Boothbay- Wiscasset runner Will Perkins placed fifth in State Class C cross country, held at Troy Howard Middle School on Oct. 27, in a time of 17:31. Fox Elder placed 34th, followed by 36.. Graham Harris, 39. Blake Erhard, 45. Mason Erhard, 53. Nathan Chatterton and 87. Ryan Russell. Boothbay Region runner Faith Blethen placed […]
Medomak Valley girls cross country team placed 11th at the State Class B championships, held at Troy Howard Middle School in Belfast on Sat., Oct. 27. Ellsworth won the State team title and Yarmouth was second. Lady Panther Serena Blasius placed 30th, followed by 49. Mackenzie Emerson, 75. Alexis Parent, 80. Emily Mahoney, 88. Reese […]
Lincoln Academy boys cross country team placed second at the State Class B championships in Belfast on Sat., Oct. 27. The Eagles lost to York by just six points. Jarrett Gulden placed fifth in 16:32 and Sam Russ seventh in 16:58. Jojo Martin broke into the top 20 with a 16th place finish in 17:17. […]
The MPA announced on Fri., Oct. 26 that it will move the time of Saturday’s (Oct. 27) State cross country championships up in an effort to beat the pending storm. The races will take place at Troy Howard Middle School in Belfast. The new times are as follows: A – Boys 10:00 a.m.; Girls 10:35 […]
Medomak Valley girls soccer team defeated Caribou 2-1 on penalty kicks in a North Class B quarter-final match-up at Lincoln Academy on Oct. 24. Edie Shea gave Caribou a 1-0 halftime lead. Sadie Cohen converted a Cassi Smeltzer corner kick in the second half to knot the score. The two teams battled through two 15 […]
The Medomak Valley girls soccer North B quarter-final playoff game against Caribou, scheduled for today, Wed., Oct. 24 will be played on the William A. Clark turf field at Lincoln Academy in Newcastle. The time of the game has been moved to 3 p.m.
Fifth seed Cape Elizabeth boys soccer team defended their home turf for a 5-0 win over fourth seed Lincoln Academy under the lights on Oct. 23 in a South B quarter-final match-up. Scoring for Cape were Archie McEvoy, Calvin Stoughton, Killian Lathrop, Gavin Simopouos and John O’Connor.
Gray New Gloucester robbed the Eagles for a 5-0 upset win in South Class B preliminary action on Sept. 20 under the lights in Newcastle. Scoring for GNG were Brianna Jordan with three, and Jordan Grant, West Duffy and Laurel Hamal with one each.
Great Salt Bay School boys soccer team won the Busline League championship on Oct. 20 at Lookout Point in Linconville. The Cougars captured a 3-2 double overtime win over Oceanside. Jack Duncan scored both goals for GSB.
Medomak Valley girls soccer team defeated John Bapst in a North Clas sB preliminary game in Waldoboro on Oct. 20. Abby Lash gave the Lady Panthers a 1-0 lead in the first half. Medomak pumped in four second half goals.
Three local cross country teams qualified for State championships on Sat., Oct. 20. Boothbay boys placed third in South Class C. Lincoln Academy boys placed fourth in South Class B. Medomak Valley girls placed fifth in North Class B. In addition, Faith and Glory Blethen, of Boothbay, placed in the top ten to qualify for […]
Fourth seed Medomak Valley girls soccer team defeated John Bapst 5-0 on Sat., Oct. 20. They take on fifth seed Caribou on Wed., Oct. 24 in a North B quarter-final match-up. Game time is 2:30 p.m. Fourth seed Medomak Valley boys soccer team lost to third seed Mt.View 1-0 in a North Class B preliminary […]
Medomak Valley girls soccer team wrapped up their KVAC season with a 4-0 win over visiting Gardiner on Oct. 16. Stephanie Morse netted two goals and Maddy White and Aubrey Schaeffer one each in the win.
Lincoln Academy girls soccer team wrapped up their season with a 6-2 win at Belfast on Oct. 16. Madi Bradbury scored two first half goals, and Madeline York, Paige Camp, Schuyler Farrell and Chloe Bryant scored a goal each for the Eagles. June Robertson scored both goals for the Lions.
Lincoln Academy boys soccer team wrapped up their KVAC season with a 5-0 win over Belfast Tuesday night in the Eagles nest. Will Shaffer and Troy Nguyen scored two goals each and Jorge Pulido-Fernadez one