Sports

  • The Boothbay Region High School cross country teams ended their season at the State Championships, at Twin Brook Recreation Park in Cumberland, on Saturday, Oct. 28. Seven male Seahawks and two female Seahawks competed.

  • While living in a time with so much controversy, trouble and disaster, it’s nice to hear a story about people doing something nice for a person they’ve never met and to whom they have no obligation. Here is such a story.

  • The Boothbay Region High School football team will play for a championship next Friday night. The Seahawks defeated Sacopee Valley of Hiram, 28-0, Friday night in a Class E playoff game at Sherman Field. Boothbay is undefeated with a 9-0 record. As the league’s top team, Boothbay will host No.

  • Boothbay kicks off the Class E football playoffs tonight with a 7 p.m. game against Sacopee Valley of Hiram at Sherman Field. Boothbay enters the game as the division’s top-rated team, and having an 8-0 record. Sacopee Valley is 3-5 and finished fourth in the six-team division.

  • The Boothbay Region Special Olympics soccer teams and skill athletes traveled to Husson University in Bangor to compete in the 2017 soccer skills event on Oct. 11. It was great weather and everyone had lots of fun.

  • Boothbay Region Sailing Club (BRSC) traveled to Newport, Rhode Island last weekend to compete in the Halloween Howl. This has become a popular weekend for the sailors to sail in legendary Newport waters, while the parents tend to enjoy the weekend trip almost as much.

  • Boothbay Region High School honored six senior football players and two senior cross country runners on Oct. 21 at Sherman Field.