The first annual “Commotion By The Ocean” basketball tournament took place over the weekend, taking the Midcoast by storm and featuring teams from all over the state and beyond.

The round robin tournament, which featured teams from Portland to Fredericton, New Brunswick, was part of a statewide event hosted by Maine Basketball Report or MBR.org.

The Midcoast portion of the tourney took place at four venues: Point Lookout in Northport, Lincolnville Central School, the Penobscot Bay YMCA in Rockport and the Rockland Community Building (which houses the city’s recreation department) on Limerock Street. There were also games, which did not feature local teams, at Noble High School in North Berwick.

Three local teams participated in the tournament, two of which were girls squads. The Midcoast girls teams were Midcoast Warriors 15U Hawkes, coached by Ron Hawkes; and Midcoast Warriors 16U Dean, led by Missy Dean. 15U is for ages 15 and younger and 16U is 16 and younger.

The boys team was the Midcoast Hurricanes, coached by Billy Reynolds.

Teams varied from U12 to U17, and faced opponents from different age groups depending on each team’s abilities. Each team was guaranteed anywhere from two to four games.

Midcoast Warriors 15U Hawkes went 0-4, while both Midcoast 16U Dean and the Midcoast Hurricanes sported 1-1 records.

Games were played in two 16-minute halves.

The following is a recap of results featuring Midcoast squads:

At Point Lookout Saturday, the Midcoast Warriors U15 team were doubled up by the Icebreakers 54-27. The Icebreakers, which led 31-13 at halftime, had Camden Hills freshman Jordan Knowlton drop in 13 points in the winning effort. Knowlton plays for the Portland-based AAU team. Additional team information on the Icebreakers was not available.

Leading the way for Midcoast Warriors U15 were Macy MacArthur with 10 points, while Addie Drinkwater and Cailand Sweeting each added four; Courtney Drinkwater, three; and Casey Carroll, Taylor Mazurek and Ashley Littlefield, all two.

Also at Point Lookout Saturday, the Midcoast Warriors U15 team dropped a 32-27 decision to the Warriors. Midcoast U-5, which led 15-9 at halftime, was led by MacArthur with 12 points, while Courtney Drinkwater added four; Brooke Dugan, three; Addie Drinkwater, Katrina Lapham, Sweeting and Lexi Nelligan, all two. Full names of Warrior players were unavailable.

At the Rockland Community Building Sunday, Midcoast Warriors U15 was nipped by the Mainiacs 41-40. Midcoast U15, which trailed 23-14 at halftime, was led by MacArthur with 10 points, while Lapham and Emily Blood each added eight; Addie Drinkwater, six; Dugan, four; Sweeting, Carroll and Courtney Drinkwater, all two; and M. Thibodeau, one.

For the Mainiacs, Kristi Willey netted 11 points, while Caitlin LaFontaine and Mallory Nelson each added 10; Amy Hilton, five; Aubrey Pennell, four; and Michaela Mitchell, one.

Also at the Rockland Recreation Center Sunday, Midcoast Warriors U15 fell to the Red Devils 54-53. Midcoast U15, which trailed 28-24 at halftime, was led by Dugan with 12 points, while Sweeting and Nelligan each added 11; Lapham, eight; Courtney Drinkwater, four; Carroll, three; and Addie Drinkwater and Littlefield, both one. Full names for the Red Devil players were unavailable.

At Lincolnville Central School Sunday, the Midcoast Warriors U16 team defeated the Mainiacs U17 team 60-47. Midcoast Warriors U16, which led 34-26 at halftime, was led by Kennadi Grover with 21 points, while Lindsay Ranquist added 14; Ericka Christensen, 11; Taylor Porter, nine; and Jackay Richards, five. Team names for the Mainiacs U17 team were unavailable.

Also at Lincolnville Central School Sunday, the Midcoast Warriors U16 team battled to a double-overtime 56-56 tie with the Mainiacs U-15 team. The two teams endured two two-minute overtimes before both coaches agreed to halt the contest. Ranquist led the way for the Midcoast Warriors U16 team with 18 points, while Grover tallied 16 and Porter and Christensen each 11. Team names for the Mainiacs U17 team were unavailable.

At Point Lookout Sunday, the Midcoast Hurricanes posted a 49-25 win over the Chillers. The Hurricanes, which led 49-25 at the half, were led by Colin Morse with 18 points, while Hunter Grindle added seven; Isaiah Stone-Patterson and Jayson Kuhn, both six; David Gould, four; Peter Vannorsdall and Ben Foster, both three; and Isaac Foster, two. Full names for the Chillers were unavailable.

Also at Point Lookout Sunday, the Midcoast Hurricanes dropped a 51-48 decision to the Penobscot Pirates. The Hurricanes, which led 28-21 at the half, were led by Morse with 15 points, while Grindle added 13; Matt Martin, eight; Vannorsdall, four; Foster and Kuhn, both three; and Stone-Patterson, two. Full names for the Pirates were unavailable.

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