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Will either the MA boys' or girls' soccer teams make the playoffs this season?


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Pre-Season Soccer- M.A. Boys 2-1 over Katahdin in OT; M.A. Girls over Katahdin 5-0. * Saturday's M.A. pre-season football game with Foxcroft Academy has been changed to 4pm because of a problem with the lights at the field.* The MA Lynx cheerleaders will be holding a car wash and bake sale this coming Friday from 9 to 2 at the Lincoln Redemption Center on West Broadway. All proceeds will go to new uniforms.

The Lincoln Recreation Department's summer programs are listed at the bottom of our Community Events page. CLICK HERE!

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Watch this scoreboard for all the local high school sports scores!

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Field Hockey          

CLICK HERE for Heal point standings.

Fall Rec News

August 20 - Ron Weatherbee has announced that although grade 2-4 & 5-6 football has started, registrations are still being taken. K-2 instructional football will start September 8th. Grade 5-6 co-ed soccer starts August 28th at 5:30 at MA. Grade K & 1-2 soccer starts on the 5th and grade 3-4 on the 6th. Cheering starts September 5th and needs a supervisor/coach (paid). Field hockey starts on the 8th. Register at recreation office.

Fall Boot Camp: - This is a 3 day a week strength/cardio class Each night is a different type of workout.  Tuesday is strength training only.  It consists of several total body circuits.  We will work each muscle group followed by an ab segment at the end.  Wednesday is cardio.  This is a Tae Bo style cardio workout, finished off with a bonus leg/butt segment.  Thursday is a combo of LIGHT weights and cardio and abs.  Thursday will be higher reps and combo moves.  This is why the instructor is stressing LIGHT weight. EQUIPMENT NEEDED:  TUES: a couple sets of dumbbells (light & heavier), mat, yoga band, water WEDS:  mat, yoga band, water THURS:  light weight ONLY, mat, yoga band, water.

There will be a 3 on 3 basketball tournament Saturday the 25th starting at 10 am at Prince Thomas Park. This is free, with double elimination. Please register before 9:45am on the 25th either at the Rec Department office or at the tournament.

Maine Junior Golf Club Results

Winners of the Herb Vanadestine Golf Scholarship through The Maine Junior Golf Club $500 each. Picture: winners Rachel Vanadestine and Wyatt Foster presenting Dollie Vanadestine. Photo courtesy of Barnes Brook Golf Course.

Lincoln kids win at state track & field championships

Some kids complain that they're bored and don't do much of anything. You won't find those kids at the Junior Olympic Track & Field State Championships! Lincoln has some up-and-coming stars among the younger crowd. If you look through the results from the state competition held in Brewer recently, you'll see quite a few Lincoln kids listed among the state champions. We congratulate these winners, and all who competed. It takes a lot of hard work to achieve so much.



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Car wash/yard sale to raise money for soccer teams

August 17 - The MA soccer teams are raising money with a car wash and yard sale today until 2 pm at Lincoln Redemption on West Broadway. Stop by and get your vehicle shiny clean. If your car's not dirty, you might find something great on the yard sale tables. While you're there, pick up a game schedule and make plans to enjoy a fast-paced, exciting local sporting event. These young athletes will appreciate your support!

UPDATE: Thanks to all who showed up to support MA's soccer program: 

"Made over $1,000 today at the car wash, yard sale, bake sale.....way to go MA Lynx Soccer!" - Coach Dubay


6th Annual PVH Golf Tournament Planned for Friday, August 17

Penobscot Valley Hospital will host their 6th Annual Golf Tournament on Friday, August 17 at JaTo Highlands. For more information about the event, visit the hospital’s website at www.pvhme.org.

August 14 - Staff and volunteers at Penobscot Valley Hospital are gearing up for the 6th Annual PVH Golf Tournament which takes place Friday, August 17 at JaTo Highlands in Lincoln. The fundraising event is set up as a golf scramble with a shotgun start at 12:30 pm.

