CHS Hall of Fame induction ceremony set for Saturday night at the high school

Nine Chelsea High stars of the past and two outstanding coaches will be inducted into the elite CHS Hall of Fame this Saturday, Nov. 27 at the high school beginning at 6:30 p.m.

Hosting the affair is the Alumni Club, namely Robert Bradley, Bob Fee, Athletic Director Frank DePatto, and Chairman Arnold Goodman.

The Class of 2010 inductees includes John Kursonis (1956), Chris Baker (1988), Reggie Wilkerson (1990), Kim Lanzillo (1995), Qasim ward (1997), Katrina Hill (2000), Denise Chappell (2000), Autumn Lopez (2000), and Sam Vega (1985).

The two coaches are Thomas Mhoney (soccer) and the late Jack Niven (basketball).

Invited speakers include City Manager Jay Ash, Superintendent of Schools Dr. Thomas Kingston, and CHS Principal Joseph Mullaney.

Having the honor of presenting the inductees are Jay Ash, Anthony Tiro, Dan Ruskiewicz, John Zimini, Robert Bradley, Frank DePatto, Joe Gaff, Leo Robinson, Ramona Foster, Tom Mahoney, and Richard Maronski.

Arnold Goodman will serve as master of ceremonies. Following the induction ceremony, refreshments will be served to the gathering. The committee has arranged a four-star program for the inductees, their families, and friends.

4 comments for “CHS Hall of Fame induction ceremony set for Saturday night at the high school

  1. Anonymous
    December 2, 2010 at 7:47 pm

    Hello , What about the Class of 81, one of the last teams to beat Everett! Athletes Like Keith Barry, Paul Driscoll and Richie”Spot”Maronski. I think the whole football team should be inducted, how ever Im bias , They did come back to win Thanksgiving morning , after being down 20 points, to win 34-26! Just a thought!!

  2. December 2, 2010 at 9:39 pm

    Class of 85 beat Everett, by 6 points.

  3. Anonymous
    December 10, 2010 at 5:24 pm

    Congratulations to all of the inductees, but a special congrats to Katrina, Denise, and Autumn. We had a special season 10 years ago, and I will forever cherish those moments. I still remember vividly how much hard work they put into achieving their dream! Also congrats to Tom Mahoney, a true gentleman who was a mentor for me growing up and also as an educator.
    Tom Fay

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