Ken Lynch

Ken Lynch was the backcourt mate of Brett Brown’s on the South Portland High School’s legendary 1979 basketball team; they were a formidable duo. Ken was a first team All-State selection his senior year,1979, as his team wrapped up a Gold Ball 21-0 season. Ken was named the Vinal Trophy winner emblematic of the MVP of the Western Maine tournament in 1979. Ironically, his dad Ray won the award as a schoolboy in the late ‘40s, making them the only father/son in history to win the award. Ken went on to play at Bowdoin College where he was a four- year starter and was captain his senior year.