Lincoln Academy boys cross country team won the South Class B Regional championship on October 21 at Twin Brook Recreation in Cumberland. The Eagles placed five scoring runners in the top 14, and had six runners place in the top 30 to qualify as individuals. Lincoln scored 41 points to beat out runner-ups Freeport with […]
Boothbay boys cross country team placed second in the South Class C Regional championships at Twin Brook Recreation in Cumberland on Oct. 21. Kyle Ames placed fifth and Blake Erhard sixth to lead the Seahawks. Boothbay boys qualified for States, as did Lady Seahawks Glory Blethen, Faith Blethen and Haley Abbott.
Medomak Middle School Boys and Girls soccer teams will compete in the Busline League Soccer Championships on Saturday, October 21 at Point Lookout in Northport. The boys will play Oceanside MS at 12 noon, and the girls will play Camden-Rockport MS at 2 p.m.
Sixth seed Freeport girls soccer team defended their home turf on Oct. 20 for a 2-1 win over 11th seed Lincoln Academy in a South Class B preliminary action. Falcon sophomore Catriona Gould floated in a high lofty shot over Eagle keeper Kortney McKenna late in the first half to give Freeport a 1-0 lead at […]
Lincoln Academy boys soccer team will host Mt.Valley on Wednesday, October 25 in a South Class B quarter-final match. They play under the lights at 6 p.m. on the William A. Clark field.
Lincoln Academy, Medomak Valley and Wiscasset girls soccer teams have qualified for post season play. Lincoln girls soccer will travel to Freeport on Friday, October 20 for a 3 p.m. South B prelim game. The game will be played at 96 Hunter Road in Freeport. Medomak Valley girls soccer will travel to Winslow on Saturday, […]
Lincoln Academy girls soccer team wrapped up their KVAC season at home Tuesday night with a 6-2 win over Belfast. Emily Harris netted three goals for the Eagles, and Paige Camp, Chelsea Williams and Anna Hatch one each. Olivia Lovejoy and June Robertson scored for Belfast.
Medomak was sitting on the playoff fence going into their season finale with Brunswick on Oct. 17 in a must win situation for the Panthers. Medomak took a 1-0 lead when Brandon Starr scored on a through pass from Zach Cheeseman. Jackson Tweedy tied the game before the half. After a scoreless second half, the […]
Wiscasset girls defeated Telstar 3-0 in the Wolverines season finale at their Homecoming game in Wiscasset Saturday night. Grace Webber scored the first goal after beating two Rebel defenders. Maeve Blodgett scored the second on a penalty kick, called after Vanessa Dunn was hauled down in the box. Dunn scored the third goal in the […]
Boothbay Region boys ran to victory in the Mt. Valley cross country championships held Sat. Oct. 14 at UMA. Boothbay girls placed third. Haley Abbott won the girls race in 21:16, followed by 8. Glory Belthen, 23:47; 17. Faith Blethen, 25:04; 47. Sada Smith, 31:51; and 48. Delly Clarkson, 33:43. Blake Erhard won the boys […]
Lincoln Academy boys cross country team won the KVAC championship on Sat. ,Oct. 14 at Cony High School in Augusta. The Eagles scored 21 points in the win by placing five scoring runners in the top eight in Class B. Sam Russ won the KVAC race in 17:44. Rounding out the scoring five were 3. […]
Over 200 runners competed in the 2017 Busline League cross country championship at Medomak Valley High School in Waldoboro on Oct. 11. Medomak Middle School’s Colby Brown was crowned the boys winner in 13:06, and Camden Rockport’s Elsie Hildreth the girls winner in 14:07. Camden boys and girls won the Busline team titles. Camden […]
Lincoln Academy’s boys soccer team silenced the Hornets of Leavitt 2-0 on Oct. 11 under the lights in Newcastle. The game was the final home game for the Eagles. After a scoreless first half, Nathan Simmons headed in a Terry Matsudo cross with 12;06 to go. Will Shaffer found net on a Simmons cross with […]
Madison defeated Wiscasset girls soccer 3-0 under the lights in Wiscasset on Oct. 11. Sidney LeBlanc and Jillian Holden scored first half goals for the Bulldogs. Ashley Emery added a goal with just under six minutes to play.
Lincoln Academy girls soccer team rallied from down 4-2 to tie Leavitt under the lights in the Hornets nest on Oct. 11. “The girls fought back and tied it up. We had some opportunities in overtime, just couldn’t score,” coach Donovan York said.