Noelle Fairfield, Wiscasset, recently returned from Augusta, Georgia, where she and her horse, Rumor, competed in the World Barrel Racing Show championships.
The Maine Baseball Hall of Fame is seeking nominations for their 2009 induction.
The Wiscasset High School announces basketball admission fees for the 2008-09 season, with all Wiscasset school system students allowed to attend for free. However, Wiscasset students must show school identification to get into home games for free.
The Matthew Budrow Memorial basketball tournament will be held on Sat., Nov. 22 in the Bailey Gymnasium at Lincoln Academy.
Black Belt Instructor Hal Pierce has announced the promotion of two area Martial Artists in Defensive Solution’s Tao Martial Arts program.
Medomak Valley cross-country team members Patrick O’Donnell and Gwen Moiles won the MVHS 5K Road Race. “We had a great turnout for the race, and will put the proceeds into our trail fund,” MVHS cross-country coach George Gould said.
Because of the low number of girls who came out for the joined Varsity and Junior Varsity squads this year, Medomak ended up with a Varsity team of 24 girls, coached by Owen Campbell and JV coach Jasmine McNelly.
Wiscasset High School held their fall sports recognition night on Mon., Nov. 3.
Medomak Valley Winter Sports Schedule from December through February, 2009.
The Wiscasset Community Center Unsinkable Crocs participated in the HSC-Haunted Hat Swim Meet on Oct. 26 at Husson University’s Webber Pool in Bangor.
The WCC Unsinkable Crocs swim team traveled to Cumberland on Nov. 16 to compete in the Seacoast Harvest Meet.
The memory and legacy of Matthew Budrow will be carried on for generations to come, thanks to friends and community members who have established scholarship funds in his honor.
Lincoln Academy senior Dalton Kinney will be traveling to Idaho in February to represent Maine in the Special Olympic World Winter Games in snowshoeing.
The Lincoln Academy Booster Auction is coming right up in November.