Inducted in 2009
Mary Lewis
Born on October 15, 1991 in Waterville, Maine
Education:
St. Dominic Regional High School

One of the top student-athletes in the Western Maine Conference, Mary Lewis has participated in field hockey, basketball, and softball at St. Dominic Regional High School of Auburn. Mary was a three-year letter winner in basketball and a Western Maine Conference All-Star selection in 2009. She has played varsity softball for the Saints for four years and was team captain during her junior and senior seasons. Mary was twice named her team's Most Valuable Player and was a three-time All-Conference player.

Mary has emerged as one of the state's top field hockey players during her four years at St. Dominic. She was named a member of the Western Maine Conference All-Star Team in each season and was team captain for two years. Mary was the Western Maine Conference Class C Player of the Year in 2008, and was named to the All-State field hockey team on three occasions.

In addition to her athletic prowess, Mary has been an outstanding student leader at St. Dominic. She was elected as the secretary of her class three times, and as a sophomore was inducted into the National Honor Society. Mary has participated on the St. Dominic math team, and has served in the music ministry at her school. Mary has received numerous school honors, including the Society of Women Engineers of Maine Award, the St. Michael's College Book Awards, and the United States Army Scholar-Athlete Award.

Mary has a career grade point average of 4.14 and ranks eighth in her class of 53 students. She will attend Bates College in Lewiston in the fall and plans on studying chemistry and mathematics. She is the daughter of Jeffrey and Regina Lewis and resides in Gardiner.

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