The Medomak Valley Holiday Basketball Classic tournament will be held on Fri., Dec. 26 and Sat., Dec 27.
The 1989 State Champions, plus Josh Pinkham, Buzz Pinkham and Ben Kelsey, wearing the white jerseys, defeated the black jersey clad oldies alumni team 71-62 in a fun filled, blast from the past, Saturday night at Lincoln Academy.
Wiscasset High School boys’ basketball team opened their Mt.Valley Conference season with a 69-41 win over Carrabec Friday night on the road. After a slow start, Wiscasset went on a 25-13 run in the second period to lead 38-23 at the half. The Redskins never relinquished the lead after the first period.
Medomak and Lincoln wrestlers locked into a 39-39 tie Wednesday night, forcing a tie breaking procedure.
Medomak Valley girls’ soccer coach Owen Campbell resigned after the completion of the fall season. Her shoes will be hard to fill, as she accumulated a 23 win 5 loss record over her two year tenure as head coach of the Lady Panthers.
Medomak Valley boys’ basketball team opened their KVAC on the road at Belfast on Friday, and came home with a 57-43 win. The Panthers were in foul trouble all night, and had five players with two fouls each at the half. Compounding Medomak’s foul trouble, Alex MacKenzie drew a technical foul and sat out the fourth quarter.
Nobleboro 7th grade boys’ basketball team lost 40-27 to undefeated Thomaston in the Busline League championships Saturday in Lincolnville.
Four Lincoln County wrestlers placed in the Westlake Tournament in Bath on Saturday. Lincoln Academy’s Jesse Morkeski (189) placed second, and Dustin Creamer 3rd, Medomak’s Steven Genthner took 3rd and Boothbay’s Spencer Myshrall 3rd. Lincoln placed 9th and Medomak 12th out of 17 teams.
Lincoln Academy boys’ basketball team beat Maranacook 60-53 in overtime in their KVAC home opener on Dec. 5.
Medomak Valley girls basketball team defeated Lincoln Academy 46-45 on Dec. 18 in Newcastle.
Medomak Valley boys’ basketball team defeated the Alumni 62-54 Saturday night. The elder Panthers hit four 3-pointers in the second half to stay within striking distance.
For the second straight game, the Lincoln boys’ basketball team was unable to make their shots fall in the closing seconds of the game Monday night home against Gardiner.
Lincoln Academy wrestlers tied for second at York on Saturday in the Sullivan Duals Tournament. The Eagles split four dual meets, beating Kennebunk 45-36 and Wells 42-38 and losing to York 51-33 and Morse 45-34.
Lincoln County Freshman Scores