Class of 2013


Class of 2013

Gary Thorne, Kevin Baker, Lauree Gott, Dereck Treadwell, Clark Young

PictureGary Thorne

Class of 1966


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Kevin Baker
Class of 1982


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Lauree Gott
Class of 1982


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Dereck Treadwell
Class of 1993



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Clark Young
Class of 1968




A 1966 graduate of Old Town High School where he was a member of the football and baseball teams. Gary was also President of his senior class and participated in many clubs. Graduated from the University of Maine School of Law and Georgetown Law School. Was Army JAG, Penobscot County Assistant District of Attorney and admitted to the bar of U.S. Supreme Court. Served as voice of the UMaine hockey team from 1977-96. Helped bring professional baseball to the state as one of the owners of the AAA Maine Guides. Has become one of the most recognizable play-by-play voices in the country through his work with ESPN, ABC, Fox and NBC Networks, and is a four time Emmy Award winner. He has also been the voice of the New York Mets, New Jersey Devils and currently the Baltimore Orioles. Gary can also be seen calling the Olympic games and the Little League World Series.    







Kevin graduated from Old Town High School in 1968 as one of the best basketball players to ever wear the green and white. He is 5th on the all-time scoring list with 977 career points and was a key member of the 1967 team that won the state championship. Kevin was named to the 1967 Eastern Maine All-Tourney team and was on the Bangor Daily News All-State second team. Following high school he played two seasons at Husson College before enlisting in the U.S. Air Force. Kevin currently resides in England. 









A multi-sport athlete at OTHS, before graduating in 1982, Lauree excelled on the basketball court finishing her career with All-State honors. After her senior season she took her talents to the University of Maine where she scored 1,393 points and grabbed 781 reboundsAfter her playing days she took to the coaching ranks as head coach at Husson College where she led the team to their first ever 20 win season, posting a 26-2 record in 1987 and earning District 5 Coach of the Year honors. Lauree then spent four seasons as an assistant at Northeastern University before returning to to the state. She is currently a science teacher in Veazie and was a finalst for Maine Teacher of the Year and the Presidential Award for Excellence in Mathematics and Science Teaching.














Dereck graduated in 1993 after becoming a standout in cross country and track & field. He was also a four year member of those teams at the University of Maine where he became an All-American in the 1500 meters and mile. A 14-time All-New England selection, he was named the America East Conference indoor track male athlete of the year in 1997. Dereck was inducted into the UMaine Hall-of-Fame in 2008. He was a member of the NIKE Farm Team comprised of the most elite runners in the country and just missed making the 1996 Olympic team in the 1500 meters.
Dereck passed on his love of the sport to others as he served as the head cross country coach at Husson University and most recently Hartwick College. He recently moved back to Maine where he competes in cycling, his new sport of choice.











Clark graduated in 1968 with fellow Hall-of-Fame classmate Kevin Baker. The two were so dominant on the basketball court that they are still regarded as one of the all-time best guard combinations in the history of Maine high school basketball. Clark is currently 8th on the all-time scoring list with 889 points. More than half of them came during his senior season, one year after helping win the state championship. He was named to the Al-State team in 1967 and 1968. Clark currently resides in Southern Maine.
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