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Plymouth's Matt Greene Inducted into BC High's Hall of Fame

Matt Greene of Plymouth has been inducted into Boston College High School's Hall of Fame. The school honored Matt and four other athletes at a dinner at the Hunter-Fahey Commons on November 26, 2013.

Matt '04 was chosen for his outstanding hockey career, Charles Barnes '95 for swimming, RJ Ryan '95 for basketball and football, Tim Bulman '01 for football, Mark Dennehy '86 for hockey and the 2001 Baseball team (state champs).

While Matt was at BC High, he shared Catholic Conference MVP honors as a senior, was twice named to the Boston Globe Super Team and twice named to the Boston Herald Dream Team. He earned Patriot-Ledger All-Scholastic honors 3 times and he was a four-time Catholic Conference All-star selection. In addition Matt was a key member of the Boston Jr. Bruins, which captured the 2004 USA Hockey Youth Tier I National Championship in Michigan.

"Matt went on,” said Coach John Flaherty, “to have a great 4 year career for Jerry York BCH’63 at Boston College, playing a significant role in Beanpot and National titles along the way. At BC he was voted the Hockey East Best Defensive Forward in 2008, the year BC won the NCAA Championship. Matt was a major factor in getting BC into three Frozen Four Championships.”

Joe McCabe, Matt's coach at BC High and now BC High's Assistant Athletic Director, said:“Matt was an all around outstanding young man and a credit to his school, family and community, a great role model for the younger players. Through his hard work and leadership he left his mark on the BC High hockey program as an exemplary student athlete.”


Boston College High School is a Jesuit, Catholic, college-preparatory school for young men founded in 1863.  The school enrolls approximately 1600 students from more than 100 communities in eastern Massachusetts. For more http://www.bchigh.edu


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