Monday was not a day to remember for three local high school girls basketball squads, as Georges Valley, Searsport and Islesboro were all in action on the hardwood.

The Buccaneers, still in the Western Class C playoff hunt, were downed by host Boothbay Region, while Searsport and Islesboro, who are out of postseason contention in Eastern Class C and Western Class D respectively, fell to Bangor Christian and Greater Portland Christian.

The Islesboro boys also were victorious in their contest with Greater Portland Christian 79-20 (additional information was unavailable).

The following is a recap of reported girls results from Monday:

Bangor Christian 44, Searsport 19 … At Searsport, the Vikings could not corral the talented Patriots and fell by double digits. Bangor Christian led 11-3, 16-3 and 30-11 at the quarter breaks.

Alicen Brooks keyed the Vikings with seven points, while Briana Grant added four; Jennifer Allenwood, Shannon Higgins and Allison Walker, all two; and Kelli Gibbs and Brooke Bagley, each one.

For the Patriots, Emma Johnson netted 15 points, while Whitney Holmes added 10.

Searsport (0-14, no points) is 20th in the Maine Principals’ Association Heal Point Standings for Eastern Class C, while Houlton (11-4, 73.6565) is tops in the 20-team region. The top 10 teams qualify for postseason play.

Boothbay 43, Georges Valley 40 … At Boothbay, the Buccaneers closed the gap on the Seahawks in the fourth quarter, but could not overtake the hosts and fell by three points. Boothbay led 13-12, 25-18 and 35-28 at the quarter breaks.

Kennadi Grover netted 16 points for the Bucs, while Jill Bradbury added nine; Jessie Veilleux, six; Colleen Haskell, four; Jenn Denault, three; and Rachel Frye, two.

For the Seahawks, Meghan Smith netted 13 points, while Sarah Caron added 12; Alex Clarke, nine; Meryl Jones, five; and Alexandra Andrews, four.

The Bucs were 4-of-7 (57 percent) from the foul line, while the Seahawks were 6-of-13 (46 percent).

Georges Valley (8-7, 39.0432 points) is ninth in Western Class C, while Hall-Dale of Farmingdale (14-1, 83.4877 points) is first in the 19-team region. The top 10 teams qualify for postseason play.

Greater Portland Christian 40, Islesboro 27 … At Islesboro, the Eagles could not tame the Lions on their home court and were downed by 13 points. The Lions led 10-4 after the first quarter, while the Eagles soared in the second to take a 22-18 lead at the half. The Lions then took a 31-22 lead after three quarters.

Elaine Beech, Emily Strout and Robin Waugh each netted eight points for the Lions, while Liz Garland added six and Andrea Ruiz and Suzanne Gonzalez, each five.

For Islesboro, Autumn Johnson tallied 14 points, while Lindsay Durkee added eight; Caitlin Small and Ally Craig, both two; and Alana Govoni, one.

The Eagles were 3-of-7 (43 percent) from the foul line, while the Lions were 3-of-12 (25 percent).

Islesboro (2-13, 4.6412 points) is 14th in Western Class D, while Richmond (12-1, 56.4601 points) is first in the 15-team region. The top eight teams qualify for postseason play.

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