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Hudson High 2017 Hall of Fame induction ceremony Nov. 24

Hudson – Ten individual outstanding athletes and five winning teams will be inducted into the 10th bi-annual Hudson High School (HHS) Hall of Fame at luncheon and induction ceremonies Friday, Nov. 24, at Riverview, Hudson Portuguese Club, 13 Port St., at 11 a.m.

The late H. Thayer Brown HHS ’54 will be inducted as a veteran athlete. Modern era athletes inducted will be: Luann (Morris) Wells ’79, E.J. Pagliuca ‘88, Scott Nisbet ’89, Anthony Padula ’90, Carlos Graca ’93, Jeff Wood Jr., ’99, Zac Attaway ’01, Marc Exharopoulos ’02 and Scott Duggan ’05. The 1964-65 hockey team will be inducted as a veteran team and modern era teams to be inducted are 1974 football, 2006 softball, 2006 baseball and 2007 softball.

Announcements have been sent to all honorees for whom the committee has contacts. All inductees are invited to attend a coffee hour at the school cafeteria Thanksgiving Day morning, Nov. 23, at 9 a.m., prior to the traditional Hudson-Marlborough game at Morgan Bowl, and also to assemble during half-time.

Luncheon tickets are $25 each, and available from Denise Carter at Hudson High School 978-567-6250, ext. 3174; or Stephen Smith, 978-568-1023. Ticket deadline is Friday, Nov. 10.

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