Two Lincoln Academy graduates, Tom Masters and Eric Organ, coached the NYA Panthers boys soccer team to a South Class D Regional championship over Richmond on Wednesday, Nov. 6 at Lewiston High School.
On the playing surface, Medomak Valley and Lincoln Academy are fierce rivals, but when the chips are down, athletic directors from both schools have extended the olive branch and come to each other’s aid time and time again.
Boothbay-Wiscasset’s Will Perkins is the Class C State Cross-Country Champion.
Lincoln Academy’s Jarrett Gulden is the cross-country State Class B runner-up.
Seventh seed York upset second seed Medomak 2-1 on Oct. 30 under the lights at Lincoln Academy in a South Class B quarter-final match. The upset win handed the Panthers their first heart breaking loss of the season. The Panthers jumped out to a 1-0 lead on their first shot of the ball game on an Ian Doughty corner kick. Will Smith headed in the kick to give Medomak a 1-0 lead less than five minutes into the contest.
Medomak Valley girl’s cross country team has been voted as the winner of the 2019 North Class B Maine Principals’ Association Good Sportsmanship Award.
Medomak Valley girls soccer team will travel to Yarmouth on Sat., Nov. 2 for a South Class B semi-final game.
Sixth seed Medomak Valley girls soccer team upset third seed Erskine Academy 1-0 in a South Class B quarter-final game in South China on Tues., Oct. 29. Hannah Prock ran onto a Grace White cross midway through the first half and one timed it into the back of the Eagles net.
Fourth seed Freeport girls soccer team defeated fifth seed Lincoln Academy 4-0 under the lights in the Falcons nest on Tues., Oct. 29 in a South Class B quarter-final game. Catriona Gould netted three goals and Rachel Wall one. Carly Intraversato collected three assists with breakaway passes.
Medomak Valley boys soccer team will host York on Wed., Oct. 30 at Lincoln Academy. The South Class B quarter-final game will start at 5:30 p.m.
Will Perkins won the South Class C Regional cross country championship to lead Boothbay-Wiscasset to a Regional Runner-up finish. Perkins won in 17:16. Rounding out the scoring five for Boothbay-Wiscasset were 14. Graham Harris, 16. Nathan Chatterton, 30. Griffyn Kristan, and 35. Lucas Hardwick.
Medomak Valley girls soccer team defeated Leavitt 2-0 in a South Class B preliminary game, held at Lincoln Academy on Oct. 26. Unofficial scoring saw Annie Vannoy score on a direct kick less than three minutes into the second half. Sadie Cohen headed in a Vannoy corner kick six minutes later.
York defeated Lincoln Academy 5-1 in a South Class B preliminary boys soccer game in York on Oct.26. York jumped out to a 2-0 lead on two goals from Quenton Convery, including one less than a minute into the contest. Eagle keeper Tiger Cumming was injured on the play and missed half of the first half.
Lincoln Academy boys cross country team placed four runners in the top 23 to place third at the South Class B Regionals, held Oct. 26 at Twin Brook Recreation in Cumberland. Senior Jarrett Gulden was South B Regional runner up in a three man foot race to the finish line. Jojo Martin placed seventh, Cameron Nelson 21st and Kaleb Brackley-Prouty 23rd.
Medomak Valley girls cross country team placed four runners in the top 20 to finish second in the North Class B Regional championships, held on Oct. 26 at Troy Howard Middle School in Belfast. Mackenzie Emerson placed 11th, Olivia Parent 12th, Serena Blasius 16th and Emily Mahoney 19th. Laci Peavey rounded out the scoring five in 56th place. The Lady Panthers qualified for States.