This year’s tournament is raising money for PVH’s Annual Fund 2012, and all the proceeds go toward renovating a patient room to create a new palliative care room. Spokesperson Kristie Libby says the focus of palliative care is to provide the best possible quality of life for patients facing pain, symptoms and stress associated with serious illness. 

“The funds raised will also help comfort patients who are nearing the end of life and will support their family and friends. This is a wonderful opportunity to help our hospital provide thoughtful, compassionate care to our patients and their families,” states Libby.

The cost to register is $70 a player or $260 for a team of four. The fee includes 18 holes of golf with a golf cart, a goody bag, a free putting contest, and a steak barbeque after the tournament at the Lincoln Snowhounds Club. Gift cards are awarded to the top three net and gross teams, closest to pin, longest drive, and putting contest. 

Three hole-in-one prizes are up for grabs, including:

a 2013 Dodge Dart provided by Thornton Bros.
a golf trip to Myrtle Beach, and
a NASCAR trip.
Thornton Bros will be at the event with the car for players to see.

Last year’s tournament raised over $20,000 from cash and in-kind donations and staff at PVH are working hard to surpass that number. “The PVH Golf Tournament is one of the largest in the area and always ensures a fun day of golf for our participants. Our event offers many hole-in-one prizes, raffles hosted by our Auxiliary, and an excellent barbeque put on by the hospital’s Food Services department,” explains Libby.

Major sponsors of this year’s tournament include: Unidine, BerryDunn, Select Designs, Brookfield U.S. Foundation, Siemens, Thornton Bros., Bangor Hydro Electric Company, Barresi Benefits Group, Comprehensive Pharmacy Services, and Dahl-Chase Pathology Associates. Player prizes have been sponsored this year by Health Access Network and Kelly, Remmel & Zimmerman. Team prizes are sponsored by Gillmor Farms and Navix.

The PVH Auxiliary will be on hand selling raffle tickets for many donated items including a new laptop computer donated by Dell. The drawings take place at the barbeque following the tournament on August 17. 

There is still time to sign up for the tournament or donate towards the event as a sponsor. For more information, contact Kristie Libby at 794-7324. Registration and sponsorship forms are available at JaTo and at http://www.pvhme.org/pvh.nsf/View/6thAnnualGolfTournament.

Coach Dubay and the 2012 MA soccer season

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August 13 - We received this statement from M.A. girls' soccer Coach Dubay today:
"Welcome to the 2012 soccer season! I'm very excited for this season. We have 7 senior leaders and found the largest participating class this year is the freshman which means many more years of talent. This makes my heart smile. I wanted to let everyone know that we will practice M-Th from 9-11am and again from 5-7pm. On Friday we will have our annual car wash/yard sale at the Lincoln Redemption Center from 9-4pm. If you have items you would like to donate, you can drop them off that day. If you would like to come help set up, take things to the dump at the end or help with making baked goods to be sold that would be great."

"We go to Orono for a play day on Saturday the 18th. We play at 10, 12 and our last game is at 1. The following week we have doubles on M/T and a home game vs. Katahdin on Wed. 22nd around 1:30 after the boys. Thursday the 23rd we will have one session at 9-11am and Friday the 24th we will go to Hampden for a play day. The bus will leave at 6:45 am and we play at 8am, 10:15, 11, 12:30, and 3:30. We also have another home game on Tues. 28 at 5 after the boys vs. Hermon. And we open our season at John Bapst on Sat., Sept. 1. The bus will leave at 9 and and the game is at 11. The girls can pick up a schedule in the office. We will also be attending the Susan Komen Race in Bangor on September 16. This is NOT mandatory because it is on a Sunday, but it's a wonderful experience and great team building opportunity if they can make it. Any questions/concerns, please contact me."

New baskets/backboards installed at Prince Thomas Park

MA pre-season contests announced

The following fall season sports contests have been announced:
BOYS' & GIRLS' SOCCER: Play Day at Hampden Academy 8am Aug. 25
FOOTBALL: Scrimmage at Hermon 5pm Aug. 20
                      Exhibition with Foxcroft Academy at M.A. 7pm Aug. 25
FIELD HOCKEY: Play Day at Central Academy 8am Aug. 25

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