Wednesday night saw a handful of action for Midcoast high school basketball squads who beat the cold with warm court play.

In girls play, Mount View defeated Lincoln Academy of Newcastle 36-25 and Oak Hill of Sabattus defeated Camden Hills 69-56.

In boys play, Lincoln Academy downed Mount View 60-54.


Mount View 36, Lincoln Academy 25 … At Thorndike, the Mustangs rallied to beat their guests by 11 points.

Mount View led 10-6 in the first quarter and 19-9 in the second. By the end of the third stanza, the ‘Stangs held a 26-17 edge over Lincoln Academy (2-4).

Channing Murphy led Mount View with 14 points and was followed by Hayleigh Kein with nine; Delainey Kein, six; Chrissy Larrabee, four; Anna Piotti, two; and LeeAnn Larrabee, one.

Katherine Bolster led the Eagles with 10 points, while Marni Jones added seven; Laura Soohey, six; and Anna Budrow, two,

Mount View was 12-of-24 (50 percent) from the free-throw line and Lincoln Academy 3-of-7 (43 percent).

Mount View (3-3, 6.4815 Heal Points) is seventh in Eastern Class B, while Medomak Valley (6-0, 13.5185 points) is first in the 19-team region.

Oak Hill 69, Camden Hills 56 … At Rockport, Maggie Sabine scored a whopping 32 points to lead Oak Hill (4-2) past Camden Hills.

Camden Hills took an 18-14 lead in the first quarter but lost that cushion and trailed 31-27 at halftime. Oak Hill led 47-40 after three stanzas.

Jordan Knowlton keyed Camden Hills with 11 points, followed by Addie Drinkwater with 10; Melanie Vangel, nine; Marina French, eight; Sarah Steele, seven; Megan Lagage, five, and Maci Heal, four.

For Oak Hill, Sabine scored 32 points; Abby Goulet, 11; Jessica Roberts, 10; Hilche, eight; Beaulieu, four; and Caskin and Hodgkins, both two.

Camden Hills (2-4, 3.7963 points) is 12th in Eastern Class B, while Medomak Valley (6-0, 13.5185 points) is first in the 19-team region.


Lincoln Academy 60, Mount View 54 … Despite a first-half lead, the Mustangs fell to the Eagles by the end of the night.

Mount View led 18-15 and 26-24 at the first two quarter breaks. Lincoln Academy (3-3) then scored 18 points to gain a 42-37 lead after three stanzas.

Bobby Porter led the Mustangs with 18 points. Also, Erick Nealley, Chris Montminy, Colby Blanchard, and Taylor Reynolds scored seven, Zach Mehuren and Ryan St. Clair scored three and Jalen Babin scored two.

For Lincoln Academy, Stephen Quilan scored 23, Brandon Reilley had 11, Everett Martin had 10, Jalen Lincoln scored seven, Dylan Leavitt scored five, and Kyle Scherer and Nick Phinney scored two each.

The Mustangs went 9-of-21 (43 percent) from the line and the Eagles were 17-of-27 (63 percent).

Mount View (1-5, 2.1605 points) is 15th in Eastern Class B, while Ellsworth (6-0, 13.6728 points) is first in the 19-team region.

Leavitt 74, Rockland 37 … At Turner Wednesday, the Tigers could not stop the Hornet offense in the second half as they cruised to a convincing win. Leavitt led 17-11, 30-18 and 51-29 at the quarter breaks.

Raheem James and Bronson Philbrick led Rockland with eight points apiece, while Hunter Grindle added six; Donald Prescott and Ben Staples, both four; Seth Batty, Ryan Ecker and Shea Davenport, all two; and Sam Meklin, one.

Tyler Allen led Leavitt with 15 points, while Greg Lave and Kyle Smith each added 14; Jordan Hersom, 11; Lucas Witham, eight; Tim Dow, seven; and Matt Janosco, five.

The Tigers were 11-of-15 (73 percent) from the charity stripe, while the Hornets were 9-of-15 (60 percent).

Rockland (1-5, 1.0802) is 18th in Eastern Class B, while Ellsworth (6-0, 13.6728 points) is first in the 19-team region.

Mountain Valley 71, Georges Valley 30 … At Rumford, the Buccaneers could not keep pace with the high-flying Falcons and fell by a convincing margin. Mountain Valley led 22-4, 42-11 and 57-26 at the quarter breaks.

Nick Judge netted eight points to lead the Bucs, while Dylan Maloney added seven; Gordon Armstrong and Drew Townsend, both five; Ben Wallace, two; and James Stanton, one.

For the Falcons, Cameron Kaubris scored 18 points, while Zach Radcliffe added 11; Isaac Roberts, 10; Izaak Mills, nine; Jacob Theriault, seven; and Andrew Child, Ryan Nicols, Justin Carter and Hanson Gorham, all four.

Georges Valley netted 11-of-19 (58 percent) from the foul line, while Mountain Valley converted 12-of-17 (70 percent).

Georges Valley (1-5, 1.8519 points) is 13th in Western Class C, while Dirigo (6-0, 10.6790 is first in the 20-team region.

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