The regular seasons for the Busline League Large School Division boys and girls basketball teams have come to a close, with the playoffs set to begin next week.

The final Busline League Large School Division regular-season standings are:

Seventh-grade girls — Boothbay Elementary School, 8-0; Rockland District Middle School, 5-3; Medomak Middle School, 4-4; Camden-Rockport Middle School, 3-5; and Troy Howard Middle School in Belfast, 0-8.

Eighth-grade girls — Troy Howard, 9-1; Rockland, 8-2; Boothbay, 6-4; Camden-Rockport, 4-6; Medomak, 1-9; and Wiscasset Middle School, 1-9.

Seventh-grade boys — Boothbay, 10-0, Medomak, 7-3; Camden-Rockport, 6-4; Wiscasset, 4-6; Rockland, 2-8; and Troy Howard, 1-9.

Eighth-grade boys — Rockland, 10-0; Camden-Rockport, 8-2; Wiscasset, 6-4; Boothbay, 3-7; Troy Howard, 3-7; and Medomak, 0-10.

The quarterfinals for all four divisions will take place on Monday and Tuesday, Jan. 11 and Jan. 12, with the semifinals set for Wednesday and Thursday, Jan. 13 and Jan. 14. The Busline League championships are slated for Tuesday and Wednesday, Jan. 19 and Jan. 20 at Camden-Rockport Middle School.

In the seventh-grade girls division, No. 4 Camden-Rockport will host No. 5 Troy Howard in the lone quarterfinal game. Top-seeded Boothbay, No. 2 Rockland and No. 3 Medomak all receive byes into the semifinals. The winner of the quarterfinal game between the Schooners and Lions will battle the No. 1 Wildcats in the semifinals, while the No. 2 Eagles will also host the No. 3 Riverhawks in semifinal play.

In the eighth-grade girls division, No. 4 Camden-Rockport will host No. 5 Medomak in the lone quarterfinal game. Top seeded Troy Howard, No. 2 Rockland and No. 3 Boothbay all receive byes into the semifinals. The winner of the quarterfinal game between the Schooners and Riverhawks will face the No. 1 Lions in the semifinals, while the No. 2 Eagles will also host the No. 3 Wildcats in semifinal play.

In the seventh-grade boys division, No. 4 Wiscasset will host No. 5 Rockland, while No. 3 Camden-Rockport will host No. 6 Troy Howard in the two quarterfinal contests. Top-seeded Boothbay and No. 2 Medomak receive byes into the semifinals. The winner of the quarterfinal game between the Warriors and Eagles will face the No. 1 Wildcats in the semifinals, while the winner of the game between the No. 3 Schooners and No. 6 Lions will face the No. 2 Riverhawks in the semifinals.

In the eighth-grade boys division, No. 4 Troy Howard will host No. 5 Boothbay, while No. 3 Wiscasset will host No. 6 Medomak in the two quarterfinal contests. Top-seeded Rockland and No. 2 Camden-Rockport receive byes into the semifinals. The winner of the quarterfinal game between the Lions and Wildcats will face the No. 1 Eagles in the semifinals, while the winner of the game between the No. 3 Warriors and No. 6 Riverhawks will face the No. 2 Schooners in the semifinals.

The following is a recap of Wednesday’s final regular-season games:

Boys

At Belfast, the Troy Howard Middle School eighth-graders defeated Medomak Middle School 34-31. The Lions led 10-2, 22-12 and 28-19 at the quarter breaks.

Greg Clark tossed in 17 points for the winners, while Mike McFadden added seven; Asa Lewis and Korey Doolan, both three; Leo Richter, both two; and Tristan Cook and Tyler Tran, both one.

The Riverhawks were paced by Adam Feener with eight points, while Nate Mazanec added six; Caidsen Willis and Tim Farrar, both four; Devin Field, three; and Michael Wadsworth, Zach Little and Tristian Look, all two.

Also at Belfast, the Medomak Middle School seventh-grade squad held off Troy Howard Middle School 31-28. The Lions led 8-6 after the first quarter of play, 16-9 at halftime and 24-23 after three quarters.

Micah Williamson led the Riverhawks with 13 points, while Sam Morrill added six; Noah Beck and Hunter Wincapaw, each three; and Robbie Flint, Cody Heal and Jamie Temple, all two.

For the Lions, Drew Nealey netted nine points, while Gage Corsen added seven; Alex Canning, four; and Zach Davis, Zavier Roman, Matt Smith and Austin Sprague, all two.

