Class of 2000
George Lavoie (1965)
Lavoie shared the Donald Travisano Trophy with Jim Feijo as Durfee’s most outstanding linemen during his senior season. A two-time All-Bristol County center and tackle, he went on to play football for Boston College, where he received a full scholarship and was a member of the unbeaten 1963 football team. Lavoie was also among the first members in Durfee’s wrestling program.
Greg Massoud (1968)
Massoud, a lineman for the Hilltopper football team, also won the Travisano Award and was All-Bristol County as a senior. Massoud was the MVP winner as a power-hitting first baseman in baseball and was on the Durfee wrestling team for two seasons.
Bob Murray (1973)
Murray was a three-year starter in football. He also played for three years of baseball, where he was an infielder, and basketball, excelling in all three sports.
Dave Ozug (1970)
Ozug ran for the Hilltopper cross country team, where he was a captain and was a track standout in the half-mile, mile, and two-mile and was a long-time record holder in the two-mile, running a 10-minute, 25.8-seconds during the 1970 season.
Joe Roque (1968)
Roque was among the best linebackers who ever played at Durfee High. He was awarded the Jake Reagan Memorial Trophy as Durfee’s most outstanding football player as a senior and twice named All-Bristol County. Roque also played baseball for the Hilltoppers, where he was a fierce competitor.