Class of 2018 Inductees

2018 Inductees


Clarence Burnett PIHS Class 1932​​ 


Burnett earned 14 varsity letters in football, basketball, baseball and track ​​ for the Wildcats. ​​ He was a two-time All- County football player and in

track set the County record for the 100-yard dash in 1931 as well as breaking the broad jump mark with a leap of 20 feet, 2 inches. He also played third base in baseball and hit better than .300. ​​ In basketball, Burnett was an Eastern Maine all-tournament guard as a junior and​​ senior and earned all-state honors his senior year. He was the Wildcats’

second-leading scorer as a sophomore and senior and teamed​​ with Verdelle Clark in what was considered to be the best backcourt​​ tandem ever to play at Presque Isle at the time. Burnett, who passed away in 1992, went on to work as a purchasing agent at Presque Isle Air Force Base and also served as a baseball umpire in the Maine-New Brunswick​​ League.


Angela Pulcifur Fleming PIHS Class 1997


Pulcifur Fleming was a standout​​ track and field performer for the

Wildcats who won the state championship​​ in the javelin as a senior with​​ a school-record throw of 116 feet, 1-1/2 inches. She also placed fifth in​​ the discus and graduated as the​​ school record holder in that event. ​​​​ Fleming was also an all-conference​​ soccer and basketball​​ player at Presque Isle and was part​​ of a state championship team in basketball as a senior. ​​​​ She went on to attend Colorado State University,​​ where she lettered in track and field for two​​ years and ranked among the top 20 all-time in the

javelin before transferring to the University of Maine. ​​​​ She set a U​​ Maine record in the 4-kilogram​​ hammer throw (158 feet, 9 inches), while placing​​ third at the 2001 New England championships. Fleming​​ also was the 2001 America East Conference runner-​​ up in that event and seventh in the javelin, and​​ lettered for two years in both indoor and outdoor​​ track. ​​​​ She subsequently spent five years in the Army​​ and today is a registered nurse with Aroostook Home​​ Health Services.


Todd Gammon PIHS Class 1991


Gammon earned three varsity​​ letters in soccer, two in basketball​​ and four in baseball at​​ Presque Isle High School. ​​​​ He racked up an impressive​​ list of athletic accomplishments​​ along the way. Gammon​​ was a conference/regional all-star​​ in all three sports, as well as conference MVP​​ and all-state in baseball as a junior and senior and​​ a McDonald’s senior all-star in basketball.​​ After a junior year in which he batted .600,​​ Gammon, a second baseman, led Presque Isle to​​ the Eastern Maine Class A baseball final his senior​​ season, hitting for .453 batting average to go​​ along with eight home runs and 27 RBI.​​ He was a two-year recipient of the Big​​ East Scholar-Athlete Award and went on to​​ graduate in the top five percent of his class. ​​​​ Gammon graduated from the University of​​ Maine in 1995 at now resides in Scarborough,​​ where he works for a Portland area firm in civil​​ engineer design and construction management.