Hudson Man in N.H. Hall
William Makarwicz of Hudson, N.H., will be among the inductees at the 18th annual NHIAA Hall of Fame ceremony on Sunday, Nov. 18 at the Grappone Conference Center in Concord, N.H. at noon.
Makarawicz will enter the Hall under the category of “Official.”
A graduate of Nashua High School, he played football for two years and baseball for two years. He attended Keene State College where he played soccer.
Prior to a 30-year teaching and administrative career at Alvirne High School, Marakawicz served in the U.S. Army and is a Vietnam veteran. At Alvirne, he taught math and was the school’s athletic director for seven years and assistant AD for 30 years.
His contributions to the officiating world in the state of New Hampshire are without comparison. For the past 48 years, he has been a member of the N.H. Baseball Umpires Association and the N.H. Basketball Officials Association. In addition, he has been a member of the N.H. Football, Soccer, Volleyball and Softball Officials Associations for the last several decades and has handled many state championships.
Also being inducted: Coach William Ball, Exeter; Patricia Dunn-Luoma, Pinkerton Academy; Tara Mounsey, Concord; contributors Jamie Staton, Auburn and Matthew Swedberg, Moultonboro.