Tuesday was a busy day on the hardwood throughout the state, with many Midcoast teams on the court in early-season action.

Among the local winners were the Camden Hills and Islesboro boys, while the Georges Valley and Belfast girls also secured victories.

The following is a recap of reported results:

Boys basketball

Camden Hills 94, Belfast 50 … At Rockport, the Windjammers (2-0) sailed to their second win of the campaign and did so in convincing fashion over the Lions (0-2). Camden Hills led 21-8, 51-25 and 73-35 at the quarter breaks.

Tyler McFarland poured in 39 points to lead the ‘Jammers, while Taylor Hall added nine; Joel Gabriele and Nate Catell, both seven; Kyle Olehnik, Adam Carlsen and Colin Morse, all six; Chandler Crans, five; Andrew Flanagan, three; and Caleb McFarland, Alex Crans and Connor Hart, all two.

Tyler McFarland tallied 29 points in the first 16 minutes and grabbed 16 rebounds, including 12 offensive caroms, during the game. Caleb McFarland and Tyler Hall both grabbed five rebounds and Carlsen had three assists and two steals.

Brad Reed netted 16 points to lead the Lions, while Dylan Webster added six; Adam Heroux, five; and Scott Kulikowski, Eric Mitchell, Alex Blair and Jamie Jackson, all four.

Islesboro 73, Hyde School 22 … At Bath, the visiting Eagles secured their third win of the season with a convincing victory over the Phoenix. Islesboro led 17-3, 31-11 and 58-13 at the quarter breaks.

D.J. Johnson had a sensational game and was a few breaks away from a quadruple-double. The senior scored 25 points to lead the Eagles, while adding nine rebounds, eight steals and seven rebounds. Also contributing to the Eagle attack were Jason Hatch (19 points, 8 rebounds, 7 steals), Gerard Scherr (14 points), Max Mahan (12 points), Charlie Gebhardt (2 points) and Jack Cameron (point).

Will McMillan led the Phoenix with five points, while Ben Burloch added four and Robert White three.

Nokomis 61, Mount View 41 … At Newport, the visiting Vikings could not stop the high-octane Warrior offense and fell by 20 points. Nokomis led 25-8, 42-24 and 54-33 at the quarter breaks.

Eric Nealley keyed Mount View with 12 points, while Colby Blanchard added 10; Chris Montminy, Taylor Reynolds and Bobby Porter, all six; and Ryan Sinclair, four.

Chris Braley led the Warriors with 28 points, while Ethan Pearl added 21.

Mount View shot 5-of-15 (33 percent) from the foul line, while Nokomis was 10-of-18 (55 percent).

Girls basketball

Belfast 51, Camden Hills 50 … At Belfast, the host Lions squeaked out a thrilling victory over the visiting Windjammers and secured their first win of the season. Makayla Cummings netted the game-winning foul shot to give the Lions the one-point win.

For the winners, Lexi Nelligan poured in 27 points and pulled down seven rebounds, while Katrina Lapham added five points, five rebounds and three assists. Also contributing to the offense were Courtney Drinkwater (4 points, 5 rebounds, 3 assists), Ashley Littlefield (4 points, 5 rebounds), Liz Rauch (4 points), Cummings (3 points, 8 rebounds, 3 blocks), Mckenzie Thibodeau (2 points) and Kayla Carpentier (2 points).

Belfast had started the season with an overtime loss.

For Camden Hills, which began the campaign with a double-overtime win, Jordan Knowlton had a game-high 32 points, while Melanie Vangel added eight; Maci Heal and Cailand Sweeting, both four; and Sarah Steele, two.

The Lions were 3-of-13 (23 percent) from the foul line, while the ‘Jammers were 10-of-17 (59 percent).

Belfast coach Amy Dyer-Kelley said the Lions tied the game 50-50 with 1:51 remaining. With about 40 seconds left, Cummings made 1-of-2 foul shots to give the hosts a 51-50 cushion. Camden Hills rebounded the second free-throw miss, called timeout but could not convert three shot attempts to take the lead.

Rauch grabbed a key rebound with four seconds left and was fouled. While the Lion was unable to convert the free throws, it left the Windjammers no time to get a potential game-winning shot off.

“The girls kept their composure to get their first win,” coach Dyer-Kelley said. “They are very excited about the win and hopefully will give them the confidence they can play with any team.”

Georges Valley 50, Wiscasset 29 … At Wiscasset, the visiting Buccaneers secured their first win of the season over the host Redskins. Georges Valley led 10-7, 17-16 and 36-19 at the quarter breaks.

Kennadi Grover netted 19 points to lead the Bucs, while Jill Bradbury added 14; Jessie Veilleux, eight; Katlyn Rich, four; Rachel Frye, three; and Colleen Haskell, two. Grover scored 10 points in the third quarter, while the Bucs outscored the Redskins 19-3 in the stanza to help the visitors pull away.

Alli Johnson scored 16 points for Wiscasset, while Kasey Cromwell added five; Briana Gould, four; Mary-Ellen True, three; and Kayla Connors, one.

Georges Valley netted 6-of-11 (54 percent) from the foul line, while Wiscasset converted 6-of-19 (31 percent).

Hyde School 36, Islesboro 15 … At Bath, the visiting Eagles (0-3) had trouble getting off the ground as the Phoenix (1-1) held Islesboro scoreless in the first half as they earned their first win of the year.

For the islanders, Autumn Johnson netted six points, while Alana Govoni added five and Eleanor Snyder and Ally Craig both two.

Sage Harris netted 12 points for the Phoenix while Dexie Cercos added 11.

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