Lincoln Academy boys’ tennis team defeated Waterville 3-2 on May 28 to win the KVAC championship. The Eagles rang the school bell Friday morning in celebration of their win.
Oak Hill raided Medomak in Waldoboro on April 29 for an 8-7 win. The Raiders took full advantage of four Panthers errors. Dale Winchenbach (5K, 3B, 7H) took the loss.
Wiscasset boys’ tennis wrapped up their Mt. Valley season Tuesday with a 3-2 loss to Hall-Dale. The Redskins beat Mt. Abram 3-2 on May 20 and lost 5-0 to Monmouth on May 22. Wiscasset ended the regular season with a 5-6 record and look to be seeded fourth or fifth in post season play.
Medomak girls won the 3200 relay, Chelsea Wochomurka won the 3200, Morgan Baum the javelin, Josh Parmenter won the 300 hurdles and Alex MacKenzie the high jump for Medomak in a 10-team track and field meet at Belfast on May 22.
Medomak Valley softball clipped the Eagles on Friday, 5-3 in Newcastle. Kayla Vannah collected the win (11K,4H,3B), and Amelia Pennington took the loss (9H,1K,0B).
Lincoln Academy baseball won the battle with county rivals Medomak Valley on May 22 in Newcastle, 5-2.
Wiscasset softball picked up their first win of the season on May 22, beating Monmouth 6-5 in Wiscasset.
Medomak Valley’s baseball team snapped a four game losing streak on May 13 with a 10-0 five-inning mercy ruling win over Mt. View.
Medomak Valley softball picked up three wins this week to improve their record to 8-3. Panther pitchers Kayla Vannah and Kayla Santheson gave up a combined four hits in the three games.
Wiscasset baseball wins one of three. Jimmy Davis (3H, 5K, 4B) won the pitchers’ duel with Castonguay on May 13 for a 2-1 win.
Lincoln Academy baseball wins two of three this week. They got their bats going in late innings to beat Mt.View 12-4 on Friday.
Eighteen strong and sturdy members turned out Saturday to the Wawenock Country Club to rake leaves, pick up debris and work on a few of Paul’s other assignments.
Brandon Campbell captured two first places and Cameron Grover one in Wiscasset’s first home track meet of the season. Campbell won the 300 hurdles in 41.9 and the triple jump (40’3″).
Little League results from Jefferson, Lions, Masters, Nobleboro, Wheels and Damariscotta Hardware.