The Busline League large school boys and girls basketball regular seasons are now in the books, as teams from throughout the area eagerly anticipate the tip off for the playoffs.

The quarterfinal playoffs for all four divisions will begin Monday, Jan. 10, with the semifinals set for Wednesday, Jan. 12, and then the league championships Saturday, Jan. 15 at Boothbay Region High School.

On championship Saturday, the seventh-grade boys game will begin at 10 a.m.; seventh-grade girls at noon; eighth-grade girls at 2 p.m.; and eighth-grade boys at 4 p.m.

The final regular-season standings for the Busline League large schools are:

Seventh-grade girls 1, Rockland District Middle School, 12-0; 2, Troy Howard Howard Middle School, 9-3; 3, Medomak Middle School, 8-4; 4, Camden-Rockport Middle School, 7-5; 5, Boothbay Elementary School, 4-8; 6, Wiscasset Middle School, 2-10; and 7, Searsport District Middle School, 0-12.

Eighth-grade girls 1, Rockland, 9-1; 2, Medomak, 8-2; 3, Boothbay, 7-3; 4, Camden-Rockport, 3-7; 5, Wiscasset, 3-7; and 6, Troy Howard, 0-10.

Seventh-grade boys1, Rockland, 12-0; 2, Medomak, 10-2; 3, Troy Howard, 7-5; 4, Boothbay, 7-5; 5, Wiscasset, 3-9; 6, Camden-Rockport, 3-9; and 7, Searsport, 0-12.

Eighth-grade boys 1, Boothbay, 10-0; 2, Wiscasset, 8-2; 3, Medomak, 5-5; 4, Camden-Rockport, 4-6; 5, Rockland, 3-7; and 6, Troy Howard, 0-10.

The following is the schedule for upcoming quarterfinal games to be played on Monday and Tuesday. Semifinal contests will be played on Wednesday and Thursday.

With the exception of the Jan. 15 championships, all playoff games will be played at the site of the highest seeded team.

Seventh-grade girls Rockland is the top seed and will receive a bye in the quarterfinals. Quarterfinal games scheduled for Tuesday, Jan. 11 include No. 5 Boothbay versus No. 4 Camden-Rockport at 3:30 p.m., No. 6 Wiscasset versus No. 3 Medomak Middle School at 3:30 p.m. and No. 7 Searsport versus No. 2 Troy Howard at 5:15 p.m.

The top-seeded Eagles will face the winner of the game between the No. 4 Schooners and No. 5 Wildcats on Wednesday, Jan. 12 at 4:30 p.m, while the winners between the No. 3 Riverhawks and No. 6 Warriors, and No. 2 Lions and No. 7 Vikings, will square off in the semifinals either Wednesday or Thursday.

Eighth-grade girls Rockland is the No. 1 seed, while Medomak is the No. 2 seed. Both teams will receive byes in Monday’s quarterfinals. Quarterfinal games scheduled for Monday, Jan. 10 include No. 6 Troy Howard at No. 3 Boothbay at 3:30 p.m. and No. 5 Wiscasset at No. 4 Camden-Rockport at 5 p.m.

The No. 1 Eagles will face the winner of Monday’s quarterfinal between No. 4 Camden-Rockport and No. 5 Wiscasset on Wednesday, Jan. 12 at 6 p.m, while the No. 2 Riverhawks will face the winner of Monday’s quarterfinal between No. 3 Boothbay and No. 6 Troy Howard in the semifinals either Wednesday or Thursday.

Seventh-grade boys Rockland is the top overall seed and will receive a bye in Monday’s quarterfinals. Quarterfinal games for Monday, Jan. 10 include No. 7 Searsport at No. 2 Medomak Middle School at 3:30 p.m. and No. 5 Wiscasset at No. 4 Boothbay at 4:45 p.m. On Tuesday, No. 6 Camden-Rockport will travel to No. 3 Troy Howard at 3:45 p.m. in the other quarterfinal contest.

The top-seeded Eagles will face the winner of the game between the No. 4 Wildcats and No. 5 Warriors on Wednesday, Jan. 12 at 3 p.m, while the winners between the No. 3 Lions and No. 6 Schooners, and No. 2 Riverhawks and No. 7 Vikings, will also square off in semifinal games either Wednesday or Thursday.

Eighth-grade boys Boothbay is the No. 1 seed, while Wiscasset is the No. 2 seed. Both teams will receive byes in Monday’s quarterfinals. Quarterfinal games scheduled for Monday include No. 5 Rockland at No. 4 Camden-Rockport at 3:30 p.m., while No. 6 Troy Howard will travel to No. 3 Medomak Middle School at 5 p.m.

The No. 1 Wildcats will face the winner of Monday’s quarterfinal between No. 4 Camden-Rockport and No. 5 Rockland on Wednesday, Jan. 12, while the No. 2 Warriors will face the winner of No. 3 Medomak and No. 6 Troy Howard Middle School, also Wednesday.

The following is a recap of recently reported regular-season results:

Girls

At Camden Thursday, the Rockland eighth graders defeated Camden-Rockport 38-27. The Eagles led 11-4, 16-8 and 28-9 at the quarter breaks.

Emily Gould led the Eagles with 10 points, while Payton Billingsley and Jackie Thorbjornson each added six; Ashley Gardner, five; and Ashley Pezanowski, Chelsea Williams and Brittany Rytky, all four.

For CRMS, Katie McMorrow netted nine points, while Macy Buck added eight; Sliza Boetsch, six; and Kaia Allwine and Allie Potter, each two.

The Eagles were 5-of-11 (45 percent) from the foul line, while the Schooners were 5-of-16 (31 percent).

Also at Camden Thursday, the Rockland seventh graders defeated Camden-Rockport 48-35.

Brianna Dugan led RDMS with 17 points, while Ari Curtis added 10; Abby Lacasse, seven; Autumn Keene and Meghan McGonagle, both six; and Rebecca Boggs, two.

The top scorers for the Schooners were Madelyn Bowman with 12 points; Avery Roy, nine; Taylor Peasley, eight; Abigail Matlack, four; and Lydia Hill, two.

Boys

At Rockland Thursday, the Rockland seventh graders outdistanced visiting Camden-Rockport 101-19. The Eagles led 29-10, 47-12 and 69-14 at the quarter breaks.

Keenan Hendricks led the Eagles with 27 points, while Riley Sprague added 20; Nick Mazurek, 15; Christian Straka, 14; Nick Tinker, 13; Thomas Curtis, eight; and Isaiah Greene, four.

Field Leonard netted seven points to lead CRMS, while Taylor Crosby added six; Jack Gallagher, four; and Nick Rozche, two.

Also at Rockland Thursday, the Camden-Rockport eighth graders defeated Rockland  46-34. The Schooners led 9-7, 21-17 and 37-32 at the quarter breaks.

Andrew Hall netted 14 points to lead C-RMS, while Daulton Wickenden added 11; Demitri Kestenbaum, 10; Drew Holt, five; and Chris Weiss, Ryan Pierce and Matt Crockett, all two.

For RDMS, Nate Philbrook and Jerod Leonardi each tallied eight points, while Ryan Allender added seven; Zach Peaco, six; Steve Goodrich and Zeke Hamlin, both two; and Nick Barrett, one.

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