Hall of Famers
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  1. 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. Work...
    Inducted1991High School AttendedHonoraryGraduated file
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  2. Cosgrove, Peter

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    InductedHigh School AttendedBishopGraduated1967
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  3. Cote, Nate

    Biography For the last decade, Bishop Feehan High School Football has enjoyed its greatest success in the 43-year history of the school. There have been six Super Bowl appearances, four Super Bowl championships, and, another conference championship and possible Super Bowl invite this season. But it wasn't always so. In the early 90's the Shamrock teams were short on n...
    Inducted2004High School AttendedBishopGraduated1994 file
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  4. Crosta, Tim

    Biography Tim Crosta took over the fullback position for the Red Rocketeers during the 1979 season. He immediately established himself as a tough short yardage runner with break-away speed. During Tim's tenure at fullback, North won 14 of its 20 games and Crosta scored 12 touchdowns. Crosta co-captained the 1980 squad and became a solid two-way performer. Offensively ...
    Inducted1992High School AttendedN. AttleboroGraduated1981 file
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  5. Croteau, Mark

    Biography At 5'7" 150 pounds, Mark Croteau was a bit undersized, but he made up for it with exceptional quickness and a toughness that is a trademark of Big Red football. Whether it was as a defensive back or a running back, opposing coaches needed to know where Mark Croteau was on the field. As a junior, Mark found himself in a crowded backfield with three future Hal...
    Inducted2014High School AttendedN. AttleboroGraduated1990 file
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  6. 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 athletes...
    Inducted1994High School AttendedHonoraryGraduated file
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  7. Cryan, Jim

    Biography After ending 1988 with a heartbreaking, last minute defeat to Foxboro in the Division III Super Bowl, North Attleboro entered the '89 season hungrier than ever. Although they had lost 9 of 11 defensive starters, the offense returned six starters including guard Jim Cryan. At 6', l85lbs., Jim exhibited tremendous leverage and speed which allowed him to effect...
    Inducted2003High School AttendedN. AttleboroGraduated1990 file
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  8. Cryan, Kevin

    Biography Coming into the 1977 football season, Attleboro High School head coach Tom Crowe had a feeling, although he kept it to himself, he might have a pretty special bunch of players to put together a special season. Led by strong offensive skill players like Steve Lattari, John McNally, Joe Hudson, and Denny Walsh, ultimately it was the Blue Bombardier defense who...
    Inducted2017High School AttendedAttleboroGraduated1978 file
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  9. Cryan, Sean

    Biography Sean Cryan joins the Attleboro Area Football Hall of Fame because he was smart, athletic and tough, three qualities considered to be trademarks of the NAHS football program. During the course of three seasons (1992-1994), Sean established himself as one of the most versatile athletes to wear the red and white. Few possessed Sean’s combination of skills. This...
    Inducted2008High School AttendedN. AttleboroGraduated1995 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 report...
    Inducted1991High School AttendedHonoraryGraduated file
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  11. Culhane, Dave

    Biography David Culhane used his strength, power and aggressiveness to become a two-year starter for the Bombardiers. During a difficult junior season for the Blue & White, Culhane was still recognized for his outstanding play on both sides of the line of scrimmage. The 6'2" Culhane was a ferocious and determined football player that seldom found himself on the si...
    Inducted2003High School AttendedAttleboroGraduated1991 file
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  12. Cummings, Kevin

    Biography Kevin Cummings was a force for legendary AHS coaches Joe McKenna and Chet Hanewich football teams during his three varsity seasons between 1983-1985. Cummings was a fierce competitor with a mean streak that his opponent’s respected, but often they woke up the next day remembering each encounter as a result of Cummings’ physical play. During Kevin’s three AHS...
    Inducted2012High School AttendedAttleboroGraduated1986 file
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  13. D'Attilio, Mike

    Biography Mike D’Attilio was a standout offensive and defensive tackle for Head Coach Kurt Kummer’s Red Rocketeers in 2007 and 2008. His quickness and punishing style was noticed by all that saw him play and was a welcomed sight for Big Red ball carriers that followed his blocks. At 6’1” and 230 lbs., D’Attilio was a two-year starter at offensive tackle and he wasn’t ...
    Inducted2016High School AttendedN. AttleboroGraduated2009 file
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  14. Dargis, Rob

    Biography Loyalty, toughness and discipline. As his former coach Paul Sullivan says, “Robbie Dargis had all of the individual characteri stics that are the foundation of the North Attleboro Football Program.” Rob started at linebacker and running back as a junior and senior. He lead the team in rushing his junior year, boasting 111 c arries for 798 yards and again dur...
    Inducted2013High School AttendedN. AttleboroGraduated2002 file
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  15. Daskam, Jon

    Biography During a three year period of 1985, 1986, 1987 the Attleboro Blue Bombardier's threw more passes than any AHS teams ever had before and wide receiver Jon Daskam caught more passes than any player in Blue and White history. The diminutive and daring receiver combined his good speed, outstanding toughness, and great hands to haul in a career high total of 104 ...
    Inducted1998High School AttendedAttleboroGraduated1988 file
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  16. Dawes, Jeff

    Biography The Sun Chronicle described North High defensive end Jeff Dawes as “a hulking figure on the turf”. Head Coach Bob Guthrie characterized Dawes as a “smart, solid player who never flustered, and always got his job done”. To his friends and teammates, “Dawsie” had the unique ability to keep guys loose in practices and games while simultaneously maintaining a se...
    Inducted2014High School AttendedN. AttleboroGraduated1974 file
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  17. Dean, Eddie

    Biography Under construction...hope to have information soon.
    InductedHigh School AttendedN. AttleboroGraduated1946
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  18. Dean, Jim

    Biography At 5’10” 175 pounds, there was no fiercer competitor to take the field in the fall of 1980 for Coach Paul O’Boy’s Shamrocks than defensive end and center Jim Dean. Coming off 4 straight losing seasons, the 1980 Shamrocks were built around Hall of Fame wide receiver Bill Hyland ’81 and a young offensive line that included center Jim Dean. A line that would go...
    Inducted2015High School AttendedBishopGraduated1982 file
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  19. DeBiasio, Dan

    Biography Coach Paul Sullivan once said “When I first saw him as a freshman, I knew he was going to be an outstanding football player.” That may be an understatement in describing Dan DeBiasio, a two year two-way starter at running back and defensive back for North Attleboro. Coach Sullivan later said “he has great speed, great instincts, and he’s a tough kid. He’s a ...
    Inducted2010High School AttendedN. AttleboroGraduated2000 file
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  20. DeBiasio, Mark

    Biography Mark De Biasio was a talented running back who cut his teeth early when he was summoned to the varsity during his freshman year. Although vastly undersized, Mark contributed 28 carries and 90 yards that season, and was a starter in North's "Miracle in the Mud" 19-16 upset win over Attleboro on Thanksgiving Day, 1992. Undeterred by a sophomore season that saw...
    Inducted2002High School AttendedN. AttleboroGraduated1996 file
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