Lincoln County 11 and 12 softball all-stars defeated Waldoboro 15-0 by a four inning mercy ruling Monday night in Camden. Danielle Pinkham pitched a two hitter in the win. “She pitched a gem,” coach Roy Molt said. Molt said the shutout was a “testament to our defense as well.”
Midcoast South 14-year-old Babe Ruth all-stars won the District 2 championship in Searsport on Sunday.
The Maine Dept. of Inland Fisheries and Wildlife currently is accepting applications online for the Any-Deer Permit lottery.
The Waldoboro Recreation Dept. is accepting team registrations for the 2009 Adult Co-Ed Fall Softball League.
Returning and Waldoboro-based teams have first priority.
There is a short half-mile trail on the 125-acre Trout Brook Preserve in Alna. The preserve has 4200 feet of frontage on the lower reaches of Trout Brook as well as frontage along the main stream of the Sheepscot River.
Dirigo 10-11 All-stars won their second District 5 Championship title in a row on Sunday defeating Augusta 17-7 in four innings. There are four boys from Lincoln County on the team.
The annual Memorial Day Tournament was blessed with one of the grandest days we have seen in May.
The Damariscotta American Legions defeated Nobleboro Village Store 4-1 on Saturday to win the Lincoln Little League baseball championship.
Led by the Lincoln Academy Eagles and the Medomak Valley Lady Panthers, Lincoln County teams enjoyed mixed results in quarter final tournament action earlier today.
Medomak Valley’s softball team settled for the State Class B runner-up trophy for the second straight year. Fryeburg won the State Class B softball re-match with Medomak Valley on Saturday 2-1 in eight innings at St. Joseph’s College in Standish.
Results of Monday Senior Scramble at Sheepscot Links are as follows:
On May 25, team winners were Mark Patela, Dave Mullin, Bob Antognoni, and Norm Sawyer with a 65.
Lincoln Academy’s baseball team defeated Oak Hill 9-0 on May 11 in the West Class B quarterfinals in Newcastle.
The Medomak Valley Lady Panthers trounced visiting Dover Foxcroft to take a 17-0 win in East B preliminary action earlier this afternoon in Waldoboro.
The Bobtails won the Waldoboro Little League softball championship on Saturday, beating the Diamondbacks 8-6. Walks and passed balls were the name of the game.