Maine Sports Hall of Fame Inducts Nine Members

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Maine Sports Hall of Fame Inducts Nine Members


AUGUSTA, Maine -- A prestigious class of nine was inducted into the Maine Sports Hall of Fame during a ceremony Sunday at the Augusta Civic Center.

William (Bill) Alfond, Peter Carlisle, Glenn Dumont, Anna Goodale, Roger Levesque, Rob Pendergist, Marcie Lane Schulenberg, Eric Weinrich and Amy Winchester were inducted into the hall at the 40th annual awards dinner.

Winchester of Brewer was a five-time state champion in track -- twice in shot and discus and once in javelin -- at Brewer High School. The 1992 Brewer grad also earned all-state honors in basketball and soccer.

At Dartmouth College, the four-time All-Ivy League first-team selection won nine heptagonal championships and holds the school shot put record. She placed in the shot at the 1996 NCAA Division I Outdoor Championships and qualified for the U.S. Olympic Trials.

Weinrich of Yarmouth and Gardiner played 17 years in the NHL where he made three all-star appearances and was named to the 1991 All-Rookie Team.

He represented the United States in the World Cup, Olympics, Canada Cup and at nine World Championships. Weinrich, who skated at the University of Maine for coach Shawn Walsh, graduated in 1985 from North Yarmouth Academy.

Schulenberg, a 1989 Cony High School graduate, starred on two Class A state championship basketball teams and two state championship field hockey teams.

The all-state selection in basketball, field hockey and softball was a scholarship basketball player at Boston University and the University of New Hampshire.

Pendergist, a 1989 graduate of Ellsworth High School, was state champion in the long jump, high jump, high hurdles and javelin and was the national pentathlon high school champion.

At Mount St. Mary's College in Maryland, he was All-American in the decathlon and four-time IC4A pentathlon champion. He competed at the 1992 U.S. Olympic Trials.

Levesque, a 1999 graduate of Falmouth High School, is one of the most honored players in Seattle Sounders soccer history. In 2010, he was ranked 19th among the United Soccer League's best 25 players of the previous decade. Levesque was an All-American and Pac-10 Player of the Year at Stanford University. …

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