Nick Delvecchio Basketball

  • 2nd All-Time Leading Scorer
  • Led Bay State League in scoring 1986-87
  • Bay State League All-Star 1986-87 & 1987-88
  • Most points scored in a game: 43
  • First player to notch 500 points in a season
  • First player to total over 1,000 points

Baseball (Captain 1988)

  • Boston Globe Division 1 Player of the Year
  • Boston Herald All-Scholastic
  • NHS Career Home Run Leader (27)
  • Most Home Runs in a Season (14)
  • Bay State League All-Star 1987 & 1988

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Joe Napoleon

1973 Outstanding Male Athlete of the Year

Football

  • 2 Years Varsity Player
  • Threw last second 65-yard touchdown pass in Thanksgiving Day game 1972 to clinch Bay State League Title in front of over 10,000 fans

Basketball

  • 3 Years Varsity Player
  • Bay State League All-Star 1972-73
  • Bay State League MVP 1973
  • Boston Globe All-Scholastic Honorable Mention
  • Boston Herald All-Scholastic Honorable Mention
  • Bay State League Top Scorer (20 points per game) and assists (12 assists per game)(Only Natick player to ever lead league in both points & assists)
  • 92% free throw percentage

Baseball

  • 3 Years Varsity Player
  • 300 batting average
  • No strikeouts entire season 1973
  • 1973 Baseball League Title (15-3)
George “Putt” Morgan

Football

  • Natick Herald All-Scholastic Team

Hockey

  • 1950-1951 Ralph Howard Memorial Award (Team MVP)
  • State Scoring Leader 1950 & 1951
  • 1951 Eastern MA All-Star Team
  • 1950-51 MA State Champions (only one division)
  • 3rd Place New England Hockey Championships
  • Boston Globe All-Scholastic Team
  • Boston Herald All-Scholastic Team
  • Boston Post All-Scholastic Team

Baseball

  • Boston Globe All-Scholastic Honorable Mention Right Fielder
Jack Trabucco

Football (Captain 1972)

  • Caught 65-yard game winning touchdown pass against
  • Framingham on Thanksgiving Day to clinch Bay State League Title in front of over 10,000 fans
  • Scored over 100 points as a Tight End
  • Boston Globe All-Scholastic 1972
  • Boston Herald All-Scholastic 1972

Baseball (Captain 1973)

  • Bay State League RBI Leader (34)
  • Boston Globe All-Scholastic 1973
  • Boston Herald All-Scholastic 1973
Mary Lee King

1991 Outstanding Female Athlete of the Year

Cross-Country

  • Set course record on Natick Cross-County course

Basketball (Captain 1989-90, 1990-91)

  • Basketball: Top NHS career rebounding leader 693 (3 varsity seasons)
  • Basketball: 2nd all timeleading scorer NHS career points 949 (3 varsity seasons)
  • Bay State League Player of the Year 1991
  • Bay State League All-Star (1988-89 1989-90 1990-91)
  • Boston Globe All-Scholastic 1991
  • Boston Herald All-Scholastic 1991
  • Metrowest Daily News All-Scholastic 1990 & 1991
  • Sophomore Year Most Improved Player
  • Junior Year MVP
  • Senior Year MVP

Outdoor Track (Captain 1991)

  • School record mile 5:19 • Bay State League All-Star (1988, 1989, 1990, 1991)
  • Metrowest Daily News All-Scholastic 1989 & 1990 & 1991 •Team MVP 1991
Julie Quigley

Cross Country

  • Natick Cross Country course record September 21, 1982
  • Bay State League All-Star Fall 1982
  • Bay State League 2nd place Cross Country 1982
  • Set course record on Milton Cross Country course September 16, 1982
  • Set course record on Norwood Cross Country course October 8, 1082
  • Set course record on Framingham Cross Country course October 22, 1982

Outdoor Track (Captain 1983)

  • School record 2 Mile Relay at Massachusetts State Coaches Relay (April 30, 1983)
  • School record 1,500 meter run (April 26, 1983)
  • School record 3,000 meter run (May 19, 1983)
  • Bay State League Champion 2 mile 1983

Other Wins While at NHS

  • Road races: Run for the Lights 10k, Natick, May 16, 1982
  • Women’s Division 1st Place
  • Race to Fitness for Leonard Morse Hospital 10k, Natick, October 3, 1982
  • Junior Division and recipient of Dr. Francis M. Burke Memorial Trophy 1st Place
  • Dannon 10K 9/4/82 Junior Division 1st Place
  • Diet Pepsi 10K meter series 5/1/83 Junior Division 1st Place
  • Run for the Arts 10K, 5/12/82 Junior Division 1st Place
Jamey Bianchi

1994 Outstanding Male Athlete Award

Cross Country (Captain 1993)

  • 3X Division 2 Cross Country Champion
  • 2 consecutive undefeated seasons in dual meets
  • Bay State League Cross Country Champion
  • Course records at Norwood, Natick, Milton

Basketball (Captain 1993-94)

  • 2X Bay State League All-Star
  • • Bay State League MVP 1993-94
  • 1994 Basketball South Sectional Final in State Championship Tournament

Outdoor Track (Captain 1994)

  • Set the NHS Outdoor Track Record in the Two Mile in 1993 with a time of 9:34.7
  • Set the NHS Outdoor TrackRecord in the Mile in 1994 with a time of 4:23.94 year Letter Winner
  • Bay State League All-Star 1992, 1993,
  • 1994 Undefeated in Bay State League for the mile and two mile in 1992, 1993, 1994
  • BSL Conference Meet Championin the 2 mile in 1992 and 1993
  • BSL Conference Meet Champion in the mile in 1994
  • Team MVP 1994

All-Scholastic Awards

  • Middlesex News Male Scholar-Athlete of the year 1994
  • Middlesex News All-Star Cross Country 1991, 1992, 1993, 1994
  • Boston Globe All-Scholastic Track 1992, 1993, 1994,
  • Boston Globe All-Scholastic
  • Basketball Second Team 1993, 1994,
  • Richard Phelps Scholar-Athlete Award Boston Globe 19
Dave LaCouture

1988 Outstanding Male Athlete of the Year

Hockey (Captain 1987-88)

  • 1st team Bay State League All-Star
  • Middlesex News 1st Team All-Star
  • Boston Globe All-Scholastic 1987-88
  • College Coaches All-American Selection 1987-88
  • New England Prep Scholastic All-American 1987-88
  • Massachusetts Scoring Leader 1987-88 (85 points. 32 goals /53 assists)
  • NHS MVP Hockey 1987-88
  • Bay State League CO-MVP 1987-88

Baseball

  • Varsity Baseball 1987 & 1988
  • Bay State League All-Star 1987 & 1988

Football

  • 1987 Outstanding Football Lineman Award
Roberty Lefty Hale 1933 Outstanding Male Athlete of the Year Award

Football 1931-1932 (Captain 1932)

Basketball 1931-1933 (Captain 1932-33)

Baseball 1931-1933 (Captain 1933)

“Hale was one of the best running halfbacks ever to come out of Natick High- also one of the greatest left-handed hitters in NHS history as well as a great basketball guard, from which position he scored many points for the old Red and Blue.”

“One of the most brilliant all-around athletes in recent Natick history.”

“Natick experts maintain that he was the greatest football player ever to wear the togs of Natick High School.”