Hall of Famers
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  1. Silvestri, Randy

    Biography As a quick and talented fullback in the famed North Attleboro Wing-T offense, Randy Silvestri set the standard for all who followed. His speed and deception while running the trap play provided for one of the greatest performances by a sophomore on Thanksgiving Day. In that 1987 game, Silvestri rushed for over 100 yards on just 14 carries and scored 3 touchd...
    Inducted1998High School AttendedN. AttleboroGraduated1990 file
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  2. Silvia, Paul

    Biography Paul Silvia was an outstanding two-way performer for the Blue Bombardiers in the late Sixties, playing halfback on both offense and defense and returning kickoffs with tremendous skill. As a junior, Paul shone against New Bedford Voke, emerging as the leading ground-gainer and scoring an AHS touchdown in the final moments. He scored two touchdowns against Vo...
    Inducted1991High School AttendedAttleboroGraduated1970 file
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  3. Simarrian, Wayne (Attleboro)

    Biography When Kevin Deschenes was named Attleboro High School head football coach succeeding Hall of Fame coach Cliff Sherman in 2002, he quickly had to fill out his assistant coaching staff for his inaugural season. One of his last hires was a gentleman with a long and distinguished resume coaching football all over Eastern Massachusetts for over four decades. Wayne...
    Inducted2018High School AttendedHonoraryGraduated file
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  4. Simms, John

    Biography During the football seasons of 1978 and 1979 John Simms was a total performer for North Attleboro High School. He was one of the team's most effective ball carriers, pass receivers and kick returners. In 1979 as a defensive back he made 23 tackles and intercepted three passes. His last performance tor the Red Rocketeers is his most impressive. John filled in...
    Inducted1992High School AttendedN. AttleboroGraduated1980 file
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  5. Simoneau, Ron

    Biography The early 1980’s saw the advent of Proposition 2 1/2 and the down scaling of most high school athletic programs. Freshman football teams were out, and the continuity which was necessary for successful programs was threatened. Ron Simoneau was one of Rocketeer hopefuls affected by these cuts. However, the Gridiron Club at N.A.H.S. helped finance a limited pro...
    Inducted2010High School AttendedN. AttleboroGraduated1985 file
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  6. Simpson, Joe

    Biography Joe Simpson, Class of 1995, was a three year varsity player for the Attleboro Blue Bombardiers. Joe’s toughness and dedication earned him the respect of coaches and teammates alike. Simpson always played with reckless abandon when racing down field to make a tackle on special teams as a sophomore, or filling a gap from his linebacker perch as a junior and se...
    Inducted2006High School AttendedAttleboroGraduated1995 file
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  7. Simpson, Johnny

    Biography Under construction...hope to have information soon.
    InductedHigh School AttendedN. AttleboroGraduated1939
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  8. Skinner, Jonathan

    Biography Jonathan Skinner, AHS class of 2003 Jon’s career for the Bombardiers was all about the work in trenches as an offensive guard, tackle and defensive end. Jon was a three-year starter where he learned his craft as a sophomore and became the example for his teammates to follow as a senior captain. He caught the eye of former head coach Cliff Sherman who said, “...
    Inducted2019High School AttendedAttleboroGraduated file
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  9. Slaney, Matt

    Biography Intensity was his trademark. At 5'9" and 160 pounds Matt Slaney was described by Coach Beaupre, "as intense as any kid we've had." Slaney was a two year two way starter for the Rocketeers during the 1987 and 1988 football seasons. His quickness compensated for his lack of size. As an offensive guard he was a mainstay on teams that had a combined record of 16...
    Inducted2003High School AttendedN. AttleboroGraduated1989 file
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  10. Slowey, Tim

    Biography Tim Slowey was part of two Eastern Athletic Conference championship teams during his three outstanding years of varsity football for the Bombardiers. Slowey’s athletic prowess was on center stage game after game for the Blue & White on offense, defense and special teams. As a tough, hard-nosed sophomore Slowey first cracked AHS’s line-up as a defensive e...
    Inducted2006High School AttendedAttleboroGraduated1999 file
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  11. Smith, Don

