The Busline League large school boys and girls basketball playoffs went on without a hitch Tuesday afternoon, wrapping up the quarterfinal rounds and setting the table for the upcoming semifinals.

Any thoughts of semifinal games being played Wednesday, Jan. 12, as scheduled, however, were quickly scrapped with the Midcoast being hit with a powerful snowstorm, which canceled school throughout the area and moved all semifinal contests to Thursday, Jan. 13.

Moving on to the semifinal round were seventh-grade girls teams from Camden-Rockport Middle School, Medomak Middle School and Troy Howard Middle School of Belfast, along with the seventh-grade boys from Camden-Rockport Middle School.

The Busline League championships are scheduled for 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 Busline League semifinal playoff games set for Thursday, Jan. 13 are:

Seventh-grade boys — No. 4 Boothbay Elementary School at No. 1 Rockland District Middle School, 7 p.m.; and No. 3 Troy Howard Middle School at No. 2 Medomak Middle School, 5 p.m.

Seventh-grade girls — No. 4 Camden-Rockport Middle School at No. 1 Rockland District Middle School, 3 p.m.; and No. 3 Medomak Middle School at No. 2 Troy Howard Middle School, 3:30 p.m.

Eighth-grade boys — No. 4 Camden-Rockport Middle School at No. 1 Boothbay Elementary School, 3:30 p.m.; and No. 3 Medomak Middle School at No. 2 Wiscasset Middle School, 4 p.m.

Eighth-grade girls — No. 4 Camden-Rockport Middle School at No. 1 Rockland District Middle School, 4:30 p.m.; and No. 3 Boothbay Elementary School at No. 2 Medomak Middle School, 3:30 p.m.

The following is a recap of results from Tuesday’s quarterfinal playoff games:

Girls

At Camden, the No. 4 Camden-Rockport Middle School seventh graders defeated No. 5 Boothbay 30-23. The Wildcats led 10-6 after the first quarter, 14-8 at halftime and 19-15 after three quarters. The Schooners then went on a 15-4 run to end the game and pull out the victory.

Madelyn Bowman poured in 20 points to lead CRMS, while Taylor Peasley and Lydia Hill each added four; and Avery Roy, two.

For Boothbay, M. Nix scored seven points, while C. O’Brien and A. Perkins each added four; A. Welch, three; N. Clarke and M. Oakes, both two; and G. Taylor, one.

The Schooners were 8-of-24 (33 percent) from the foul line, while the Wildcats were 5-of-15 (33 percent).

At Waldoboro, the No. 3 Medomak Middle School seventh graders defeated No. 6 Wiscasset 44-12. The Riverhawks led 12-2, 24-5 and 32-11 at the quarter breaks.

Paige Mason keyed MMS with 12 points, while Brooke Creamer added 10; Ariel Haskins, eight; Krista Hooper, four; and Miranda Belcher, Megan Sykes, Brianna Luce and McKenzie Wing, all two.

Chelsey Dorr led the Warriors with seven points, while Olly Martin and Alison Wherly added two and Haylee Craig one.

At Belfast, the No. 2 Troy Howard seventh graders defeated No. 7 Searsport 61-6. Mariah Sturgis led the Lions with 22 points, while Breann Cummings added 12; Alexis Racciopi, 10; Anna Simmons, six; Hannah Richards, four; Lydia Violette, three; and Kelci Faulkingham and Lindsey Blood, both two.

Additional game information was not available.

Boys

At Belfast, the No. 3 Troy Howard seventh graders defeated No. 6 Camden-Rockport 64-35. The teams battled to a 9-9 first-quarter tie, but by halftime the host Lions led 27-21. At the end of the third quarter, Troy Howard was ahead 44-26.

Gage Corson led the Lions with 18 points, followed by Zach Darres with 14; Alex Flagg, 12; Drew Nealey, seven; Billy Panteja, five; Jordan Bickford, four; Alex Fritz, two; and Ian Snowdeal, one.

For the Schooners, Dalton Oakes had nine points, while Taylor Crosby added six; Jack Gallagher and Gavin Boyd, five each; and Declan Carlson, Ian McBride, Nick Denny, Nick Rozsahe and Nate Dalton, two each.

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