• The Maine Sports Legends will add 10 inductees into its Hall of Honors on Oct. 7 at the Alfond Youth Center in Waterville.
The inductees are Charles Lockhart, Ralph Sweetser, Woody Dunphy, Dave Maxcy, Al Hackett, Dennis Kiah, Moe McNally, John Osbourne, Bob Bourget and Karol L’Heureux.
The induction banquet begins at 12:30 p.m. following a social half hour. Tickets are $35 at reserved tables of eight and can be obtained by calling 622-1539 or by emailing PaulMcClay@msn.com.
• The Midcoast Sports Hall of Fame will induct four new members — Albert “Foggy” Bennett, Andrew Williamson III, George Gould and James Lombardo — on Oct. 20 at the Rockland Elks Lodge.
Bennett was a baseball and basketball standout at Camden High in the late 1920s.
Williamson lettered in baseball, basketball and track at Lincoln Academy from 1947 to 1951, played football and ran track at Bowdoin, and was a longtime track coach at Lincoln Academy.
Gould played four sports — basketball, baseball, cross country and track — at Waldoboro High in the 1960s, lettered in basketball and baseball at Central Maine Tech, and has coached several sports over the last 30 years at Medomak Valley High.
Lombardo played baseball and football at Rockland High and was a standout in men’s softball, leading Goldsmith’s of Rockland to state championships in 1980 and 1986 and to the National Fast Pitch Tournament in 1986.
• Southern Maine Community College will induct Andy MacVane and Erica Davis into its Athletics Hall of Fame on Oct. 13 at the McKernan Center. MacVane led SMCC to Maine Small College Conference basketball titles in 1993-94, and Davis starred in women’s basketball and softball, earning USCAA All-America status in softball in 2006.
• Zack Brett Crouanas, using an 8-iron, aced the 148-yard third hole at Val Halla on Aug. 23. Crouanas was playing with Mike Walker and Erik Parechanian.
• Jeff White aced the seventh hole at Great Chebeague Golf Club on Sept. 7. Bill Allen and Joe Pierce witnessed the 110-yard shot.
• Michael Buzbaum made a hole-in-one on the seventh hole at Great Chebeague Golf Club on Sept. 14. Michael used a wedge for the 110-yard shot, which was witnessed by Bob Buxbaum, Tom Wilcox and Tom Loonie.
• Clarence Cadorette carded an ace on the 125-yard 15th hole at the Biddeford-Saco Country Club on Sept. 10. Cadorette, in a group with Phil Kopetski and Norm Lalibertie, used a 7-iron.
• Jonathan Cunningham made a hole-in-one on the 13th hole at Spring Meadows Golf Club on Sept 10. Cunningham used a 52-degree wedge for the 97-yard shot. It was witnessed by Anthony Makela and Julia Cunningham.
• Kathy Mazziotti got her first hole-in-one on Sept. 14 at Dunegrass Golf Club. Mazziotti made the 89-yard shot on the eighth hole, using an 8-iron. Her husband, Steve, witnessed the shot.
• Paul Godfrey recorded a hole-in-one on Sept. 15 at Sebasco Harbor Resort. He made the shot on the 127-yard second hole, using a 7-iron.
• Brandon Wohl, playing in a foursome with Chris King, Jim McKay and Chad Allen, aced the 142-yard 11th hole at Val Halla with a 9-iron on Sept. 15.
• Earl Fargo made his first career hole-in-one Sept. 16 at Rockland Golf Club. Fargo used a 5-iron on the 125-yard 18th hole. Bob Wiggins, Len Goeke and Bob Cremonni witnessed the shot.
• Tom McNaboe made his fourth career ace on the 17th hole at Portland Country Club. McNaboe used a 5-wood for the 185-yard shot, which was witnessed by Mike McNaboe, Mike Francoeur and Steve Tsujiura.
• Sandy Nesbit scored a hole-in-one on the 160-yard sixth hole at Bath Golf Club on Sept. 21. Nesbit used a 5-iron for the shot, which was witnessed by Butch Presby, Nancy Presby and Brian Hatch.
• Sara Labbe of Portland aced the fourth hole at Riverside Golf Course on Sept. 21. Labbe used an 8-iron for the 142-yard shot, which was witnessed by Thomas Deburgh of Portland, Conrad Perry of South Portland and Joe Menereo of Windham.
• Bob Hurd, partnered with Tom Parnell against John Nappi and Phil Clark during the Two-Man Championship at Brunswick Golf Club on Sept. 22, used a 5-wood to ace the 174-yard fourth hole for his second hole-in-one.