What’s been impressive is that Fudge, who will remain as race director for the Pentucket Pride 5K, has been so energetic about Pentucket athletics even after his children graduated or left the school district.
Award for Muldoon
One of the most deserving award winners at the Moynihan Scholar/Athlete Luncheon last week was the Eagle-Tribune’s Mike Muldoon. He was presented with a lifetime community achievement award and rightfully so. He’s been a huge supporter of scholar/athletes and is the creator of the popular “Unsung Heroes” feature that appears weekly.
Samuel Fazioli of Salem, N.H., set a new record Sunday at the Windham Trail 5K, turning in a time of 16:40, nearly two minutes faster than Salem’s runner-up Joe Settineri of Salem. Mark Wimmer of Windham was third in the field of more than 300 finishers.
After 47 years as a coach and athletic director, Jim Nelson is finally retiring at Suffolk University. He won 210 games as a basketball coach, winning the Division 3 national championship in 1975-76, and captured numerous honors as athletic director.