Varsity Boys Basketball Coach from 1979 - 2000 at Winthrop High School
325 career wins
Led Winthrop to 21 tournament appearances in 22 years of coaching
Numerous Coach of the year Awards
Back to back state championships in 1992 and 1993
Inducted into the inaugural class of the Kennebec Valley YMCA Hall of Fame for coaching achievements and contributions to the youth of the kennebec valley
Currently assistant Men's Basketball coach at the University of Southern Maine
Coach Hunt has coached at Digby Regional High School and Horton District High School in Nova Scotia where his teams were perennial powers. During his stay in Nova Scotia he was heavily involved with Basketball Nova Scotia. Coach Hunt was President of Basketball Nova Scotia, Technical Director of Basketball Nova Scotia, and coached an Atlantic Juvenile Championship team. Coach Hunt also found time to be an Assistant Men s coach at Acadia University in Wolfville, Nova Scotia.
In the State of Maine, Coach Hunt has guided the Medomak Valley High School and Cony High School teams. Coach Hunt was chosen by his peers to be Coach of the Year seven times. His coaching career has produced 330 wins. Coach Hunt continues to keep educating as he is a teacher in the Augusta, Maine school district. He was honored as Augusta Schools Teacher of the Year in 2010.
Coach Kendrick is the Head Coach of the U.P.E.I. Panthers Men's basketball team. In his first season at U.P.E.I., he led the Panthers to their best record since 1994, and was voted 2011/12 AUS Coach of the Year. Prior to joining the Panthers, he led Horton High School to two Provincial Championships, 16 Regional titles, a Canadian National Record 73 game winning streak, and amassed an overall record of 707-189 over 22 years.
Coach Kendrick has also coached in several National and International events, including tournaments in the USA, Taiwan, and Australia. As a player, Kendrick achieved All-Canadian status in 1984 and 1985.
Coach True recently finished his 16th year coaching Varsity Girls' Basketball. In Coach True's 8 years at Lake Region, his teams have won 4 Conference Championships, 4 Regional Championships, and 2 Sportsmanship Banners. Also, Maine State "B" Champions 2014.