Inducted in 2005
Aylie Baker
Born on January 7, 1987 in Portland, Maine
Education:
Yarmouth High School

A three-sport athlete at Yarmouth High School, Aylie Baker has participated in volleyball, basketball, and girls lacrosse during her career. A two-lime letter winner in volleyball, she was named as a First Team All-Western Maine Conference performer during her senior season and was selected as an honorable mention All-State player. She has also participated on the successful Yarmouth Clipper girls lacrosse learn for three seasons.

One of the state's top post players, Aylie has excelled on the hardwood for the Yarmouth girls basketball team for four years. After finishing being named to the Western Maine Conference Honorable Mention and third team squads during her sophomore and junior seasons respectively, she had a breakthrough senior season. A co-captain for the Clippers, she averaged 11.9 and 8.1 rebounds per game in leading her team to the Western Maine Class B championship. For her efforts, Aylie was named to the Western Maine Conference first team All-Star squad and earned the Bob Rutler Award as her league's player of the year. She was also named to play in the McDonald's Academic All-State Team and played in the McDonald's All-Star game.

Aylie also contributes to her school through her extensive involvement in co-curricular activities. She is a two-year member of the Yarmouth National Honor Society and contributes as a writer and editor to Play in the Street, her school's literary magazine. Aylie is also a talented musician who has studied piano for ten years and plays clarinet in the Yarmouth High School. She has won numerous academic awards at her school, including being named her class's best academic student on three occasions and the Harvard Book Award. Outside of school, she also participates with the Haraseeket Yacht Club as a sailing instructor.

Aylie has a career average of 97.76 while taking a rigorous course of studies, including advanced placement courses in modern European history, United States history, English literature, calculus, and Spanish. She will attend Middlebury College next year and intends to major in either creative writing or international relations. She is the daughter of Caroline and Barney Baker of Yarmouth.

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