The high school basketball seasons have concluded, but for four Searsport court athletes, their careers lived on for one more day and game.

The Vikings saw four of their athletes — three from the girls team and one from the boys — compete in the Penobscot Valley Conference Classes C and D All-Star basketball games on Thursday, March 7 at Mattanawcook Academy.

Searsport's athletes included Ashten Wells, Morgan Ireland and Mikaela Alley from the girls team and Charlie Speigel from the boys squad.

During the girls game, Alley competed on the away team, while Wells and Ireland competed on the home team, as former teammates become opponents. Speigel competed on the home team for the boys contest.

The girls contest was a nailbiter, as the away team won 57-53, while the boys contest was more lopsided, as the home team captured the victory 101-75.

The following is a recap of both contests:

Girls: Away 57, Home 53

The home team led 34-31 at halftime.

Wells tallied three points (field goal, 1-of-4 free throws), Ireland two points (field goal) for the Home team. Alley registered one point (1-of-2 foul shots) for the Away team.

George Stevens Academy's Julianna Allen led Home with nine points, while Deer Isle-Stonington's Lily Gray and Narraguagus' Kylee Joyce had eight points; Schenck's Lexie Goodard, six; Central's Alyse Campbell and Penquis Valley's Camryn Rolfe, five; Dexter's Danielle Cummings, two; and Mattanawcook Academy's Katie Tolman, one.

Allen and Rolfe made 3-pointers for Home.

Sumner's Emma Bunch paced Away with eight points, while Penobscot Valley's Judy King had seven; Penquis Valley's Megan Valvo and Dexter's Kaylee Deering, six; Schenck's Samantha Falone and Julia Stanley, five; Narraguagus' Lanie Perry and George Stevens Academy's Mallory Charette, four; Penquis Valley's Katelyn Bolstridge, three; Central's Rachael Smith and Mattanawcook Academy's Emily Tolman, two.

Falone, Bunch, King and Stanley made 3-pointers for Away.

The Away team made 25 field goals to Home's 21.

Away was 5-of-15 from the foul-line, while Home was 7-of-17.

Boys: Home 101, Away 75

Away led 42-29 at halftime.

Speigel had three points for the contest, coming on of a 3-pointer.

Houlton's Nick Brewer led Home with 16 points, while Mattanawcook Academy's Alex Brown and Calais' Blake Collins chipped in 15; George Stevens Academy's Isaac Wardwell, 14; Sumner's Colby Mclean, 12; Central's Dylan Ham, eight; Dexter's Trever Richards and Penobscot Valley's Brad McKechnie, five; Penobscot Valley's Grant Kidon and George Stevens Academy's Percy Zentz, three; and Deer Isle-Stonington's Tobey Snow, two.

Brown made three treys, while Mclean hit two and Kidon, Spiegel, Richards, Collins, McKechnie, Brewer and Zentz one.

Penobscot Valley's Elijah Wood paced Away with 16 points, while Mattanawcook Academy's Cayden Spencer-Thompson had 10; Houlton's Nolan Porter, nine; Mattanawcook Academy's Max Woodman and Bucksport's Travis Thompson, seven; Piscataquis' Eben Cooley and Bucksport's Tyson Gray, six; George Stevens Academy's Reece Dannenburg, five; Narraguagus' Isiah Pinkham, four; Calais' John Socobasin, three; and Dexter's Kobe Pillsbury, two.

Porter led Away with three treys, while Cooley made two and Wood, Socobasin, Woodman, Dannenberg and Thompson one.

Away made 43 field goals, while Home made 32.

Away was 3-of-3 from the foul-line, with Home 1-of-3.

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