Busline League middle school basketball enjoyed a full slate of games Monday afternoon, with seventh- and eighth-grade boys and girls squads across both large school and small school divisions on display throughout the area.

Coaches can report results by emailing sports@villagesoup.com or calling 594-4401.

The following is a recap of recently-reported results:

Large school division — girls

Oceanside Blue 8th 46, Great Salt Bay 32 … At Damariscotta Dec. 5, the Mariners jumped to a large first-quarter lead on the host Cougars and cruised to the victory. Oceanside led 15-4, 30-6 and 38-22 at the quarter breaks. Mariner coach Greg Gould said his squad jumped to the early lead, while “Great Salt Bay took advantage of their scoring opportunities in the second half.”

Makenna Brooks and Krissy McNichol both dumped in 12 points to lead the Mariners, while Megan McGonagle netted nine; Kaylyn Grover, eight; and Abbey Lacasse, Jamie Brown and Darrian Leonardi, all two.

For the Cougars, Christine Hilton netted nine points, while Lauren Hunt added eight; Olivia York, seven; and Kate Laemmile, Natalie Whitney and Maggie Nevens, all two.

Oceanside netted 5-of-13 free throws (38 percent), while GSB converted 4-of-14 (28 percent).

Searsport 8th 53, Oceanside White 45 … At Thomaston Dec. 5, the Vikings came to life in the second half and stunned the host Mariners. Oceanside led 11-7 after the first quarter, while Searsport took a 21-19 lead at halftime and extended that cushion to 34-23 after three quarters.

Mel Ogden poured in 24 points for Searsport, while Kaitlyn Shute added 11; Anna Bucklin, six; Nichole Hall and Jillian Hartman, both four; and Sadie Hall and Paige Ireland, both two.

For Oceanside White, Becca Boggs tallied 17 points, while Briana Dugan and Ari Curtis each added 13; and Charlotte Strong-Ames, two.

Oceanside White netted 1-of-2 foul shots (50 percent), while Searsport converted 1-of-4 (25 percent).

Great Salt Bay 7th 43, Rockland 31 … At Thomaston Dec. 5, the Eagles were downed by the Cougars in a battle of previously unbeaten squads. Great Salt Bay led 14-4, 21-8 and 33-16 at the quarter breaks.

Alexis Mazurek netted 10 points for RDMS, while Brianna White-Ortiz added seven; Sydney Hall, six; and Olivia Staples, Emily Hutchinson, Aiden Giasson and Morgan Williams, all two.

For the Cougars, Brie Wajer netted 13 points, while Brianna Genthner added 10; Sophie Schumacher, eight; Bailey Plourde, four; and Katlyn Feltis and Jenny Arter, both two.

RDMS connected on 3-of-10 foul shots (30 percent), while GSB made 3-of-11 (27 percent).

Despite the loss, RDMS coach Dan McNichol said he was “pleased with the entire team effort, with strong rebounding by Mazurek, Staples and Kristen Penney off the bench.”

Medomak 7th 48, Wiscasset 11 … At Wiscasset Dec. 5, the Riverhawks blanked the Warriors in the first quarter and soared to a convincing win. MMS led 24-0, 36-6 and 40-8 at the quarter breaks.

Chelsea Ripley netted 14 points for the Riverhawks, while Victoria Wheaton added eight; Amber Hagin, six; Nicole Obuchon, Cassidy Taylor and Maggie Ryan, all four; and Nicki Taylor, Alaina Linteri, Kelsey Grant and Alika McMurrin, all two. Ripley also had seven rebounds, while McMurrin and Taylor added six boards apiece.

Full names for the Warriors were unavailable.

Boothbay 8th 54, Camden-Rockport 22 … At Boothbay Dec. 5, the Wildcats came out firing and took an 18-2 lead in the first quarter while cruising past the visiting Schooners. Boothbay led 18-2, 26-8 and 47-15 at the quarter breaks.

Hannah Morley poured in 22 points for the Wildcats, while Nicole Rice added 16; Avae Traina, nine; Rachel Eiman, five; and Genevieve Taylor, two.

