Nearly a year to the day when Mount View ended Camden Hills’ 36-game win streak that spanned nearly two seasons at their home gym in Thorndike, the undefeated Windjammers likely had that on their minds Friday night in Rockport as they hosted the same Mustang squad desperately trying to claw back into the Eastern Class B playoff picture.

However, the Windjammers, the defending Eastern Class B champions, have been white-hot this season and reached a boiling point against their Waldo County rivals, as the hosts surpassed unfamiliar territory for high school boys basketball as they reached triple digits in a 106-64 victory over the visiting Mustangs.

Camden Hills jumped to a 27-18 lead after the first quarter, extended its advantage to 63-32 at intermission and led 86-48 after three quarters.

Tyler McFarland poured in 32 points to lead Camden Hills, dropping in 21 of those points in the first quarter on five field goals — including a slam dunk — and shooting 11-of-12 from the foul line to outscore the entire Mount View team in the opening eight minutes.

McFarland, who scored his 1,000th point earlier this season at Oak Hill of Sabattus, now has 1,219 career points and is the all-time leading scoring in Windjammer boys basketball history. He is 157 points from tying Megan Cressler’s all-time Windjammer mark of 1,376 points.

Also contributing to the Windjammer attack Friday were Keegan Pieri with 22 points; Taylor Hall, 11; Kyle Olehnik, eight; Chandler Crans, seven; Joel Gabriele, six; Andrew Flanagan and Max Niles, each four; Nate Catell and Colin Morse, both three; and Adam Landwehr, Adam Carlsen and Connor Hart, all two.

For Mount View, Bobby Porter collected 23 points, while Colby Blanchard added 10; Craig Nealley, nine; Erick Nealley, seven; Taylor Reynolds and Zach Mehuren, both four; Chris Montminy, Aaron Elkins and Ryan St. Clair, all two; and Chris Akers, one.

The Windjammers were 28-of-39 (72 percent) from the foul line, while the Mustangs were 18-of-23 (78 percent).

Camden Hills (14-0, 92.9012 points) is first in the 19-team Maine Principals’ Association Heal Point Standings for Eastern Class B, while Mount View (4-10, 12.9630 points) is 14th. The top 10 teams qualify for postseason play.

Prior to Friday’s contest, the Windjammers had scored in the 90s on two occasions and in the 80s on three occasions. Camden Hills had scored exactly 1,000 points on the season heading into Friday’s game and now has scored 1,106 points on the year, an average of 79 per game.

Windjammer opponents are averaging 48.1 points per game.

Mount View quickly got itself into foul trouble in the early going, committing seven fouls in the first two minutes — three of which were committed by Reynolds — as Camden Hills looked to attack the basket and build its lead from the charity stripe, which McFarland took full advantage of.

Both teams got off to a sluggish start, but a sequence in the middle of the stanza, led by three Windjammer starters, got the hosts in front in a big way.

Blanchard hit a pair of free throws with 4:03 remaining to put the ‘Stangs ahead 10-9 early before McFarland converted a three-point play roughly a minute later to reclaim the lead for Camden Hills.

After Montminy knocked down a pair at the line to tie the game, McFarland scored on a tip-in, knocked down two free throws and then made a steal and took it the length of the court for a rousing one-handed slam-dunk to bring the ‘Jammer faithful to their feet and extend the hosts’ lead to 18-12.

McFarland came out with another steal on Mount View’s next possession and nearly dunked his second straight field goal, but laid in the contested shot and completed a three-point play to extend the Windjammer lead to nine points with 1:29 remaining.

The Mount View bench was then called for a technical foul and McFarland calmly converted both free throws to give Camden Hills a 23-12 advantage.

Camden Hills continued to pour it on in the second stanza, outscoring the ‘Stangs 36-14 in the quarter to build a 31-point lead at halftime.

Windjammer coach Jeff Hart delved deep into his bench in the second half, with many of the team’s starting players enjoying the game from the bench. Freshman Chandler Crans converted a three-point play late in the fourth quarter to put the ‘Jammers over the century mark.

Jayvee results

In the jayvee game, Camden Hills won 75-49, after leading 15-12, 30-26 and 48-37 at the quarter breaks.

Keying the host Windjammers were Chandler Crans with 22 points; Collin Morse, 14; Jayson Kuhn, 12; Alex Crans and Chris Brown, both six; Connor Hart, four; Mark Bowley, three; and Peter Vannorsdall, Weston Bryant and Patrick Weferling, all two. Camden Hills made 23-of-34 free throws (68 percent).

For Mount View, Craig Nealley tallied 13 points; Kyle Turner, 11; Chris Akers and Aaron Elkins, both six; Cody Downer, five; Kenneth McCray, Andrew Gibbs and James Philbrick, all two; and Gavin Caler, one. The Mustangs netted 10-of-27 foul shots (37 percent).

Village NetMedia Associate Sports Director Mark Haskell can be reached at 207-594-4401 or by e-mail at