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Acton Boxborough Colonial Club

Kenneth Moscone


If you were an AB opponent in the late 70s and 80s, you had best buckle the chin strap, tie the sneakers tight with your chin tucked in, and be alert for line drives.
The AB Hall of Fame welcomes Ken Moscone as a three sport student athlete and passionate competitor. Still waters run deep and those waters rushed onto field and court. A three year 2-way on the gridiron, Ken was a 2-time DCL All Star at running back and linebacker, and a first team Lowell Sun All Star. Ken will always be known for his brilliant run in the Thanksgiving Day Game in Maynard, breaking no fewer than 7 tackles on the 70 yard jaunt.
The football captain turned to the hardwood as an undersized power forward on Coach Rich MacLeod's'68 (ab), talented team. It was a joy watching a 6'5 big man getting schooled and out rebounded by multiple step throughs and hooks, and being boxed out of bounds.
A terrific hitter, Ken averaged over .330 in 3 varsity seasons under Jack Hughes (ab), his great baseball instincts earned him All League honors.
Ken brought his talents to the BU Terriers campus on a football scholarship, ended up transferring to Northeastern, playing there in the 1983 season.
Upon graduating from NU in 1987, Ken went on to earn his MBA in Business at Penn State and is currently Vice President of Operations for Drucker Diagnostics (a medical manufacturing company).
Ken and his wife Sheila are the proud parents of 3 sons, Danny, Andrew and Michael.
Ken's all time favorite moment at AB was playing center in a basketball game against Patrick Ewing of Cambridge Rindge & Latin - the NBA Hall of Famer.

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