Don Dwight

2002 Inductee

Don Dwight was a three-sport star during his Junior and Senior years, winning five MVP awards during those years. Morrison enjoyed some of its greatest success on the field and basketball court when he played. Dwight was the leading scorer of a soccer team that enjoyed a record of 15-6-4 his junior and senior years. In basketball Dwight averaged 17.1 points per game and led a team in rebounding that went 49-5 en route to back to back chopsticks wins and Morrison’s first ever Hong Kong Invitational Championship. At the time of his induction Dwight was sixth on the all time scoring list with 940 points, and was second for rebounds in a season with 390. In track and field, Dwight twice won the Outstanding Athlete Award at the American All-Island Track Meet. He left school with records in the high jump, long jump, triple jump, and 400 relay and is still number two all time in the shot put.

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