The winning court beat continued for a handful of Midcoast high school basketball teams over the weekend, including the Camden Hills boys and Medomak Valley girls, who maintained their unbeaten campaigns, albeit in much different fashion.

While the Windjammer boys cruised to another lopsided win, the Panthers pulled out a dramatic home victory in Friday night contests.

Other local winners in weekend games were the Medomak Valley boys and Camden Hills girls.

Falling short in other games were the Rockland and Belfast boys and girls, as well as the Vinalhaven and North Haven girls.

Information from many of the local weekend games includes:

Girls

Medomak Valley 40, Winslow 39 … On Friday at Waldoboro, Alanna Vose iced a free throw with 0.3 of a second remaining to snap a 39-39 tie and help keep the Panthers undefeated.

After Mariah Chenard hit her fourth 3-pointer of the fourth quarter to tie the game 39-39 with eight seconds left, Vose drove the length of the floor before being fouled to set up the winning free throw.

Vose finished with 14 points and six steals for the host Panthers, while Lindsay Ranquist added 13 points. Ericka Christensen finished with five points; Nicole Weaver, four; and Mallory Conary and Mallory Robbins, both two.

Chenard posted a game-high 17 points, including sinking five 3-pointers, while Alliyah Veilleux had 10 points.

The Panthers led 12-10, 24-16 and 31-25 at the quarter breaks.

Medomak Valley (11-0, 48.0864 points) is second in the Maine Principals’ Association Heal Point Standings for Eastern Class B, while Presque Isle (9-1, 50.4630 points) is first in the 19-team region. The top 10 teams advance to the playoffs.

Camden Hills 51, Maine Central Institute 39 … On Friday at Rockport, Jordan Knowlton turned in a tremendous 27-point, 20-rebound to lead the host Windjammers past the Huskies of Pittsfield.

The Windjammers led 15-12, 29-14 and 42-31 at the quarter breaks.

Also scoring for Camden Hils were Taylor Porter with 13 points, including making three 3-pointers; Melanie Vangel with four points; Marina French, three; and Laura Johanson and Maci Heal, both two.

Ashley Kitchen keyed the Huskies with 10 points.

Camden Hills (6-5, 20.0000 points) is 10th in Eastern Class B, while Presque Isle (9-1, 50.4630 points) is first in the 19-team region. The top 10 teams advance to the playoffs.

Maranacook 37, Belfast 32 … On Friday at Belfast, the Lions played another competitive game but again came out on the short end in a five-point decision.

Katie Dore scored 14 points for the Black Bears of Readfield, while Hannah Clough added 11 points.

Lexi Nelligan tossed in a game-high 17 points for Belfast, while McKenzie Thibodeau added six; Katrina Lapham, Emily Blood, Morgan Mansfield and Ashley Littlefield, all two; and Makayla Cummings, one.

Maranacook led 16-10, 22-18 and 28-24 at the quarter breaks.

Belfast (3-7, 20.2778 points) is 14th in Eastern Class B, while Presque Isle (9-1, 50.4630 points) is first in the 19-team region. The top 10 teams advance to the playoffs.

Gardiner 61, Rockland 30 … On Friday at Gardiner, Katie McAllister scored a game-high 16 points to lead the host Tigers. Paige Pillsbury added 11 points for Gardiner, while Kylee Granholm chipped in seven points and seven steals for the winners.

Rockland was keyed by Brooke Dugan with 14 points.

Rockland (0-11, no points) is 19th (last) in Eastern Class B, while Presque Isle (9-1, 50.4630 points) is first in the 19-team region. The top 10 teams advance to the playoffs.

Richmond 38, Vinalhaven 25 … On Friday at Richmond, the host Bobcats led 15-9, 24-13 and 29-20 at the quarter breaks en route to the win.

Leading the islanders were Alex Slivinsky (8 points, 5 rebounds), Blake Reidy (2 points, 14 rebounds), Izza Drury (6 points, 7 rebounds), Alana Watt (3 points, 2 steals), Eliza Davidson (4 points) and Ashley Hamilston (2 points). The Vikings were 5-of-12 (42 percent) from the foul line.

Keying Richmond were Danica Hurley with eight points; Jamie Plummer, seven; Payton Johnson, six; Emily Leavitt, five; and Tara Hurley and Noelle Accord, both four.

Richmond 38, Vinalhaven 21 … On Saturday at Richmond, the host Bobcats led 6-4, 17-10 and 27-19 en route to the victory.

