North Yarmouth Academy recently named its Edgar F. White Athletic Hall of Fame Class of 2012, which featured many familiar names. Coaches Charlie Hudson and Julia Sterling, along with Matt Greason (Class of 1997), Ray Johnson (Class of 1967) and Kelsey Wilcox (Class of 2002), were inducted. Hudson (far right) has coached cross country, ice hockey, tennis and golf during his 35-year career at the school. Hudson also teaches upper school history. Sterling (far left) coached the field hockey program to state championships in 2008 and 2010 and girls’ lacrosse to its first championship in 2010. (second from right) Greason was a soccer, ice hockey and baseball standout. Greason won the Travis Roy Award as a senior and went on to play hockey at Trinity College, where he is now the program’s head coach. Johnson (second from left) spent his senior year at NYA, excelling at football, basketball and lacrosse. He went on to play men’s basketball at Providence College. Wilcox (middle), who was The Forecaster’s NYA Fall Female Athlete of the Year in 2001, was a three-sport standout, excelling in soccer, ice hockey and lacrosse.