Old Town HS Hall of Fame Adds 4
The Old Town High School Athletic Hall of Fame will induct four new members in its Class of 2018. The inductees represent a wide range of sports at the school.
Jarrett Lukas '07: A baseball standout for four years at Old Town, Lucas won the John Winkin Mr. Baseball Award that goes to the state's top senior player. He also quarterbacked the football team at Old Town. He played three years at the University of Maine and hit .320 and was named America East Rookie of the Years in his freshman season.
Debra Godsoe Rand '96: A three sport standout in cross country, swimming and outdoor track. She was part of four state championship swim teams and still owns five school records in swimming. Godsoe Rand was named 1993 Class B Swimmer of the Year.
Jake Leithiser '11: One of the great track athletes at Old Town HS. A two-time state champion in the High Jump and won the EMITL Outstanding Performer Award. Jake still owns three school records. He also an All Star soccer player. Leithiser compete in college for UMaine and was named America East All-Conference three times. He also competed in the Olympic Trials in the 400m.
Casey Costigan '91: The dominate big man on the court helped Old Town win the state championship in Class A basketball in 1991. Costigan remains 8th on the school's all-time scoring list. He also played football at Old Town. In college, Costigan played for four years at St. Joseph's College and captained the Monks to conference championships.
For the first time, the Hall of Fame will honor two members to its Contributors catagrory, Joe Cyr '59 and the Sargent Corporation.
Induction ceremonies at set for Saturday, January 26th.