Ken Stone

Ken Stone was a high-scoring machine for Deering High School and a First Team All-State selection in 1959. An adept ball handler with size and strength to score inside, Stone was the best player in the tough S.M.A.A. He played at Colby College for legendary coach Lee Williams. When Stone graduated in 1964, he was the Mules’ career scoring leader with 1,500 points in just 74 games (20.3 point per game). He’s currently ninth on the scoring leaderboard.