Pacing the Vikings were Slivinsky (10 points, 4 rebounds), Drury (4 points, 8 rebounds, 2 steals), Davidson (2 points) and Hamilton (5 points). The islanders made 7-of-13 free throws (54 percent).

For Richmond, Plummer tallied 12 points; Brooke Lancaster, six; Johnson, five; Tara Hurley, four; Danica Hurley, three; and Haley Murphy, two.

Vinalhaven, now 5-3, was ranked sixth in Western Class D before the weekend games, with Rangeley (8-2, 23.9125 points) first in the 15-team region. The top eight teams advance to the playoffs.

Greater Portland Christian 31, North Haven 21 … On Friday at North Haven, the game was tied 4-4 after one quarter before GPC held a 17-9 edge at halftime and 23-13 after three stanzas.

Keying the host Hawks were Abi Campbell with nine points; Erin Cooper, six; Cody Joyce, four; and Leta Hallowell, two. Campbell and Hallowell both grabbed 10 rebounds and Joyce nine as North Haven secured 39 caroms.

For GPC, Liz Garland netted 12 points; Suzanne Gonzalez, eight; Emily Strout, six; Elaine Beech and Robyn Waugh, both two; and Andrea Ruiz, one.

Veteran Hawk coach Roman Cooper said it was the “worst game we have had so far, as far as offense is concerned. Nothing was working right and everyone was playing very flat-footed. Erin could not get anything going and the other girls were not looking for their shots. The most positive things that happened for us was great defense and rebounding.”

Greater Portland Christian 30, North Haven 21 … On Saturday at North Haven, the visitors led 8-4, 13-18 and 22-14 at the quarter breaks.

Keying the islanders were Hallowell with nine points; Erin Cooper, eight; Joyce, three; and Campbell, one. The team grabbed 44 rebounds, including 16 from Campbell, 12 by Joyce and 10 from Hallowell.

For GPC, Gonzalez scored 10 points; Garland, six; Ruiz, five; Beech, four; Waugh, three;  and Kim Davason, two.

Coach Cooper said the Hawks’ offensive effort again was flat and the islanders could not find consistency. “However, our defense and rebounding once again kept us in this contest,” he said.

North Haven (4-4, 3.4127 points) is 11th in Western Class D, while Rangeley (8-2, 23.9125 points) is first in the 15-team region. The top eight teams advance to the playoffs.

Boys

Medomak Valley 47, Winslow 40 … On Friday at Winslow, John Murray paced Medomak Valley with 12 points against the host Black Raiders. After the visiting Panthers opened with a 17-6 run, Winslow rallied to take a one-point lead in the fourth quarter. But Deering Genthner passed inside to Murray, who gave Medomak Valley the lead for good with just under three minutes left.

The Panthers led 17-6, 24-14 and 34-25 at the quarter breaks.

Also scoring for the Panthers were Isaac Durkee with nine points; Isaac Greenrose and Alex Greenrose, both eight; and Ryan Ripley and Shane Osier, both five.

Mike McCann and Brandon Labrie led Winslow with 12 points each.

Medomak Valley (8-3, 30.2469 points) is sixth in Eastern Class B, while Camden Hills (11-0) is first in the 19-team region. The top 10 teams advance to the playoffs.

Camden Hills 75, Maine Central Institute 26 … On Friday at Pittsfield, Tyler McFarland scored half of his team’s 22 points in the first quarter as the Windjammers jumped to an early lead and overwhelmed the Huskies of Pittsfield.

For the Windjammers, who got contributions from many players, Keegan Pieri tallied 19 points; Tyler McFarland; 18; Kyle Olehnik, seven; Nathan Catell, six; Joel Gabriele and Adam Carlsen, both five; Adam Landwehr, Taylor Hall and Max Niles, all four; Andrew Flanagan, two; and Colin Morse, one. The Windjammers netted six 3-pointers, including two from Catell.

Tyler Maloon scored 12 points to key MCI.

The Windjammers led 22-5, 43-13 and 63-18 at the quarter breaks.

Tyler McFarland has 1,138 career points. The all-time Windjammer boys basketball career scoring record is by Tom Fifield at 1,149, which means McFarland is 11 points from tying that mark. 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.

Camden Hills (11-0) is first in the 19-team Eastern Class B region. The top 10 teams advance to the playoffs.

Maranacook 68, Belfast 35 … On Friday at Readfield, Kyle Boucher scored 16 points, blocked 12 shots and hauled in five rebounds to lead the Black Bears of Readfield past the Lions.