For CRMS, Maddie Bowman netted 15 points, while Taylor Peasley added four and Avery Roy three.

Boothbay converted 4-of-12 free throws (33 percent), while Camden-Rockport made 4-of-15 (27 percent).

Small school division — girls

St. George 39, Appleton 23 … At St. George Dec. 5, the Dragons slayed the visiting Wildcats to pick up a regular-season victory. St. George led 12-4, 18-10 and 31-17 at the quarter breaks.

Kelsea Boynton netted 12 points to lead the Dragons, while Haley Montgomery added eight; Brianna Garrett and Kaylee McCorrison each six; Sierra Beal, three; and Brianna Knowlton and Sadie Thompson, both two.

For the Wildcats, Kristen Keiran scored 15 points, while Madison Maxwell added four; and Jasmine Gilman and Payton Wiley, both two.

The Dragons were 0-of-4 from the foul line and the Wildcats 0-5.

Appleton 37, Islesboro 36 … At Islesboro Dec. 3, the Wildcats nipped the host Eagles and picked up an exciting road win. Islesboro led 6-4 after the first quarter, while Appleton led 15-10 at halftime and 28-18 after three quarters.

Gillian Lafleche tallied 12 points for Appleton, while Wiley added 10; Keiran, nine; Madison Mawell, four; and Victoria Anderson, two.

For Islesboro, Kathryn Snyder poured in 24 points, while Kayla Pendleton added eight; and Jazmyne Schoppe and Emily Bethune, both two.

The Wildcats were 1-of-3 (33 percent) from the foul line, while the Eagles were 2-of-5 (40 percent).

Woolwich 63, Appleton 11 … At Woolwich Dec. 1, Woolwich jumped to a decisive first-quarter lead and never looked back as the hosts picked up a convincing win in the battle of the Wildcats. Woolwich led 18-4, 30-9 and 49-9 at the quarter breaks.

Keiran netted seven points to lead Appleton, while Lafleche and Anderson each added two.

For Woolwich, Emma Harrington poured in 22 points, while Jasmine Thibodeau and Brooke McElman each added eight; Pearl Wilson and Madaline Suhr, both six; Pushley and Lilah, both four; MacKenzie Johnston, both three; and Julia Blackwell and Lilly Mascio, both two.

Appleton was 0-of-2 from the foul line, while Woolwich made 1-of-3 (33 percent).

Large school division — boys

Medomak 8th 56, Wiscasset 43 … At Waldoboro Dec. 5, the Riverhawks went on a 17-2 run in the third quarter to put the game out of reach and pick up the win. MMS led 15-10, 29-25 and 46-27 at the quarter breaks.

Nick DePatsy scored 19 points for the Riverhawks, while Zach Starr added 15; Ollie Brown, 10; Sheldon Lavway, five; Tucker Prescott, Cortland Fischer and Owen Gilbert, all two; and Jackson Vail, one.

For Wiscasset, Daren Wood poured in 14 points, while Mike Stewart added 12; J.D. Souza, nine; Brandon Colby, four; and Nate Mills and Bryslin Grover, both two.

Medomak 7th 46, Wiscasset 33 … At Waldoboro Dec. 5, the Riverhawks improved to 4-0 with a 13-point win over the scrappy Warriors. Wiscasset led 12-9 after the first quarter, while Medomak took a 24-13 lead at halftime and extended its advantage to 37-19 after three quarters. The Riverhawks outcored the Warriors 15-1 in the second quarter due to the hosts playing “tough defense end to end and creating offensive opportunities,” said MMS coach Pat Delahanty.

“Though Medomak had hoped to cruise to the victory, Wiscasset had other ideas and climbed back into the game in the fourth quarter,” the coach said. “Fortunately, the young men from Medomak were able to gather their composure and close out the win.”

Cam Allaire netted 13 points for the ‘Hawks, while Cam Martin added six; Kyle Donlin and Jon Allard, both five; Patrick White and Taylor McLain, both four; Zidane McMurrin, three; and Laken Harrington, Casey Libby and Channing Soper, all two.

