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Class of 2012

The Midcoast Sports Hall of Fame inducted 4 members at the 6th annual induction ceremony on October 20
th at the Rockland Elks Lodge.  

The 2012 inductees are: the late Albert “Foggy” Bennett, George Gould, James Lombardo, and Andrew Williamson III. 

Honored Teams (inaugural year):
Lincoln Academy Girls' Basketball 1981-82 State Champions
Camden-Rockport Boys Basketball 1973-74 State Champions

Albert "Foggy" Bennett* from Camden was a standout at Camden High School in the late 1920s, where he excelled in baseball and basketball, including pitching a playoff win in 1927 to break a 4 way tie and give Camden High School the Knox Lincoln Championship, while scoring more than half of his team’s points for the 1927-28 Camden basketball team that claimed the Knox Lincoln Title.  In the 1930s, Bennett was a standout pitcher including leading Camden to 3 Twilight League championships, including the 1935 State Title.

Andy Williamson III from Jefferson, attended High School at Lincoln Academy, where he lettered in baseball, basketball and track between 1947 through 1951, and then while attending Bowdoin College from 1951 to 1955, Williamson played football and ran track.  After college, Williamson returned to Lincoln Academy where he was the school’s long time Track Coach, helping lead the Eagles to the 1959 State Championship and 10 straight Knox Lincoln Championships from 1961 to 1970.

George Gould of Waldoboro played basketball and baseball while running track and cross country in the 1960s at Waldoboro High, before attending CMVTI and lettering in basketball and baseball. Gould began his coaching career at Medomak Valley High School in 1982 and over the last 30 years, he has coached over 60 Varsity Teams and several sub Varsity teams, including coaching the Girls’ Cross Country team for the last 27 years, Girls Track and Field for 15 years and Girls Basketball for 11 years.  Gould has collected over 1,300 varsity wins, 9 KVAC Championships, 4 Regional Championship and led the 1989 Medomak Valley Girls Cross Country team to a 64-0 record and the State Title.


James Lombardo of Owls Head played 4 years of varsity baseball and 2 years of varsity football for Rockland District High School, including helping lead the Tigers’ Baseball team to the 1963 KVAC championship, hitting .353 during the season while going 8-1 on the mound.  After the Navy and College, Lombardo was a standout in men’s softball, leading Goldsmith’s of Rockland to State Championships in 1980 and 1986, with the 1986 team traveling to Spokane, Washington to represent Maine in the National Fast Pitch Tournament.