Waynflete announces 2024 Athletic Hall of Fame class

Waynflete has announced its Athletic Hall of Fame Class of 2024. The Hall of Fame selection committee has chosen four individuals to receive this special honor: 

Amanda Waterhouse Isgro ’98

Amanda Waterhouse Isgro ’98 had an impressive career as a Flyer. As a soccer player, she led the Flyers to state championships in 1995, 1996, and 1997. She was named the Maine Gatorade Soccer Player of the year in 1997 and also won Maine Sunday Telegram Soccer Player of the Year. On the lacrosse field, Amanda led her teams to state championships in 1997 and 1998 and was the leading scorer. She also found time to compete as an equestrian in many horse shows around New England, often finishing in the top three. Amanda attended Bates College, where she played soccer for four years. She scored four goals while leading Bates to the ECAC finals in 2000 and was named Bates Athlete of the Week during the 2001 season. Today, Amanda continues her passion for soccer as a varsity soccer coach for Temple Academy and is president of the Waterville Youth Soccer Association.

Matt Marston ’97

Matt Marston ’97 was a standout cross-country runner and lacrosse player for Waynflete. In 1996, he became the first Flyer to win an individual cross-country state championship. He also led the team to its first state title. Matt served as co-captain of the 1997 boys lacrosse team, which won Waynflete’s first boys lacrosse state title, and was named to the all-state team for lacrosse defense. He was a co-founder of the school’s Nordic ski team. Matt was chosen as Waynflete’s male athlete of the year in 1997 and competed in cross-country and lacrosse at St. Michael’s College. He is the owner of Basics Fitness and continues to support Waynflete as a parent of two student-athletes.

Christine Ordway Opperman ’09

Christine Ordway Opperman ’09 was a standout tennis player for the Flyers. She was a three-year team captain and state player of the year three times. She also won the state singles title in 2006, 2007, and 2009. Christine won a team title in 2006 and went on to win the New England Tennis singles title that same year. She attended Division 1 Cornell University, playing #1 and #2 singles and serving as team captain for two years. Christine continues to share her love for tennis as a middle school tennis coach at Alexandria Country Day School, where she is a learning specialist.

Brandon Salway
Former Assistant Athletic Director and Physical Education Teacher

Brandon Salway served the athletics and physical education programs at Waynflete for 34 years. He guided the boys soccer program to eight state championships and also led the 2013 girls basketball team to a state championship. Brandon was a beloved PE teacher who taught sports skills and movement over three decades while developing sportsmanship and a love of the game. As the assistant director of athletics, he supported all aspects of the program and mentored many young coaches. Brandon entered the Waynflete Athletics Hall of Fame in 2023 as coach of the 1993 boys soccer team. He is being honored individually in 2024 for his long record of outstanding service and success.

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