Inducted in 1983
Scott Hunter
Born on June 7, 1964 in Presque Isle, Maine

Scott Hunter, ranked 25th in his Caribou High School graduating class of 235 with a 92.08 average, lettered four years in soccer and baseball and three years in basketball. He was twice an All-Aroostook soccer forward, co-captain in both soccer and basketball. As a stand-out guard, he helped the Vikings to the Eastern Class A Championship and state runner-up finish the past season, after a sectional runner-up stint the two previous years.

Scott was a member of the National Honor Society, a Dirigo Boys' State delegate, a member of the Caribou High Varsity "C" Club, and a member of DeMolay.

Scott will attend Colby College in Waterville, where he will be one of fifteen Mayflower Scholars in the incoming freshman class.

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