Beth Grady Athlete

  • Outstanding Female Athlete Of the Year 1971 (Girls Athletic Association)
  • Most Athletic 1971 (Voted by peers)
  • Varsity Field Hockey, Basketball (Captain), Softball, Tennis (Captain), Gymnastics Club


  • Coached 6 Sports – Varsity Volleyball (Established program at NHS), Varsity Field Hockey 13 years, Club Lacrosse 13 years, JV Basketball 1 year, JV Tennis 1 year, Girls Ice Hockey Assistant 1 year (Inaugural season, under MIAA) Teaching
  • Physical Education Teacher for 35 years at NHS


  • Massachusetts Women in Athletics Distinguished Service Award Recipient 2007-08
  • 2008 MIAA Massachusetts Celebration of National Girls and Women in Sport Day
Paul Peters Football
  • All-Scholastic 1962 Quincy Patriot Ledger
  • First Team Bay State League 1962
  • Boston Herald Honorable Mention (sophomore year)
  • Boston Record American Roll of Honor
  • 1962 Bay State Co-Champions
  • 1962 Natick Jaycee Player of the Year

Baseball (captain)

  • 1962 team Bay State League Champions (16-3)
  • 1963 Bay State League Champions (19-4) State Semi-Finals
  • Bay State League All-Star 1963
  • Boston Herald high “honorable” list 1963
  • MVP for NHS 1963
  • Led team in runs scored (27), stolen bases (14) and walks (32) 1963

Athletic Director

  • 1991-2002
  • 1991 Initiated movement to form NHS Boosters Club that was in existence until 2012
  • Created NHS Athletic Handbook still in use today
  • 1991-92 worked with the “Get the Track Back Committee” and Natick Tennis Club to restore the track at Memorial Field and tennis courts at the high school after they were condemned.
  • Oversaw installation of new aluminum light poles at Memorial Field New Scoreboards installed at Memorial Field and High School gymnasium Worked with volunteer baseball committee to erect new dugouts at Mahan Field Worked with Natick Soccer Club to add a new J.V. soccer field Athletic teams won many Bay State League Championships and competed in post MIAA tournaments during his reign.
  • Numerous student athletes during his tenure chosen as All-Scholastics and Bay State Conference All-Stars
  • Many of his coaches honored in State and Local newspapers as Coaches of the Year and Bay State Conference Coaches of the Year
  • Following Varsity sports added during his time as AD (thus making NHS Athletic Program one of the largest in the area):
    • Girls Gymnastics
    • Golf (Coed)
    • Boys and Girls Alpine Skiing
    • Boys and Girls Lacrosse
    • Girls Hockey