With Division I boys and girls basketball tipping off the regular season Monday, Busline League hoop action in both divisions is in full swing all the young student-athletes await the upcoming holiday break.

Many teams were in action Monday and more were to play Tuesday before play is suspended until next week for the long Thanksgiving holiday weekend.

Coaches can report game results to VillageSoup by calling 594-4401 or by e-mailing sports@villagesoup.com.

The following is a recap of recently reported results.

Division I boys

At Camden Monday, the Camden-Rockport Middle School seventh-graders fell to Boothbay 41-29. The Wildcats led 6-1, 24-15 and 31-17 at the quarter breaks.

Taylor Crosby paced the Schooners with 10 points, while Field Leonard and Dalton Oakes added four; and Shawn Albertson, Nick Denny, Jack Gallagher, Ian McBride and Nicholas Rozsahegyi, all two.

For Boothbay, Abel Bryer netted 11 points, while Ben Drummond and Gabe Durin each added eight; Morgan Wilson, Nick Gorey and Adam Knowles, all four; and Shane Johnson, two.

At Waldoboro Monday, the Rockland District Middle School seventh-graders opened the season with a 46-34 win over Medomak Middle School. RDMS led 13-6, 25-16 and 33-28 at the quarter breaks.

Keenan Hendricks netted 15 points for the Eagles in the win, while Thomas Curtis added eight; Nick Mazurek, seven; Isiah Greene, four; and Jacob Bartlett and Christian Straka, both two.

For the Riverhawks, Nicholas DePatsy scored 11 points, while Zach Starr added eight; Ollie Brown, seven; Jackson Vail, four; and David Herron and Brady Luce, each two.

Also at Waldoboro, the Medomak Middle School eighth-graders posted a 36-29 win over Rockland District Middle School. The Riverhawks led 4-1 after the first quarter and 8-7 at halftime, while the Eagles took a 20-14 lead after three quarters.

Hunter Wincapaw scored 10 points to lead MMS, while Jamie Temple added nine; Micah Williamson, eight; Robbie Flint, six; Noah Beck, two; and Glenn Weeks, one.

Jared Leonardi netted eight points to lead RDMS, while Steve Goodrich added five; Nick Barrett, four; Zach Peaco and Ryan Allendar, both three; and Mazlin Higbee and Zach Roman, both two.

Monday at Belfast, The Troy Howard Middle School seventh-graders defeated visiting Wiscasset Middle School 40-32. The game was knotted 8-8 after the first eight minutes of play, while the Lions roared to a 16-13 halftime edge and a 28-18 advantage after three quarters.

Alex Flagg scored 10 points to lead THMS, while Drew Neally added nine; Gage Corson, six; Zach Darres, five; Alex Fritz and Jordan Bickford, both four; and Billy Pantoja, two.

For Wiscasset, Mike Steinort netted nine points, while Cody Roberts added six; Corbin Teel and Brandon Colby, both four; Grant Hefler, three; Chayse Reed, two; and Bryson Grover and Kiernan Huggins, each one.

Division II boys

At Lincolnville Monday, Appleton Village School posted a 46-13 win over Lincolnville Central School. The Wildcats led 14-1, 26-5 and 35-9 at the quarter breaks.

Wyatt Summers netted 10 points to lead Appletno, while Cam Lafleche and Nate Pascal each added eight; Austin Egan, six; Owen Hilt, five; Nick Cammelieri, three; Jack Moody and Dylan Taylor, each two; and Morgan Ford, one.

For the Lynx, Connor Grindle and Peyton Young each netted four points, while Avery Grindle added three; and Aithen Heald two.

Division I girls

At Rockland Monday, the Rockland District Middle School eighth-graders posted a 38-26 win over Medomak Middle School. The Riverhawks held a 3-2 lead after the first quarter, while the Eagles nabbed a 12-9 edge at halftime and a 27-19 lead after three quarters.

Ari Curtis led the Eagles with nine points, while Brianna Dugan added eight; Rachel Philbrook, five; Megan McGonagle and Rebecca Boggs, both four; Abby Lacasse, Kim Davis and Clara Feltus, all two; and Krisandra McNichol and Casey Cross, both one.

For the Riverhawks, Ariel Haskins netted 14 points, while Brooke Creamer added five; Brianna Luce, Kayleigh Curtis and Jill van der Schaff, each two; and Paige Mason, one.

Division II girls

At Lincolnville Monday, the host Lynx earned a 37-29 win over visiting Appleton Village School. The Wildcats led 11-7 after the first quarter and 15-11 at intermission, while the Lynx clawed back and took a 29-17 lead after three quarters.

Annie Young poured in 19 points to lead LCS, while Elizabeth Cummons added 10; Cheyenne Jones, six; and Desi Dodd, two.

For the Wildcats, Katie Moody scored nine points, while Rachel Pease and Kristan Kiernan each added eight; and Paige Widdecombe, Brianna Flynn and Ashley Burr, all two.

VillageSoup sports staff can be reached by phone at 207-594-4401 or by e-mail at sports@villagesoup.com.