Michael Szamocki, Class of 1975, was an outstanding three-sport athlete in football, baseball, and basketball.

Michael stood out at basketball, where he scored 925 points during his career. His coach, Hall of Fame member Donald Cushing predicted "I think he will be one of the best centers in a long time at Bartlett High School." Mike led the team in field goal and free throw percentage as a sophomore and junior. Following his junior season Mike was named the team's Most Improved Player and was selected to the Worcester Telegram's All-Star Team, Division C. During his senior year, Mike had game highs for points scored with 36 points, rebounds with 23, and 9 steals. In the Clark Tournament championship game against favored Blackstone Regional, he scored 23 points and had 23 rebounds! He averaged over 17 points per game in this tournament in both his junior and senior years. At the conclusion of the season, Mike led the team in scoring and free throws made and was second in rebounding and steals. He was selected to the Border Conference All-Star Team as one of its top five players, selected to The All-Prep Basketball Team, named to appear in the Coach and Athlete Magazine, and was the team's MVP.

In baseball, Mike, known as Smoke to his teammates, was considered by his coach to be the ace of the staff as a freshman, striking out 120 opponents and allowing only 21 earned runs in 76 innings while also leading the team in runs scored and doubles. He was second in hits and runs batted in with a batting average of .333. He was an outstanding pitcher, 1st baseman, and center fielder on the varsity team. In his junior year, Mike hit 3 home runs and batted .369. Smoke's biggest game as a senior was against rival Shepherd Hill in Dudley, where his double knocked in the winning run. This was Bartlett's first ever win in any varsity sport against Shepherd Hill.

In football, Mike played defensive end, split end, and kicker. During his junior year, Mike registered thirty unassisted tackles, had two interceptions, and kicked ten extra points. He was selected to the Border Conference All-Star Team, selected as Bartlett's Most Valuable Defensive Back, chosen for the team's Most Improved Player Award, and named to the Worcester Telegram's Class C, Honorable Mention Football Team. At the conclusion of an outstanding senior year, Michael was named to the Worcester Telegram's Class C All-Star Football Team.

At graduation, Mike received Bartlett High School's prestigious George Finnegan Award as the top male athlete. He was also a member of the National Honor Society.

Following graduation, Mike attended Nichols College where he obtained a business degree with a concentration in accounting. He retired from a career with the Department of Youth Services Central Region Director of Operations. Mike joins his father Anthony as a member of the BHS Hall of Fame.

Mike resides in Auburn with his wife Barbara.