Waldo County high school basketball teams hit the courts over the weekend for two busy nights of hardwood action. Unfortunately, it was a rough weekend for most local teams with only one win — that coming from the consistently strong Mount View boys — for local athletes. However, some scores were close and play was surely competitive.

Boys

Mount View 69, Leavitt 52 … Though they trailed 14-13 after the first quarter, Mount View sprang into action Saturday and took on Leavitt of Turner (4-6) with strong leads in the subsequent quarters. At halftime the Mustangs led 35-23 and after three quarters they held a 50-37 edge.

Tim Alton led the ‘Stangs with 16 points, followed by Mike Cochrane, 12; Zach Babin, 11; Colby Blanchard, nine; Dylan Keller, eight; Jason Hughes, seven; and Bobby Porter, Alic Albright and Mitch Ryan, each two.

For Leavitt, Jordan Hersom led with 15 points, followed by Noah Poto with 10; Cam Griffen, seven; Shawn Berry and Tyler Allen, both five; Tim Dow, four; Jason Fisher, three; Devin Long, two; and Kyle Smith, one.

The Mustangs went 17-of-25 (68 percent) from the free-throw line and Leavitt was 13-of-26 (50 percent).

The Mustangs (8-2, 30.8025 Heal Points) are fifth in the most recent Maine Principals’ Association Heal Point Standings for Eastern Class B. Camden Hills (10-0, 54.5679 Heal Points) is the top team in the region.

Maranacook 63, Belfast 36 … After taking a 10-point lead in the first quarter, Maranacook (8-2) kept up the pace and defeated host Belfast in Saturday’s game. At the quarter breaks, the Black Bears of Readfield led 19-9, 30-19 and 46-23.

Derrick Bernosky keyed the Lions with 10 points, followed by Jack Davis with eight; Brad Reed, five; Scott Kulikowski, four; Lewis Dyer, Dustin Howes, and Dylan Webster, all two; and Josh Beal, Eric Mitchell and Adam Heroux, all one.

Ben Johnson led his team with 24 points, followed by David Clough with eight; Sam Bulin and Gabe Giguere, both six; Seth Miller, five; Jack Kennedy, four; and Harry Lanphear, Eben Ballard and Brandon Guerrette, all two.

The Lions made 9-of-17 foul shots (53 percent) and the Black Bears 9-of-18 (50 percent).

The Lions (0-9, no points) are 19th (last) in the most recent Maine Principals’ Association Heal Point Standings for Eastern Class B. Camden Hills (10-0, 54.5679 Heal Points) is the top team in the region.

Seacoast Christian 60, Islesboro 58 … At South Berwick on Saturday, in a closely matched affair, the Eagles fell to Seacoast Christian (4-5) after four competitive quarters. Seacoast Christian took a 17-16 lead after the first quarter, 35-29 in the second and 45-42 after the third.

D.J. Johnson led Isleboro with 18 points, followed by Jason Hatch with 15; Charlie Gebhardt, eight; Art Govoni, six; Gerars Sheer and Tyler Grindle, both five; and Max Mahan, one.

Mark Towne led Seacost Christian with 18 points, followed by Jay Archer with 16; Jon Gould, 12; Jared Amos, nine; Austin Minnon and Jeff Odess, two; and Luke St. Pierre, one.

The Eagles (3-4, 4.8148 Heal Points) are 10th in the most recent Maine Principals’ Association Heal Point Standings for Western Class D. Richmond (9-0, 30.1266 Heal Points) is the top team in the region.

Washington Academy 86, Searsport 42 … Additional information was unavailable.

The Vikings (3-8, 2.7778 Heal Points) are 17th in the most recent Maine Principals’ Association Heal Point Standings for Eastern Class C. Washington Academy (10-1, 42.6312 Heal Points) is the top team in the region.

Girls

Seacoast Christian 54, Islesboro 14 … On Saturday, Islesboro lost to Seacoast Christian (5-4) after falling short for four quarters. Seacoast Christian led 16-4, 26-5 and 46-11 at the quarter breaks.

