Shawn St. Cyr is returning to Lincoln Academy to coach wrestling. He has been involved with the Eagle wrestling program off and on for a number of years. In the past he has served as head coach, assistant coach and volunteer assistant coach. Most recently he has coached the Maine Trappers and USA Wrestling Maine East out of his facility in Somerville.
Robert ‘Radar’ Applebee is the new head girls basketball coach at Wiscasset high school. Wiscasset did not field a basketball team in 2020-21 due to the COVID-19 outbreak, but did offer after school skills development.
New Wiscasset high school varsity boys coach Rick Larrabee said he is on board for the long haul. He and new girls varsity coach Robert ‘Radar’ Applebee are both planning to work with young athletes at the recreation and middle school level to develop their skills to build their programs. They plan to involve the high school athletes in developing the skills of the younger kids.
Jed Harris will head up Medomak Valley wrestling this season. Harris is no stranger to wrestling at Medomak, having co-coached the varsity with Billy Bramhall for the past 12 years. He also coached at Medomak Middle School for two years and has coached at the Medomak Pee Wee level for 13 years.
As we head into the 2021-2022 winter season the Maine Principals’ Association (MPA), the Maine School Superintendents Association (MSSA), the Maine Athletic Administrators Association, the Maine Music Educators Association, the Maine School Boards Association, and the Maine Athletic Trainers Association offer the following recommendations for school-based extracurricular activities. All agencies agree that education-based activities, including music and performing arts programs, support students with their social, emotional, physical, and mental health and they play a key role in the community. We will continue to seek the safest ways to make activities available for young people across the state.
Medomak Valley senior Connor Daigle placed 26th at the New England Interscholastic Cross Country Championships, held Nov. 13 in Thetford, Vt. Daigle finished in 17:12, just three seconds shy of making the All New England cut.
Medomak will hold a girls youth basketball program this year, beginning Saturday, Nov. 20 and ending Saturday, Jan. 29, 2022. The program is open to girls in grades 3-6 in the RSU 40 School District.
On Saturday, Nov. 20 there will be a youth boys basketball clinic for grades 3 and 4 at Medomak Middle School from 9 to 10:30 a.m. On Saturday, Nov. 20 there will be a youth boys basketball clinic for grades 5 and 6 at Medomak Valley High School from 11 a.m. to 12:30 p.m.
Hermon upset top seed Medomak Valley 16-12 in a North C semi-final match on Nov. 6 in Bath. The Hawks jumped out to a 16-0 first half lead. Johnny Kokoska ran for the first touchdown. Hermon scored with two seconds left in the half, after the Panthers stopped them with goal line stands on second and third down. On the fourth down, Gary Glidden scored on a one yard run for the Hawks.
Medomak Valley High School senior Connor Daigle won the State Class B Cross Country Championship in a muddy affair on Saturday, Oct. 30, at Troy Howard Middle School in Belfast.
Seacoast Christian School, from South Berwick, defeated Coastal Christian School 4-3 to win the 2021 Maine Christian School Sports League championship. The game was played at Deering High School in Portland. Sunny Johnson scored two goals for Seacoast, including the game winner. Isaiah Cardinal and Luca Nyatsambo added a goal each. Coastal fell behind 4-1 […]
Medomak Valley senior Connor Daigle announced his verbal commitment to attend the University of Maine Orono next fall and compete in Division I cross country.
Top seed Medomak Valley football team sent #8 Nokomis packing in the first round of the playoffs on Oct. 30 in a muddy affair in Waldoboro. The Panthers won 14-6.
Yarmouth defeated Medomak Valley girls soccer team 1-0 in a South Class B quarter-final game on Oct. 30 in Yarmouth.
Four Boothbay-Wiscasset cross country runners placed in the top 30 at the State Class C championships, held Oct. 30 at Troy Howard Middle School in Belfast.