    Biography Don Smith was a two way force along the Bombardier offensive and defensive lines. Smith used his strength, athleticism and technique to open up holes for AHS’s rushing attack and smothered his opposition when Attleboro’s aerial game was called on to move the ball. Like a typical player in the trenches, Don Smith did not garner all the newspaper headlines, bu...
    Inducted2011High School AttendedAttleboroGraduated2005 file
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  12. Snyder, Greg

    Biography For three seasons at Attleboro High School the rugged Greg Snyder was just as good at clearing the way for Bombardier backs as he was at stopping the opponents in the backfield. Big, strong and intensely competitive, Greg was consistently cited for his great blocking skills that led AHS in 1969 to a brilliant 7-2 season and a Bristol County League Championsh...
    Inducted1993High School AttendedAttleboroGraduated1970 file
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  13. Sousa, Lou

    Biography Under construction...hope to have information soon.
    InductedHigh School AttendedBishopGraduated1971
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  14. St. Martin, Bob

    Biography Trench warfare. That's the term that best describes the way Bob St. Martin played the game as an interior lineman and linebacker for the Red Rocketeers in the early 1940s. Nicknamed "Bull" by his coach, the legendary Raymond Yates, Bob St. Martin gave every bit of himself on every play during an era when drives into the line constituted the offensive game pl...
    Inducted1987High School AttendedN. AttleboroGraduated1953 file
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  15. St. Martin, Ronnie

    Biography Under construction...hope to have information soon.
    InductedHigh School AttendedN. AttleboroGraduated1928
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  16. St. Pierre, Al

    Biography AI St. Pierre, one of Attleboro's finest all-around athletes, was an outstanding two-way end for the Bombardiers in the early 1950s. A natural athlete, the smooth and versatile St. Pierre was selected to the coaches' All-Bristol County and All-State teams, primarily for his great pass-catching skills. AI was equally effective on defense and as a kicker. A ty...
    Inducted1991High School AttendedAttleboroGraduated1952 file
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  17. Stack, Steve

    Biography In 1964 Steve Stack entered North Attleboro High School as a talented young athlete who could throw a football a long way. It didn’t take long for the talented Stack to break into North’s starting lineup as their quarterback. The Red Rocketeers had not scored in their first two games so Coach Art Post gave Steve the starting nod against Bishop Feehan. The yo...
    Inducted2005High School AttendedN. AttleboroGraduated1968 file
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  18. Stanovitch, John

    Biography As it opened its season, the 1998 Bishop Feehan Football Team had some good news and some bad news. The good news was they were to christen the newly minted McGrath Stadium and play its home games on campus for the first time in the school’s history. The bad news was they were following a team (being honored this evening) that won the school’s first Super Bo...
    Inducted2012High School AttendedBishopGraduated1999 file
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  19. Stewart, Joe

    Biography During the 1958 and 1959 seasons, Joe Stewart combined with Hall of Fame tackle Bob Minor to form one of the most effective guard/tackle combinations in Bombardier history. As a senior, Stewart led a very talented AHS team through a brilliant 7-1 season that was dominated by Attleboro's powerful line play. As an offensive guard, Stewart was a devastating blo...
    Inducted1996High School AttendedAttleboroGraduated1960 file
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  20. Stone, Kyle

    Biography Kyle Stone was an extremely versatile threat on North's first two teams in the highly successful decade of the 1980's. A true pass receiving tight end, Kyle surpassed his 3 receptions as a junior with 26 receptions for 393 yards and 3 TD's as a senior captain. Those 26 receptions represent the most catches in a season by a North Attleboro tight end. Kyle's c...
    Inducted1997High School AttendedN. AttleboroGraduated1982 file
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