Medomak Valley girls soccer team defeated Lincoln Academy 3-1 in the Panthers den on Oct. 20. After 30 scoreless minutes, Abby Lash collected a Annie Vannoy shot off the right post and scored. O
Lincoln Academy opened their season with a 2-0 win over Oceanside in Thomaston on Oct. 15.
Lincoln Academy boys soccer team opened their season with a 3-1 win over Oceanside in the Eagles’ nest on Oct. 15.
Lincoln Academy and Boothbay Region field hockey teams battled to a 1-1 overtime tie on Oct. 14 under the lights in Newcastle. Kylie Brown scored on a penalty corner in the third period with Mara Gentry collecting the assist. Reegan Dunican scored the neutralizer in the fourth quarter on a hustle play and pass from Madison Phelps.
The Medomak Valley boys soccer team battled Oceanside to a scoreless tie on Friday, Oct. 9 in Thomaston.
Medomak Valley girls soccer team shut out Oceanside 5-0 on Friday, Oct. 9 on the Lady Panthers home turf. Annie Vannoy and Abby Lash converted a penalty kick each.
Medomak Valley hosted their first cross country meet of the season on Sept. 26 with Lincoln Academy. Racers lined up six feet apart at the start. There were no cow bells, roar of the crowd or cheers along the way, as the Kennebec Valley Athletic Conference made the tough decision during the COVID-19 pandemic to not allow spectators at any sporting events this fall.
The West Woods Trails are part of the Wiscasset Community Trails system. West Woods Trails start in the 83-acre Sortwell Memorial Forest, which is owned by the New England Forestry Foundation. The property was donated to the foundation in 1955 by Daniel R. Sortwell and serves as a working example of sustainable forest management.
Walter White, of Waldoboro, recently released his second sports history book, “Island Hoops & Scratches,” which is about playing basketball and billiards on Vinalhaven.
Knickerbocker Lake Public Access, owned by the town of Boothbay, is a carry-in site to 105-acre freshwater Knickerbocker Pond. The carry to the lake is less than 100 yards long and is a wide, gravel path with portions covered in wood chips. There is a nice, shallow beach area and floating dock on-site for easy access by a canoe or kayak.
Nature photographer Mark Allen, of Newcastle, loves spending his free time traveling the back roads of Maine in search of the perfect shot. Some days he spends 12-18 hours bumping along dirt roads at a snail’s pace, looking for wildlife in every clearing and every brook, bog, and pond along the way.
The Maine Principals’ Association announced Thursday, Sept. 10 that most fall sports have been given the green light to play under its revised “School Sports Guidance: Return to Competition for Competitive Athletics and Activities in Maine” policy. The two exceptions are football and indoor volleyball.
Submitted article MPA, MSBA, MSSA & Mills Administration Statements on Fall Sports in MaineSeptember 2, 2020 The Maine Principals’ Association, the Maine School Boards Association, the Maine School Superintendents Association, and the Mills Administration released the following statements today on interscholastic fall sports in Maine: “The Maine Principals’ Association agrees with the Department of Health […]
Former Medomak Valley High School softball coach Glenn Barbour passed away on Thursday, Aug. 20. He leaves behind a lasting legacy, both on the diamond and with everyone who grew to know and love him.