Hall of Famers
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  1. McCarthy, Mike

    Biography In the fall of 1985 North Attleboro's coaching staff decided upon a major change and implemented the now highly-popular Wing-T offense. Despite the complexities of learning the new system in a short amount of time, and led in large part by senior Captain Mike McCarthy, the Rocketeers surprised many fans and foes as they battled on the final week of the seaso...
    Inducted2002High School AttendedN. AttleboroGraduated1986 file
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  2. McCarthy, Paul

    Biography Paul McCarthy excelled on both sides of the ball for the Red Rocketeers. As a free safety and then quarterback, Paul was one of the most impressive and accomplished players to go through the storied Big Red program. His intensity and drive helped to guide the Rocketeers to a 10-1 record in his senior campaign. As a junior, Paul played primarily on the defens...
    Inducted2017High School AttendedN. AttleboroGraduated2011 file
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  3. McCarthy, Tyler

    Biography As a young sophomore on the 2006 edition of the Blue Bombardier football squad, Tyler McCarthy made his impact on all the special teams as a reliable tackler, cover-man, and returner. As a junior, Tyler shared carries in a lethal Attleboro backfield tandem alongside fellow hall of famer then sophomore Matty Campbell. Tyler was the 2nd leading rusher with 492...
    Inducted2017High School AttendedAttleboroGraduated2009 file
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  4. McCormack, John

    Biography Under construction...hope to have information soon.
    InductedHigh School AttendedAttleboroGraduated1928
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  5. McCoy, John

    Biography John McCoy flat out did it all as a Shamrock. As a 2-year starter at quarterback during the peak of Bishop Feehan’s run as one of the premier football programs in Massachusetts, McCoy was one of the most decorated football players in school history. A dual-threat quarterback in every sense of the word, McCoy led the Shamrock offensive juggernaut to 2 consecu...
    Inducted2016High School AttendedBishopGraduated2004 file
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  6. McCretton, Tim

    Biography Every successful football team has to have a good defense. The key to a good defense is good linebackers. Tim McCretton filled the bill for the Red Rocketeers during the 1978 and 1979 seasons. The 5'7" 175 pound McCretton wasn't an imposing figure but he certainly made his presence known to opposing ball carriers. In 1978 Tim became a starting linebacker for...
    Inducted1995High School AttendedN. AttleboroGraduated1980 file
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  7. McDeed, Hank

    Biography Under construction...hope to have information soon.
    InductedHigh School AttendedBishopGraduated1976
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  8. McDonald, Bruce

    Biography Under construction...hope to have information soon.
    InductedHigh School AttendedBishopGraduated1967
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  9. McGowan, Justin

    Biography Justin McGowan wasn’t the fastest or the strongest, nor did he have the best arm or the most talent of Bishop Feehan quarterbacks through the years. But few Shamrock field generals were smarter, more mentally tough, or more reliable. He was, in short, the consummate teammate and an exceptional winner. McGowan played in the North Attleboro Pop Warner program,...
    Inducted2017High School AttendedBishopGraduated1999 file
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  10. McGowan, Patrick

    Biography Patrick McGowan humbly and efficiently quarterbacked North High to a remarkable 30-2 record, including consecutive undefeated Hockomock League and Super Bowl championships as a sophomore and junior. He did so with a combination of athletic skill and mental toughness, masked by a calm demeanor that belied his tenacity. Patrick’s career 57% completion percenta...
    Inducted2007High School AttendedN. AttleboroGraduated2001 file
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  11. McKenna, Jake (Attleboro)

    Biography Jake McKenna, who played under Jim Cassidy at Attleboro High in the early '60s, has devoted a good portion of his adult fife to youth work. After serving for many years with the Pop Warner Program in Attleboro, Jake turned his hand to high school coaching in the early '70s. For a decade, he coached alternately at Feehan and Attleboro, exhorting his troops wi...
    Inducted1992High School AttendedHonoraryGraduated file
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  12. McKenna, Joe (Attleboro)