Andrew Lachance added eight rebounds to go along with his four points for Maranacook, while Seth Miller had 13 points and Harry Lanphear 10 for the winners.

Brad Reed led the Lions with 11 points, while Lewis Dyer followed with 10; Jamie Jackson, Adam Heroux and Dylan Webster, four each; and Tyler Prescott, two.

Belfast shot 2-of-12 (17 percent) from the foul line and Maranacook 5-of-17 (29 percent).

Belfast (1-9, 2.1605 points) is 19th in Eastern Class B, while Camden Hills (11-0, 56.1728 points) is first in the 19-team region. The top 10 teams make the playoffs.

Gardiner 72, Rockland 37 … On Friday at Rockland, Aaron Toman scored 25 points to pace the visiting Tigers over the host Tigers, while Tyler Jamison contributed 11 for the winners.

Raheen James and Ryan Ecker both tallied eight points for the Rockland, while Hunter Grindle, Donald Prescott and Bronson Philbrick all added five; and Derek Miller, Ben Staples and Isaiah Stone-Patterson, both had two;

Gardiner led 20-8, 38-18 and 49-23 at the quarter breaks.

Rockland (2-9, 2.1605 points) is tied for 17th in Eastern Class B, while Camden Hills (11-0) is first in the 19-team region. The top 10 teams advance to the playoffs.

North Haven 33, Great Portland Christian 29 … On Saturday at North Haven, North Haven earned its second win of the weekend over GPC, as Riley Venger netted 20 points for the islanders.

North Haven trailed 7-4 in the first quarter and 19-16 at halftime. By the third quarter the Hawks trailed trailed 23-20. However, the hosts managed to outscore their guests 13-6 in the final stanza to lift themselves to the win.

Avery Waterman also scored six points for North Haven, while Rico Rattina added four and Zeb Campbell three.

Ben Hammond led GPC with 21 points, while James Rudolph tallied four; Ryan Murray, three; and Matthew Hammond, two.

North Haven made 11-of-16 free throws (69 percent) and GPC 3-of-7 (43 percent).

North Haven 52, Greater Portland Christian 42 … North Haven opened its successful weekend with a win against their guests as Waterman led with 16 points.

The Hawks were up 21-8 after the first quarter and 27-18 at halftime. At the end of the third stanza the hosts led 52-42.

Also for North Haven, Venger tallied 12 points; Rattina, 11; Chase MacDonald, seven; and Campbell, six.

Ben Hammond led GPC with 19 points, followed by Murray with 10; Matthew Hammond, seven; Rudolph, four; and Eric Pearson, two.

The Hawks were 6-of-8 (75 percent) from the free-throw line and GPC 2-of-7 (29 percent).

North Haven (4-5, 3.1853 points) is 10th in Western Class D, while Forest Hills of Jackman (8-3, 31.9224 points) is atop the 15-team region. The top eight teams qualify for the playoffs.

Richmond 48, Vinalhaven 40 … At Richmond Friday, the visiting Vikings lost the first of two close contests with the host Bobcats. Richmond led 16-11, 29-18 and 39-25 at the quarter breaks.

Brian Stanley tossed in 16 points for the islanders, while Bobby Beckman added 12; Steven Osgood, eight; and Scott James and Dillon Ames, both two.

For Richmond, Tom Carter scored 16 points, while Mike Christie added 13; Wade Tuttle, 10; Kyle O’Brien, six; and Ben Carver, three.

The Vikings were 3-of-14 (21 percent) from the foul line, while the Bobcats were 8-of-15 (53 percent).

Richmond 43, Vinalhaven 40 … At Richmond Saturday, the Vikings could not overtake the Bobcats and were nipped by a three-point margin. The Bobcats led 19-10, 27-23 and 40-35 at the quarter breaks.

Stanley scored 13 to lead Vinalhaven, while Beckman and Willie Drury each added nine; Osgood, eight; Ames, two; and James, one.

For Richmond, Carver scored 17 points, while Tuttle and Christie each added 10; O’Brien, six; and Carter, two.

The Vikings were 3-of-11 (27 percent) from the charity stripe and the Bobcats 6-of-9 (66 percent).

Vinalhaven (5-3, 18.4967 points) is fifth in Western Class D, while Forest Hills of Jackman (8-3, 31.9224 points) is atop the 15-team region. The top eight teams qualify for the playoffs.

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