Messalonskee (13-5) defeated Medomak Valley (6-12) in a KVAC Class A girls basketball finale on Feb. 5 in the Panthers’ den.
Medomak Valley girls basketball games against Messalonskee has been moved up a day to Wed., Feb. 5. The girls are home at 5:30 and 7 p.m.
Medomak Valley girls basketball team defended their home court for a 53-51 win over Gardiner on Feb. 4. The Lady Panthers jumped out to a 13-6 lead in the first quarter and extended it to nine in the second frame, before Gardiner rallied with a 14-4 run to take the lead.
Medomak Valley boys basketball team defeated Gardiner 73-41 in the first game of a double header on Feb. 4.
Waterville boys robbed the Eagles’ nest for a 72-68 win on Feb. 4 in KVAC Class B boys basketball action.
The Purple Panthers defeated Lincoln Academy girls basketball team 55-31 on Feb. 4 in Waterville.
Medomak Valley senior Erik Benner won the 195 title at the KVAC wrestling championships on Feb. 1 at Cony High School in Augusta.
A shorthanded Lincoln Academy girls basketball team lost to Oceanside 64-48 on Jan. 31 in the Mariners harbor. The good news for the Lady Eagles was getting Payson Kaler back in the line-up, but Lincoln had four players go out with injuries in the game, bringing the total on their disabled list to six.
Lincoln Academy boys basketball team committed 10 first quarter turnovers to dig themselves into a hole early on Jan. 31 in an 80-52 loss to visiting Oceanside.
Nobleboro boys and girls basketball teams won their South Division games to advance to the Busline League Small School Division championships. The championship games will be played on Sat., Feb. 1 at Searsport. The girls play at 11 a.m. and the boys at 1 p.m.
Nokomis girls basketball team (6-9) defeated Medomak Valley (5-11) 51-38 on Jan. 28 at Nokomis. The Lady Panthers’ loss drops them to ninth place, and boosts Nokomis to eighth in North A Heal Point standings. The top eight teams move on to post season play.
Dirigo was double trouble for the Wolverines in a boys and girls basketball double header in the Cougars den on Jan. 28. Dirigo boys defeated Wiscasset 71-28 led by Wyatt Smith 11, PJ Merrill 10 and Mike Packard 10. Wiscasset was led by Billy Pinkham with 14.
Medomak Valley boys basketball team (13-3) defeated Nokomis (1-1) 64-53 in the Panthers den on Jan. 28.
Lincoln Academy has five coaching openings for spring sports, and two coaching openings for boys soccer. Spring openings include varsity girls tennis, JV baseball and JV softball. Fall openings include varsity boys soccer and JV boys soccer.