Hall of Fame
Class of 2022 Athletic Hall of Fame
Waynflete is pleased to announce the inaugural class of our newly established Athletic Hall of Fame. The Hall of Fame selection committee has chosen four individuals to receive this special honor and be recognized at a ceremony during Reunion Weekend. The members of the inductee Class of 2022 are Ron Hall, Jeff Madore, Martha Veroneau ’13, and Morgan Woodhouse ’10.
The Waynflete Athletic Hall of Fame was established this year to recognize and honor those Waynflete athletes, coaches, administrators, supporters, and teams who excelled in their respective sports or coaching/support roles, and who brought honor, recognition, and excellence to the school.
Please save the date to join us on Saturday, May 14, at 2:15 p.m. at the Fore River Campus to honor our inaugural Athletic Hall of Fame class.
On Saturday, May 7, we will be holding a small ceremony at the Fore River Campus before the girls lacrosse game to present Martha Veroneau ’13 and and Morgan Woodhouse ’10 with their awards. Unfortunately, they are both unable to attend the May 14 induction. All are welcome!
Ron Hall, Coach and Administrator
Ron Hall, former head of school, Upper School director, development director, admissions director, and athletic director, has been a dedicated administrator, coach, mentor, and fan. Over his many years at Waynflete, Ron was not only responsible for developing many sports programs at the school, he also coached numerous Upper School teams, including soccer, basketball, hockey, skiing, tennis, and lacrosse. The Fore River Campus’s lower field was named Hall Field to honor Ron for his significant contributions to Waynflete Athletics.
Jeff Madore, Coach
Jeff Madore began coaching girls varsity tennis in 2002, leading the team to class C state championships in 2002 and 2006. Since he began coaching boys varsity tennis in 2007, Jeff has led Waynflete to 15 class C state championships, including 13 consecutive championships (2008–2021). Jeff has been recognized by the Portland Press Herald numerous times as Coach of the Year, and was the Maine State and New England Tennis Coach of the Year in 2019.
Martha Veroneau ’13, Athlete
Martha Veroneau, Class of 2013, was a class C individual cross-country champion in 2009 and a state champion basketball player who was selected as Miss Maine Basketball in 2013. She was a 1,000-point scorer, Waynflete’s all-time leading scorer, and holds the state tournament record for points scored in a game (47). Martha was a three-time lacrosse state champion, was the Portland Press Herald’s Athlete of the Year in 2013, and was the Press Herald’s Lacrosse Player of the Year in 2012 and 2013.
Morgan Woodhouse ’10, Athlete
Morgan Woodhouse, Class of 2010, was an All New England soccer player, a two-time state champion, and was twice selected as the class C soccer player of the year. She was a Miss Maine Basketball semi-finalist, a 1,000-point scorer, and a Western Maine Conference Butler award winner. Morgan was named an All American in lacrosse, was twice a state champion, and was Waynflete’s senior athlete of the year.