Waldoboro Rec, will be offering a field hockey camp the week of July 17-21 for children in 4th – 8thgrades. The camp will be held at the Waldoboro Recreation Complex from 5:30PM to 7PM. Registration is $25 for Waldoboro residents and $35 for non-residents. There is equipment available for use! Registration forms are available above and at the Waldoboro town office. For more information call Marcus Benner at 207-832-5369.
The Waldoboro Recreation Department is in need of volunteer coaches for the Youth Cheering Program. The program is divided into two divisions: Sideline (K-6th grade) Competition (4th-6th grade only).
Practices are typically held several times a week and are scheduled to begin around Thanksgiving. The Sideline program learns basic cheering fundamentals and performs at pee-wee basketball games. Participants in the Competition program learn choreographed dance routines, stunts, cheers and perform at Maine Youth Cheering events. Sideline continues through the end of January and Competition squad runs through March.
Waldoboro Youth Cheering Registration Ongoing
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The Waldoboro Recreation Department has begun accepting registrations for the 2015-2016 Waldoboro Youth Sideline Cheering Program (K-6th grade). Registration fees are $25.00 for Waldoboro Residents and $35.00 for non-residents. Participants should register at the Waldoboro Recreation Department. A coaches meet and greet and registration session will take place on Saturday, Nov 21 from 9-10:30am in the Miller School Gym.
The first practice for Sideline Cheering is scheduled for Wednesday, December 2, 2015 at 4:30pm in the Miller School Gym. The program will run on Wednesday afternoons and Saturday mornings. Additional practices times, locations and other details will be available at the first practice. All cheerleaders MUST be signed up by December 2nd.
Participants in the Sideline program learn basic cheering fundamentals and perform at pee-wee basketball games. For safety, jewelry is prohibited at practices or events, this includes new piercings.
Assistant coaches are also needed. For more information or if interested in coaching please contact Kyle at the Recreation Department at 832-5369.
On Sunday May 20th 2018, thirteen athletes gathered at Begley Field at the Waldoboro Recreation Complex to compete in the annual Pitch Hit and Run Event. This years event had kids across 3 separate divisions, the 9/10 girls division, 9/10 boys division and the 11/12 boys division. In each division there is a possibility of 4 different champions, the Overall Champion with the highest combined score, and the individual event champions with the highest score in each event (Pitching, Hitting, Running)
The 9/10 girls division had 4 competitors which included, Kytana Williamson, Kendall Simmons, Arianna Kennard and Rachel Barbour. Results as follows:
Overall Champion: Kytana Williamson
Pitching Champion: Rachel Barbour & Kytana Williamson
Hitting Champion: Kytana Williamson
Running Champion: Kytana Williamson
The 9/10 boys division also had 4 competitors which included, Konner Scofield, Aidyn Herring, Josh Blake and Nathan Staples. Results as follows:
Overall Champion: Konner Scofield & Aidyn Herring
Pitching Champion: Konner Scofield
Hitting Champion: Josh Blake
Running Champion: Aidyn Herring
The 11/12 Boys division had 5 competitors which included, Gabe Lash, Kristian Schumann, Sam Moody, Sebastian Smith, and Kolby Staples. Results as follows:
Overall Champion: Gabe Lash
Pitching Champion: Gabe Lash
Hitting Champion: Gabe Lash
Running Champion: Gabe Lash
All of the Champions from the Waldoboro event have qualified to compete at the sectional competition in Bangor on June 3rd. Overall Champions of the Sectional event in Bangor will have there scores compared to others in the region to see if they qualify to compete in the next round at Fenway Park!!!! Good luck to all the Waldoboro Champions and a special thanks to all the volunteers that help make this event happen.
**I have attached the excel spreadsheet of the overall results from the competition with the scores included for each competitor**
**Pictured from Left to Right: Josh Blake, Konner Scofield, Gabe Lash, Aidyn Herring, Kytana Williamson and Rachel Barbour**
MLB Pitch, Hit, & Run Competition
- When: Sunday, May 21st
Where: Waldoboro Rec Complex—Begley Field
For: Girls & Boys ages 7-14
Bring: Proof of Birth Date
Rain Date: Sunday, May 28th
For more information or scheduling issues, please contact Marcus at the Waldoboro Recreation Department at 832-5369.
