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Flyers Hall of Fame Ceremony 2019

Six outstanding athletes will be inducted into the 2nd Annual Flyers Hall of Fall in 2019.

All played or coached at Framingham High School, Framingham North High School, or Framingham South High School.

To be inducted into the Flyer Hall of Fame in 2019 will be:

  • Melanie Baskind: She was a 4-year starter in soccer and lacrosse. Her senior year she was captain of both teams. Her junior and senior year she was a first-team All-American in lacrosse. She was Bay State League player of the year in soccer her senior year. She was the 2007/2008 Boston Globe female athlete of the year. She was the 2012 NCAA women’s lacrosse Division 1 National Scholar-Athlete of the Year at Harvard University.
  • Richard Carter: A graduate of Framingham High in 1952, Carter participated in football, basketball, baseball, and track. he earned 11 varsity letters. he was a league all-star in baseball and basketball. He was an honorable mention All-American in football his senior year. He was a 2-time state record holder in the 100 dash. He was a 3-sports athlete at Northeastern University, and then signed to play baseball with the New York Yankees.
    • Abbey CapobiancoSimone: A 2004 Framingham High graduate, Capobianco was a 4-year starter and Bay State League all-star in soccer. She was captain her senior year. In ice hockey, she was a 4-year start, two-year captain, led the team in scoring her senior year, and was a Bay State All-Star three times. In lacrosse, Capobianco was a four-year starter and 3 time Bay State All Star. She broke the Framingham High scoring record in lacrosse and led the state in scoring her senior year with 117 goals, and was named an All American. She was the 2004 Framingham High female athlete of the year. Played Division 1 college soccer and lacrosse. Capobianco-Simone is in her 10th season as the Assumption College women’s lacrosse head coach. She is the head coach of Boston Storm.
    • Arnold Garron: The 1980 Framingham South High School graduate was a standout football player and track star. he ran the hurdles, relays, and participated in both the long jump and triple jump events. he attended the University of New Hampshire, where he was a defensive back. He earned All-American, All-New England, and All-Yankee Conference honors. Garron was inducted into the Wildcats Hall of Fame. he played for both the Washington Redskins and the New England Patriots in the NFL.
      • Lou Merloni: While Lou was a soccer player, a hoopster and a golfer at Framingham, he is known for his baseball career. After college, he played four years for Providence College, where he was named the 1993 Big East Player of the Year. He played professional baseball from 1998 to 2003, including several years with his hometown team the Boston Red Sox. He is now an analyst on Red Sox Radio and a co-host of a WEEI sports radio show.
      • Brad Newman: A 1969 Framingham South High graduate, Newman was a star football player. he was a Bay State all-star and All-Scholastic his senior year. He played at Boston College and the Canadian Football League.
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