Lincoln Academy boys basketball team defeated Morse 62-34 in the Eagles nest on Feb. 3. The Eagles were led by Gabe Hagar 14, Braxton Farrin 10, and Jack Duncan 8. The Shipbuilders were led by Gabe Morrison 9 and Gavin Bailargeon 8. Lincoln Academy girls basketball team beat Morse 39-37. Tied 20-20 at the end […]
Boothbay boys basketball team tamed the Cobras at Carrabec on February 2. The Seahawks trailed in first half action, before knotting the score 29-29 at the end of three. Boothbay was led by Gryffin Kristan with 14, and Luke Morely 12. Carrabec was led by Joe Gerhke 12 and Luke Carey 10.
Sixth seed Wiscasset knocked off third seed Nobleboro 68-47 on Feb. 1 in the first round of the Busline League playoffs. Wiscasset takes on Woolwich at Woolwich on Monday, Feb. 6 at 3:45 p.m. Wiscasset was led by Landin Shirey with 32 points (5-3’s) and Teagan Marr 11. Nobleboro was led by Oliver Blakesly 17 and Tyson Brown 13.
Medomak Middle School won their 11th straight Busline League cheering championship on February 1 at MMS in Waldoboro.
In a rare MVC double header, Mt.Valley defeated Wiscasset 68-35, and lost to Boothbay Region 61-46 on January 31. Leading the Falcons at Wiscasset were Zach New with 14 points. The Wolverines were led by Dylan Akers with 13 and Jevar Garricks 9.
Medomak Valley defeated Lincoln Academy 48-45 in a boys basketball game that came down to the wire on January 31 in Waldoboro.
After a slow start, Medomak Valley got their offense flowing in the second half to rally from behind to beat Lincoln Academy 49-33 in KVAC girls basketball action on January 31 in Newcastle.
Busline League Small Division Playoff Standings
Three Lincoln County wrestlers won KVAC championships on January 28 at Cony High School in Augusta. Adam St.Cyr (LA-120), Jayden Lafrenaye (LA-152), and Timber Parlin (EA- 182) placed first; Shamus Pease (MV-145), Giacomo Smith (EA-138), and Marsahll Addy (MV-220) placed third; and Cole Workman (LA-126) placed fourth.
Medomak Valley girls basketball team defeated Leavitt in the Hornets nest45-32 on Jan. 27. The Panthers were led by Addison McCormick with 17 points, and Audrey Jackson, Maddi Simmons and Maya Cannon with 6 each. Leavitt was led by Gabby Smith with 13 points.
Lincoln Academy boys defeated visiting Mt.View 90-56 on Jan. 24. The Eagles fell behind 14-6 in the first quarter, before rallying to take a 21-18 lead at the end of one. Lincoln went on a 14-4 run to kick off the second period. The Eagles led 37-28 at the half, and 62-45 at the end of three.
Oceanside put on a shooting clinic to beat the Pink Panthers 65-46 in KVAC boys basketball action on January 21 in Waldoboro.
Kents Hill robbed the Wolverines den for a 47-19 win on Jan. 21 in MVC girls basketball action. Kents Hill was led by 10 points from Lucy McDonald and eight from Logan McDonald. Wiscasset was led by Qiana Hyman with 10 points and Laila Dicus 7.
Wiscasset boys basketball team lost 80-19 on a long road trip to Carrabec on Jan. 21. The Cobras were led by Luke Cory with 23 and Bobby Lendon 13. Wiscasset was led by Jevar Garricks with 5, and Dylan Akers and Mason Clark 3 each.
Lincoln Academy boys and girls basketball teams defeated Leavitt on Jan. 21. The Lady Eagles hosted the Hornets, and won 37-36. Lincoln trailed by seven early in the final period, before rallying for the win. LA sank four of six foul shots in the final two minutes of play to build a four point lead, led by a three for four effort from Natalie Kaler. Gabby Smith hit a 3-pointer for the Hornets with nine seconds remaining.