Midcoast high school basketball teams were busy on the hardwood over the weekend as courts near and far were loaded with squads trying to add to their win totals as the second half of the season shoots in.

The Camden Hills boys continued their torrid streak and stayed undefeated on the year, while North Haven, Mount View of Thorndike, Islesboro and Vinalhaven boys, in addition to the Camden Hills, Vinalhaven and North Haven girls all secured weekend victories.

Boys

Camden Hills 80, Maranacook 40 … At Rockport Saturday, the Windjammers outscored the Black Bears by an astounding 29-2 margin in the first quarter and went on to their ninth win of the year in doubling up the hosts. Camden Hills led 29-2, 54-17 and 66-26 at the quarter breaks.

Tyler McFarland poured in 27 points to lead the ‘Jammers, while Joel Gabriele added 17; Andrew Flanagan, 11; Taylor Hall, nine; Chandler Crans, Adam Carlsen and Max Niles, all four; and Adam Landwehr and Caleb McFarland, both two.

For Maranacook, Kyle Boucher netted nine points, while Cris Banda and Seth Miller each added six; Harry Lanphear and Dan Giguere, both five; Jack Kennedy and Andrew LaChance, both three; Gabe Giguere, two; and Luke Emery, one.

The Windjammers were 8-of-11 (72 percent) from the foul line, while the Black Bears’ free throw numbers were unavailable.

Camden Hills (9-0. 34.5679 points) is first in the Maine Principals’ Association Heal Point Standings for the 19-team Eastern Class B region.

McFarland has 1,096 career points. The all-time Windjammer boys basketball career scoring record is by Tom Fifield at 1,149. The all-time Windjammer career hoop scoring record is by Megan Cressler with 1,376. These are not Camden Hills, but Windjammer (Camden Hills and Camden-Rockport) records.

Mount View 58, Oak Hill 51 … At Sabattus Saturday, the Mustangs outscored the Raiders 17-11 over the final eight minutes and pulled away for their second win of the season. Oak Hill led 17-16 after the first quarter, while Mount View pulled to 28-28 at intermission. The ‘Stangs then took a 41-40 edge after three quarters.

Bobby Porter led Mount View with 16 points, while Taylor Reynolds added 14; Erick Nealley, 13; Colby Blanchard, six; Ryan St. Clair, three; and Zach Mehuren and Craig Nealley, both two.

For Oak Hill, Parker Asselin netted 13 points, while Trevor Samson added 11; Cam Morin, 10; Cody Provost, seven; Tanner Lessard, four; and Brian Bradstreet and Sam Morin, each three.

The Mustangs were 12-of-17 (70 percent) from the charity stripe, while the Raiders were 13-of-27 (48 percent).

Mount View (2-7, 4.3210 points) is 14th in Eastern Class B. Camden Hills (9-0, 34.5679 points) is first in the 19-team region.

Islesboro 52, Seacoast 31 … At South Berwick Saturday, the Eagles outscored the Guardians in three of the four quarters and coasted to a 21-point triumph. Islesboro led 14-6, 29-13 and 35-25 at the quarter breaks.

D.J. Johnson, who is 24 points from becoming the next 1,000-point career scorer for the Eagles, led the way for Islesboro with 23 points, six rebounds and six steals, while Jason Hatch added 19 points and pulled down 16 boards. Max Mahan also had eight points and seven rebounds for the visitors, while Gerard Scherr added two points.

For Seacoast Christian, Jay Archer netted 12 points, while Caleb Gould added seven; Joshua Gustafson, six; Logan Archer, five; and Chaz Kerrigan, one.

Islesboro (7-1, 11.6510 points) is third in Western Class D. Forest Hills of Jackman (6-2, 16.2482 points) is the top team in the 15-team region.

Vinalhaven 40, Buckfield 23 … At Vinalhaven Friday, the host Vikings continued to surge toward the top of Western Class D and rolled to a 17-point win over the Bucks. Vinalhaven led 13-2, 19-10 and 35-14 at the quarter breaks.

Steven Osgood netted 14 points for the islanders, while Bobby Beckman added 10; Tyler Chilles, six; Trey Warren, three; Justin Newton, Dillon Ames and Willie Drury, all two; and Brian Stanley, one.

For Buckfield, Austin Dooley scored eight points, while Casey Robertson added six; Derrick Belanger, three; and Keenan Stockdale, Alan Hedrick and Kyle Chabe, all two.

The Vikings were 5-of-8 (62 percent) from the charity stripe, while the Bucks were 1-of-4 (25 percent).

Vinalhaven 48, Buckfield 37 … Also at Vinalhaven Saturday, the Vikings rallied in the second half to win their second game in two days over the visiting Bucks. Buckfield led 13-12 after the first quarter of play and 25-21 at halftime, while the islanders rallied to take a 35-27 lead after three quarters.

