Sports

  • BRHS boys tennis

    Tennis is a game where tiebreakers determine a winner and the Boothbay Region High School boys’ team came out a winner after match play and sets won remained tied in their home match against Carrabec on Wednesday, May 15.

  • Boothbay Region Land Trust

    Boothbay Region Land Trust is excited to offer two sessions of an all new, half-day summer camp for children ages 6-12 in partnership with the Boothbay Region YMCA.

  • The Marsh River Preserve in Newcastle will be the kick-off site for a hiking series offered by Midcoast Conservancy between now and Oct. 17.

  • Boothbay Region High School Athletic Director Allan Crocker has announced that today’s (May 14) baseball game at home against Madison has been tentatively rescheduled to Friday, May 17 at 7 p.m. due to the wet field conditions and rain.

  • BRHS

    Boothbay Region High School Athletic Director Allan Crocker has announced that today’s (May 14) girls lacrosse game at Camden has been rescheduled for Monday, May 20 at 4 p.m.

  • Wiscasset Speedway

    A sunny but blustery and cold Saturday evening didn't deter a large contingent of eager fans hungry to get some racing action. Group 2 finally got the chance to get their 2019 season going along with the first appearance of the season for the Wicked Good Vintage Racers.

  • BRHS boys tennis

    At Winthrop Monday, May 13, the Ramblers shut out the Seahawks, 5-0, in schoolboy tennis, with Boothbay forfeiting the second doubles match due to an insufficient number of players.

    Scores

    #1 singles: Jared McLaughlin (W) def. Bobby Clarkson 7 - 6 (3), 5 - 7, 7 - 6 (4).

  • BRHS baseball

    Diehard fans braved a biting wind on Monday as a strong Spruce Mountain High School baseball team breezed by the Boothbay Region Seahawks 24-0.

  • A paddle sports safety

  • Nine sailors of the Boothbay Region Sailing Club traveled to The Apprenticeshop in Rockland on Sunday, May 5 for a favorite race, the annual Breakwater Blast Regatta.

  • BRHS girls tennis

    The Boothbay Region High School girls tennis team (1-5) won its first match of the season, 4-1, on May 8 at Wiscasset. The Seahawks won the four matches played and, because of lack players, lost the second doubles match by forfeit.

  • The Boothbay Lady Seahawks rebounded from a four-goal deficit May 11 in defeating host Sanford, 12-11, in a schoolgirl lacrosse match. Senior Reagan Cola sparked the victory scoring six of her seven goals in the second half. Boothbay’s win improves its record to 2-2.

  • BRHS boys tennis

    Boothbay Region High School boys tennis players Bobby Clarkson and Henry Drapeau each won a match at the 2019 Region 3 Singles Tournament held Saturday, May 11 at Brunswick High School.

  • Two big pieces of sailing history, schooners Ernestina-Morrissey and Bowdoin, sit a couple hundred feet apart at Bristol Marine in Boothbay Harbor keeping some of the East Coast’s finest shipwright

  • Boothbay Region High School Athletic Director Allan Crocker has announced that today's baseball game at Mt. Abram has been postponed to Saturday, May 18 at 11 a.m. and the home girls tennis match vs. Oak Hill has been postponed to May 14 at 4 p.m.