Caitlin Small led the Eagles with seven points, followed by Ally Craig with four; Lindsay Durkee, two; and Alanna Govoni, one. For Islesboro, Durkee (9 rebounds), Govani (8 rebounds, 2 steals), Small (5 rebounds, 2 assists), Zoe Klewin (4 rebounds), Craig (2 rebounds, 2 assists) and Howell (4 rebounds) were statistical leaders.

Makayla Harris led Seacoast Christian with 22 points, followed by Ruth Towne with 14; Jenny English and Emily Hall, both six; and Kirin DeSmith, Stephanie Lacroix and Bekah Jardine, all two.

Islesboro made 2-of-7 foul shots (28 percent) and Seacoast was 0-of-2.

The Eagles (1-5, 0.6250 Heal Points) are 13th in the most recent Maine Principals’ Association Heal Point Standings for Western Class D. Richmond (7-2, 25.2651 Heal Points) is the top team in the region.

Greater Portland Christian 34, Islesboro 14 … On Friday, Islesboro (1-4) fell to Portland Christian (3-3) at Isleboro in a visitor-led match up.

Greater Portland Christian took a 12-1 lead after the first quarter and continued 19-4 in the second, then 27-12 after the third quarter.

Allie Craig led the Eagles with seven points followed by Lindsay Durkee with three; Zoe Klewin, two; and Caitlin Small and Alanna Govoni, one.

For Greater Portland Christian Andrea Ruiz had eight; Suzanne Gonzalez and Rebecca Vandette, six; Emily Strout, five; Liz Garland, four; Elaine Beech and Robyn Waugh, two; and Kim Dawson, one.

For Isleboro Klewin (9 rebounds, 1 steal); Durkee (6 rebounds, 2 steals); Craig (3 rebounds, 4 steals, 1 assist); Govoni (9 rebounds, 1 assist); Small (8 rebounds, 2 steals); and Aven Howell (8 rebounds).

Isleboro had 2-of-15 (13 percent) free throws and Seacost Christian had 4-of-13 (31 percent).

Washington Academy 51, Searsport 16 … At Searsport, despite close first and second quarters, fourth-ranked Washington (7-3) defeated the Vikings Friday after taking a lead in each quarter. At the quarter breaks, the visitors led 6-5, 15-11 and 37-13.

Olivia Quigley keyed Searsport with 11 points, followed by Katherine Cotter and Kelli Smith, two each; and Sara Bradshaw, one.

For the Raiders, Christy Smith led with nine points, followed by Taylor Seeley with eight; Andi Flannery, six; Breanna Nicely, five; Sarah Lehman, Kayleigh Bridges, Elizabeth Stanley, Jessa Cushing and Kalah Mitchell, four each; and Kirsti Wright, one.

The Vikings went 4-of-9 (44 percent) on foul shots, while the Raiders were 7-of-17 (41 percent).

The Vikings (1-10, 0.5556 Heal Points) are 18th in the most recent Maine Principals’ Association Heal Point Standings for Eastern Class C. Foxcroft Academy (7-1, 32.0988 Heal Points) is the top team in the region.

Leavitt 59, Mount View 39 … Additional information was unavailable.

The Mustangs (5-5, 18.3642 Heal Points) are 10th in the most recent Maine Principals’ Association Heal Point Standings for Eastern Class B. Presque Isle (10-0, 45.3704 Heal Points) is the top team in the region.

Maranacook 47, Belfast 27 … At Readfield Saturday, Katie Dore scored 16 points as the Black Bears cruised to the win. Hannah Clough added 11 points for Maranacook (4-6). Morgan Mansfield had eight points for Belfast. Additional information was unavailable.

The Lions (1-8, 0.5556 Heal Points) are 18th in the most recent Maine Principals’ Association Heal Point Standings for Eastern Class B. Presque Isle (10-0, 45.3704 Heal Points) is the top team in the region.

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