Lincoln Academy graduate and University of Maine Presque Isle player Devon Peaslee was named to the All-Independent Men’s Basketball Second Team in basketball.
Jimmy Davis struck out 12 (3H,1B) in a near perfect game for the Redskins in Wiscasset on Friday.
Medomak Valley boys’ tennis team handed Lincoln Academy their first loss of the season Monday night in Waldoboro. The Panthers improve to 6-2, and the Eagles are 6-1. Joaquin Perez-Marsa defeated Cam Blake 6-0, 6-1.
Medomak Valley squeaked out a one run win in eight innings over Oak Hill at home on April 29. Kayla Santheson struck out 14 (2B,5H) to collect her first win of the year. Hall took the loss for Oak Hill (8K,2B,7H).
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.
The CLC YMCA 3rd and 4th grade girls’ travel team won the Wiscasset Park and Recreation Dept.’s 3rd and 4th grade girls’ Invitational Basketball Tournament over the weekend.
Wiscasset High School announced their winter sports awards this week.
Medomak Valley held their winter sports awards night on March 5 in the Ronald E. Dolloff Auditorium.
Mogul skier extraordinaire Shane Johnson, 18 of Waldoboro, is having a solid year on the single and dual mogul circuit this winter. He is ranked 37th in single moguls and 21st in dual moguls in the USA, including members of the U.S. Ski Team.
Camden beat Gardiner 8th, 44-38 in the 35th annual Rotary International Girls’ Basketball Tournament held in Boothbay on March 6-8. Boothbay placed third, and Lawrence won the sportsmanship award.
The CLC Y 3rd and 4th grade travel team competed in the St. George basketball tournament over the weekend.
Wiscasset Community Center Unsinkable Swim team members competed in the Bronze meet in Cape Elizabeth on Feb. 20-22.
Katie Hagar ran third in her first race for NASCAR Drive for Diversity and Golden State Racing on March 21. Hagar hit the charts second fastest out of a field of 14 at Madera Speedway in practice.