It did not matter the venue because the Mount View basketball squads were ready and able to trample to victories over Waterville in makeup games Saturday.

In contests postponed from the previous day due to the heavy snow that fell throughout the state Jan. 21, the Mustang girls secured a 46-23 win over the visiting Purple Panthers.

At Waterville the same day, the Mustang boys pulled out a 34-31 victory. It was the fifth win of the campaign for the Mustang girls and third for the Mount View boys.

The Mustang girls (5-7, 15.1235 points) are 14th in the Maine Principals’ Association Heal Point Standings for Eastern Class B. Presque Isle (10-1, 59.5679 points) is first in the 19-team region. The top 10 teams qualify for the playoffs.

Prior to Friday’s game, the Mustang boys (2-9, 5.4012 points) were 16th in Eastern Class B. Camden Hills (13-0, 74.5370 points) is first in the 19-team region. The top 10 teams qualify for the playoffs. The most updated Heal Point standings for the Mount View boys will be updated as they become available.

Mount View boys 34, Waterville 31 … The visiting Mustangs pulled out a low-scoring affair with the host Purple Panthers, as Mount View led 7-5, 11-9 and 19-15 at the quarter breaks.

Leading Mount View were Bobby Porter with nine points; Taylor Reynolds, seven; Colby Blanchard and Erick Nealley, both six; and Zach Mehuren and Chris Montminy, both three. The Mustangs made 9-of-18 free throws (50 percent).

For Waterville, Brandon Braley poured in 19 points; Ryan Beilleux, six; and Max Brown and Michael Bailey, both four. The Purple Panthers netted 7-of-15 foul shots (53 percent).

Mount View girls 46, Waterville 23 … The host Mustangs controlled the tempo and began to pull away in the middle quarters en route to the convincing win. Mount View led 8-7, 22-16 and 38-19 at the quarter breaks.

Leading Mount View were Chrissy Larrabee with 14 points; Hayleigh Kein, 12; Channing Murphy, 10; Delainey Kein, four; and Janelle Thornley, Amanda Larrabee and Cheyenne Dyer, all two. The Mustangs made 2-of-10 free throws (20 percent).

For Waterville, Ashleigh Gagne scored eight points; Colleen O’Donnell, five; Jenna Gagnon and Lauren Crane, both three; and Shannon Ritter and Emily Karter, both two. The Purple Panthers connected on 6-of-13 foul shots (46 percent).

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