Brad Galley, a former college coach and a local banker in Rockland, has purchased the rights to a pro basketball franchise in the Pro Basketball Association. The team is named the Midcoast Sternmen.
Medomak Valley cheerleaders brought home more bling to add to an already packed trophy case. The Panther squad won silver at the Maine Virtual State Class B championships, behind five time champions Hermon High School.
Midcoast Athletic Center in Warren announced their Midcoast High School All-Star team on March 31. The all-star roster includes top players from all schools in the Midcoast “pod”.
Medomak Valley won the 2021 KVAC cheering championship with a score of 60.8. Morse High School placed second with 54.4 points. The event was held virtually with each team recording their routine and submitting it electronically to a panel of judges.
Camden Hills boys basketball team defeated Medomak 50-41 for the Kno-Wal-Lin Tournament championship on March 11 in the Panthers den. The Windjammers netted the first 12 points of the ball game led by three 3-pointers from Jeremy Fraser. Medomak stayed within striking distance all game, but Camden led 12-5 at the quarter break, 30-25 at the half and 36-31 at the end of three.
The undefeated Oceanside girls basketball team held off the Lady Panthers to win the Kno-Wal-Lin tournament championship on March 11 in Rockland. Medomak led 10-7 at the quarter, led by two 3-pointers from Alyssa Creamer.
Lincoln Academy girls basketball team wrapped up their season on March 9 with a 45-40 win over Richmond in the Eagles nest. Richmond led 10-5 at the quarter and 21-19 at the half, before the Lady Eagles rallied in the third on three 3-pointers from Maddy York to take a 33-31 lead into the break. Lincoln held on in wild fourth quarter, making five of eight foul shots in the final 32 seconds of play to pull out the five point win.
Lincoln Academy snapped a nine game losing streak on March 9 with a 61-47 win on the road at Richmond. The Eagles finish the season with a 2-9 record.
Medomak Valley girls basketball team defeated Camden Hills 37-29 on March 8 in the Kno-Wal-Lin COVID tournament.
Medomak held off the aggressive Mustangs for a 64-47 win on March 8 in the Kno-Wal-Lin COVID Invitational Tournament. With the win, the Panthers advance to Thursday’s (March 11) championship game home against Camden Hills.
Medomak Valley girls and boys basketball teams will host Kno-Wal-Lin COVID Basketball Tournament Semi-final games on Monday. The girls will play at 5 p.m. against the winner of the Belfast vs. Camden game, and the boys will play at 7 p.m. against Mt. View.
Due to a positive COVID-19 case at Boothbay Region High School, the school has moved to remote learning.
Medomak Valley’s bench saw plenty of action in their 74-33 win over Lincoln Academy in boys basketball action on March 2 in the Eagles nest.
Medomak Valley girls basketball team robbed the Eagles nest for a 52-37 win on March 2. After a slow start from both teams (5-5 at the quarter), the Lady Panthers netted 18 points in the second period to take the game for good. Medomak led by as many as 13 in the third quarter, before Lincoln netted three straight baskets to pull within seven heading into the final period. Senior Abby Lash netted 10 points in the final period, including two 3-pointers to lead Medomak to victory.
Boothbay Region High School will be hosting double header basketball games against Lincoln Academy on Thursday, March 4. The boys will play at 4:30 p.m. and the girls at 7 p.m.