Inducted in 1983
Elizabeth Pelletier
Born on July 25, 1965 in Portland, Maine

Elizabeth "Liz" Pelletier, ranked 28th in the 1983 graduating class at Portland High School, a frou-year average of 90.3, became one of the school's most successful female athletes, starring four years in each of three sports: field hockey, softball, and basketball. She was co-captain in all three sports.

Liz sparked Portland High to its first secctional tournament title as the school's team finished as state runner-up to Caribou. She was named a member of the All-State and All-Western teams as a guard.

As center fielder, she played an important role in Portland's Telegram League American Division softball championship and helped the 1983 team to another outstanding season.

Liz Pelletier was also an active, valuable member of her Class Executive Board at Portland High School.

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