The Maine Sports Hall of Fame will induct 13 members in Sunday’s ceremony at the Collins Center at the University of Maine. Along with Madison native Bobby Wilder, who quarterbacked the University of Maine football team from 1984 to 1987 and is currently head football coach at Old Dominion University, here is a look at the other 12 inductees.

• Jason Bartlett: A Windsor native, Bartlett has more than 7,000 wins in his harness racing career, and has represented the United States in the world championships.

• Dana Bullen: As president of Sunday River ski resort for more than a decade, Bullen helped the growth of the ski industry in Maine.

• Reagan Carey: A 2001 graduate of Colby College, Carey played ice hockey and volleyball for the Mules. She is now the general manager of the USA women’s ice hockey team. In 2015, she launched the USA Hockey U18 Select Women’s National Camp at the University of New England in Biddeford. The camp brings the top 66 players in the country for their developmental camp.

• Patrick Dempsey: A Maine native, the actor created the Dempsey Challenge, an annual bicycling event that has raised millions of dollars to fight cancer in Maine.

• Dewey Dewitt: Known as the Voice of Aroostook County, Dewitt has broadcast sports in northern Maine for more than six decades.

• Tammy Jacques: A world-class cyclist and mountain bike racer, Jacques was an alternate for the 1996 Olympic mountain biking team, and earned 20 top five World Cup podium finishes in her career.

• Bob McAllister: A Bangor native, McAllister climbed the ranks of basketball officiating, becoming Maine’s only NBA referee.

• Dick Meader: A Solon native, Meader has enjoyed a long and successful career coaching men’s basketball at Thomas College and the University of Maine at Farmington. Meader has more than 400 career wins.

• Anita Murphy: As coach, Murphy led Lewiston High School tennis teams to 12 state titles. Murphy was named national Girls Tennis Coach of the Year in 2008 and 2011.

• Carl Nelson: The longtime head trainer at Colby, Nelson worked at Colby from 1959 to 1993, and worked at the 1972, 1976, and 1980 Winter Olympics.

• Leroy Patterson: A Bangor native, Patterson earned a scholarship to play football at the University of Cincinnati. In basketball, Patterson led Bangor to the 1962 Eastern Maine championship and was twice named All-State. Patterson also was an outstanding baseball player.

• Kristen Kenoyer Woodland: A Whitefield native, Woodland won state, regional and national gymnastics titles. She was the first Mainer to reach the elite level of USA Gymnastics. At the University of Utah, she earned 14 first-team All-America honors, and won the 1992 NCAA vault championship.

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