Steve Jamieson may have been one of
the finest athletes Stoneham High has ever produced, and despite a
series of nagging injuries was able to become an iconic name in SHS
As a sophomore, Jamieson started as a
receiver and filled in at quarterback when senior QB John Censullo got
injured. In hockey, he was named a Middlesex League All Star and was an
Honorable Mention by the Boston Globe as an All Scholastic. In his
junior year, he dominated the gridiron running and passing for
touchdowns as well as kicking extra points, resulting in him being the
highest-scoring QB in Eastern Mass.
Jamieson was the co-winner, along with
fellow Hall of Famer
Paul White, of
The Marty Jordan Award for his performance against Reading on
Thanksgiving Day; but as a junior was not eligible to be selected as a
Middlesex League All Star as only seniors were selected.
In hockey, he was second on the team
in scoring which was good enough to once again be selected a Middlesex
League All Star. A shoulder operation delayed his baseball season
debut, but he was still able to achieve a varsity letter and finished
with a .545 batting average. A separated shoulder forced Jamieson to
miss the first two games of football his senior year which mandated a
switch from quarterback to halfback. After losing two games without
Jamieson, the team turned their fortunes around with his return reeling
off a series of victories. Game after game Steve provided the team with
key touchdown runs. Scoring both touchdowns in a 12-8 win over Reading,
Jamieson was once again co-winner of the Marty Jordan Award. Finishing
sixth in Division I in scoring with 66 points, he was named a Middlesex
League All Star and team MVP.
In hockey, he led the Spartans in
scoring with 16 goals and 14 assists for 30 points to be named team MVP
and a Middlesex League All Star, but was unable to participate in the
All Star game due to a separated shoulder. His shoulder injury
prevented him from playing baseball his senior year.
Steve currently resides in Gloucester
with his wife Chrissy where he runs a successful window cleaning
company. They have five children.