Inducted in 1984
Pamela Angell
Born on November 20, 1965 in Portland, Maine
South Portland High School

Pamela (Pam) Angell rates among the state's best tracksters and field hockey players while maintaining high scholastic ranks as an extremely active, well-rounded school citizen.

A multi-event scorer and frequent winner as track captain, she helped South Portland gain league seasonal honors and win the state Class A championship in the school's first venture into girls indoor track. She scored 20 points in the long jump, hurdles, and 300 in the 1984 state meet.

As a junior, she won the 330 hurdles and long jump, was second in the 80 hurdles, and a winning relayist in the Southwestern Championships; second in the state A long jump.

Two years  a cheerleader, she took up field hockey for the first time as a junior and made All-State her senior season.

A member of the National Honor Society, she's fifth in her class of 333. She was accepted at Wellesley College, early decision.

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