Oceanside boys eclipse 100 points in lopsided win over BelfastMariner girls best Belfast; Medomak Valley squads downed by Eagles
The Oceanside boys and girls basketball teams squared off with Belfast on Monday, Jan. 20, with both Mariner squads looking to get back on the winning track following recent losses to Camden Hills of Rockport.
And the Lion boys and girls, both of whom earned their first wins of the season on Friday, Jan. 17 against Waldo County-rival Mount View of Thorndike, as it turns out, ran into a buzzsaw Monday in the form of the Mariners.
The Mariner squads prevailed over the Lions, with the boys earning a 106-34 victory in Rockland, while the girls prevailed 52-31 in Belfast (information on this game was unavailable).
Additionally, the Medomak Valley boys and girls came up short in its doubleheader against Lincoln Academy on Friday, Jan. 17 in Waldoboro, with the boys falling 48-46 and the girls dropping a 40-29 decision.
The following is a recap of recently-reported results:
Oceanside 106, Belfast 34
At Rockland Jan. 20, the Mariners finished with their highest scoring output of the season, as they eclipsed the century mark in a rout of the Lions. Oceanside, which scored the first 18 points of the contest, led 28-10, 53-16 and 81-20 at the quarter breaks.
David Gould scored 24 points for the Mariners, including 22 in the first half, while Keenan Hendricks added 20; Isaiah Stone-Patterson, 17; Zach Peaco, 11; Nick Judge and Nick Mazurek, eight; Eli Thorbjornson, six; Walker Ranney, five; Hunter Grindle, four; and Griffin Lombardo, three.
Zavier Roman and Zeke Ventura scored six points for the Lions, while Nolan Woods added five; Garrett Hamlin, four; Zane Bielenberg, Asa Lewis and Rory Ambrose, three; and Korey Doolan and Eduardo DeSaPinto, two.
The Mariners were 8-of-13 (62 percent) from the foul line, while the Lions were 5-of-9 (56 percent).
In the Maine Principals' Association Heal Point Standings for Eastern Class B, Oceanside (11-2, 70.5247 points) is second, while Belfast (1-10, 6.4815 points) is 15th. Camden Hills (11-2, 72.3765 points) is first in the 19-team region. The top 13 teams qualify for the playoffs.
Lincoln Academy 48, Medomak Valley 46
At Waldoboro Jan. 20, the Eagles got a buzzer-beater from Allen Oliver and dealt the Panthers their fourth loss. Lincoln Academy led 11-6, 24-16 and 39-27 at the quarter breaks, while the Panthers outscored the Eagles 19-9 in the final stanza.
Nicholas DePatsy scored 18 points to lead the Panthers, while Hunter Baughman and Zach Little added six; Micah Williamson, five; Noah Beck, three; and Colton Spear, two.
Seward Matel keyed the Eagles with 11 points, while Devin Scherer added nine; Oliver, eight; Travis Creamer and Cole Leeman, six; Sawyer Pinkham, five; and Brady Leeman, three.
In the Maine Principals' Association Heal Point Standings for Eastern Class B, Medomak Valley (6-5. 34.4136 points) is seventh, while Camden Hills (11-2, 72.3765 points) is first in the 19-team region. The top 13 teams qualify for the playoffs.
Lincoln Academy 40, Medomak Valley 29
At Waldoboro Jan. 17, the Panthers were outscored 23-9 in the second half as the Eagles soared to victory. Medomak Valley led 11-6 after the first quarter and 20-12 at halftime, while Lincoln Academy led 28-23 after three quarters.
Hannah Marks scored 15 points to lead the Panthers, while Justice Barrows added seven; Maggie Cox, five; and Brooke Benedict, two.
Barrett Campbell scored 15 points to lead the Eagles, while Taylor Oiver added 11; Jen Genthner, seven; Brie Wajer, four; Alyx York, two; and Avae Traina, one.
Lincoln Academy converted 12-of-17 (71 percent) free-throw attempts, while Medomak Valley made 9-of-15 (60 percent).
In the Maine Principals' Association Heal Point Standings for Eastern Class B, Medomak Valley (9-3, 42.1296 points) is fourth, while Presque Isle (14-0, 80.0926 points) is first in the 19-team region. The top 13 teams qualify for the playoffs.