Inducted in 2007
Kristina Stephens
Born on March 2, 1989 in Wiesbaden, Germany
Education:
Caribou High School

Kristina Stephens participated in cross country, Nordic skiing, and outdoor track and field at Caribou High School. Kristina participated for four years on the cross country squad and was captain of the team during her senior year. She finished in top twenty at the Eastern Maine Class B regional meet and was an All-Aroostook League selection. She was also a four-year member of the Caribou outdoor track team and qualified for the State Class B meet and was an All-Aroostook League pick in that sport.

One of the top Nordic skiers in Eastern Maine, Kristina earned two varsity letters in the sport. She was captain of the Caribou team and finished in the top twenty in the MPA state championships. A determined and hard-working performer, Kristina's prowess on skis earned her all-conference honors.

Kristina has played an important role in the life of both her school and community. She is president of the National Honor Society and has served as both a Student Council representative for her class and a class officer. She also served the children of the central Aroostook area by working with first and second graders at the New Sweden Elementary School during the annual fall harvest and by assisting middle school athletes in the Caribou cross country, Nordic skiing, and track programs.

Kristina has excelled in the classroom as well. A National Merit Scholarship finalist, Kristina has a career average of 99.098 and is the valedictorian of the Caribou Class of 2007. She plans to continue her education at the University of Maine in Orono where she plans to major in biological engineering. She is the daughter of Jamie and Katie Stephens of Woodland.

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