Bishop Feehan High School
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  1. Lindstrom, Glenn

    Biography The ultimate triple threat, Glenn Lindstrom was the catalyst on two of the most productive teams in Shamrock football history. The youngest of three hard nosed brothers to wear the Green and Gold of Bishop Feehan, Glenn was the architect of the wishbone offense as its quarterback. As a junior, he ran for 92 yards and passed for 89 more in 26-14 victory over ...
    Inducted1998High School AttendedBishopGraduated1988 file
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  2. Lindstrom, Peter

    Biography The second of three football playing Lindstrom brothers, Peter Lindstrom's intelligence, athleticism, versatility and grit made him an invaluable asset to Bishop Feehan’s football success in the 1982 and 1983 seasons. As a 5”10” and 180 pound junior linebacker and tight end, Lindstrom was also the team’s punter and backup cornerback until opportunity knocked...
    Inducted2006High School AttendedBishopGraduated1984 file
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  3. Luongo, Frank

    Biography Frank Luongo was one of the spiritual leaders of the outstanding Bishop Feehan squads of the middle 70s. A quick, hard-hitting guard and linebacker for two seasons, he has been described as one of the most reliable members of a team that included many standouts, including Hall of Famer Hank McOeed. Coach Paul OBoy, in fact, coupled Luongo and McOeed in a com...
    Inducted1987High School AttendedBishopGraduated1976 file
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  4. Luongo, Peter

    Biography Small by football standards but powered by the heart of a lion, Peter Luongo was a two-year starter at fullback and linebacker for Bishop Feehan. Playing on an injured ankle, Pete nevertheless scored 11 touchdowns in his senior year. A punishing defensive force, he averaged 10 tackles per game, and chalked up 12 unassisted tackles against Wareham in his juni...
    Inducted1991High School AttendedBishopGraduated1984 file
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  5. Lyons, Dan

    Biography As a two-way starter, as an offensive center and defensive tackle, Dan Lyons could have been an advertisement for a Tide commercial. Getting down in the dirt was exactly what the 6'2" 190 Lyons did well for Coach PaulO'Boy. Lyons was one of the few juniors who saw playing time on Paul O'Boy's inaugural 4-4-1 squad whose four losses were by a combined total o...
    Inducted2003High School AttendedBishopGraduated1969 file
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  6. MacDonald, Brian

    Biography A tremendous athlete, Brian excelled in all three phases of the game as a three year starter for the Shamrocks. Showing his t oughness as just a sophomore, he became the starting safety as well as contributing on all special teams that season. Entering his junior year, his big play capability could not be overlooked by first year head coach Jack Peavey. At 6...
    Inducted2013High School AttendedBishopGraduated2002 file
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  7. Manning, Steve

    Biography With a chiseled physique that appeared to be pumped into a football uniform, Steve Manning defined the phrase "work ethic" for Bishop Feehan in the early 1980's. A solid two waystarter for three seasons, Manning anchored an offensive and defensive line that produced 20 victories during his tenure as an offensive guard and defensive tackle. Among many memorab...
    Inducted1999High School AttendedBishopGraduated1982 file
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  8. Martell, George

    Biography Durable, reliable and tough, George Martell was the "unsung hero" at right guard on Bishop Feehan's first winning season at 6-2-1. Sandwiched between two all league and all state players Center Peter Cosgrove and Tackle Bruce MacDonald, Martell rarely got many, if any, paudits by the press; however, among his teammates, coaches and opponents, his reputation ...
    Inducted1997High School AttendedBishopGraduated1966 file
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  9. McCourt, Rob

    Biography Rob McCourt – Bishop Feehan ‘04 Chasing three straight Superbowl victories on Holcott Drive would be no easy task, as the 2003 edition of the Bishop Feehan Shamrocks found out. Neither would replacing standout running back Ryan Tully. But senior leader Rob McCourt, a two-way force at running back and linebacker, proved he was up to both challenges. Along wit...
    Inducted2019High School AttendedBishopGraduated file
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  10. 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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  11. McDeed, Hank

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

    Biography Under construction...hope to have information soon.
    InductedHigh School AttendedBishopGraduated1967
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  13. 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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  14. McNally, Bryan

    Biography Bishop Feehan Coach Curt Smith described Bryan McNally as a “beloved teammate who brought a lot of personality and fun to practice,” but when the whistle blew, McNally was “tough as nails - all business.” As a 6 foot, 215 pound OLB/DB, McNally was tasked with setting the edge for the 2001 edition of the Shamrock defense. Coach Smith said McNally did that bet...
    Inducted2018High School AttendedBishopGraduated2002 file
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  15. 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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  16. 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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  17. Messier, Dan

    Biography Standing at 6 feet 6 inches tall and weighing 280 pounds, Dan Messier was the largest lineman the Bishop Feehan football team has ever seen, before or since his arrival. Still, Messier almost never became a football player. Primarily a basketball player in his youth and early high school days, Messier never played football until his junior year at Feehan as ...
    Inducted2008High School AttendedBishopGraduated1997 file
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  18. Moore, Greg

    Biography “Gallant in his blocking, determined in his bid for the ball on defense – he led the way all year” was how the Sun Chronicle and then first year Head Coach Curt Smith collectively described Greg Moore’s contributions to the 2004 Super Bowl Champion Shamrocks. Every hard-nosed team built on defense and physically imposing their will over their opponent needs ...
    Inducted2017High School AttendedBishopGraduated2005 file
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  19. Moore, Thomas W.

    Biography Bishop Feehan opened its 1977 football season with a young, inexperienced line. None, however, were younger than a rugged fifteen year old sophomore named Tom Moore. Nicknamed "Trunks" because of the size of his treelike thighs, Moore was as solid as seasoned oak in his defensive tackle position. Early injuries and inexperience yielded to increasing strength...
    Inducted1998High School AttendedBishopGraduated1980 file
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  20. Morin, Thom

    Biography He is a fourth generation great grandson of one of the most famous families in the history of Attleboro. He was a captain of the first Bishop Feehan football team to ever win ten games and go to the Super Bowl. He was a prolific receiver whose coach described as “a great athlete with great concentration.” Thom (spelled with an “h”) Morin was an impact player...
    Inducted2008High School AttendedBishopGraduated1995 file
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