The high school unified basketball regular seasons have concluded as Midcoast court teams prepare for the end-of-season activities of their choice.

While the Heal Points are not officially final, squads from Oceanside of Rockland, Mount View of Thorndike, Medomak Valley of Waldoboro and Belfast have played their final regular-season games.

Camden Hills of Rockport also has a team, but the Windjammers play an exhibition schedule.

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Teams have the option to compete for a state championship via the Maine Principals’ Association-sanctioned single-elimination tournament, or opt to participate in one of several end-of-season unified basketball festivals.

For four teams that call Knox, Waldo and Lincoln counties home, only Oceanside will compete in the MPA tournament, while Medomak Valley and Mount View will participate in end-of-season unified basketball festivals.

As of Monday, March 4, Oceanside (5-3, 95.8333 points) was sixth, Mount View (4-4, 66.6667 points) 12th, Belfast (3-5, 56.2500 points) 13th and Medomak Valley (2-4, 50.0000 points) 16th. Hampden/Bangor (8-0, 256.2500 points) was first in the 25-team North region. The top 17 teams are playoff-eligible.

However, only six of those 17 teams will participate in the MPA tournament.

Thus, the "final" Heal Points are as follows: No. 1 Hampden Academy/Bangor, No. 2 Madison (7-0, 147.2489 points), No. 3 Bucksport (6-2, 137.5000 points), No. 4 Oceanside, No. 5 Foxcroft Academy of Dover-Foxcroft (4-4, 68.7500 points) and No. 6 Carrabec of North Anson (3-3, 38.8889 points)

In a quarterfinal playoff game, No. 4 Oceanside will host No. 5 Foxcroft Academy on Thursday, March 7 at 4 p.m.

Belfast will host Camden Hills, the latter of which is not an MPA-sanctioned team, in an exhibition game — both teams final of the year — on Tuesday, March 5 at 3:30 p.m.

Medomak Valley will participate in an end-of-season jamboree with Brunswick/Mount Ararat of Topsham, Freeport and Yarmouth on Wednesday, March 6 at 3 p.m. in Brunswick.

Mount View will participate in an end-of-season jamboree with Brewer, Ellsworth, Hermon, Mattanawcook Academy of Lincoln/Penobscot Valley of Howland, Mount Desert Island, Nokomis of Newport, Old Town and Orono on Saturday, March 9 in Orono.

Team members for Medomak Valley, coached by Tracie McLain, include Jaden Abruzese, Peter Alexander, Greyson Clark, Angel McKay, Tyler McKay, Von McLaughlin, Jacob Rinehart, Michael Severson, Natalie Shields, Cassandra Smeltzer, Baylee Stewart, Hattie Watmough and Leah Wilcox. Paul Smeltzer, Lydia Simmons and Kayla Donlin also coach.

Team members for Oceanside, coached by Joanna Hall, include Joumana Ben Salem, Aidan Bonzagni, Krista Butler, Haley Callahan, Thomas Coombs, Olivia Dougherty, Erica Dyer, Elaina Emerson, Justin Hunt, Ryan Morse, Kaytlyn Pierce, Caleb Powell, Byron Radley, Angel Seiders, Uriah Thongsophaphone, Ryan Warren and Dylan Whitamore. The Mariner spirit squad also includes Julia Bartlett, Lindsey Brooks, Jackie Daggett, Jacqueline Hall, Lainie Hooper, Mattie Hooper, Justin Hunt, Lydia Laslavic, Valerie Lorleberg, Lexie McMahan and Nina Waldron. Colleen Rickard, Julia Clough and Sadie Street also coach.

Team members for Mount View, coached by Ron Simmons, include Diesel Bryant, Nick Elkins, Austin Grotton, Tamika Henry, Logan Irvine, Emily Kendall, Jen Littlefield, Ricky Nelson, Brendan Savoy, Justice Savoy and Morgan Taylor.

Team members for Belfast include Krysta Staples, Kaydee Pearse, Airy Berry, Jenna Brassbridge, Josh Chun, Mercedes Curtis, Gia Davila, Isabella Degraff, Jordan Drinkwater, Kaitlyn Elliott, Hailey Emerick, Toby Jones, Tiger Lee, Hunter Marish, Nate McGovern, Mykaila Willard, Rico Washington and Sara McIntire.

Team members for Camden Hills, coached by Steve Alex, include Alexandra Southworth, Alexia Cazemajou, Ashley Jacobs, Blaine Cook, Chelsea Field, Deven Short, Ethan Ford, Francis Ostensen, Jerrid Farwell, Joseph Coffey, Josh Henning, Kenny Magivney, Lauryn Keating, Lexi Heidorn, Lincoln Pierce, Nick Braun, Samuel Brownawell, Samuel Moody and Tom Roberts.

The following is a recap of reported end-of-season games for area squads:

Bucksport 71, Oceanside 38

At Bucksport March 1, the Golden Bucks prevailed over the Mariners. Bucksport led 16-12, 30-20 and 48-32 at the quarter breaks.

Ryan Warren led Oceanside with 16 points, while Ryan Morse and Angel Seiders added six; Byron Radley, four; Haley Callahan and Olivia Dougherty, two; and Aiden Bonzagni, one.

Jacob Pyles scored 22 points to pace Bucksport, while Nick Johnson added 21; Zachary Hutchins, 10; Hunter Emerson and Camden Hatch, six; Berleeann Bouchard, four; and Luke Breidt, two.

Bucksport 78, Oceanside 61

At Rockland Feb. 28, the Golden Bucks emerged victorious over the Mariners. Bucksport led 16-10, 40-29 and 56-41 at the quarter breaks.

Ryan Warren scored 23 points for the Mariners, while Ryan Morse added 10; Angel Seiders, eight; Byron Radley, Haley Callahan, Thomas Coombs and Olivia Dougherty, four; and Kaytlyn Pierce and Juomana Bensalam, two.

Nick Johnson, Caleb Robidoux and Jacob Pyles also scored 18 points for the Golden Bucks, Luke Breidt and Zachary Hutchins added six and Justin Chambers, Berleeann Bouchard, Hunter Emerson, Camden Hatch, Hank Austin and Madison Frazier, two.

Mount View 59, Medomak Valley 52

At Waldoboro Feb. 28, the Mustangs galloped past the Panthers.

Nick Elkins scored 27 points for the winners, while Justice Savoy added 14; Austin Grotton and Morgan Taylor, six; Ricky Nelson, four; and Brandon Savoy and Emily Kendall, two.

Angel McKay led Medomak Valley with 22 points, while Mike Severson added 18; Von McLaughlin, 10; and Jacob Rinehart, two.

Belfast 56, Mount View 55

At Belfast Feb. 26, the Lions edged out the rival Mustangs.

Mercedes Curtis led Belfast with 14 points, while Nate McGovern added 10; Tiger Lee and Kaddy Pearse, eight; Rico Washington and Airy Berry, six; Jordan Drinkwater, four; and Toby Jones and Izzy Degraff, two.

Nick Elkins tossed in 33 points for Mount View, while Austin Grotton added eight; Emily Kendall, four; and Morgan Taylor, Jenni Littlefield and Ricky Nelson, two.

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