Wiscasset Community Center Unsinkable swimmer Ben Milliken, 9, won the 50- backstroke at the Maine Winter Combined Championships and has qualified for the Eastern Zones in the age 10 and under age group. Eastern Zones will be held in Rochester, N.Y. the first week in April.
Central Lincoln Area Wrestling (CLAW) saw individual success in two home meets this week. CLAW lost to Mt. Ararat at the CLC YMCA on Feb. 26, then hosted a four team meet on Saturday at Lincoln Academy, falling to Mt.Valley, Camden and Bath.
Wiscasset High School announced their winter sports awards this week.
Lincoln Academy student, Dalton Kinney recently returned from an exciting trip to the 2009 Special Olympic World Winter Games, held in McCall, Idaho in February.
Kinney won two Bronze Medals in the 100 and 200 yard dash snowshoe events. He also collected a blue near miss medal in the 4×100 snowshoe relay, after he ran out of his snowshoe. The relay team was in first place when the mishap occurred. “I didn’t tighten it up enough,” Kinney said of his snowshoe straps.
The 13th annual Boothbay Region YMCA 3-on-3 basketball tournament will be held March 13 and 14 at the Marylouise Tandy Cowan field house.
Mogul skier extraordinaire Shane Johnson, 18 of Waldoboro, is having a solid year on the single and dual mogul circuit this winter. He is ranked 37th in single moguls and 21st in dual moguls in the USA, including members of the U.S. Ski Team.
CLC YMCA indoor soccer starts this week. There is still time to register for this session of YSports.
The four-week session is for ages 4 and 5, and Grades K-4.
Medomak Valley JV girls’ basketball team wrapped up their 2008-09 season with a perfect 17-0 record. This is the first time in the school’s history at Medomak Valley that a JV girls’ team has gone undefeated.
The CLC Y 3rd and 4th grade travel team competed in the St. George basketball tournament over the weekend.
Medomak 8th grade travel team defeated Rockland 47-33 to win the 30th annual Boothbay Region YMCA Basketball Classic on March 6-8.
Medomak Middle School Grade 8 boys’ basketball team won the Lincoln Academy Grade 8 invitational tournament on Feb. 26.
Katie Hagar ran third in her first race for NASCAR Drive for Diversity and Golden State Racing on March 21. Hagar hit the charts second fastest out of a field of 14 at Madera Speedway in practice.
Medomak Middle School 8th grade girls won the Lincoln Academy 8th grade tournament on March 4, beating Lincoln 40-17.
The Maine Dept. of Inland Fisheries and Wildlife now is accepting Moose Lottery Permit Applications online at www.mefishwildlife.com.
This year, as a result of a need to reduce spending, the IF&W will no longer be printing and mailing paper applications for the Moose Lottery.