With Thanksgiving on the horizon, the Busline League basketball schedule was indeed in a giving mood for Midcoast middle school squads on Friday, Nov. 22.

Click for photos from the Medomak at Oceanside White seventh-grade boys game.

Click for photos from the Medomak at Oceanside White seventh-grade girls game.

Click for photos from other middle school basketball games this season.

Coaches can report results to Courier Publications/VillageSoup by emailing game information or by sending photos, taken by a smartphone, of the home and away books, to sports@courierpublicationsllc.com. Results also can be reported by calling 594-4401, extension 116.

The following is a recap of recently-reported results:

Girls basketball

Boothbay 47, Oceanside Blue 8th 40

At Thomaston Nov. 22, the Mariners lost a close contest to the visiting Wildcats. Oceanside Blue led 9-4 after the first eight minutes, but the Wildcats took an 18-17 advantage at halftime and a 31-25 edge after three quarters.

Gabby Simmons led the hosts with 23 points, while Aubrey Anderson added eight; Jordan Brackett, five; MaKenzie Murray, four; and Emilee Clough, three.

Denise Stover poured in 29 points for Boothbay, while Sydney Merrier added 10, Jo Shaw, five; and Summer Chamberlain, one.

The Mariners were 11-of-18 (61 percent) from the foul line, while the Wildcats were 9-of-17 (53 percent).

Searsport 40, Camden-Rockport 8th 30

At Searsport Nov. 22, the Vikings pulled away from the Schooners in the fourth quarter to pick up the win. Searsport led 15-12, 17-16 and 29-27 at the quarter breaks.

Elizabeth Hustus netted 14 points for Searsport, while Brooklynn Alberts added seven; Mikeala Alley, five; Ashton Wells and Morgan Ireland, both four; Hannah Nadeau, three; Kaylee Knowles, two; and Karen Mylen, one.

For Camden-Rockport, Audrey Clement collected 13 points, while Abbey O'Donal added five; Alli Wells, three; Malea Russell, Sarah Contento, Eliza Brown and Emily Long, all two; and Katie Heavey, one.

The Schooners were 4-of-8 (50 percent) from the foul line and the Vikings 8-of-26 (31 percent).

Oceanside White 8th 45, Medomak 32

At Waldoboro Nov. 22, the Mariners posted a 13-point win over the host Riverhawks.

Leading Oceanside White was Amelia Campbell with 18 points, while Molly Spencer tallied 10; Lauren Miller, nine; Julia Kurr, four; and Charlotte Lepardo and Lauryn Arsenault, both two.

For Medomak, Gabby DePatsy tossed in 22 points, while Cierra Dyer and Hallie Kunesh each had four and Zoe Gammon two.

The 'Hawks were 4-of-6 (67 percent) from the foul line and the Mariners 7-of-13 (54 percent).

Oceanside White 7th 36, Medomak 33

At Thomaston Nov. 22, the Mariners held on for a three-point win over the 'Hawks. Oceanside White led 13-8, 21-16 and 31-22 at the quarter breaks.

Nicole Davison paced the hosts with eight points, while Sara Dorr added seven; Hannah Moholland, six, Kalli Grover, five; Morgan Heal, four; and Chloe Fournier, Chloe Jones and Meghan Keizer, all two.

For Medomak, Talia Willis and Maddy White each had eight-point efforts, while Hattie Watmough and Lydia Simmons each added four; Aubrey Schaeffer, three; and Serena Poland, Melayna Benner and Elizabeth Flanagan, all two.

The Riverhawks were 5-of-20 (25 percent) from the foul line and the Mariners 2-of-11 (18 percent)

Boys basketball

Vinalhaven 50, Lincolnville 44

At Vinalhaven Nov. 22, the Vikings jumped to a large first-half lead and held on for the six-point win. Vinalhaven led 19-13, 34-21 and 44-38 at the quarter breaks.

Elijah Ames poured in 29 points for the islanders, while Keon Arey added 15 and Jordan Radley, Dustin Marriner and Henry Noyes all two.

For Lincolnville, Mike Kremin netted 20 points, while Ionut Lodge added 18; Zach Markaute, four; and Tyler Gerry, two.

The Vikings were 6-of-15 (40 percent) from the foul line and the Lynx 3-of-9 (33 percent).

Camden-Rockport 8th 50, Searsport 44

At Searsport Nov. 22, the Schooners held off a late Viking rally and prevailed by six points. Camden-Rockport led 12-6, 28-21 and 45-28 at the quarter breaks.

Noah Heidorn scored 22 points for CRMS, while Conrad Crans and Lucas Boetsch each added seven; Noah Erskine and Jesse Fraser, both five; and Eric Glaser and Trevor Iltis, both two.

For Searsport, Ben Powell netted 14 points, while Liam MacMillan added 13; Connor Kneeland, 11; Devon Bean, four; and Harold Merithew, two.

The Schooners were 7-of-11 (63 percent) from the foul line and the Vikings 11-of-22 (50 percent).

Oceanside White 8th 38, Medomak 37

At Waldoboro Nov. 22, the Mariners nipped the host Riverhawks by one point. Medomak held a 14-7 lead after the first quarter, a 24-18 edge at the half and a 30-22 edge after three quarters, but the visitors went on a 16-7 run to end the game.

Ruben Martinez scored 11 points for Oceanside White, while Hunter Davis added eight; John Curtin, seven; and Jack Freeman, Anthony Moore and Nick Crudell all four.

For Medomak, Brent Stewart tallied 11 points, while Colin Fournier added eight; Andrew Campbell, seven; Wyatt Post, six; Brett Collamore and Jonathon Luce, both two; and Tyler Field, one.

The Mariners were 11-of-19 (58 percent) from the foul line, while the Riverhawks were 5-of-14 (36 percent).

Medomak 7th 48, Oceanside White 38

At Thomaston Nov. 22, the Riverhawks pulled away in the second half en route to a 10-point win over the hosts.

Nathan Emerson scored 16 points for Medomak, while Eli McCollett added 10, Nick Daniel, eight; and Aiden McLain and Alex Clevette, both seven.

Amos Anderson scored 18 points for the hosts, while Jacob Curtis, Zack Cody and Isaiah Millay each added four.

Boothbay 8th 63, Oceanside Blue 46

At Thomaston Nov. 22, the Wildcats roared to a 17-point win over the host Mariners.

Kyle Ames dumped in 30 points for the winners, while Eli Gudroe added 14; Graham Bryer, five; Cam Crocker and Sam Burnham, both three; and Hunter Arsenault, Hayden Brewer, Cameron Alley and Reilly Johnson, all two.

For Oceanside, Mike Morton Jr. scored 17 points, while Logan Sheridan added 14; Ryan Colson, four; Kirt Ilvonen, three; Trevor Carty, Garrett Young, Josh Peaco and Silas Miller, all two.

The Wildcats were 10-of-23 (43 percent) from the foul line and the Mariners 13-of-26 (50 percent).

Oceanside Blue 7th 51, Boothbay 42

At Boothbay Nov. 22, the Mariners moved to 3-0 with a nine-point win over the Wildcats. The visitors led 11-6, 28-18 and 44-23 at the quarter breaks.

Jaden Martin led Oceanside Blue with 18 points, while Jack Lombardo added 11; Alex O'Brien, 10; Trevor Reed, eight; and Dayton Dinsmore and Nik Porter, both two.

For Boothbay, Steve Reny netted 24 points, while Alex Hibbard added 10 and Mitch Andrews eight.