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Lee & Connie - "Thanks for all you do for local sports - been a pleasure coaching at PVHS and enjoyed seeing the photos of the kids." - Coach Jamie Russell
"Thank you for the great pics! its hard as a parent to watch the game and take photos at the same time...plus your camera is so much better than mine! lol...keep up the good work, love the basketball pics!" - Diane Hartford, Lincoln, ME, vis Facebook
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Cousins from Lincoln qualify for Nationals
Cousins Tia Tardy and Cayden Spencer-Thompson of Lincoln, Maine took home the gold at the Maine USATF Championship meet on Sunday. Cayden's jump of 46'31/4" in the triple is a Maine All-Time #2 leap and ranks him high school sophomore US #2. Tia's 2:53.49 1000m run is Maine All-Time #1 and is a US #16 best. Both Cayden and Tia have qualified to compete at the elite level in their events next month at the New Balance Indoor Nationals in New York.
Pandas lose to Dexter in tournament quarterfinal
February 21 - The Lee Academy boys finished their season with a loss to Dexter tonight in the Eastern Maine Tournament in Bangor, 58-45.
Cayden Spencer-Thompson takes 3rd place at Harvard
Sophomore Cayden Spencer-Thompson of Mattanawcook Academy jumped to a USATF New England Championship third place finish today at Harvard University. Athletes from Harvard, Brown, Dartmouth, Boston College, Navy, UMass Lowell and several other Universities competed in this Championship Meet. Cayden's leap of 44-05.50 places him #5 Maine All-Time and qualifies Cayden for the 2017 New Balance Indoor National Championship meet in March.
PVHS, MA do well at state cheering championships
February 11 - At the state cheering championships in Augusta, in Class D PVHS came in second, and in Class C MA was seventh. Congratulations everyone!
Hawks defeat Lynx at MA
February 2 - The MA Lynx played the Hermon Hawks tonight at the MA gym for the team's last home game of the season. The Bleacher Creatures pep band and the MA cheerleaders were on hand to add to the atmosphere, and seniors from the Lynx, the cheerleaders and the band presented flowers to their families.
At the end of the first quarter, Hermon led 14-9, and at halftime it was still Hermon in charge, 36-23. After three, the score was Hermon 57, MA 31. At the final buzzer, the Hawks got the win, 73-43. For a photo slideshow, CLICK HERE.
Last home game of the season for the Lady Lynx
February 1 - The MA Lady Lynx hosted the Hermon Hawks tonight at the MA gym. Before the game, MA seniors presented roses to their families. At halftime the MA and MJHS cheerleaders performed their routines for the crowd. The Bleacher Creatures pep band was also on hand.
Hermon led throughout tonight's contest, and was ahead 9-6 at the end of the first quarter. The Hawks maintained their lead, 19-13 at the half. By the conclusion of the third quarter, Hermon had pulled ahead 45-27, and the final score was 54-43. For a photo slideshow, CLICK HERE.
Lynx, Vikings clash at MA
January 21 - The Caribou Vikings traveled to MA today for some basketball games. The Lady Lynx were ahead at the end of the first quarter 9-7, and each team added 10 points in the second to finish the half at 19-17. The third quarter saw the Lady Vikings in front 28-25, and the fourth quarter ended in a tie at 42. MA fought hard, but Caribou prevailed in overtime 55-46.
In the second varsity game, it was MA 16, Caribou 15 after one, but Caribou edged the Lynx 25-26 at the half. The game was close throughout, with the Vikings going home with the win, 42-41. For a photo slideshow from tonight's games, CLICK HERE.
The Lynx have a couple more home games. The girls play Hermon on February 1, and the boys play Hermon on February 2. Come on up to the MA gym and cheer on our local teams. Don't forget that the Sports Boosters have some great team clothing for sale at the games, and the Music Boosters are ready to serve up some goodies in the concession stand. There's a 50-50 raffle at each game, and this season you can purchase a ticket for a chance to take a half-court shot during halftime. We hope to see you there!