Honorary Members
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  1. Almeida, Frank (Bishop Feehan)

    Biography Frank Almeida’s entire life has been synonymous with the sport of football. Graduating from Taunton HS in 1950, where he was a Bristol County League All Star and High School All American. Frank won a scholarship to Boston University and played alongside the legendary Harry Agganis. This was an era when BU played such national powerhouses as Maryland, Sy...
    Inducted2010High School AttendedHonoraryGraduated1950 file
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  2. Birch, James (Bishop Feehan)

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    InductedHigh School AttendedHonoraryGraduated
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  3. Bosh, George

    Biography For close to the last 30 years, few individuals associated with Attleboro High School Athletics have worn more hats than George Bosh. The pride of the Blue and White was forged during his playing days under the direction of legendary head coach Jim Cassidy as a starting offensive guard and defensive end for the 1963 AHS football team. Shortly after his g...
    Inducted2015High School AttendedHonoraryGraduated1964 file
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  4. Byrnes, Jack (Bishop Feehan)

    Biography Every school needs a Jack Byrnes. As a young 15 year old sophomore on Bishop Feehan’s first football team, like many of his teammates Jack Byrnes had visions of football stardom. Although a serious asthmatic condition made it difficult to play, dislocating his knee cap in the summer before his junior year rendered it impossible. Jack faced a question th...
    Inducted2006High School AttendedHonoraryGraduated file
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  5. Calcia, Tony (North Attleboro)

    Biography Although his playing career involved only one fumble recovery in an otherwise unremarkable season as a junior varsity defensive lineman, Tony Calcia has had a huge impact on North Attleboro High School football. He has established himself as one of North Attleboro's most loyal supporters and the architect of some of its most enduring recent traditions. ...
    Inducted2001High School AttendedHonoraryGraduated file
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  6. Candelet, Milt (North Attleboro)

    Biography Milt Candelet was the father of five Red Rocketeer football players (Ronald-'62, Gary -'62, Robert -'63, George -'81 and Lindley -'81) and grandfather of Kevin Candelet (AHS Class of '85). He made a number of contributions to North Attleboro athletics, but his greatest legacy is the Monday Night Gridiron Club that he helped to establish in response to h...
    Inducted2003High School AttendedHonoraryGraduated file
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  7. Chase, Art (Broadcaster)

    Biography Born in Attleboro, Art Chase grew up in South Florida, but often vacationed in Massachusetts to visit family. Art has always been was fascinated with the Attleboro area and the closeness of the community. After finishing high school in Florida, Art headed north to attend Springfield College where he received a degree in Health & Physical Education. ...
    Inducted2007High School AttendedHonoraryGraduated file
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  8. Coren, Simon (Attleboro)

    Biography For 29 years, Dr. Coren has dedicated himself to the care of Attleboro High School athletes, treating the youngsters as he would his own. Dr. Coren settled in Attleboro in 1946 with his wife. Alice, an Attleboro High graduate, and began a distinguished medical practice that has enriched the lives of people in the community, including its young athletes...
    Inducted1991High School AttendedHonoraryGraduated file
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  9. Crowe, Tom (Attleboro)

    Biography The embodiment of the name, "Coach", Tom Crowe was actively involved in high school and college football for over thirty years. A graduate of Case High School in Swansea where he played for Jim Cassidy, Tom went on to star in football and track at Boston University. A technician in the true sense of the word, Tom influenced the lives of thousands of athl...
    Inducted1994High School AttendedHonoraryGraduated file
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  10. Cryan, Walter (Radio Announcer)

    Biography As Wally Cryan, this young sportscaster painted vivid word pictures tor Attleboro Area radio audiences in the Fifties and Sixtres. Wally knew the Attleboro area sports scene intimately, and his knowledge informed his work as football and basketball play-by-play announcer for WARA. Players and fans alike retained fond memories of his crisp and accurate ...
    Inducted1991High School AttendedHonoraryGraduated file
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  11. Devlin, John (North Attleboro)

