Sports

  • The Seahawks boys and girls cross country teams hosted this year’s MVC Preview on Sept. 17. Twelve teams competed. Eight placed for the boys and four for the girls. Coach Nick Scott said hosting the meet was an honor for the  Seahawks.

  • The 28th annual Boothbay Charities Classic golf tournament raised a record $65,000 for Special Olympics Maine on Saturday at Boothbay Harbor Country Club.

  • Seahawks Soccer

    Seahawks girls soccer added another win on the season against Carrabec High School Sept. 21. The final score was 2-1.

    The Seahawks started the game with four wins and three losses while the Cobras started with two wins, three losses and a tie.

  • Maine Maritime Museum and Red Cloak Tours are again offering their popular Lighthouse Legends and Lore boat excursions, including a landing on Burnt Island and exploration of the haunted lighthouse station.

  • Boothbay football snatched victory from the jaws of defeat Friday, when a last second touchdown pass lifted the Seahawks over Class C John Bapst, 15 to 12, at Sherman Field. The Crusaders were on course to their first win in a couple seasons.

  • The Boothbay Region High School girls soccer team and football team will compete at home today on Sherman Field, according to BRHS Athletic Director Allan Crocker.

  • Boothbay/Wiscasset Boys’ cross country team finished second Sept. 19  in an eight-team Mountain Valley Conference mid-season meet. Seahawk runner Will Perkins finished third overall with a 19:17 time. Boothbay/Wiscasset scored 67 points which trailed meet winner Lisbon by eight.

  • The Boothbay/Wiscasset girls cross country team had a lot of “faith” they could win the Sept. 19 Mountain Valley Conference Midseason meet, but came up short in receiving the “glory.”

  • Crisp fall weather means Midcoast Conservancy’s 8th annual Race Through the Woods at Hidden Valley Nature Center in Jefferson, on Sunday, Sept. 30, is coming soon.

  • Mountain Valley Conference girls soccer

    Wiscasset Middle High School and Boothbay Region High School locked up in a gem of soccer game Wednesday night but when the final horn sounded it was the visiting Seahawks who reigned supreme 3-1 over the Wolverines.

  • A diverse selection of mushrooms can be found in Maine in the fall, from tiny to spectacular. Some are edible, and many have interesting stories associated with them.

  • Damariscotta River Association (DRA) offers a variety of programs for kids of all ages during the school year, from the Frogs and Pollywogs class for preschoolers to the Jr. Naturalist After-school program for kids age 6 to 11.

  • Boothbay Region High School Athletic Director Allan Crocker has announced changes to the BRHS soccer schedule. Tonight’s (Sept. 19) game at Wiscasset will start at 7 p.m. and the home game scheduled for Friday, Sept. 21 vs. Carrabec has been changed to Monday, Sept. 24 at 3:30 p.m.

  • Seahawks Soccer

    The Seahawks girls soccer team suffered a difficult loss on home turf to Telstar High School Sept. 17. The Seahawks started the game with three wins and two losses and Telstar, five losses.

  • Wednesday, Oct. 3