Lincoln Academy field hockey opened their season with a 2-1 win at Oceanside on Sept. 1.
Tryouts at MVHS begin Mon., Aug. 16. Below are times and coaches contact information for each sport. The times below are for pre-season and will change once school begins.
Bailey Plourde, of Newcastle, won the Maine Women’s Amateur Golf Tournament by six strokes on Wednesday, July 21.
Third seed Damariscotta Lions won the Midcoast Babe Ruth championship on July 11 in a best of three series against Granite Coast. The Lions upset second seed Rockland Ford on July 10 to advance to the championship series. Granite Coast got past PG Willey and knocked off top seed Waldoboro 9-7 on July 10 to advance to the finals.
Lincoln Academy still has space available in its summer soccer clinic for young athletes entering grades 3-8 this summer. The camp will run from 9 a.m. to noon, July 12-16.
After a year off due to COVID-19, the Lincoln Academy coed summer basketball camp is back on for 2021. There will be two sessions, the first from June 28 through July 2 and the second from July 5-9.
Nicholas MacPhee, of Walpole, broke a world record at the Old Orchard Beach Scottish Highland Games on June 5. MacPhee won all events at the games, including setting a world record in the weight over bar event.
Cape Elizabeth softball defended their home diamond for a 1-0 win over Medomak Valley on Sat., June 12 in a South Class B Regional semi-final game. After six and a half scoreless innings, and with two outs in the bottom of the seventh, Caper Esme Song hit a walk off single scoring Clara Parker for the winning run.
Sixth seed Medomak Valley softball upset third seed Morse in a South Class B quarter-final game on June 10 in Bath. The Lady Panthers rallied in the top of the seventh to win 8-7.
Gray NG softball raided the Eagles nest for a 3-0 win in South Class B Regional playoff action on June 10.
Medomak Valley junior Connor Daigle was denied the opportunity to run for a cross-country state championship last fall due to a COVID-19 outbreak at the school, but he made up for it in grand fashion on Saturday, June 5 at the state Class B track and field championships in Bath.
Sixth seed York baseball defeated Medomak Valley 13-3 on June 8 in a South Class B preliminary game in York. The game was delayed due to a thunder storm, and ended after six innings due to a 10 run mercy ruling. Mather collected the win, and Isaac McCollett took the loss.
Third seed Wells defeated 14th seed Lincoln Academy 4-0 in a South Class B Regional preliminary match-up on June 8 at Wells. Brown and Ramsey combined in the shut out win. Nathan True had a solid outing in the loss (6H, 2B, 10K).
Lincoln Academy girls lacrosse team (3-9) defeated Traip 15-8 in the Eagles nest on Tues., June 8 to pick up the program’s very first tournament win, since the program began in 2003. The Lady Eagles advance to play second seed Maranacook (9-3) in Readfield on Sat., June 12 at 1 .m.