Pick-up field hockey games will be played at Lincoln Academy on Monday nights.
Medomak Middle School boys won the Busline League Track and Field Championships, held at Camden on Saturday.
Medomak Valley claims the East B Regional softball title over Erskine.
Medomak Valley’s East B preliminary softball game, scheduled for Tues., June 9, has been rescheduled for Wed., June 10 at 3 p.m.
Medomak Valley lost 2-1 to Fryeburg Academy in the State Class B Softball Championships on June 20.
Lincoln Academy baseball defeated Number 2 ranked Mt. Valley on Saturday, 7-5 to advance to the West Class B finals. The West B championship game against Greely will be held at St. Joseph’s College in Standish on Tues., June 16 at 3 p.m.
Lincoln Academy boys’ lacrosse coach George Workman was named KVAC Coach of the Year. Workman has coached at Lincoln for nine years, including as varsity coach for the past three years.
Medomak Valley’s softball successfully defended their Eastern Maine Class B crown Tuesday night in Brewer, with a 4-1 win over Erskine Academy.
Lincoln Academy’s baseball team travels to Mt.Valley in Rumford on Sat., June 13 to take on the Falcons in the West Class B semifinals. The winner advances to the West Class B championships. Game time is at 1 p.m.
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.