The high school hardwood was the place to be Tuesday night throughout the Midcoast and beyond, as nearly every local team was in action prior to Wednesday’s snowstorm that buried a significant portion of the state.

Among Tuesday’s winners were the Camden Hills, Islesboro and Medomak Valley girls, while the boys teams from Camden Hills, Islesboro, Georges Valley and Medomak Valley also posted wins.


Camden Hills 50, Winslow 45 … At Winslow, the Windjammers came away with a tough victory on the road against the host Black Raiders. Camden Hills led 10-8, 16-15 and 32-28 at the quarter breaks.

Jordan Knowlton scored 19 points for Camden Hills, while Taylor Porter added 15; Melanie Vangel, six; Jackay Richards and Cailand Sweeting, both three; and Laura Johanson and Maci Heal, both two.

For Winslow, Mariah Shepard netted 12 points, while Liz Ferry and Alliyah Veilleux each added eight; Lindsey Vigue and Jordan Pomerleau, both six; Kelsey Bouchard, three; and Marissa Weed, two.

The Windjammers were 14-of-22 (63 percent) from the charity stripe, while the Black Raiders were 4-of-17 (23 percent).

Camden Hills (5-5, 15.6790 points) is 10th in the Maine Principals’ Association Heal Point Standings for Eastern Class B. Medomak Valley (9-0, 34-0432 points) is first in the 19-team region.

Maranacook 41, Rockland 38 … At Readfield, the visiting Tigers fell just short of their first win of the season – and first in two years – as the host Black Bears held on for a three-point victory. Rockland led 9-5 after the first eight minutes before Maranacook tied the game 20-20 at halftime. The Black Bears then took a 33-28 lead after three quarters.

Leading the Tigers were Casey Carroll (10 points, 9 rebounds, 2 assists, steal), Hannah Plourde (8 points, 13 rebounds, 3 steals, assist), Danica Hooper (6 points, 8 rebounds, steal, assist), Brooke Dugan (6 points, rebound, assist), Phoebe Ferraiolo (4 points, 6 rebounds), Emma Davis (3 points, rebound) and Emma Spencer (point, rebound).

For the Black Bears, Katie Dore netted nine points, while Kristina Kelly added eight and Hannah Cumler and Hannah Clough each seven.

Rockland (0-10, no points) is 19th in Eastern Class B. Medomak Valley (9-0, 34-0432 points) is first in the 19-team region.

Oak Hill 55, Belfast 40 … At Belfast, the host Lions were outscored 19-6 in the second quarter and never recovered as the Raiders of Sabattus came away with the victory. Oak Hill led 12-8, 31-14 and 49-21 at the quarter breaks.

Maggie Sabine, who recently collected her 1,000th career point against Rockland, poured in a game-high 30 points for Oak Hill. Also scoring for the Raiders were Gabby Green (6 points), Darby Beaulieu (5 points), Jess Roberts (5 points), Abby Goulet (3 points), Chassidy Hilchey (3 points), Brianna Hodgkins (2 points) and Desiree Johns (point).

Leading the Lions were Courtney Drinkwater (11 points), Lexi Nelligan (10 points), Katrina Lapham (6 points), Becca Leonard (3 points), Devon Drake (3 points), Majayla Cummings (2 points), Ashley Littlefield (2 points), Morgan Mansfield (2 points) and Taila Ryder (point).

Belfast converted 14-of-30 (47 percent) free-throw attempts, while Oak Hill made 12-of-17 (70 percent).

Belfast (3-6, 8.1173 points) is 13th in Eastern Class B. Medomak Valley (9-0, 34-0432 points) is first in the 19-team region.

Gardiner 36, Mount View 25 … At Thorndike, the visiting Tigers held on for the victory in a low-scoring affair between the two teams. Gardiner led 12-5, 14-8 and 22-19 at the quarter breaks.

Hayleigh Kein netted 10 points for the ‘Stangs, while Chrissy Larrabee added eight; Channing Murphy, three; and Delainey Kein and Anna Piotti, both two.

