The Maine Sports Hall of Fame has selected 10 recipients of its 1994 Scholar-Athlete Awards including Jonesport-Beals’ Sandi Carver, Washburn’s Nicole Dobson and Brewer’s Tom Kittredge.
They will be recognized at the induction banquet on Saturday, June 11, at the Bangor Civic Center.
Each honoree will received a $500 scholarship.
In addition to Carver, Dobson and Kittredge, the other inductees will be Westbrook’s Alison Bachelder; Waterville’s Kimberly Comeau; York’s Andrea Little; Kennebunk’s James Cook; Winslow’s Marc Hachey; South Portland’s David Kahill and Cheverus High of Portland’s Ryan McCalmon.
Dobson has played five sports at Washburn and is rated first in her class of 50. Dobson, who will attend the University of Maine-Farmington, has participated in soccer, volleyball, basketball, softball and track.
Carver is ranked second in her senior class of 28 and is a first team All-State basketball player in addition to being one of the state’s premier pitchers in softball. She has lost just one game in her softball career and she is also a fine volleyball player. Carver will attend the University of Maine.
Kittredge ranks first in a class of 196 and has been a three-sport athlete at Brewer High as he swims and participates in cross country and outdoor track. Kittredge has been accepted at Yale and Dartmouth.
Hachey ranked 40th in his class of 153 and has captained Winslow’s football and baseball teams. He will attend Colby College after playing in the 1994 Lobster-Shrine football game.
Comeau, who ranks 10th among 155 in her class, has been a four-year participant in soccer, basketball and outdoor track.