Lincoln Academy girls lacrosse have shown steady improvement all season and were rewarded for their efforts with three straight wins this week.
Lincoln Academy lost another coach this week, 20-year veteran Clyde Pendleton. Pendleton announced his retirement after the softball spring awards. He has coached varsity softball for eight years. He also coached girls’ basketball for 12 years including varsity for four years and JV for eight.
The latest updates on scores throughout Lincoln County from The Lincoln County News as of Fri., June 12.
The top male and female runners in the Waldoboro Day 5K were teenagers from Medomak Valley High School.
Lincoln Academy’s baseball team split two games this week, losing to Belfast in makeup action on Saturday and beating Oak Hill 16-5 on Tuesday. The Eagles are 11-4 with one game to go, at Camden on June 3.
Medomak Valley softball coach Glenn Barbour was named KVAC Coach of the Year. The Lady Panthers finished their KVAC season with a 12-4 record.
Lincoln Academy, Medomak Valley and Wiscasset High School baseball teams all made the playoffs, as did Medomak’s softball team.
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.
Jimmy Davis struck out 12 (3H,1B) in a near perfect game for the Redskins in Wiscasset on Friday.
Lincoln Academy baseball won the battle with county rivals Medomak Valley on May 22 in Newcastle, 5-2.
Medomak Valley squeaked out a one run win in eight innings over Oak Hill at home on April 29. Kayla Santheson struck out 14 (2B,5H) to collect her first win of the year. Hall took the loss for Oak Hill (8K,2B,7H).
Wiscasset softball picked up their first win of the season on May 22, beating Monmouth 6-5 in Wiscasset.