After a one-year absence, Lincoln Academy boys’ basketball team made a short run in the West Class B playoffs at the Portland Expo. The Valentine’s Day match-up with Falmouth was not very sweet for the Eagles, who lost 68-42 in a lopsided quarterfinal game. Falmouth jumped out to a 21-6 first quarter lead, and led 29-18 at the half and 53-32 at the end of three. Falmouth was the third seed, and Lincoln the seventh seed.
Lincoln Academy basketball action.
Third seeded Presque Isle eliminated the Lady Panthers from the East Class B tournament Friday night in Bangor, 62-34. Medomak led briefly in the first quarter when Danielle Dyer settled a three in the opening minutes. The hot shooting Wildcats of Presque Isle rattled off 10 straight points to take the lead for good.
Louis Doe Home Center in Newcastle has been designated as one of the 22 weigh stations for the 2009 Maine Chevrolet Statewide Ice Fishing Derby. The derby will be held Sat.-Sun., March 7, 8 from 7 a.m. to 4 p.m.
Medomak Middle School Grade 8 boys’ basketball team defeated Boothbay 48-45 to advance to the Busline League Championships, to be held Wed., Feb. 4 at Medomak Middle School at 5:45 p.m.
Eighth seed Wells jumped out to an 11-0 lead over ninth seed Lincoln Academy girls in West Class B preliminary action in Wells Feb. 11, and held on for a 44-36 win.
Three Medomak Valley wrestlers placed at the Eastern Maine Class B championships, held at Medomak Valley on Saturday, to qualify for the State Class B championships to be held at the Augusta Civic Center on Feb. 7.
The Maine Association of Basketball Coaches announced the 2009 Maine McDonald’s High School Senior All-Star teams on Feb. 18.
Thomaston girls’ basketball team defeated GSB 44-34 to win the Busline League small division championship at Lincoln Academy on Feb. 11.
Lincoln Academy’s wrestling team placed fourth at the Western Maine Class B Regionals, held in Wells on Saturday.
Children sat anxiously by wooden traps, peering into a hole in the ice, waiting for a fish to bite on Saturday at the Lincoln County Fish & Game Association’s Youth Ice Fishing Day on Pemaquid Pond.
Wiscasset boys keep their title hopes alive with a win over Winthrop.
Wiscasset and Boothbay girls’ basketball teams battled each other every step of the way in an exciting Mt. Valley Conference match-up Monday night in Wiscasset.
The CLC YMCA gymnastics team competed in three meets this season, at Ellsworth with Bath and MDI on Jan. 4, at Oxford with Rumford on Jan. 25, and at Waterville with Bangor and Auburn on Feb. 1.