One of the top student-athletes in the Mountain Valley Conference, Bradley Bryant has been a four-year varsity player in football, basketball, and baseball. A star performer on the gridiron, he was an All-Conference running back in 2003 and 2(1)4. Brad rushed for 4157 yards during his career and scored 54 touchdowns. He was selected as the recipient of the Class C Campbell Conference Taglienti Award and was a finalist for the James J. Fitzpatrick Trophy. Brad was also featured on WCSH-TV this past fall as a member of Bruce Glazier's "Varsity Club."
Brad is a four-year member of the Livermore Falls varsity basketball team and was captain during his junior and senior seasons. A Second-Team All-Conference player as a junior, he was named to the first team Mountain Valley Conference All-Star squad in 2004-2005. Brad was named to participate in the McDonald's Class C-D All-Star Game. Brad also excels on the diamond, where he has played four years of varsity baseball for the Andies and was first team all-conference pick in 2004.
Brad is highly active in the extracurricular program at this high school. He is the vice-president of the National Honor Society and has also been active in Drama Club, the math team, and the student senate. He routinely gives back to the youngsters of his community. He volunteers as a referee for youth basketball in the Livermore Falls area and has been active in the Big Brother/Big Sister program.
In addition to his contributions to his school and community through activities, Brad also excels in the classroom. He has a career grade point average of 94.59 in a highly challenging curriculum and has taken advanced placement courses in calculus and statistics. He ranks 6th in his class of 63 members. He plans to use his mathematical prowess at the Wentworth Institute of Technology in Boston, where his intended major is Architectural Engineering. Brad is the son of Brenda and Gary Bryant of Livermore.
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The Maine Sports Hall of Fame was established in 1972 for the purpose of: 1) appointing and bestowing recognition awards and scholarships to outstanding Maine high school scholar-athletes; and, 2) to formally honor and memorialize Maine athletes and sports figures who have brought distinction and honor to the state of Maine.