While the high school basketball regular seasons are set to tip off Friday, Dec. 9, Midcoast middle school hoops remain in the spotlight as a handful of squads in both the large and small school divisions were on the hardwood Dec. 7.

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

The following is a recap of recent-reported results:

Boys large school division

Camden-Rockport 7th 51, Great Salt Bay 18 … At Damariscotta Dec. 7, the Schooners jumped to a 17-0 lead in the first quarter and never looked back en route to a convincing win. CRMS led 17-0, 23-8 and 36-12 at the quarter breaks.

Nate Raye netted 11 points for Schooners, while Gavin Boyd and Brandon DeBrosky each added eight; Gage Modery and Matt Morse, each four; Wilson McKay, three; Bradley Spear, Max Ruesswick, Elvis Bowen, Nick Stuart, Isaac Hall and Seth Young, all two.

For GSB, Jim Pinkham tallied six points, while Trevor Jones and Mason St. Louis each added two.

Camden-Rockport 8th 59, Great Salt Bay 21 … At Damariscotta Dec. 7, the Schooners distanced themselves from the host Cougars throughout the duration of the contest and picked up the early-season victory. CRMS led 12-5, 26-12 and 41-16 at the quarter breaks.

Jack Gallagher and Field Leonard both netted 12 points, while Dalton Oakes added 11; Cam Gushee, eight; Nathan Dunton, seven; Declan Carlson, six; Nick Rozahegyi, two; and Nick Greer, one.

For GSB, Liam Brinkler netted nine points, while Kohton McKenney added four; Chad Carter, three; Riley Cushing and Austin Kaler, each two; and Sean Sullivan, one.

Medomak 8th 52, Searsport 30 … At Waldoboro Dec. 7, the Riverhawks improved to 5-0 and prevailed by 22 points over the visiting Vikings. MMS led 9-6, 27-14 and 38-25 at the quarter breaks. Riverhawk coach Paul Berube said, “It was a good win with everyone contributing either on the scoreboard or the defensive end.”

Nick DePatsy netted nine points for the Riverhawks, while Ollie Brown added eight; Sheldon Levway, seven; Jackson Vail, five; Zach Starr, Riley McCollett and Dylan Smith, all four; Gavin Black, Owen Gilbert, Tucker Prescott, Daniel Bubar and Ethan Swan, all two; and Nick McAuliffe, one.

For Searsport, Troy Reynolds tallied 13 points, while Bryce Shorey added seven; Kyle Moore and Eric Phillips, both four; and Barrett Grant, two.

Girls large school division

Great Salt Bay 8th 34, Camden-Rockport 28 … At Camden Dec. 7, the Cougars held off a late surge by the Schooners and prevailed by six points. GSB led 14-7, 20-17 and 28-19 at the quarter breaks.

Maddie Bowman netted nine points for CRMS, while Kayloni Hall added eight; Abigail Matlack, six; Taylor Peasley, three; and Avery Roy, two.

For GSB, Olivia York led the charge with 15 points. CRMS converted 6-of-19 free throws (31 percent), while Great Salt Bay was 5-of-19 (26 percent).

Camden-Rockport 7th 47, Great Salt Bay 18 … At Camden Dec. 7, the Schooners left little to chance as they sailed past the visiting Cougars. CRMS led 20-2, 34-6 and 42-10 at the quarter breaks.

Charlotte Messer netted nine points to lead the Schooners. Additional information on the game was unavailable.

Boothbay 7th 46, Camden-Rockport 41 (OT) … At Boothbay Dec. 5, the Schooners were outscored 6-1 in overtime and came up short against the host Wildcats. Boothbay led 12-10, 23-18 and 31-29 at the quarter breaks, while CRMS knotted the score 40-40 at the end of regulation.

Charlotte Messer poured in 20 points for the Schooners, while Mara Dostie added 10; Julia Holt and Rebekah Schade, both four; Maddie Wickenden, two; and Kate McKenna, one.

The names of the scorers for Boothbay were unavailable.

“The girls showed they have a never-quit-attitude by coming back from 11 points down to go ahead by one point with less than 20 seconds [remaining],” said Schooner Clairlynn Roundtree. “Unfortunately we fouled [one of their players], who made 1-of-2 free throws and sent the game into overtime.”

Girls small school division

Lincolnville 49, South Bristol 15 … At Lincolnville Dec. 5, the Lynx grabbed a strong first-quarter lead and the Mariners never recovered as the hosts cruised to victory. Lincolnville led 17-5, 24-5 and 35-11 at the quarter breaks.

Katia Kordek poured in 16 points for Lincolnville, while Mya Wiley added 11; Brooke Benson, six; Emma McGurren, Tora Decker-Griffith and Elizabeth Cummons, all four; and Payton Foss and Emily Morse, both two.

For South Bristol, E. Gilbert scored seven points, while N. Cushing added four; and C. Kaplinger and H. Graves, both two.

Boys small school division

Bristol 33, Lincolnville 23 … At Lincolnville Dec. 5, the Blue Devils jumped to an early first-half lead and cruised to a 10-point victory. Bristol led 8-2, 18-7 and 23-14 at the quarter breaks.

Avery Grindle netted eight points for Lincolnville, while Morgan Mercier added seven; Peyton Young, four; and Nicholas Winter and Noah Botley, both two.

For Bristol, C. Leeman scored 10 points, while A. Flower and D. Hatch each added six; A. Hodus, four; C. Cowman, three; and K. Baty and C. Diabton, both two.

St. George 62, Richmond 60 … At St. George Dec. 8, the hosts pulled out an exciting win, rallying from a deficit in the fourth-quarter to secure the victory. Richmond led 20-15, 33-31 and 48-43 at the quarter breaks.

Cadden Lavoie paced the Dragons with 26 points, while Mitchell DelFrate chipped in 18; Zach Davis, eight; Max Lombardo, seven; and Levi Post, two.

For Richmond, Cody Tribbet keyed the scoring with 28 points, while Brenden Emmons added 13; Tyler Sovey, 10; Brady Johnson, five; and Zack Small, six.

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.

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