Osgood scored 14 points to lead Vinalhaven, while Ames added 12; Scott James, 10; Chilles and Bobby Beckman, each four; and Warren and Drury, both two.

Dooley poured in 23 points for Buckfield, while Robertson added eight; Hedrick, three; Trevor Averill, two; and Belanger, one.

The Vikings were 6-of-12 (50 percent) from the foul line and the Bucks 4-of-7 (57 percent).

Vinalhaven (5-1, 11.8867 points) is second in Western Class D. Forest Hills (6-2, 16.2482 points) is the top team in the 15-team region.

North Haven 62, Acadia Christian 31 … At Trenton Friday, the Hawks soared to their first win of the season as they doubled up the hosts. North Haven led 12-6, 28-11 and 35-23 at the quarter breaks.

Avery Waterman keyed the Hawks with 21 points, while Riley Venger added 20; Zeb Campbell, 19; and Jeremy Page, two.

For the Seahawks, Adam Olbarcek netted 15 points, while Matt Clarke and Seth Macko each added five and Henry Olbarcek, Brandon Fletcher and Derek Sargent, all two.

North Haven shot 23-of-29 (79 percent) from the free-throw line, including 11-of-11 (100 percent) in the second half. Acadia Christian converted 6-of-27 (22 percent) attempts.

North Haven 61, Acadia Christian 46 … At Trenton Saturday, the Hawks earned their second win in two days as they upended the Seahawks behind a strong fourth quarter. The game was knotted 19-19 after the first eight minutes, while the Hawks took a 30-27 lead at the half and a 45-39 advantage after three quarters. North Haven then outscored Acadia Christian 16-7 in the final stanza to pull away.

Venger poured in 24 points to lead the Hawks, while Campbell added 16; Waterman, nine; Chase MacDonald, six; Rico Rattina, four; and Page, two.

Adam Olbarcek netted 17 points to lead the hosts, while Clarke added 11; Henry Olbarcek, eight; Fletcher and Shane Wescott, each four; and Macko, two.

North Haven netted 15-of-26 (58 percent) free-throw attempts, while Acadia Christian converted 5-of-19 (26 percent).

Prior to the weekend contests, North Haven (0-4. no points) was 14th in Western Class D. Forest Hills (6-2, 16.2482 points) is first in the 15-team region. Updated Heal Point Standings for North Haven will be updated when they become available.

Leavitt 67, Belfast 34 … At Turner Saturday, the Lions could not keep up with the high-powered Hornet offense and fell by double digits. Leavitt led 19-13, 38-18 and 59-24 at the quarter breaks.

Brad Reed scored 17 points to lead Belfast, while Emerson Delamattera added five; Dylan Webster, four; Lew Dyer, three; Tyler Prescott and Adam Heroux, both two; and Scott Kulikowski, one.

For Leavitt, Tyler Allen and Jordan Hersom led with 13 points apiece.

Belfast was 4-of-8 (50 percent) from the foul line, while Leavitt converted 10-of-21 (48 percent).

Belfast (1-7, 2.1605 points) is 16th in Eastern Class B, while Camden Hills (9-0, 34.5679 points) is first in the 19-team region.

Girls

Camden Hills 73, Maranacook 50 … At Rockport Saturday, the Windjammers distanced themselves from the Black Bears early and cruised to a 23-point win. Camden Hills led 17-7, 34-21 and 54-37 at the quarter breaks.

Jordan Knowlton scored 21 points for the ‘Jammers, while Melanie Vangel added 12; Taylor Porter, 11; Laura Johanson, nine; Cailand Sweeting, six; Jackay Richards, five; Maci Heal, four; Sarah Steele, three; and Marina French, two.

For Maranacook, Hannah Clough netted 16 points, while Hannah Cumler added 11; Katie Dore and Katie Poulin, each six; Kristina Kelly, five; and Ashley Belanger and Natalie Ware, both three.

The Windjammers were 12-of-28 (43 percent) from the foul line, while the Black Bears were 16-of-32 (50 percent).

Camden Hills (4-5, 7.0370 points) is 14th in Eastern Class B. Medomak Valley (9-0, 29.7222 points) is first in the 19-team region.

Oak Hill 49, Mount View 29 … At Sabattus Saturday, the Raiders pulled away from the Mustangs down the stretch and prevailed with a 20-point win. Oak Hill led 12-20, 23-14 and 30-24 at the quarter breaks.

Hayleigh Kein scored nine points to lead Mount View, while Anna Piotti added six; Cheyenne Dyer and Chrissy Larrabee, both five; and Channing Murphy, four.

For Oak Hill, Maggie Sabine scored 17 points, while Gabby Green added 11; Jessica Roberts, nine; Chassidy Hilchey, eight; and Abby Goulet, four.