For Gardiner, Paige Pillsbury scored eight points, while Katie McAllister and Kelly Macomber each added six; Kylee Granholm, four; Jenna Moore and Tricia Tzikas, both three; and Kelsey Moody, Taylor Bannister and Ally Day, all two.

The Tigers were 9-of-16 (56 percent) from the foul line, while the Mustangs were 11-of-21 (52 percent)

Sumner 44, Searsport 40 … At East Sullivan, the Tigers held off a late rally by the Vikings and prevailed by a four-point margin. Sumner led 13-8, 23-14 and 31-24 at the quarter breaks.

Briana Grant netted 18 points to lead Searsport, while Brooke Bagley and Kelli Smith each added six; Meagan Parker and Alicen Brooks, both four; and Shannon Higgins, two.

For Sumner, Genesis DiCarlo led the way with 15 points.

Searsport (0-9, no points) is 20th in Eastern Class C. Houlton (8-1, 30.2469 points) is first in the 20 team-region.

Islesboro 33, Calvary Chapel 15 … At Orrington, the Eagles collected their second win of the season with a convincing decision over the Sabres.

The Eagles led 7-3, 15-5 and 23-12 at the quarter breaks.

Lindsey Durkee led Islesboro with 10 points, while Autumn Johnson added eight; Alana Govoni, seven; Sierra Roy, four; and Ally Craig and Caitlin Small, both two.

For Calvary Chapel, Jessica Owens netted 10 points and Jamie Richards five.

The Eagles were 0-of-2 from the foul line, while the Sabres were 3-of-6 (50 percent).

Prior to Tuesday’s game, Islesboro (1-6, 0.8681 points) was 14th in Western Class D. Richmond (7-0, 18.3426 points) is the top team in the 15-team region. The Eagles’ Heal Point Standing will be updated as it becomes available.


Camden Hills 74, Winslow 48 … At Winslow…the Windjammers prevailed in a battle of undefeated teams and sailed past the Black Raiders. Camden Hills led 15-14, 38-26 and 55-36 at the quarter breaks.

Tyler McFarland netted 24 points to lead the ‘Jammers, while Keegan Pieri and Joel Gabriele each added 14; Nate Catell, 12; Caleb McFarland, Adam Carlsen, Connor Hart and Taylor Hall, all two; and Colin Morse and Alex Crans, both one.

For Winslow, Mike McCann scored 10 points, while Kris Smith added eight; Justin Murray, seven; Trevor Lovely, five; Mackenzie Michaud, Brandon Labrie, Ross Vernon and Kody Price, all four; and Caleb Hill, two.

The Windjammers were 17-of-27 (63 percent) from the foul line, while the Black Raiders were 20-of-26 (77 percent).

Camden Hills (10-0, 47.5309 is the top team in the 19-team Eastern Class B region.

Georges Valley 49, Lisbon 31 … At Lisbon Falls, the two teams started slow, only scoring seven points combined in the first quarter, before beginning to heat up. The visiting Buccaneers got hot first and rolled to the win. Georges Valley led 4-3, 19-16 and 37-19 at the quarter breaks. The Bucs outscored their hosts 18-3 in the third stanza.

Leading Georges Valley’s balanced scoring were Dylan Maloney with 11 points; Alex Wallace and Dustin Lavoie, both eight; Ben Wallace, six; Gordon Armstrong, four; Nick Judge, three; Drew Townsend, two; and Tyler Gilson, one.

The Bucs made three 3-pointers, including two from Lavoie, and 10-of-20 free throws (50 percent). Townsend had 10 rebounds; Gilson, 10 rebounds; Maloney, seven rebounds; Lavoie, two assists and three steals; Judge, three rebounds and a blocked shot; Alex Wallace, two assists and two steals; Ben Wallace, two rebounds, two assists and two steals; and Cy McGeady, two rebounds.

