Leavitt won the KVAC golf Shootout on Sept. 26 at Rockland Golf Course. The top seed Hornets tried to get the playoff match changed to a different date because of difficulties getting a bus. They were told the championship was going on as scheduled, so scrambled and arrived in Rockland with a few minutes to spare. The lack of warm-up time did not impact their game as they shot a team round 175 to beat out nearest competitor Waterville with a 186. Medomak and Belfast shot 189’s.
Midcoast Board soccer official Stephen Peats says the use of high-tech communication systems by officials is the wave of the future. Peats has been using a “comm system” for four or five years. He estimates that 10% of high school soccer officials now use the system and about 50% of college officials.
Medomak Valley boys soccer team ended Mt.View’s two year KVAC win streak with a 1-0 win in the Panthers den on Sept. 25. Zach Cheesman ran onto a Brandon Starr pass and put it in at the far post five minutes into the contest. The Panthers defense shut the Mustangs down. Will Smith held Mt.View’s leading scorer Elijah Allen in check throughout the game.
Waterville boys soccer team robbed the Eagles nest for a 2-1 win on Sept. 25. After a scoreless first half, Chris Williams converted a second half penalty kick. Declan Murphy gave the Panthers a 2-0 lead. The Eagles scored with under a minute to play. Levi Farrin ran onto a Jack Duncan pass and drove it to the back of the net.
Due to the impending storms, Lincoln Academy has moved their boys and girls soccer games vs. Waterville to Wed., September 25. The boys will play home at 3:30 p.m., and the girls away at 3:30 p.m.
Medomak Valley golf swept Erskine Academy 9-0 on Sept. 23 in the KVAC Class B semifinals. The Panthers advance to the KVAC Shootout on Sept. 26 at Rockland Golf Club at 2 p.m.
Meodmak Valley and Lincoln Academy girls soccer teams battled to a double overtime tie, 1-1 in the Lady Panthers Homecoming game on Sept. 21 in Waldoboro.
Medomak boys soccer team won their Homecoming game 3-2 over Lincoln Academy on Sept. 21 in Waldoboro.
Lincoln Academy boys cross country team won the Medomak Valley Homecoming Invitational meet on Sept. 20. The Eagles scored 58 points to beat out Morse with64 points. Jarrett Gulden led the charge with a first place finish in 16:33. Jojo Martin placed third, Cameron Nelson ninth, Sam True 19th and Nate True 30th to round out the scoring five.
Second ranked Medomak Valley golf team defeated seventh seed Morse 8-1 in the first round of the KVAC Class B South playoffs at Rockland Golf Club on Sept. 19.
Medomak Valley boys soccer team defeated Leavitt 3-0 in the Panther den on Sept. 19. All three goals came in the second half and all three were unassisted. Justin Mahoney, Brandon Starr and Will Smith found net for the Panthers.
The Greyhounds defended their home turf for a 9-1 win over Wiscasset-Boothbay on Sept. 18.
Lincoln Academy boys soccer team defeated Erskine Academy 5-0 in South China on Sept. 17.
Lincoln Academy girls soccer team won the battle of the Eagles, 3-1 on Sept. 17 at LA. Lincoln took a 2-0 lead at the half on goals from Ksenya Williams and Marley LeBel. Tatum Hancock added a second half goal to put LA up 3-0. Grace Houghton and Hancock added an assist each.