JAMES FRANCIS FALLON, Class of 1949

FALLON_James_1993_1949JAMES FRANCIS FALLON
Class of 1949
Inducted in 1993

One of the outstanding three-sport athletes of his era, Jimmy Fallon transferred to Lowell High School from Keith Academy and quickly established himself as a key performer on the Red and Gray Football, Basketball, and Baseball teams.

Jim was the Quarterback on Coach Ray Riddick’s first undefeated football team, leading the Raiders to a Bowl Game in Jackson, Mississippi.

Jim was an all-around standout for Coach Stan Stoklosa’s Baseball teams in 1948 and 1949, earning Greater-Boston League All-Star Honors in both years.

Jim also was a starting forward for the Red and Gray Basketball team.

Jim’s athletic career culminated with his signing of a professional baseball contract with the Philadelphia Phillies in 1950.

Later, Jimmy lent his expertise to the athletes of Lowell, serving as a highly successful coach at various levels of youth sports.

Induction Year: 1993
Graduation/Class Year: 1949
Gender: Male
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