Lincoln Academy placed 10th in the McDonald’s tournament at Mt.Valley on Saturday out of 14 teams.
Medomak Valley girls basketball team defeated Lincoln Academy 46-45 on Dec. 18 in Newcastle.
Boys and Girls Junior Varsity Basketball Action in Lincoln County.
Lincoln County Freshman Scores
Wiscasset girls’ basketball team opened their MVC season with a pair of losses. Hall-Dale handed the Lady Redskins a 65-24 loss Monday night in Wiscasset. After a slow start, the Bulldogs offense rolled into high gear. Hall-Dale led 17-2 at the quarter, 30-16 at the half and 53-21 at the end of three. Wiscasset had 42 turnovers in the loss.
All the Lincoln County Junior Varsity sports action results.
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.
Lisbon girls’ basketball team showed no mercy in a 72-32 win over Wiscasset on Dec. 17.
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.
It was another dismal year for Lincoln County deer hunters. There were 533 deer tagged at county tagging stations, slightly higher than 2007’s low of 521.
Lincoln Academy boys’ basketball team beat Maranacook 60-53 in overtime in their KVAC home opener on Dec. 5.
The YMCA has a new Boys Only class on Tuesdays from 3:30-4:30 p.m. The new class is for boys ages 5 to 7 but all ages are welcome to join the class. The YMCA also offers boys only classes on Saturdays.
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.
Savanna Poole, of Edgecomb, is a member of the Maine Lady Pirates 14U Girls’ hockey team, and her teammates won the Rhode Island Panthers 14U Tier Two ice hockey tournament in Cranston, RI, over Thanksgiving weekend, going undefeated in the tournament.