Sports

  • Patrick Rush’s bases loaded double in the first inning gave Hall-Dale all the runs it needed, and the Bulldogs won big over Wiscasset Middle High School at Farmingdale. Friday afternoon’s game was the Mountain Valley Conference season opener for both teams.

  • Hall-Dale scored seven runs in the second inning winning big over Wiscasset Middle High School in the Mountain Valley Conference softball opener Friday afternoon in Farmingdale.

  • In its seventh year, bird watchers of all ages and experience are welcomed to attend the Birding Extravaganza, a series of free birding excursions supported by four conservation organizations in Midcoast Maine.

  • Daren Wood of Wiscasset was recently named baseball “Player of the Week” in the Mid-Atlantic Conference Commonwealth.

  • Volunteers are key to keeping a DIY (do-it-yourself) yacht club such as Wiscasset Yacht Club running smoothly. On April 7, 34 ready and willing member volunteers turned out for the 67th annual opening day.

  • Knox-Lincoln Soil & Water Conservation District

    Knox-Lincoln Soil & Water Conservation District (KLSWCD) is once again sponsoring an annual trout stocking sale for your home or farm pond. We offer two sizes, 5”-6” rainbow trout and 7”-9” brook trout, as well as oxygen bags that hold up to 50 fish. Minimum order is $50.

  • Trail running offers a great way for kids to be outside, burning off energy and traipsing through the woods. Midcoast Conservancy is offering a fun, low-key, six-week trail running series each Wednesday, April 24 to May 29, at Hidden Valley Nature Center for kids ages 5 and up.

  • What a difference a day makes. Thursday afternoon, April 11, was nearly perfect when the Wolverines met for track practice, the sun was shining and the temperature climbed to 52 degrees.

  • Come enjoy Shakespeare and baseball with “Shakespeare in the Ballpark” at the Portland Sea Dogs game on Tuesday, April 23 at 6 p.m.

  • East Boothbay’s Chris Makridis just didn’t see the New England Patriots’ Feb. 5 Super Bowl Championship parade, he was in it.

  • I am sometimes asked, “Why isn’t so and so in the Hall of Fame? He/she was a better athlete than some of the people that you have in there.”

  • Join Midcoast Conservancy and Trail Monster Running for a fun, casual six-week trail training series each Wednesday, April 24 to May 29, at Hidden Valley Nature Center in Jefferson.

  • Wiscasset Parks and Recreation

    Here are the results of Week 15, the championship of the Adult Basketball League Double Elimination Tournament:

  • A veteran Wiscasset Middle High School track and field team with 10 returning upperclassmen including a state champion hopes to contend for the Mountain Valley Conference championship.

  • With spring hiking season in sight, Midcoast Conservancy’s Hidden Valley Nature Center is a popular destination for many, including those who consider their dogs to be indispensable trail companions.