Sports

  • Where else could one find a squirrel on the firing end of a paintball rifle; or a lizard, a host of Alice in Wonderland characters, and Tigger, on skis? Only at the Midcoast Conservancy winter biathlon, held Saturday, March 2 at Hidden Valley Nature Center in Jefferson!

  • Knowing how to navigate using a map and compass can be a life-saving skill. It can also be fun. DRA-PWA is offering a map and compass challenge at DRA-PWA Great Salt Bay Farm on Saturday, March 23, from 10 a.m. to noon.

  • The Boothbay Lady Seahawks partied like it was 1984 on March 2 as they won their second Class C girls basketball state championship in 35 years. Boothbay entered the state title game in Bangor 21-0 and faced an early deficit against northern Maine champion Penobscot Valley (17-5) of Howland.

  • Cub Scout Pack #271 gathered at the American Legion Hall in Boothbay on Feb. 23 for fun and learning. 

    Al Sirois and another gentleman named Jim taught the boys about amateur radio, the phonetic alphabet and Morse Code. 

  • The 2019 Maine Principals' Association Class C Girls Champions are the Boothbay Region High School Seahawks! Time to celebrate!

  • Class C South girls basketball champions the Boothbay Region Seahawks beat the North C champions Penobscot Valley Howlers, 33-25, for the Class C state championship and gold ball at Cross Insurance Center in Bangor Saturday night, March 2.

  • Class C South girls basketball champions the Boothbay Region Seahawks beat the north champions Penobscot Valley Howlers, 33-25, for the Class C state championship and gold ball at Cross Insurance Center in Bangor Saturday night, March 2.

  • Boothbay-Boothbay Harbor CSD School Committee

    Sports were the big issue at the Feb. 25 Boothbay-Boothbay Harbor CSD School Committee meeting as the Boothbay Region High School library filled up with student-athletes, parents and coaches anticipating a green light for boys lacrosse.

  • Brady’s hosted the boys and girls Boothbay Region High School Seahawk varsity basketball teams - and their fans - on Thurs., Feb. 28. And it was a packed house! 

  • As part of the Y’s commitment to reduce drowning rates and keep kids safe in and around the water, the Boothbay Region YMCA applied for and received a $4,500 grant from Y-USA to continue providing scholarships for swim inst

  • Midcoast Conservancy will offer a full moon hike or snowshoe at Hidden Valley Nature Center in Jefferson on Tuesday, March 19 from 7-9 p.m. Enjoy a crisp evening illuminated by the glow of the moon and discover a new way of being in the woods.

  • Tickets for the state championship basketball game on Saturday, March 2 are now available at Boothbay Region High School, according to BRHS Athletic Director Allan Crocker. They will be sold on a first come, first served basis.

  • CLC and Boothbay Region YMCA

    Summer camp registration opens at 8am on Monday, March 4 for members of the Boothbay Region YMCA and Central Lincoln County (CLC) YMCA and opens for the general public at 8am on Monday, March 11.

  • All high school and middle school students of the Boothbay, Wiscasset and Damariscotta regions are invited to participate in the exciting high school sport of sailing.