For Wiscasset, Kevin Lynch netted seven points, while Grant Hefler added six; Russell Marr, five; Nate Woodman and Ethan James, both four; Brandon Goud, Conlon Ranta and Coby Roberts, all two; and Logan Orr, one.

Boothbay 7th 55, Camden-Rockport 7th 37 … At Camden Dec. 5, the Wildcats turned the tables on the Schooners in the second quarter and came away with an 18-point victory. The Schooners led 12-10 after the first quarter, while Boothbay took a 31-22 lead at halftime and a 47-30 edge after three quarters.

Jacob Leonard poured in 31 points for the Wildcats, while Michael Ripley and Carter Babcock each added eight and Dima Gosselin and Austin Campbell both four.

For CRMS, Nate Raye netted 17 points, while Brandon DeBroskey added 15, Gavin Boyd six and Seth Young two.

Boothbay 8th 48, Camden-Rockport 37 … At Camden Dec. 5, the Wildcats kept the host Schooners at bay in the second half and held on for a nine-point win. CRMS led 11-8 after the first quarter, but fell behind 28-20 at the half and 41-29 after three quarters.

Matt Burnham tallied 17 points for Boothbay, while Abet Bryor added 18; Nick Gorey, four; Morgan Wilson and Daniel Orumond, both two; and Xavier Downing and Shane Johnson, both one.

For Camden-Rockport, Jack Gallagher scored nine points, while Cam Gushee added eight; Nathan Dunton, six; Nick Rozahegyi and Field Leonard, both four; and Nick Denny and Dalton Oakes, both two.

Oceanside Blue 8th 64, Great Salt Bay 23 … At Rockland Dec. 5, the Mariners wasted little time and sailed past the visiting Cougars by a convincing margin.

Nick Mazurek poured in 20 points for the winners, while Riley Sprague chipped in with 16; Andrew King, 13; Christian Straka, six; Jack Becknell and Rory Polybank, both four; and Dylan Gray, one.

For Great Salt Bay of Damariscotta, C. Carter netted five points, while R. Cushing and C. McKenny each added four; and Austin Kaler, M. Damon, L. Brinkler, N. Simmons and Tyler Wood, all two.

Rockland 7th 52, Great Salt Bay 18 … At Rockland Dec. 5, the Eagles soared past the visiting Cougars en route to their first win of the year. RDMS was paced by Jackson Arnsdorf’s 18 points, while Sam Atwood and Anthony Marsh each added eight in the win. Additional information was unavailable.

“I’m proud of my team coming off two big losses,” said RDMS coach Wes Drinkwater. “We came out hot and the subs never took [their feet] off the pedal. We are working very hard at being a well-rounded team and learning from every game.”

Small school division — boys

Nobleboro 44, Hope 25 … At Hope Dec. 6, the Lions roared past the host Hawks. The Hawks led 13-6 after the first quarter of play and 17-16 at halftime, while Nobleboro took a 30-19 lead after three quarters. Individual scorers from the game were unavailable.

St. George 58, Appleton 31 … At St. George Dec. 5, the Dragons led 10-6, 28-14 and 44-20 at the quarter breaks. Zach Davis keyed St. George with 16 points, while Cadden Lavoie netted 13; Mitchell DelFrate, 12; Max Lombardo, eight; and Kyle Waters and Levi Post, both four. Lombardo paced the team in defensive rebounds.

For Appleton, Nick Commelin scored nine points; Jack Moody, six; Essac Keirch, five; Owen Hilt four; Alex Dionne three; and Morgan Ford and Dylan Taylor, both two.

Hope 29, Bristol 15 … At Bristol Dec. 5, the visiting Hawks went on a 10-2 run in the fourth quarter and pulled away from the host Blue Devils. Hope led 4-0, 11-4 and 19-13 at the quarter breaks.

Matt Young scored nine points for Hope, while Julian Starbird added eight; Max Pushaw, six; and Wade Reynolds, Isaiah Backiel and Craig Curtis, all two.

VillageSoup sports staff can be reached by phone at 207-594-4401 or by email at sports@villagesoup.com.