Stoneham High School

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Athletic Hall of Fame




Hall of Fame Inductees - Class of 2005



Scott Boretti
Class of 1981 - Soccer, Hockey & Baseball


Some athletes excel at one sport while others show a consistent level of ability in several sports.  Such was the case of Scott Boretti, Class of 1981, who captained the soccer and baseball teams his senior year and was an assistant captain in hockey.

Boretti played varsity in all three sports from his sophomore though senior years giving him a total of nine varsity letters.  He was All-League in soccer and hockey his senior year and was a Middlesex League All-Star in hockey for three straight seasons.

It was on the ice that Boretti was at his best, leading the team in scoring his junior and senior years with 39 and 43 points, after a sophomore campaign in which he garnered 41 points.

Continuing his dominance in his senior year, Scott’s 24 goals set a new Stoneham High record for goals scored in a career.

Representing the Spartans in the Middlesex League All-Star game, Boretti managed a hat trick in the North’s victory over the South.

In baseball, Scott patrolled second base his sophomore season and moved to shortstop his junior and senior years.  He also wielded a solid stick, batting .385 as a senior.

His athletic and academic talents shone early on as he was named the winner of the Richard Paradiso Award his freshman year.

Upon graduating Stoneham High, Scott received the Wendell Horton Award, presented “for active citizenship and service.”

Scott, who graduated from the University of Maine where he played hockey for the Black Bears, currently lives in Hingham with his wife Clare and their children Ryan and Christian.

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