The Riverhawks were 3-of-10 (30 percent) from the foul line, while the Lions were 7-of-14 (50 percent).

At Rockland, the Rockland eighth-graders edged Camden-Rockport 55-52. The Eagles had a 14-13 lead after the first quarter, but at halftime the squads were tied 28-28. Then in the third stanza, CRMS came back to lead 40-37.

James Nyugen led the Eagles with 14 points, followed by Bronson Philbrick with 12; David Gould and Hunter Grindle, both eight; Issiah Patterson, six; Gunner Cummings, four; and Jeb Fontaine, three.

For Camden-Rockport Joey Chamberlain took the lead with 16 points, followed by Chandler Crans with 14; Colin Morse, eight; Peter Vannorsdall, six; Jayson Kuhn, five; John Hall, two; and Duncan Hall, one.

Rockland was 7-of-18 (39 percent) from the charity stripe and Camden-Rockport 13-of-19 (68 percent).

Also at Rockland, the Rockland District Middle School seventh-grade squad defeated the visiting Schooners 46-34. The Eagles led 14-11, 23-16 and 31-22 at the quarter breaks.

Zeke Hamlin paced the Eagles with eight points, while Nate Philbrook, Ryan Allender and Zach Roman each added seven; Alden Wadsworth, six; Nick Barrett, five; Zach Peaco, four; and Ryan Davis, two.

For the Schooners, Andrew Hall tossed in 17 points, while Drew Holt and Daulton Wickenden each added five; Matt Crockett and Drew Long, each three; and Justin Lopez, one.

Click for more photos from the Camden-Rockport at Rockland seventh-grade boys game.

Click for more photos from the Camden-Rockport at Rockland eighth-grade boys game.

Click for more photos from the Medomak Middle School at Troy Howard Middle School eighth-grade boys game.

Click for more photos from the Medomak Middle School at Troy Howard Middle School seventh-grade boys game.

Girls

At Camden, the Rockland District Middle School seventh-graders defeated the host Schooners 41-30. Payton Billingsley and Emily Gould each led the Eagles with 16 points apiece, with Gould scoring 12 in the final eight minutes to secure the win.

Additional game information was not available.

Also at Camden, the Rockland District Middle School eighth-graders defeated the host Schooners 46-45. The Schooners led 15-0 after the first quarter of play, while the Eagles battled back to take a 25-24 halftime edge and a 39-29 lead after three quarters. The Schooners outscored the Eagles 16-7 in the final quarter, but could not overtake the visitors.

Brooke Dugan led RDMS with 15 points, while Emma Spencer added 13; Trittany Penn, eight; and Kim Young and McKenzie Sirois, each five.

Melanie Vangel keyed the Schooners with 14 points, while Addie Drinkwater added 12; Natalie Hamalainen, five; Kianne Crockett, four; and Fiona Fischer, Haley Terrio, Brittany Bowman, Paige Christie and Allison Warren, all two.

The Eagles were 8-of-16 (50 percent) from the free-throw line, while the Schooners were 6-of-16 (38 percent).

At Waldoboro, the Medomak Middle School seventh-graders defeated visiting Troy Howard 42-15. The Riverhawks led 18-0, 32-2 and 38-4 at the quarter breaks.

Hannah Marks led the Riverhawks with 10 points, while Hannah Heald added eight; Lexi Genthner, six; Aidan Skov, five; Laura Dyer, four; Cece Luce, three; and Tekia Cox, Delaney Overlock and Emmy Ells, all two.

For Troy Howard, Maddy Littlefield had an eight-point effort, while Breanna Cummings added three and Kennadee Baker and Alexis Racioppi each added two.

Also at Waldoboro, the Troy Howard Middle School eighth-grade squad bested Medomak Middle School 36-30. The Lions led 12-8, 18-14 and 28-21 at the quarter breaks.

Taylor Mason led the Riverhawks with 12 points, while Sammie Griffin added 10; Halie Haskins, four; and Amanda Young and Brooke Benedict, both two.

Ashley Littlefield had 16 points for the Lions, while Maddie Cummings and Hannah Bailey each added six; Paige Profitt and Vanessa Roberts, both four; and Sam Moores, two.

Click for more photos from the Rockland at Camden-Rockport seventh-grade girls game.

Click for more photos from the Rockland at Camden-Rockport eighth-grade girls game.

Village NetMedia Associate Sports Director Mark Haskell can be reached at 207-594-4401 or by e-mail at mhaskell@villagesoup.com.