: Ellard Award, Nominee for Red Auerbach Award, Unsung Hero Award-1990, Who�s Who in High School Sports, Ken Cooper Award
Total Letters: 11
Janelle Jordan - Class of 1995
Softball: 4 letters, Co-Captain in 1994 and 1995, GBL All Star, GBL MVP, All Scholastic, Selected to Massachusetts All Star Team
Basketball: 4 letters, Coaches Award, 2 time GBL All Star
Soccer: 4 letters, Tri-Captain, 2 time 2nd team GBL All Star, Rookie of the Year Award in 1991
Awards: Ellard Award , John J. Feeley Award, Cooper Award, Went to Tufts U.
Total Letters: 12
Kristen McCormick - Class of 1996
Basketball:  4 letters, Captain, Guard, 4 year starter, 4 time GBL All Star, Greater Boston League MVP, Eastern Mass All Star, Captain, All Scholastic Boston Herald and Boston Globe, Medford High School�s All Time Career Scoring leader with 1557 points (Girls and Boys). Earned 4 year basketball scholarship to University of Maine, Division 1, Selected to play in the Blue East All Star Team, Ellard Award Winner
Total Letters: 4
Community Service
Al Frezza - Class of 1945
Longtime Sports Reporter and Editor for the Medford Mercury who extensively covered all Medford High Varsity Sports
Walter Bezuka - Class of 1934
Teacher at Medford High School who supported MHS Athletics for 38 years.
Basketball Timekeeper 1950-2002, Freshman Basketball Coach, Football Ticket Seller and Taker at the Gate 1950-Present, Hockey Ticket Seller-Present, Cross Country Track Official 1960-2005