Sports

  • Hidden Valley Nature Center

    All are invited to join Midcoast Conservancy’s AmeriCorps Outdoor Adventure Members Emma, Jess, and Miranda on Saturday, Dec. 15 from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. for some outdoor fun at Hidden Valley Nature Center in Jefferson.

  • Wolverines girls basketball

    Iris Ireland netted 14 points, 10 in the second quarter leading Hall-Dale to a 69-16 win at Wiscasset Middle High School in the Wolverines' home opener Tuesday night. The Wolverines are now 0-2 in the Mountain Valley Conference. Hall-Dale is 2-0. It defeated Telstar in the first game.

  • The Wolverines boys’ basketball team is 1-1 in the Mountain Valley Conference after losing to Hall-Dale High School in Farmingdale Monday night.

    The Bulldogs outscored Wiscasset Middle High School in every quarter, 29-13, 23-8, 21-4 and 19-12 for a 92-37 win.

  • The following results are from week one of Wiscasset Parks and Recreation Department's Adult Basketball League. The league has six teams including both men and women. The league schedule, results and rosters are online at wiscassetrec.com.

  • WMHS girls basketball

    The Wiscasset Middle High School Wolverine girls were held to just 16 points as Carrabec High School cruised to a win Friday night, Dec. 7 in North Anson in the Mountain Valley Conference basketball season opener.

  • Wiscasset Middle High School’s run of losses on the basketball court is over!

    The Wolverines won 48-38 over visiting Carrabec Friday night in the Mountain Valley Conference season opener. The win was the first for Jamie Jones who took over as head coach less than a month ago.

  • The public is invited to The Lincoln Home on Monday, Dec. 10, from 3-4 p.m. to hear Tom and Lee Szelog's unique and inspiring talk on an extraordinary journey on the wild side.

  • Midcoast Conservancy

    The second, and final, Youth Ski Lease fitting day is Tuesday, Dec. 12 from 4-7:30 p.m. at the CLC YMCA on Main Street in Damariscotta.

  • Frank 106.9 FM, WBQX, will broadcast local high school basketball for a ninth straight year beginning Friday, Dec. 7 when the Lincoln Academy Eagles travel to Rockport to play the Camden Hills Windjammers.

  • A predatory songbird that feeds on small birds, mammals, and insects, the Northern Shrike is known for its unusual habit of impaling its prey on thorns or barbed wire to save for later.

  • Basketball fans got their first look at the 2018-19 editions of the Wolverine boys’ and girls’ varsity basketball teams at Saturday night’s annual Alumni Games.

  • In order to help get kids and families outside having fun in the snow, Midcoast Conservancy is partnering with the Outdoor Sports Institute to provide affordable cross country ski equipment to local kids ages kindergarten through eighth grade.

  • Jamie Jones of Bath will take over as the varsity coach of the Wolverine boys’ basketball team. Neal Goldberg, a Wiscasset Middle High School math-science teacher, is assisting and will coach the junior varsity team.

  • Tom Philbrick of Boothbay takes over as coach of the Wolverine girls’ basketball program this season. Tryouts for the varsity squad were held Monday night at Wiscasset Middle High School.