Sports

  • Seahawks baseball coach Ed Crocker was encouraged by the strong performance of his young team in spite of a 13-2 loss to Dirigo High School in Friday's home opener.

    “We played a good three and half innings,” said Crocker.

  • 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.

  • Boothbay Region High School

    Seahawks track and field is set to begin another big season of running, throwing and jumping April 18.

  • Six weeks of free youth soccer programs will be held between April 24 and June 1 at Clifford Park, Boothbay.

    There will be an Itty Bitty program for boys and girls in pre-k and kindergarten and a Youth League program for grades 1 through 3.

  • The Boothbay Region High School girls lacrosse team is hosting a girls lacrosse clinic (boys are welcome) at the Y field house this Friday, April 19 from 4-5 p.m. The clinic is free and for girls in grades 3 through 8.

  • Boys tennis

    Tuesday, April 23: At Hall-Dale, 4 p.m.

    Thursday, April 25: Home vs. Madison, 4 p.m.

  • BRHS boys tennis

    Boothbay Region High School boys tennis coach Mark Gorey, now in his ninth year, sees the 2019 team being competitive, despite having only six players.

  • BRHS girls tennis

    Graduation, students playing other sports, and other reasons are why the 2019 Boothbay Region High School girls tennis team has only five players.

  • 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.

  • A Boothbay teenager is dreaming about skiing competitively all over the globe. Since age 7, Ella Spear has skied Maine’s mountains with her family. Now 18, Spear is competing against the nation’s top junior skiers.

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

  • The Boothbay Region Fish & Game Association will hold its regular monthly meeting on Wednesday, April 17, at 7:30 p.m. at the club house at 447 Dover Rd. in Boothbay. Members, guests, and prospective members are cordially invited to attend.

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