The Nokomis Warriors will host Lincoln Academy in a varsity doubleheader Thursday evening.
The night will start with the girls contest at 5 p.m. The lady Eagles come into the game on a three game winning streak.
Two of the losses for Lincoln Academy (3-4) came against class B east powers Oceanside and Gardiner.
Speaking of class B east powers. Nokomis (6-0) has outscored opponents by an average of 50 to 23 so far this season.
Nokomis will follow this game with most likely their toughest stretch during the regular season.
The Warriors will host Camden Hills (3-3) on Saturday. They will follow that up with road game against Gardiner (5-1) and Oceanside (6-1).
The stretch will conclude when the Warriors host the Leavitt Hornets on January 17th. The Hornets are currently 7-0 and the top team in class B west.
Juniors Kelsie Richards, Kylie Richards, Taylor Shaw and Lindsay Whitney lead a strong Nokomis backcourt.
Anna Mackenzie, Mikayla Charters and Traci Carson lead a solid inside game for coach Michelle Paradis and the Warriors.
The Warriors boys basketball team will try to snap a two game losing streak when they host the Eagles for a 6:30 p.m. contest.
Nokomis (3-3) currently sits eighth in the eastern Maine class B boys heal point standings. 13 out of the 19 teams in class B east will qualify for tournament play.
Lincoln Academy (2-5) currently sits in 12th in the western Maine class B boys heal point standings. 12 out of the 18 teams in class B west will qualify for tournament. play.