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.
Medomak Valley rolls and the Lincoln Academy Lady Eagles fall in prelimnanary playoff action Wednesday.
Lincoln girls and Wiscasset boys won a three way swim meet with Camden on Jan. 27. Wiscasset swimmer Rachel Hanley broke her own record in the 100 breast in a winning time of 1:16.25. Hanley also won the 50 free in 27.01.
Wiscasset’s game plan to limit Dirigo big man Thomas Knight’s inside shots paid off in first-half action.
Medomak Valley girls’ basketball team ended their 23 year curse Tuesday night with a win over Herman in an East Class B preliminary game at Medomak Valley.
Wiscasset boys’ basketball team picked up three wins this week to improve to 16-1. The Redskins defeated rival Boothbay Tuesday night in Wiscasset, 67-57.
Medomak Valley’s Patrick O’Donnell, Taylor Keefe, Gwen Moiles, Kianna Ocean, and Megan Wyllie were named to the KVAC 2008-09 Indoor Track All-Conference team.
Medomak Valley’s indoor track team may be short in numbers, but they are long on talent. The girls won the KVAC 4 by 800 relay in 10:48.54 at the league championship meet Friday night at Bowdoin College.
Four local wrestlers placed in the second annual Maine Girls’ High School Wrestling Invitational, held at Mt. Blue High School in Farmington on Feb. 18.
Medomak Valley girls’ basketball coach Randy Hooper was named KVAC 2008-09 Coach of the Year. Hooper has coached basketball at Medomak for four years.
Two and a half weeks after the state wrestling tournament was held at the Augusta Civic Center on Feb. 7, area coaches are still waiting for bracket sheets and results promised to be sent to them.