WPS Athletic Hall of Fame Induction Ceremony to be Held on May 13, 2022

Icon of an athlete with a large star behind them; Worcester Public Schools Athletic Hall of Fame; May 13, 2022; Union Station

The Worcester Public Schools Athletic Hall of Fame Induction Ceremony will be held on Friday, May 13, 2022.  The ceremony will be held at Worcester Union Station.  A reception at 5:00 p.m. will be followed by dinner at 6:00 p.m.

The WPS Athletic Hall of Fame selects and honors deserving athletes, coaches, teams, and other outstanding contributors to athletic programs of the Worcester Public Schools.

Successful candidates have brought honor to the Worcester Public Schools through their outstanding participation in the athletic program and have distinguish themselves in their organizations and community through exceptional achievements and/or service. Honorees serve as extraordinary role models of character, courage, leadership and citizenship.


Robert Bailey, Burncoat High School
Steven Brunelle – Doherty Memorial High School
Lenny Carlson – North High School
Richard Eid – Classical High School
Robert Goodney – Worcester Boys Trade School
Steven Hennigan – South High School
John Mcgrath – North High School
Michelle Legacy Montville – Doherty Memorial High School
Michael Lynch – South High School
Tijean Pluverge – Doherty Memorial High School
Matthew Powers – Burncoat High School
Jewel White – Doherty Memorial High School

Unlike surrounding towns, the Worcester Public Schools charges no athletic fees to ensure equal access for all students. WPS Athletics serves 1,500-1,700 students on 156 teams playing 30 sports. Playing sports builds key life skills including teamwork, confidence, and strategies for health and wellness. Our athletes need to be safe on the field and look their best which means using up-to-date equipment and wearing high-quality uniforms. You can support our sports by making a donation through WEDF:

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