It was an all-around forgettable day for Waldo County high school boys and girls basketball teams Tuesday, with Belfast, Mount View and Islesboro coming up on the short end of the stick in their respective contests.

Both Lion squads were downed by Medomak Valley of Waldoboro, while both Mustang teams lost a pair of contests to Waterville. The Islesboro girls also in action on the island, but came up short against Greater Portland Christian.

Boys

Medomak Valley 69, Belfast 58 … At Belfast Dec. 20, the Panthers had three players in double figures for points and surged ahead in the second quarter to claim their third win in four games. Medomak Valley led 18-14, 42-28 and 52-41 at the quarter breaks.

Isaac Greenrose netted 21 points to lead the Panthers, while identical twin brother Alex Greenrose added 17; Shane Osier, 12; Zack Judkins, five; Brandon Soper, four; Deering Genthner and Robby Griffin, both three; and Ryan Ripley, two.

For Belfast, Scott Kulikowski dumped in 21 points, while Ryan Rice added 16; Jamie Jackson, seven; Emerson Dellamattera and Yanni Rakis, both six; and Tyler Prescott, two.

The Panthers were 22-of-31 (71 percent) from the charity stripe, while the Lions were 20-of-38 (53 percent).

In the Maine Principals’ Association Heal Point Standings for Eastern Class B, Medomak Valley (3-1, 5.9568 points) is second, while Belfast (0-3, no points) is 15th. Camden Hills (4-0, 7.5617 points) is first in the 19-team region. The top 13 teams qualify for the playoffs.

Waterville 49, Mount View 41 … At Waterville Dec. 20, the Purple Panthers dug themselves out of a first-quarter hole and rallied to defeat the visiting Mustangs. Mount View led 10-6 after the first quarter, while Waterville took a 24-16 advantage at halftime and a 36-26 lead after three quarters.

Chris Montminy netted 12 points for the ‘Stangs, while Taylor Reynolds added seven; Craig Nealley and Steven Davis, both six; Jalen Babin and Ryan St. Clair, both four; and Bobby Porter, two.

For Waterville, M. Brown scored 14 points, while J. Gormley added 13 and C. Hale 11.

Mount View converted 3-of-5 free throws (60 percent) and Waterville 9-of-14 (64 percent).

Girls

Medomak Valley 42, Belfast 36 … At Waldoboro Dec. 20, the Panthers came away with a six-point victory in an odd game that saw Belfast hold Medomak Valley scoreless in the second quarter, while the Panthers outscored the Lions 16-2 in the third stanza. Medomak Valled led 13-7 after the first quarter, while Belfast took a 20-13 lead at halftime. The hosts gained a 29-22 edge after three quarters.

Alanna Vose collected a game-high 17 points for the Panthers, while Mallory Robbins and Mallory Conary each added eight; Amanda Hendrickson-Belloguet, six; and Taylor Simmons, three.

For Belfast, Lexi Nelligan tossed in nine points, while Emily Blood added eight; Courtney Drinkwater, six; Rebecca Leonard, four; Katrina Lapham, three; and Makayla Cummings, McKenzie Thibodeau and Ashley Littlefield, all two.

The Lions netted 4-of-6 (67 percent) from the foul line and the Panthers 12-of-16 (75 percent).

In the Maine Principals’ Association Heal Point Standings for Eastern Class B, Medomak Valley (2-2, 3.2407 points) is fifth, while Belfast (1-2, 0.5556 points) is 13th. Gardiner (4-0, 5.9568 points) is first in the 19-team region. The top 13 teams qualify for the playoffs.

Waterville 35, Mount View 30 … At Thorndike Dec. 20, the Purple Panthers and Mustangs went back and forth in a tightly-contest affair, with the visitors emerging with a five-point victory. Waterville led 8-6, 18-13 and 22-21 at the quarter breaks.

Courtney Morse keyed Mount View with 10 points, while Janelle Thornley added eight; LeeAnn Larrabee, five; Delainey Kein, Wendy Gibbs and Anna Piotti, all two; and Kaitlin Leavitt, one.

For Waterville, Lauren Crane scored 10 points, while Jenna Gagnon added eight; Ashleigh Gagne and Whitney Scott, both five; Shannon Ritter, four; and Kaitlyn Spaulding, three.

Mount View converted 4-of-16 free-throw attempts (25 percent) and Waterville 10-of-18 (56 percent).

In the Maine Principals’ Association Heal Point Standings for Eastern Class B, Mount View (0-3, no points) is 19th and Waterville (2-2, 1.6358 points) 12th. Gardiner (4-0, 5.9568 points) is first in the 19-team region. The top 13 teams qualify for the playoffs.

Greater Portland Christian 33, Islesboro 29 … At Islesboro Dec. 20, the Lions held off a late fourth-quarter push by the Eagles and prevailed by four points. Islesboro led 9-8 after the first quarter, while the Lions took a 19-13 lead at halftime and a 27-19 advantage after three quarters.

Sierra Roy tallied nine points for the islanders, while Autumn Johnson added five; Eleanor Snyder, Allana Govoni and Caitlin Small, all four; Krystal Randlett, two; and Ally Craig, one.

For GPC, Suzanne Gonzalez tossed in 13 points, while Robyn Waugh and Elaine Beech each added six; Kim Dawson, four; and Mariah Foss and C. Jones, both two.

The Eagles were 4-of-8 (50 percent) from the foul line and the Lions 5-of-10 (50 percent).

In the Maine Principals’ Association Heal Point Standings for Western Class D, Islesboro (2-2, 1.1111 points) is ninth, while Greater Portland Christian (2-1, 2.8105 points) is sixth. Richmond (4-0, 8.4967 points) is first in the 13-team region. The top nine teams qualify for the playoffs.

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