Sports

  • The Boothbay Region High School girls soccer season officially ended on Monday, Oct. 16, with a 3-1 win over Telstar. Unfortunately, this season ending boost was not enough to get the Seahawks into the post-season playoffs.

  • The Boothbay Region Elementary School’s cross country team ran hard last Wednesday, Oct. 11 at Medomak Middle School in the Busline League Championship to finish the 2017 season. It was a picture perfect day to run the 2.1 mile event.

  • On Saturday, Oct. 14, the Boothbay Region High School cross-country team placed first for the boys team and third for the girls team at the conference meet held in Augusta. The girls team was edged out by just two points by Winthrop High School. The boys team won by a margin of 41 points.

  • BRHS field hockey

    The third-seeded Boothbay Region High School field hockey team will host the sixth-seeded Mt. View Mustangs in the quarterfinal round of the Class C North playoffs on Perkins Field Wednesday, Oct. 18 at 3 p.m.

  • The Boothbay Region Sailing Club (BRSC) hosted the third Pen-Bay Regatta series finale Sunday, Oct. 15 in breezy and foggy conditions. Racing ended after nine races when fog obscured the weather mark.

  • ‘I very much oppose the administration’s plan to repeal the clean power act’

    ROCKPORT — U.S. Sen. Susan Collins, (R-Maine), greeted members of the Penobscot Bay Regional Chamber of Commerce at a Friday morning business breakfast, Oct.

  • The Gawler Family

    Registration is still open for the Oct. 14 forestry event, “A Day in the Woods” at Hidden Valley Nature Center on Saturday, October 14.

  • BRHS field hockey

    Avery Williams took advantage of an open goal during a flurry of short passes in front of the net and scored the winning goal as the Spruce Mountain Phoenix defeated the host Boothbay Region Seahawks, 2-1, in overtime in Class C field hockey on Wednesday, Oct. 11.

  • BRHS field hockey

    The Seahawks registered two more one-sided wins this past week – at home against Hall-Dale and in Bethel against Telstar – to improve to 12-1.

  • The Boothbay Seahawks moved to 6-0 in Class E play with an 8-6 come from behind victory Oct. 6 against Sacopee Valley. Boothbay’s defense was once again the star of the game. Sacopee scored on its first drive, but managed only 118 total yards for the game.

  • The Knox-Lincoln County Twilight Baseball League started after World War II and thrived through the ’40s, ’50s and ’60s. The league included many town teams from coastal Maine. It was great entertainment, and sometimes drew fans in the thousands. They even had night games under the lights.

  • BRHS field hockey

    This morning’s high school field hockey game, featuring the Boothbay Region Seahawks and the Spruce Mountain Phoenix, at Perkins Field, BRHS, has been postponed and rescheduled for Wednesday, Oct. 11 at 3:30 p.m., according to Allan Crocker, BRHS athletic director via email.

  • BRHS field hockey

    The Boothbay Region High School field hockey team improved to 12-1 with a 10-0 win over the Telstar Rebels (0-13) in Bethel Friday afternoon, Oct. 6.

  • Twenty-one years ago, Chandler Longfellow came into this world as a distant relative to the great American poet, Henry Wadsworth Longfellow, and was named after a classic television character, “Chandler Bing.” But Chandler Longfellow’s passion doesn’t lie within the arts, but rather sport.

  • Another sports hall of fame is opening its doors to a local basketball coach. Boothbay boys basketball coach I.J. Pinkham was inducted into the Maine Basketball Hall of Fame in 2016, and this month, he becomes a member of the Midcoast Sports Hall of Fame.