    Biography Under construction...hope to have information soon.
    InductedHigh School AttendedHonoraryGraduated
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  12. DeYoung, Dan (North Attleboro)

    Biography In 1973 Dr. Daniel DeYoung began voluntarily assisting fellow Hall of Fame Honorary Member Dr. Maurice D. Grant as North Attleboro team physician. Not so coincidentally, this marked North's first Super Bowl appearance and began an era of unparalleled success that North still enjoys. For the past 24 years, he has monitored the health and well-being of l...
    Inducted1996High School AttendedHonoraryGraduated file
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  13. Downarowicz, Walter (Bishop Feehan)

    Biography Under construction...hope to have information soon.
    InductedHigh School AttendedHonoraryGraduated
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  14. Doyle, Bernard "Barney" (Bishop Feehan) (Deceased 12/3/91)

    Biography Bernard Doyle, a man of business, a leader in civic affairs, a devoted friend of Bishop Feehan High School, a beloved family man, a philanthropist, a benefactor and a man with a great passion for the game of football. Throughout his adult life, "Barney", as he is affectionately know to his friends, was a benefactor to youth. Although he was a resident ...
    Inducted1996High School AttendedHonoraryGraduated file
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  15. Farinella, Mark (The Sun Chronicle)

    Biography It’s fair to say that Mark Farinella created the Sports section of The Sun Chronicle. Shortly after graduating from Mansfield High School in 1971 and Northwestern University in 1975, Mark returned to his roots by landing a reporter’s job at what he likes to call “the blue-ribbon daily” in Attleboro. Mark soon persuaded his bosses that one sportswriter...
    Inducted2009High School AttendedHonoraryGraduated1971 file
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  16. Gagnon, Ed (Bishop Feehan)

    Biography From a public perception, Ed Gagnon would be known as a highly successful basketball coach whose teams won 7 league championships and made 14 tournament appearances. An internal audit of the Bishop Feehan sports archives, however, would also show that Ed Gagnon was a valuable assistant football coach who coached running backs for 17 years (1974-1990) u...
    Inducted2003High School AttendedHonoraryGraduated file
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  17. Gay, George "Bucky" (Hall of Fame Cofounder)

    Biography Bucky Gay, veteran official at the L.G . Balfour Company, has been in the middle of things since the Football Hall of Fame was founded 17 years ago. One of the founding fathers. Bucky served as chairman for the first five (5) years and was instrumental in lending the program its style. Bucky first became active on the Attleboro football scene as an off...
    Inducted1987High School AttendedHonoraryGraduated file
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  18. Gay, Hilda (North Attleboro)

    Biography For the last 47 years the trophy affectionately known as "Hilda" has been residing in the trophy cases of North Attleboro and Attleboro High Schools. The winner of the Turkey Day Classic earns the right to display this renown piece of hardware until the two teams meet again the following year. There have been times when she has been able to settle in an...
    Inducted1997High School AttendedHonoraryGraduated file
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  19. Gay, Peter (Radio Announcer)

    Biography For almost twenty years, Peter Gay has been the voice, the eyes and in many ways the spirit of high school football in the Attleboro area. As a professional and polished play-by-play broadcaster, with great local knowledge, Peter has used the medium of cable television and the airwaves of radio to bring the excitement of high school football to thousand...
    Inducted2002High School AttendedHonoraryGraduated file
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  20. Gilmore, Jay (Attleboro)

    Biography Coach Jay Gilmore earns his induction into the Attleboro Area Football Hall of Fame for his dedication, preparation and knowledge of the game of football. Jay’s presence on the field during practice or a game meant his teams were ready for action. Working under legendary AHS coaches Chet Hanewich and Cliff Sherman for a combined 15 years, Coach Gilmo...
    Inducted2005High School AttendedHonoraryGraduated file
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