The Mustangs were 7-of-10 (70 percent) from the foul line, while the Raiders were 11-of-15 (73 percent).

Mount View (3-6, 7.5617 points) is 12th in Eastern Class B. Medomak Valley (9-0, 29.7222 points) is first in the 19-team region.

North Haven 49, Acadia Christian 16 … At Trenton Friday, the visiting Hawks shut out Acadia Christian in the first half and soared to a convincing win over the hosts. North Haven led 16-0, 33-2 and 38-6 at the quarter breaks.

Erin Cooper poured in 24 points to lead North Haven, while Leta Hallowell added nine; Abigail Campbell and Cody Joyce, each seven; and Natalie Carrier, two. Campbell also pulled down 10 rebounds, while Hallowell had 12 steals.

Brianna Springer and Annie Abbot each scored seven points to lead Acadia Christian, while Cora Bishop added two.

The Hawks were 13-of-29 (45 percent) from the foul line, while Acadia Christian shot 1-of-2 (50 percent).

North Haven 43, Acadia Christian 13 … At Trenton Saturday, the Hawks picked up their second win in two days and cruised in a 30-point rout. North Haven led 13-2, 24-3 and 32-4 at the quarter breaks.

Cooper led the Hawks with 17 points, while Joyce added 12; Campbell, seven; Hallowell, five; and Megan Goodell, two.

For Acadia Christian, Springer scored seven points, while Abbott and Bishop each added two.

North Haven made 15-of-28 (53 percent) from the charity stripe, while Acadia Christian converted 2-of-9 (22 percent).

Prior to the weekend contests, North Haven (2-2, 1.9841 points) was 10th in Western Class D. Richmond (6-0, 15.0690 points) is first in the 15-team region. Updated Heal Point Standings for North Haven will be updated when they become available.

Vinalhaven 33, Buckfield 28 … At Vinalhaven Friday, the Vikings erased a third-quarter deficit and secured a home victory over the Bucks. The islanders led after the first eight minutes, while Buckfield took a 16-13 halftime lead and a 24-21 lead after three quarters.

Izza Drury (12 points, 6 rebounds, 4 steals) led Vinalhaven, while Alana Watt (11 points), Alex Slivinsky (4 points, 6 rebounds, 3 steals), Ashley Hamilton (2 points, 4 rebounds, steal), Blake Reidy (2 points, 4 rebounds) and Eliza Davidson (2 points) all contributed to the offense.

Caitlin Raines and Sammie Jones each scored seven points for Buckfield, while Alicia Petria and Danielle Petria each added six.

The Vikings were 6-of-13 (46 percent) from the charity stripe, while the Bucks were 6-of-11 (54 percent).

Vinalhaven 29, Buckfield 21 … At Vinalhaven Saturday, the Vikings broke a third-quarter tie by outscoring the opposition 8-0 over the final eight minutes and secured their second home win in two days. The islanders led 8-6 after the first quarter, while Buckfield took an 18-14 lead at halftime. The hosts battled back to tie the game 21-21 after three quarters.

Slivinsky (11 points, 7 rebounds, 2 steals), Drury (10 points, 8 rebounds, 3 steals), Davidson (4 points), Hamilton (2 points, 4 rebounds), Watt (2 points) and Reidy (12 rebounds, 2 steals) all contributed to Vinalhaven’s victory.

The name of scorers from Buckfield were unavailable.

The Vikings were 3-of-13 (23 percent) from the foul line, while Buckfield was 3-of-7 (43 percent).

Vinalhaven (5-1, 9.7884 points) is fourth in Western Class D, while Richmond (6-0, 15.0690 points) is first in the 15-team region.

Leavitt 95, Belfast 32 … At Turner Saturday, the Lions had trouble keeping pace with one of the most talented teams in Class B. The Hornets are 9-0 and first in Western Class B.

For the host Hornets, Courtney Anderson tallied 27 points, Kristen Anderson 22, Adrianne Newton 20, Amanda Jordan 12, Kelly Pomerleau 10 and Meriah Tweedie and Abbey Randall both two. Leavitt netted 7-of-12 foul shots (58 percent).

Keying the Lions were Lexi Nelligan (8 points, 2 rebounds, 2 steals), Courtney Drinkwater (6 points, 2 rebounds), Ashley Littlefield (6 points, 7 rebounds, 3 blocks), Devon Drake (4 points, 4 rebounds), MaKayla Cummings (3 points), Morgan Mansfield (3 points) and
Elizabeth Rauch (2 points). Belfast made 10-of-15 free throws (67 percent).

Belfast (3-5, 7.0370 points) is 13th in Eastern Class B. Medomak Valley (9-0, 29.7222 points) is first in the 19-team region.

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