Lincoln County Little League baseball All-stars defeated Waldoboro Monday night in Warren, 12-4, in the first round of the District 2 playoffs.
The Hidden Valley Nature Center (HVNC) in Jefferson is a hiker’s paradise with 25 miles of trails on 800 acres.
Abby Farrin, 12, of Jefferson, a player on the Greater Augusta “Capital Mainiac” softball team has just won her third straight state championship.
Lincoln County 11-12 Little League softball All-stars defeated Rockland 11-6 Saturday morning in Rockport.
The results of the Sheepcot Links coed league for July 1.
Newcastle Babe Ruth defeated Waldoboro 4-1 in a classic pitcher’s duel Tuesday night in Bristol. Stephen Quinlan (3H, 3K, 1B) collected the win in six innings of work and Brandon Reilly (3K) the save. Buddy Simmons took the loss for Waldoboro (6H, 6B, 3K).
The Dirigo Little League 10-11 baseball All-star team continued its winning ways this week in the State tournament in Cape Elizabeth.
Lincoln County 11 and 12 softball all-stars defeated Waldoboro 15-0 by a four inning mercy ruling Monday night in Camden. Danielle Pinkham pitched a two hitter in the win. “She pitched a gem,” coach Roy Molt said. Molt said the shutout was a “testament to our defense as well.”
Appleton’s Jeremy Glasier has won many features at Wiscasset Raceway. However he was winless in 2009. That was until the driver of the number 99 Glasier Construction sponsored Verizon Wireless Super Street beat 2007 division champion Bernie Dinsmore to the finish line on Ames True Value night at the “Center of Speed.”
The Waldoboro Recreation Dept. is accepting team registrations for the 2009 Adult Co-Ed Fall Softball League.
Returning and Waldoboro-based teams have first priority.
All the news from the Wawenock Golf Course.
Chris Thorne knows something about winning. The 25-year-old racer from Sidney started winning back when he raced Mini Stocks at Unity Raceway nine years ago. Three Late Model Championships later Thorne is still at it.
Medomak Valley’s softball team settled for the State Class B runner-up trophy for the second straight year. Fryeburg won the State Class B softball re-match with Medomak Valley on Saturday 2-1 in eight innings at St. Joseph’s College in Standish.
Lincoln Academy lost another coach this week, 20-year veteran Clyde Pendleton. Pendleton announced his retirement after the softball spring awards. He has coached varsity softball for eight years. He also coached girls’ basketball for 12 years including varsity for four years and JV for eight.