Sports

  • WMHS girls basketball

    Telstar beat Wiscasset 41-37 in girls varsity basketball in Bethel Friday night. The Lady Wolverines remain winless on the season.

  • Warning: Rain and warm temperatures late last week deteriorated ice conditions

    Game wardens are urging anyone accessing Maine’s lake and ponds to exercise extreme caution. Following yesterday’s rescue of three people from Long Pond in Southwest Harbor, at least nine more people reported breaking through thin ice on snowmobiles in the last 24-hour period. 

  • Sydney Underhill-Tilton scored 17 of her game-high 22 points in the first half, as Richmond easily handled Wiscasset 50-21 in MVC girls basketball action Thursday night in Wiscasset.

  • If you fall through the ice, you should not attempt to climb out immediately. Instead, kick to the surface and get horizontal in the water. Once horizontal, try to slide forward onto the ice. When you get out of the water, avoid standing near the broken ice.

  • The Wiscasset Lady Wolverines lost their closest game of the year to Dirigo, 35-33, in a varsity basketball makeup game Monday night in Dixfield.

  • WMHS boys basketball

    On Tuesday, Jan. 16, the Wiscasset Wolverine boys basketball team hosted the Dirigo Wildcats. Wiscasset lost, 74-37. This game was rather one-sided, however, the second and third quarters were both competitive.

  • WMHS basketball

    On Wednesday, Jan. 10, the Wiscasset Wolverines hosted the Mt. Abram Roadrunners in a battle of the bottom of the conference. Both teams entered this game winless and, unfortunately for Wiscasset, Mt. Abram won, 52-37. The difference in this game came in the second quarter, where Mt.

  • WMHS basketball

    On Friday, Jan. 12, the Wiscasset Wolverines traveled to Monmouth to battle the Mustangs. They unfortunately lost this matchup, 52-35. The first half of this game was extremely competitive, with a score of 28-22, with Monmouth leading.

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  • Midcoast Conservancy

    Midcoast Conservancy is offering an afternoon ski program in Whitefield for kids ages 8-15. The Whitefield Cross Country Ski Club will meet Monday through Friday, Feb. 12-16 and Feb. 26-March 2 from 3-5 pm.

  • Midcoast Conservancy is a renter no more on the land of Hidden Valley Nature Center in Jefferson.

  • WMHS basketball

    From Dec. 26 to Jan. 8, the Wiscasset Wolverine boys played four basketball games, losing all of them. The first game was Dec. 29 against Winthrop, where Wiscasset lost 83-24. The second game was Jan. 2 against Madison. Wiscasset lost 69-38.

  • Hidden Valley Nature Center

    Midcoast Conservancy is hosting two cross country ski clinics for adults at Hidden Valley Nature Center: Sunday, Feb. 11, and Sunday, Feb. 18. Both clinics will be from 9-11 a.m. Anyone 15 years and older is invited to attend.

  • WMHS basketball

    With four games over six days, the Wiscasset Lady Wolverines knew they had their work cut out for them. With the first game of the week on the road against Boothbay, Wiscasset dug in.

  • WMHS basketball

    On Monday, Jan. 8, the Wiscasset Wolverine boys lost to the visiting Boothbay Region Seahawks, 75-49. This game started out 23-7 after the first quarter with Boothbay leading, but the game became much more competitive after the slow Wiscasset start.