Medomak Valley cheerleaders placed 2nd to Waterville in the KVAC championships, held at the Augusta Civic Center on Saturday.
Lincoln Academy and Wiscasset swimmers lost to Brunswick and Mt. Ararat on Jan. 6 in Brunswick.
Medomak Valley wrestling team competed in three meets this week.
Boothbay girls’ basketball team won the battle of the winless Tuesday night in Boothbay.
Indoor Field Hockey is great exercise and the CLC YMCA is opening their floor for the sport during the winter months
The YMCA will again be opening their gym for indoor field hockey pickup games on Sundays from 1-2 p.m., starting Jan. 11.
Lincoln Academy wrestlers won four meets and lost three in a whirlwind week.
Waterville out scored the Eagles 32-14 in the second half to pull out a 49-33 win in Waterville on Tuesday.
The Interscholastic Management Committee of the Maine Principal’s Association acted on the Ad Hoc recommendations (see The Lincoln County News, Jan. 8 issue, front page story) on athletic policy on Monday.
In Medomak Valley boys’ basketball action, the Panthers tamed the Bears and the Lions.
After a slow start that saw Lincoln Academy girls’ basketball team spot undefeated Waterville eight points, the Lady Eagles did everything they needed to do to put themselves into a position to win.
A Used Sporting Goods Equipment Swap scheduled for Jan. 31 at Lincoln Academy has been postponed. The event was organized by the Lincoln Academy Boosters who had asked community members to please clean out their closets and donate good used sporting equipment for the sale.
Wiscasset High School boys’ basketball action this week.
After 16 seasons as program director and announcer, Ken Minot made a difficult decision to end his career at the largest track in Maine.
Junior Varsity Scores throughout Lincoln County