The second quarter proved key for many area high school basketball teams on Tuesday, Jan. 11 as several used that eight-minute period to pull away from opponents.

Medomak Valley of Waldoboro and Mount View of Thorndike split contests on the night, as the Panther boys and Mustang girls netted home wins, while Oceanside of Rockland emerged victorious against Maine Central Institute of Pittsfield.

Medomak Valley’s Finn Parmley, left, and Garret Hutchins, along with Mount View’s Isaac Ellis, left, and Ben Osborne. Photo by Mark Haskell

The Camden Hills girls also lost on the road at Messalonskee of Oakland, as did Belfast in contests against Winslow.

The following is a recap of reported results:

With his reflection in the floor, Mount View’s Draedyn Furrow makes a pass from his stomach. Photo by Mark Haskell


Medomak Valley 72, Mount View 48

At Waldoboro Jan. 11, the Panthers went on a 26-10 second-quarter run and used that momentum to prowl past the Mustangs. Medomak Valley led 13-11, 39-21 and 59-32 at the quarter breaks.

Medomak Valley’s Patrick McKenney, facing. Photo by Mark Haskell

Trevor Brown dumped in 22 points to lead Medomak Valley, while Patrick McKenney added 18; Jacob Craig, 17; Finn Parmley and Jake Bickmore, four; Kory Donlin, three; and Blake Morrison, two. Bickmore also secured nine rebounds in the win.

Draedyn Furrow netted 18 points to pace Mount View, while Wyatt Evensen added 10; Declan Knowlton, nine; Noah Hurd, five; Ben Osborne and Isaac Ellis, two; and Tyler Russell and Travis Spaulding, one.

Mount View’s Tyler Russell, front. Photo by Mark Haskell

The Panthers were 20-of-25 (80 percent) from the foul line, while the Mustangs were 10-of-16 (62 percent).

Medomak Valley, which avenged an earlier loss to the Mustangs, improved to 7-3, while Mount View dropped to 5-5.

Additionally, Brown, a senior who has been an instrumental member of the Panther squad since he was a freshman, is 12 points from 1,000 for his career.

Oceanside 61, Maine Central Institute 37

At Rockland Jan. 11, the Mariners outscored the Huskies 30-6 in the second quarter and sailed to their seventh win. MCI led 3-2 after the first quarter, while Oceanside led 32-9 at halftime and 49-21 after three quarters.

Oceanside’s Bodhi Ames (13) and Alex Bartlett, back, along with Maine Central Institute’s Max Bottenfield. Photo by Holly Vanorse Spicer

Carter Galley keyed the Mariners with a 24-point effort, while Bodhi Ames added nine; Jack Elwell, eight; Alex Bartlett, six; Cohen Galley and Alex Collins, four; Hayden Jacques, three; Dom Frizone, two; and Zeb Foster, one. Carter Galley added six rebounds and Cohen Galley six assists.

Brayton Fitts paced MCI with 11 points, while Braedan Kennedy added eight; Max Bottenfield, seven; Kaythean Martinez, five; and Caleb Kennedy, Owen Moore and Kyle Hall, two.

The Mariners were 4-of-6 (67 percent) from the foul line, while the Huskies were 1-of-2 (50 percent).

Oceanside improved to 7-3.


Mount View 53, Medomak Valley 35

At Thorndike Jan. 11, the Mustangs avenged an earlier loss to the Panthers and galloped to an 18-point victory. Mount View led 12-6, 22-10 and 35-26 at the quarter breaks.

Hannah Coolen scored 22 points to lead the hosts, while Ari Bradeen added 13; Savannah Lorenz, seven; Kayleigh Dunton, six; Syd Vogel, three; and Kricket Thompson, two.

The Panthers were led by Kytana Williamson with nine points, while Katherine McKenney added seven; Zaniah Puchalski, six; Alyssa Creamer, four; Autumn Ripley, three; and Haley Puchalski, Baylee Stewart and Sara Nelson, two.

Mount View converted 18-of-29 (62 percent) free-throw attempts, while Medomak Valley netted 7-of-7 (100 percent).

Mount View improved to 4-5, while Medomak Valley dropped to 7-3.

Oceanside’s Austin Chilles (5) and Maine Central Institute’s Camden Roy. Photo by Holly Vanorse Spicer

Oceanside 64, Maine Central Institute 42

At Pittsfield Jan. 11, the Mariners continued their hot start to the season with a win over the Huskies. Oceanside led 15-3, 31-20 and 50-30 at the quarter breaks.

Audrey Mackie led the Mariner offense with 22 points, while Abby Waterman added 14; Bailey Breen, 13; Anna Kingsbury, six; Emily Sykes, five; and Ahlivia Morris, four.

Anna Dospelova netted 17 points for the Huskies, while Natalie Sites added 12; Danielle Dow, nine; and Skyla Dean and Hannah Robinson, two.

Oceanside was 4-of-9 (44 percent) from the foul line, while MCI was 3-of-6 (50 percent).

Oceanside improved to 9-0. The Mariners are 22-0 the last two seasons.

Oceanside’s Hayden Jacques. Photo by Holly Vanorse Spicer

Messalonskee 45, Camden Hills 27

At Oakland Jan. 11, the Eagles pulled away from the Windjammers in the second quarter and emerged victorious. Messalonskee led 11-10, 28-17 and 33-21 at the quarter breaks.

Mattie Luce scored 10 points for the Windjammers, while Ella Powers added six; Olivia Brown and Tessa Whitney, four; and Bailey Curtis, three.

Ashley Mullen led the Eagles with 14 points, while Brennan Doran added 12; Keira Goldsmith, six; Sofia Derosby and Bailey Curtis, three; Madelynn Wohlford, Chloe Michaud and Olivia Thomas, two; and Morgan Wills, one.

Camden Hills converted 6-of-12 (50 percent) free throws, while Messalonskee netted 9-of-16 (56 percent).

Camden Hills dropped to 0-8.

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