Sports

  • On Sunday, March 4, Midcoast Conservancy will host the seventh annual Liberal Cup Biathlon at Hidden Valley Nature Center in Jefferson. All ages and skill levels are encouraged to participate, individually or in teams of four, and everyone is encouraged to compete in costume.

  • WMHS basketball

    Boothbay beat Wiscasset 58-25 in varsity girls basketball action Wednesday. It was an away game for Wiscasset Middle High School’s Lady Wolverines.

  • WMHS basketball

    On Tuesday, Jan. 2, the Wiscasset Wolverines lost at Madison, 69-38.

  • On Friday, Dec. 29, Sam Strozier of Morse-Wiscasset wrestling competed at 160 pounds in the MCI Winter Classic tournament. In the first round, he defeated Jeremey Raymond of MCI by technical fall. He lost in the second round to Elias Miller of Medomak 5-4.

  • With the holidays behind us and a new year ahead of us, why not come down from that “holiday rush” by spending some time outdoors?

  • Despite a stretch of nasty weather and a couple of losses against some tough competition, the Wiscasset Lady Wolverines girls basketball team continues to press on with a relentless attitude and a desire to improve as the season approaches its midpoint.

  • If either Boothbay Region High School or Wiscasset Middle High School does not have school on Thursday, Jan. 4, due to the weather forecast of blizzard conditions, the boys junior varsity and varsity basketball games in Wiscasset will be postponed to Monday, Jan.

  • WMHS basketball

    On Friday, Dec. 29, the Wiscasset Wolverines lost to the Winthrop Ramblers in Winthrop, 83-24. The first quarter ended with a score of 24-2. Winthrop built on its lead all game and did not seem to slow down much, while Wiscasset seemed to struggle throughout the whole game.

  • The Winthrop girls varsity basketball team defeated Wiscasset Middle High School’s lady Wolverines 54-39 in Wiscasset Saturday.

  • Staying active during the cold winter months can be difficult which is why LincolnHealth and 5-2-1-0 Let’s Go! Lincoln County are challenging community members, schools, and groups from local organizations to participate in the 15th annual Winter Physical Activity Challenge.

  • WMHS basketball

    On Thursday, Dec. 21, Wiscasset hosted Spruce Mountain in the 85-28 loss the Wolverines endured. This game was very one-sided, and seemed over from the start. The first half was 52-8 in favor of Spruce Mountain and was not pretty.

  • WMHS basketball

    On Tuesday, Dec. 19, the Wiscasset Wolverines traveled to Oak Hill High School to face the Raiders. They lost this match-up 55-40. This was the most competitive game Wiscasset has played thus far and it was certainly an entertaining game.

  • Desirae Dumais scored 11 points and the Oak Hill Raiders defeated Wiscasset 56-23 in girls basketball action Wednesday night in Wiscasset.

  • Winter is the perfect time to bundle up, pull on some boots, and head outdoors for an invigorating walk.