The Recreation Department is accepting registrations for the Waldoboro Youth Summer Recreation Program. The program provides five weeks of structured activities and field trips for Waldoboro children entering first through seventh grade.
The program is scheduled to begin Monday, July 9th and run 9am to 1pm, Monday through Friday until August 10th, 2018, at the Miller Elementary School gymnasium. Registrations for non-resident children will be accepted on a space available basis. Program attendance is flexible, so families can go on vacations and still attend the remaining events when they return.
Parents, legal guardians or designated representatives must sign children in and out each day. There are a maximum of 40 spots available each week. There are many activities and field trips planned for this year. Weekly swimming and hiking trips are planned in addition to other activities around the Midcoast community.
Program cost is $40/week per child. (Non-residents $60). A limited number of scholarships are available for Waldoboro citizens only. Contact the Recreation Department at 832-5369 for more information. Registration forms can be found at the Waldoboro Town Office or at www.waldoboromaine.org
WALDOBORO YOUTH SOCCER REGISTRATION
Registrations for the 2017 Waldoboro Youth Soccer program are being accepted at the Waldoboro Recreation Department through Friday, September 8th. A final registration session will be held at the Waldoboro Town Office (1600 Atlantic Highway) on Saturday, September 9th, 2017 from 9am-11am. Due to scheduling, uniform orders and roster management, registrations will not be accepted after this date.
The program is open to boys and girls entering Kindergarten through 6th grade in Waldoboro and surrounding communities. There are three divisions of play: K-2nd grade meet from 9-10:30am at MVHS on Saturday mornings beginning September 18th. 3rd/4th grade and 5/6th grade practices begin week of September 11th. Cost of the program is $25.00 per player for Waldoboro Residents and $35.00 for all others.
Medomak Valley Pee Wee Wrestling (PreK-4th)
Medomak Valley Medomak Valley Pee Wee Wrestling is accepting registrations for the Pre-K through 4th grade Wrestling Program. The program is open to boys and girls in the RSU 40 area. Wrestlers have begun meeting on Monday's & Thursday's from 4:30pm to 6pm in the cafeteria at Medomak Valley High School. The focus of the program is to teach the basic skills of wrestling. Several meets are being scheduled. A $10.00 donation is requested.
Registration forms are available at practices. For more information, please contact Jed Harris at 542-4451.
In the 9/10 Girls Division local champion Kytana Williamson finished in second place overall!
In the 9/10 Boys Division local hitting champion Josh Blake finished in second place overall, with local running champion Aidyn Herring finishing in 3rd!
In the 11/12 Boys division local champion Gabe Lash finished in first place overall! His score will be compared with others in the New England region and if it is a top 3 score he will advance to the next round that will be held at Fenway Park!
Konner Scofield and Rachel Barbour qualified for the sectional competition but did not attend.
*Photo courtesy of Matt Lash
Waldoboro Recreation to Host Cheerleading Tumbling classes
The Waldoboro Recreation Department is hosting a 10-week tumbling class specifically designed for those interested in cheerleading on Saturday afternoons beginning September 3, 2016 at Medomak Middle School in Waldoboro. (No classes Oct 8th) Cheer Tumbling is open to beginning, intermediate and advanced tumblers in grades K-12. There is no residency requirement or restriction. Grades K-4 (12:00-1:00pm), Grades 5-8 (1:00pm-2:00pm) Grades 9-12 (2:00pm-3:00pm).
Instruction (depending on skill level) will include standing back handsprings, back tucks, cartwheels, round offs and other cheer tumbling moves. Class sizes are limited to 15 students each. Cost is $110 per student. Matt Hanley, a Tri-State Champion gymnast from Element All Stars will be instructing.
For more information or to register, contact the Waldoboro Recreation Department at 832-5369. Registration forms are available at the Waldoboro Town Office or may be downloaded at www.waldoboromaine.org. A parents/guardians signature is required for those under 18. All participants MUST be registered no later than Thursday, September 1st.