Four former St. Joseph’s College athletes and an administrator will be inducted into the college’s Athletics Hall of Fame at a banquet Nov. 12.

This year’s class includes the first husband-and-wife duo to enter the Hall — basketball standouts Mike McDevitt (Class of 1983) and Margaret (O’Brion) McDevitt (1982).

The other inductees are Stacy Gelinas (2002, women’s basketball), Randy Henry (1998, baseball) and Fred Stone (administrator).

Tickets for the ceremony are $30 for adults and $10 for children under 12, and should be purchased by Nov. 4. The evening starts with a cocktail reception at 5 p.m. in the Harold Alfond Center, followed by dinner and the induction ceremony at 6:30 p.m. in the Mercy Dining Hall.

Angela Bancroft, 41, of Paris finished seventh in her age group and 63rd overall among women at the Ironman Triathlon World Championship on Oct. 8 in Kona, Hawaii.

Bancroft, a Cape Elizabeth High graduate, completed the 2.4-mile swim, 112-mile bike ride and 26.2-mile run in 10 hours, 26 minutes. Her time was an hour faster than her finish at the 2009 World Championship.

Thornton Academy inducted three former athletes and three undefeated teams into its Hall of Fame on Saturday.

The individuals were Kenneth Luce (Class of 1939, football and basketball), Richard Kerry (1959, football and baseball) and Leslie Couture Mourmouras (1986, field hockey and track).

Also honored were the undefeated field hockey teams of 1956 and 1957 and the undefeated 1986 Class A football championship team.

Kenny Sweet, a 16-year-old junior at Deering High, bowled a perfect game in a Saturday morning youth league at Yankee Lanes.

Sweet, who uses a two-handed style, sports a 203 average. In his three-game series, he bowled scores of 209 and 226 before rolling 12 strikes for his first 300 game.

Sweet also plays football and baseball and runs indoor track for Deering.