Framingham High School Hall of Fame



About the Inductee

Framingham High Graduate

Allison Manzella

Manzella also made her mark in ice hockey history for the Framingham program. Starting her career when she was just three years old, Manzella has been on the ice for 28 years. Manzella played on the varsity hockey team for all four years of high school, even starting as a freshman.

Every year in high school was more successful than the last. Her freshman year she scored 28 goals and was named to the Bay State All-Star 2nd Team and the Middlesex News All-Star Team. In her sophomore year season, Manzella netted 23 goals and was named to the All-Star teams of the Bay State Conference and the Middlesex News. Manzella was nominated captain by her junior year at Framingham High. She was not only named Framingham High’s most valuable player for girls ice hockey, she also earned her 100th point of her career.

By her senior year, Manzella was again named Framingham High’s most valuable player for girls ice hockey. She was also again named to the All-Star Team for the Bay State Conference and named Most Valuable Player in the Bay State Conference.

When asked what it meant for her to be inducted into Framingham’s Athletic Hall of Fame she replied, “I think it’s awesome, I am so incredibly honored to be with such amazing athletes tonight.”