Waldo County high school basketball teams experienced a mixed bag of outcomes in weekend games, with both Searsport squads and the Belfast girls coming away winners.

The SDHS boys and girls came away with victories against Acadia Christian of Trenton, while the Belfast girls earned a win against Lincoln Academy of Newcastle.

In Jan. 21 boys action, Searsport bested Academy Christian 73-51 and Islesboro lost to Seacoast Christian 50-44. In Jan. 21 girls play, Searsport downed Acadia Christian 47-16 and Islesboro lost to Seacoast Christian 28-24.

In Jan. 20 boys action, Belfast lost to Lincoln Academy 57-45, while the same day in girls action, Belfast beat Lincoln Academy 53-32.

Additional information for the Belfast and Searsport girls was available.

A recap of reported/known weekend results includes:

Boys basketball

Searsport 73, Acadia Christian 51 … At Trenton Jan. 21, the Vikings broke the game open with 29 points in the third quarter en route to a 22-point victory over the host Seahawks.

Pacing the offense for Searsport was Buddy Ellis with 21 points, while Milton Jones added 20; Forrest Pacholski, nine; Dillan Moody, eight; Shane Seekins, six; Austin Bean, four; Jake Keniston, three; and Alex Carroll, two.

For Acadia Christian, Adam Olearcek scored 23 points, while Brandon Hagan added 16; Caleb Linnehan, five; Henry Olearcek, four; and Shayn Wescott, three.

In the Maine Principals’ Association Heal Point Standings for Eastern Class C, Searsport (4-8, 16.5123 points) is 11th, while Sumner of East Sullivan (11-1, 52.5799 points) is first in the 17-team region. The top 11 teams qualify for the playoffs.

Lincoln Academy 57, Belfast 47 … At Belfast Jan. 20, the Lions could not catch the Eagles and fell by 10 points. Belfast led 16-13 after the first quarter, while Lincoln Academy took a 35-28 lead at halftime and a 46-39 advantage after three quarters.

Ryan Rice tossed in 16 points for Belfast, while Tyler Prescott and Scott Kulikowski each added 10; Jamie Jackson and Ben Lowe, both four; and Emerson DellaMattera, both three.

For Lincoln Academy, Ryley Leavitt scored 14 points, while Jalen Lincoln added 10; Bo McLain, eight; Seward Matel, six; Dylan Leavitt and Merritt Wotton, both five; Tom Masters and Devin Sherer, both three; and Al Oliver, one.

In the Maine Principals’ Association Heal Point Standings for Eastern Class B, Belfast (1-11, 0.5556 points) is 19th, while Mount Desert Island (13-0, 75.7716 points) is first in the 19-team region. The top 13 teams qualify for the playoffs.

Seacoast Christian 50, Islesboro 44 … At Islesboro Jan. 20, the Guardians did just enough to hold off the host Eagles, prevailing by six points.

Leading the Eagles was Charlie Cilley with a 25-point effort, while Cameron Jack tossed in 15 points and pulled down an impressive 20 rebounds. Kim Kyungmin rounded out the scoring with four points, while also pulling down 10 boards.

For Seacoast, Logan Archer netted 14 points, while Isaac LaCroix added 13; Chaz Kerrigan, nine; Josh Gustafson, six; and Drew Revere and Austin Minnon, both two.

Hyde School 65, Islesboro 27 … At Islesboro Jan. 19, the unbeaten Phoenix continued their strong play with a win over the Eagles. Hyde led 18-8, 42-13 and 51-21 at the quarter breaks.

Jack netted 12 points to lead the islanders, while Jacek Krajewski added four; Kyungmin, three; and Will Schoppe, Cilley, Nick Day and Eli Legere, all two.

For the Phoenix, Alex Jonah poured in 20 points, while Ben Burlock added seven; Andrew Herron and Talib Rowe, both six; Wilson McMillan, five; Mohamed Warsane, three; and Leifer Cundy, Eke Jiubatuquon, Connor Ketchum and Evander Lenardson, all two.

In the Maine Principals’ Association Heal Point Standings for Western Class D, Islesboro (0-14, no points) is 13th, while Hyde School (10-0, 46.8260 points) is first in the 13-team region. The top nine teams qualify for the playoffs.

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