When Stoneham High School baseball, hockey and soccer standout T.J.
Sheedy’s athletic career was over for the Spartans, the class of 1994
graduate left not only a legacy of distinguished accomplishment, but a
hard-earned reputation of intelligence, modesty and understatement.
Sheedy was the definition of
dominance on the baseball diamond, as he batted .333, .375, .576 and
.547 in each of his four years for the SHS baseball team and won the
Middlesex League MVP Award during both his junior and senior seasons.
During his freshman year, Sheedy was a member of a squad that played for
the Division II state Championship. As a junior, T.J. was a major
contributor to a 1993 squad that went 20-0 in winning the Middlesex
League and earned a number one position in the Boston Globe baseball
Sheedy was named a Boston Globe
and Herald All-Scholastic during both his junior and senior seasons, and
was named the Division II Player of the Year as a junior.
Sheedy wasn’t just a standout on
the Stoneham diamond, however, as the three –sport captain’s
accomplishments helped raise the heights of both SHS soccer and hockey