The 1955 Bartlett football team featured a solid and experienced offensive backfield. Leaders on that unit included: Co-captain and quarterback George Muzea, an excellent passer and field general; halfback Ron Pokraka who was elusive and fast; and fullback Peter Teguis, a rugged, punshing runner.

When the season began, first-year coach Frank Kronoff and first-year assistant coach Vern Cormier were faced with inexperienced linemen. Only co-captain and guard Mike Mahan returned as a starter from the previous year he was a hard hitting blocker and defender.

The starting offensive lineup found Harry Penniman at center; guards Mahan and Russ Wilson; tackles Don Ryan and Paul Sledzik; ends Sam Tank and John Strzelewicz; Muzea at quarterback; Teguis at fullback; and halfbacks Pokraka and Roy Miezejewski, who later became known as Roy Mier.

A season high came on Thanksgiving Day. After falling behind 12-0, the Green & White roared back, scoring 34 unanswered points to defeat Mary Wells of Southbridge 34-12

Bartlett finished with an 8-0 record and was the only undefeated team in Worcester County, thereby holding claim to the Central Mass Schoolboy Championship.

Assumption PrepBHS 19-0
Athol HighBHS 14-6
Milford HighBHS 6-2
Clinton HighBHS 6-0
Northbridge HighBHS 39-7
Auburn HighBHS 41-7
Worcester SouthBHS 26-19
Mary WellsBHS 34-12