Middle school court athletes return after holiday break
Busline League basketball teams were in recent action with middle schools back in session after the Thanksgiving break.
Coaches can report results to Courier Publications/VillageSoup by emailing game information or by sending photos, taken by a smartphone, of the home and away books, to email@example.com. Results also can be reported by calling 594-4401, extension 116.
The following is a recap of recently-reported results:
Boothbay 72, Oceanside White 8th 65
At Boothbay Dec. 2, the Wildcats pulled away in the third quarter and held on for a six-point win over the Mariners. Boothbay led 17-15, 32-31 and 56-41 at the quarter breaks.
Ruben Martinez tossed in 25 points for Oceanside, while Hunter Davis added 23; Anthony Moore, seven; Jack Freeman, six; and John Curtin and Chevaughn Reid, both two.
For Boothbay, Kyle Ames dumped in 36 points, while Eli Gudroe added 12; Sam Burnham, seven; Cameron Crocker, six; Keegan Giles, five; Jay Hash, four; and Nick Simpson, two.
Oceanside netted 7-of-13 (54 percent) from the foul line, while Boothbay converted 5-of-15 (33 percent).
Oceanside Blue 8th 54, Great Salt Bay 41
At Damariscotta Dec. 2, the Mariners picked up a 13-point win over the host Cougars.
Mike Norton Jr. scored 28 points to lead the visitors, while Trevor Carty added 10; Zach Porter, five; Kirt Ilvonen, four; Garrett Young, three; and Mike Doherty and Logan Sheridan, both two.
For Great Salt Bay, Keyden Leeman scored nine points, while Anderson Greenleaf added eight; Jacob Maker, six; Mason St. Louis, Nate Olson and Will Tun, all four; and Dylan Soohey, two.
The Mariners were 6-of-18 (33 percent) from the foul line and the Cougars 6-of-21 (28 percent).
Camden-Rockport 8th 66, Medomak 41
At Camden Dec. 2, the Schooners sailed to a 25-point win over the Riverhawks. The hosts led 15-11, 33-20 and 55-29 at the quarter breaks.
Jesse Fraser scored 14 points to lead Camden-Rockport, while Conrad Crans added 12; Noah Heidorn, 10; Lucas Boetsch, nine; Noah Erskine, six; Tucker Grinnell and Will Nickerson, both four; and Devin Winslow, Marco D'Amato and Eben Merrifield, all two.
Johnathon Luce led Medomak with 13 points, while Brent Stewart added seven; Josh Goldrup and Colin Fournier, both four; and Antonio Seccareccio, Jensen Willis, Ian Christiansen, Anthony Vitale and Alex Zelinski, all two.
Searsport 58, Wiscasset 38
At Searsport Dec. 2, the Vikings came away with a 20-point win over the Warriors. Searsport led 15-10, 35-20 and 49-24 at the quarter breaks.
Liam MacMillan scored 27 points for the Vikings, while Connor Kneeland added 12; Ben Powell, nine; Aaron Wiley, five; Carlie Spiegel, four; and George Dakin, one.
For Wiscasset, Zach Reed netted 14 points, while Jacob Wilson added five; Levi McAtee and Cable Fait, both four; Max Sampson, three; and Ronald Drake, Ben Masten, Hunter Raedel and Jake Traylor, all two.
Searsport was 14-of-32 (44 percent) from the foul line and Wiscasset 2-of-4 (50 percent).
Medomak 7th 59, Camden-Rockport 44
At Waldoboro Dec. 2, the Riverhawks soared to a 15-point win over the Schooners.
Alec Coughlin scored 16 points for Medomak, while Nathan Emerson added 14; Alex Clevette, seven; and Joey Horowitz and Greyson Clarke, both four.
For Camden-Rockport, Kerry Sabanty scored 13 points, while Jack Hanson added 11; Charlie O'Brien, eight; and Spencer Johndro, seven.
Oceanside Blue 7th 55, Great Salt Bay 26
At Thomaston Dec. 2, the Mariners wasted little time with the visiting Cougars and prevailed in convincing fashion. Oceanside Blue led 19-2, 31-8 and 44-22 at the quarter breaks.