The Greyhounds made 15-of-23 free throws (65 percent).

Georges Valley (2-7, 4.4136 points) is 14th in Western Class C. Dirigo of Dixfield (8-1, 29.8765 points) is first in the 20-team region.

Islesboro 68, Calvary Chapel 54 … At Orrington, the Eagles secured their Western Class D-leading eighth win of the season with a 14-point triumph over the Sabres. Islesboro led 18-16 after the first quarter, while Calvary Chapel led 34-33 at halftime. The Eagles then took a 53-46 lead after three quarters.

For the islanders, Jason Hatch poured in 34 points, while D.J. Johnson added 21; Max Mahan, 10; and Will Schoope, two. Johnson added 11 rebounds, while Hatch had eight caroms.

Johnson, a junior, currently stands at 997 career points with Tuesday’s effort, and is only three points away from 1,000 points. He will likely achieve this feat in the team’s next home contest Monday. Jan. 17 against Seacoast Christian.

Islesboro (8-1, 17.3754 points) is second in Western Class D. Forest Hills of Jackman (6-3, 20.0011 points) is first in the 15-team region.

Oak Hill 69, Belfast 59 … At Belfast, the Raiders used a 21-7 run in the third quarter to distance themselves from the host Lions and went on to the win. Belfast led 16-14 after the first quarter and 34-32 at the half before Oak Hill nabbed a 53-41 lead after three quarters.

Adam Heroux and Brad Reed each collected 11 points for Belfast, while Eric Mitchell added 10; Jamie Jackson, six; and Scott Kulikowski and Dylan Webster, both four.

For Oak Hill, Cam Morin poured in 34 points, while Sam Morin added eight; Brian Bradstreet, seven; Cody Provost and Lessard Tanner, each six; and Parker Asselin and Luke Washburn, both four.

The Lions were 10-of-17 (58 percent) from the charity stripe, while the Raiders were 22-of-36 (61 percent).

Belfast (1-8, 2.1605 points) is 17th in Eastern Class B. Camden Hills (10-0, 47.5309 points) is first in the 19-team region.

Maranacook 63, Rockland 49 … At Readfield, the Tigers could not hold their halftime lead and dropped a heartbreaker on the road to the Black Bears. The Tigers led 16-2 after the first eight minutes and 29-24 at halftime, while the Black Bears took a 44-40 lead after three quarters.

Ryan Ecker led Rockland with 12 points, while Isaiah Stone-Patterson added 10; Hunter Grindle, eight; Bronson Philbrick and Seth Batty, both five; Derek Miller, three; and Raheem James and Sam Meklin, both two.

For Maranacook, Seth Miller netted 23 points, while Harry Lanphear added 15; Jack Kennedy, seven; Chris Banda, five; Eben Ballard, three; and Brandon Guerette and Kyle Boucher, both two.

The Tigers were 12-of-20 (60 percent) from the foul line, while the Black Bears were 14-of-17 (82 percent).

Rockland (2-8, 2.1605 points) is 19th in Eastern Class B. Camden Hills (10-0, 47.5309 is first in the 19-team region.

Gardiner 67, Mount View 54 … At Thorndike, the Tigers were on the prowl from start to finish and upended the host Mustangs by 13 points. Mount View led 13-11 after the first quarter, while Gardner took a 34-22 halftime lead and a 46-35 advantage after three quarters.

Jake Palmer poured in 23 points for the Tigers, while Aaron Toman added 19; Mike Trahan, 13; Spencer Allen, eight; Matt Fahl and Kaleb Smith, both two; and Isaac Luken, one.

For the Mustangs, Bobby Porter tallied 15 points, while Colby Blanchard added 13; Chris Montminy, eight; Zach Mehuren, five; Erick Nealley and Ryan St. Clair, both four; Jalen Babin, three; and Taylor Reynolds, two.

Mount View converted 10-of-13 (77 percent) free throws, while Gardiner connected on 15-of-24 (62 percent).