The regular season for Waldo County high school basketball teams concluded Thursday night and none of the eight teams in the area will qualify for the regional playoffs.

While the final Maine Principals’ Association Heal Point Standings will not be released until after the final games are played around the state on Friday, Feb. 10, all eight Waldo County teams — from Belfast, Mount View, Searsport and Islesboro — came up short in their respective quests for a postseason berths.

Boys

In Eastern Class B, Mount View (8-10, 44.8457 points) is 14th, while Belfast (1-17, 0.5556 points) is 19th (last). The top 13 teams qualify for the playoffs.

In Eastern Class C, Searsport (4-14, 26.0802 points) is 14th. The top 11 teams qualify for the playoffs.

In Western Class D, Islesboro (0-17, no points) finished 13th (last). The top nine teams qualify for the playoffs.

Girls

In Eastern Class B, Belfast (6-12, 17.3148 points) finished 16th, while Mount View (2-16, 2.7160 points) finished 19th (last). The top 13 teams qualify for the playoffs.

In Eastern Class C, Searsport (2-16, 1.1111 points) finished 16th. The top 11 teams qualify for the playoffs.

In Western Class D, Islesboro (6-11, 8.1746 points) finished 10th. The top nine teams qualify for the playoffs.

The following is a recap of the final regular-season games for local teams:

Boys basketball

Mount View 55, Waterville 41 … At Thorndike Feb. 9, the Mustangs prevailed by 14 points in their final game of the year. Mount View led 13-8, 25-21 and 42-27 at the quarter breaks.

Bobby Porter poured in 28 points to lead the Mustangs, while Ryan St. Clair added nine; Chris Montminy, six; Andrew Gibbs, four; Taylor Reynolds, three; Ryan Derby and Jack Simpson, both two; and Craig Nealley, one.

Brandon Bailey scored 12 points for the visiting Purple Panthers, while David Bailey added eight; Justin Jabar and Chris Hale, both seven; Josh Gurmby, five; and J.P. Michaud, two.

The Mustangs were 14-of-24 (58 percent) from the foul line, while the Purple Panthers were 11-of-17 (65 percent).

Nokomis 65, Belfast 57 … At Newport Feb. 9, the Lions put up a terrific effort against the playoff-bound Warriors, but fell by eight points in their final game of the season. Nokomis led 18-12, 35-21 and 46-37 at the quarter breaks.

Jamie Jackson tossed in 18 points for the Lions, while Tyler Prescott added 16; Scott Kulikowski, 10; Emerson DellaMattera, seven; Ryan Rice, three; and Yanni Rakis, two.

For the Warriors, Ethan Pearl poured in 26 points, while A. Cartwright added 12; Spencer Hartsgrove, nine; and Ruel Libby, D. Wing and W. Cartwright, all six.

The Lions were 17-of-23 (74 percent) from the foul line, while the Warriors were 15-of-21 (71 percent).

Deer Isle-Stonington 67, Searsport 44 … At Stonington Feb. 8, the Vikings could not keep up with the Mariner offensive attack and fell in their final game of the campaign. Deer-Isle-Stonington led 22-7, 33-20 and 55-35 at the quarter breaks.

Milton Jones scored 13 points for the Vikings, while Shane Seekins added 11; Buddy Ellis, six; Darren Harriman, five; Dillan Moody, four; Austin Bean, three; and Jacob Powell, two.

Sam Grindle tossed in 20 points for the Mariners, while Kevin Melanio added 11; Nate Davis and Luke Oliver, both seven; Hayden Ciomei and Connor Morey, both six; Stuart Bray and Tim Cormier, both four; and Jake Starkey, two.

“The guys worked really hard this season [and] many of the younger guys earned valuable playing time,” said Searsport coach Brad Cook. “We have a big group of returning players that are committed and excited. They plan to make a playoff run in 2013.”

Girls basketball

Waterville 38, Mount View 26 … At Waterville Feb. 9, the Mustangs could not overtake the Purple Panthers and fell by 12 points in their season finale. Waterville led 8-5, 17-7 and 27-14 at the quarter breaks.

Janelle Thornley scored 11 points for the ‘Stangs, while Delainey Kein added seven; Courtney Morse, three; Anna Piotti, Kelsey Higgins and LeeAnn Larrabee, all two; and Amanda Larrabee, one.

Ashleigh Gagne scored 13 points for the Purple Panthers, while Collenn O’Donnell added 10; Lauren Crane, seven; Jenna Gagnon, four; and Shannon Ritter and Whitney Scott, both one.

The Mustangs were 6-of-10 (60 percent) from the foul line, while the Purple Panthers were 14-of-25 (56 percent).

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