Jack Lombardo scored 23 points for the winners, while Seth Sweet and Jaden Martin each added eight; Trevor Reed, five; Alex O'Brien, four; Aaron Steeves, three; and Nik Porter and Dustin Cote, both two.
For Great Salt Bay, Nolan Anderson and Gus Hunt each scored eight points, while Garret Prior added four and Jayden Doloff, Quincy Perry and Joe Gilbertson, all two.
The Mariners were 5-of-10 (50 percent) from the foul line, while the Cougars were 0-of-12.
Vinalhaven 70, Appleton 34
At Vinalhaven Nov. 30, the Vikings had no trouble with the visiting Wildcats and prevailed by 36 points. Vinalhaven led 21-7, 37-19 and 51-28 at the quarter breaks.
Keon Arey scored 21 points for the islanders, while Dustin Marriner added 15; Elijah Ames, 14; Jordan Radley, Mikael Strong and Andrew Moody, all six; and Frank Osgood, two.
Ethan Ford scored 21 points for Appleton, while Cooper Twitchell added eight; Caleb Boyington, three; and Cole Corey, two.
Camden-Rockport 7th 48, Medomak 47 (OT)
At Waldoboro Dec. 2, the Schooners won with one second remaining in thrilling fashion over the Riverhawks. Camden-Rockport led 11-4 after the first quarter, 17-14 at halftime and 28-18 after three quarters, while the game was knotted 36-36 at the end of regulation.
Kassie Krul poured in 36 points for CRMS, while Maddie Holt and Lauren Rockwell each added six and Rebecca Cox three.
For Medomak, Aubrey Schaeffer scored 14 points, while Lydia Simmons added 12; Talia Willis, seven; Hattie Watmough, six; and Madde White, Emma Hooper, Chelsea Field and Elizabeth Flanagan, all two.
Krul scored the game-winner with one second left on the clock for the Schooners.
Camden-Rockport 8th 54, Medomak 44
At Camden Dec. 2, the Schooners came away with a 10-point win over the Riverhawks.
Audrey Clement scored 26 points to lead CRMS, while Alli Wells added eight; Katie Heavey, seven; Piper Dunton, five; Emily Long, four; and Sarah Contento and Abbey O'Donal, both two.
For Medomak, Gabby DePatsy scored 25 points, while Kallie Kunesh added 12 and Zoe Gammons and Cierra Dyer both two.
Medomak was 5-of-10 (50 percent) from the free-throw line and Camden-Rockport 8-of-13 (61 percent).
Searsport 33, Wiscasset 19
At Searsport Dec. 2, the Vikings jumped to a sizeable lead early and never looked back en route to a 14-point win. Searsport led 15-2, 23-4 and 32-6 at the quarter breaks.
Hannah Nadeau scored 10 points for Searsport, while Audrey Walker added six; Mikeala Alley, five; Kaylee Knowles, four; and Brooklynn Alberts, Ashten Wells, Alexis Loring and Karyn Mylen, all two.
Arieanna Miller netted five points for Wiscasset, while Grace Webber, Maisey True, Sarah Foley, Lindsey Gordon, Maeve Blodgett, Leah Potter and Natalie Corson each two.
The Warriors were 1-of-7 (14 percent) from the foul line, while the Vikings were 5-of-14 (36 percent).
Oceanside Blue 8th 51, Great Salt Bay 26
At Damariscotta Dec. 2, the Mariners sailed to a convincing win over the host Cougars. Oceanside trailed 10-8 after the first quarter, but led 28-21 at halftime and 39-25 after three quarters.
Gabby Simmons tossed in 16 points, for the winners, while Carly Pine added 14; Aubrey Anderson, 10; Emilee Clough, six; and Taylor Hamlin, four.
Kaitlyn Feltis led the Cougars with nine points.
The Mariners were 9-of-20 (45 percent) from the foul line and the Cougars 4-of-15 (27 percent).