Sports

  • As the 144th Kentucky Derby took place, over 100 area residents joined in the excitement, courtesy of the Boothbay Harbor Rotary Club at the third annual party in support of the Community Center.

  • After showing steady improvement in the last few games, the Seahawks ran up against a stone wall at home Monday against the 6-0 Hall-Dale Bulldogs.

  • Wiscasset Speedway

    With the arrival of May and warming weather, Wiscasset Speedway moved its weekly race program to Saturday evening. With the backdrop of one of the track's signature sunsets, Group 1 divisions gathered for their second week of competition.

  • The next time you head down Route 27 toward Route 1 in Edgecomb and bear north, take note of what a couple is doing to beautify their land opposite Cod Cove Inn.

    Ken and Lena True, formerly of Wiscasset, married last July and bought their Edgecomb home.

  • BRHS girls tennis

    The Boothbay Region High School girls tennis team improved to 4-0 with a 4-1 over visiting Dirigo High School on Monday, May 7. The loss dropped Dirigo’s record to 2-3 in Class C South.

    Match scores

    First singles: Maddie Gaudette (B) 6-0 6-2 over (D) Carleen Hutchinson

  • BRHS boys tennis

    The host Dirigo High School Cougars defeated the Boothbay Region High School Seahawks in boys tennis Monday, May 7, 4-1, in Dixfield. Dirigo improves to 4-0 while Boothbay falls to 2-3 in Class C South.

  • Boothbay RHS sailors traveled to Rockland for the second time in a week for the second Pen Bay Regatta of the season. Teams from Islesboro, Camden Hills, Rockland, and Portland faced off with Boothbay on a windy race course in 3 on 3 boat matches.

  • BRHS boys tennis

    The Boothbay Region High School boys tennis team dropped to 2-2 on the season, losing a match, 3-2, at Spruce Mountain in Jay on Friday, May 4.

    Match results

    First singles: Cam Cain (SM) def. Rowan Kristan (B) 10-1.

  • Hey kids, do you have the baseball skills to maybe someday be a Major League player? Find out at Scotts® Major League Baseball Pitch Hit & Run competition Wiscasset Parks and Recreation is hosting from 9 a.m. to noon, Saturday, May 12 at the Wiscasset Middle High School field.

  • Celebrate the spring weather with a guided meditation walk, taking in the sights and smells of the forest as it begins to come alive.

  • The Seahawks came out on the short end of an action-filled makeup game with the Oak Hill Raiders Saturday.

    “It was a tough loss but we played well,” said Assistant Coach Bill Mansfield following the 10-7 loss.

  • Boothbay midfielder Sydney Meader scored her 100th career schoolgirl lacrosse goal May 4 in her team’s 10-6 victory over Erskine Academy. Meader scored four times in notching her 100th and 101st career goals.

  • The Boothbay Region High School baseball team broke into the win column Wednesday with a 10-3 home victory over Wiscasset Middle High School.

  • The Boothbay Seahawks scored their second win in schoolgirl lacrosse May 1. Boothbay traveled to Rockland and defeated the host Oceanside Mariners 11-7.

  • The Boothbay Region Special Olympic teams traveled to the University of Maine in Orono on April 9 to compete in the Central Maine Tourney and Skills basketball competition. There were 22 teams and 164 skill athletes.