    Biography For over thirty years, Joe McKenna was dedicated to the success of Attleboro football as a player, assistant coach, and head coach. Following his playing days at Attleboro High School and the University of Maine, Joe returned home to his first coaching assignment at the Brennan Middle School. In 1964 Joe joined the Bombardier varsity staff as line coach unde...
    Inducted1997High School AttendedHonoraryGraduated file
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  13. McNally, Steve

    Biography Steve McNally broke into a veteran Shamrock line-up as a junior center and defensive end. He labored quietly alongside fellow Hall of Famers Michael Achin and Peter Grundy on a team that featured a punishing ground game. Despite the prominence of his teammates it was McNally's key 4th down sack in the waning moments of the 1974 Thanksgiving game against Bish...
    Inducted1993High School AttendedBishopGraduated1976
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  14. McNamee, Joe

    Biography Joe was a two-way starter for North during the super bowl seasons of 1973 and 1974. He was a powerful blocking tight end in North's devastating wishbone offense, and a hard-nosed tackle on defense. Although North seldom put the ball in the air, Joe caught several key passes, the most memorable being his catch during the 1973 Turkey Day game when after his re...
    Inducted1990High School AttendedN. AttleboroGraduated1975 file
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  15. McNamee, Nick

    Biography For an Attleboro football program coming off a Super Bowl season and having just graduated their starting quarterback, Nick McNamee was the perfect fit to take the helm. Nick always performed at a high level whether on offense as a quarterback, in the defensive backfield, or as a kicker on special teams. Nick is most remembered for his outstanding accomplish...
    Inducted2007High School AttendedAttleboroGraduated1999 file
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  16. Menard, Dave

    Biography For three years, Bombardier Dave Menard proved to be one of the most dominate football players to ever wear the Blue and White. A powerful 6'2", 210 lb. fullback and linebacker, Menard combined speed, power, grace and toughness to dominate opponents both offensively and defensively. As a junior fullback, Dave rushed for 806 yards and nine TD's, caught three ...
    Inducted1999High School AttendedAttleboroGraduated1994 file
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  17. Mendes, Steve

    Biography An outstanding three sport star at AHS, Steve Mendes was best described as the ''classic" fullback on the I 965 and 1966 Bombardier football teams. The powerful, 195lb. "workhorse" was a steady, dependable ground gainer who could beat opponents with strength or speed. The versatile hard running, Mendes was also a steady receiver, returned kicks, and was outs...
    Inducted1993High School AttendedAttleboroGraduated1967 file
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  18. Mercier, Mark (Attleboro)

    Biography Although he was an excellent three sport athlete for the Blue Bombardiers in the late 1930's, it is Mark Mercier's outstanding contributions to the City of Attleboro and his long term support of the Attleboro area Football Hall of Fame that merits his selection as a 1993 Honorary Inductee. The former City Council President has provided the committee with ove...
    Inducted1993High School AttendedHonoraryGraduated file
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  19. Mercier, Pete

    Biography Although frequently overshadowed by his flashy backfield mates, Pete Mercier was the steady, self-disciplined player that led the Attleboro eleven through its brilliant 1941 undefeated and untied season. An outstanding all-around athlete, the versatile and speedy Mercier could do it aU from his right-halfback position. In a win over Coyle, Pete scored on a 6...
    Inducted1996High School AttendedAttleboroGraduated1942 file
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  20. Merlin, Dean

    Biography Power-Strength-Size-The prototype Stud Lineman who can single handedly control a game best describes Dean "The Dream" Merlin. The 6'4" 240 pound tackle teamed with 6'4" 235 pound Mike Achin in creating one of the most formidable tandems ever to play for Bishop Feehan. As Coach Paul O'Boy stated, "By virtue of their size and athletic ability, they're two of t...
    InductedHigh School AttendedBishopGraduated1975
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