Wiscasset Community Center Unsinkable swimmer Ben Milliken, 9, won the 50- backstroke at the Maine Winter Combined Championships and has qualified for the Eastern Zones in the age 10 and under age group. Eastern Zones will be held in Rochester, N.Y. the first week in April.
Tim George placed 5th in the 100-freestyle in 50.74 at the New England championships held at Bates College last weekend.
Lincoln Academy student, Dalton Kinney recently returned from an exciting trip to the 2009 Special Olympic World Winter Games, held in McCall, Idaho in February.
Kinney won two Bronze Medals in the 100 and 200 yard dash snowshoe events. He also collected a blue near miss medal in the 4×100 snowshoe relay, after he ran out of his snowshoe. The relay team was in first place when the mishap occurred. “I didn’t tighten it up enough,” Kinney said of his snowshoe straps.
Medomak Valley head cheering coach Rachel Coor was named 2008-09 KVAC Coach of the Year.
CLC YMCA indoor soccer starts this week. There is still time to register for this session of YSports.
The four-week session is for ages 4 and 5, and Grades K-4.
The Bath Family YMCA capped off a successful winter swim season by capturing the YMCA State Swimming Championship held Feb. 28-March 1 and the Maine U.S. Swimming Winter Championships held March 5-8 at the University of Maine, Orono.
Medomak 8th grade travel team defeated Rockland 47-33 to win the 30th annual Boothbay Region YMCA Basketball Classic on March 6-8.
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.
Lincoln Academy boys’ basketball team wrapped up their KVAC season with a 49-37 win at Medomak on Feb. 5. The Eagles got off to a slow start, trailing 12-4. Ben McLain hit a 3-pointer at the first quarter buzzer to close the gap to five, 12-7 at the break.
Wiscasset boys’ basketball team defeated St. Dominic’s 47-42 on Feb. 19 to earn a berth in the Western Maine Class C championship game with Dirigo.
Lincoln Academy boys’ basketball team crushed Fryeburg Academy Tuesday night, 69-48 in a West Class B preliminary match-up. With the win, Lincoln advances to the West B tournament. They play #2 seed Falmouth at the Portland Expo on Sat., Feb. 14 at 12:30 p.m. in the West B quarterfinals.
The Wiscasset Redskins took the short end of the matchup between two 19-1 teams for the West Class C championship.
Lincoln Academy’s girls’ 200-freestyle relay won the KVAC championship on Feb. 6 at the Bath YMCA in a school record-breaking time of 1:57.03.
Four Lincoln County wrestlers finished their respective seasons with strong performances in the State Girls Wrestling Championships in Farmington today.