The Busline League middle school basketball campaign closed the month of December and started January with plenty of fun-filled, competitive court games.

The seasons are in full swing for large school and small school divisions.

Hope’s Tucker Whitley. Photo by Mark Haskell

Games are played through early- to mid-February. The large school division began games on Nov. 30 and the small school division started on Dec. 5.

The large school division championships will be on Saturday, Feb. 11 at Camden Hills Regional High School, with the seventh-grade boys at 10 a.m., seventh girls at 11:30 a.m., eighth boys at 1:30 p.m. and eighth girls at 3 p.m.

The small school division championships will be on Saturday, Feb. 11 at Lincoln Academy in Newcastle. The girls game is at 10 a.m. and boys at noon.

Medomak’s Jacoby McDaniel, left, and Silas Ripley, back, as well as Oceanside’s Gabe Robertson, in seventh-grade play. Photo by Mark Haskell

To report results, email a summary or scorebooks to sports@villagesoup.com.

The following is a recap of reported results:

Boys

Oceanside 8th 70, Great Salt Bay 34

At Thomaston Jan. 11, the Mariners sailed to a lopsided win over the Cougars. Oceanside led 16-9, 34-13 and 52-29 at the quarter breaks.

Trevin Ripley led the Mariners with 28 points, while Sebastian Olson added 14; Alonzo Hoose and Levi Murphy, 10; Maddox Lowell, four; and Nicholas Tripp and RoRo Roberts, two.

For the Cougars, Griffin Beavis scored 13 points, while James Hanley added 10; George Seigel, eight; and Walker Simmons, three.

Oceanside was 0-of-1 from the foul line, while Great Salt Bay was 7-of-16 (44 percent).

Medomak 8th 40, Troy Howard 23

At Belfast Jan. 11, the Riverhawks pulled away from the Lions in the second half and rode home with a road win. The two squads were tied 7-7 after the first quarter, while Medomak led 18-10 at halftime and 31-16 after three stanzas.

Landon Starr led the ‘Hawks with 13 points, while Noah Taggert added seven; Kollin Donlin, six; Clark Elwell and Brayden Nadeau, five; and Landon Morrison, four.

Hayden Brimer led the Lions with 10 points, while Garak Brimer added four; Cole Gerrish and Brody Balicki, three; Sebastian Sprague, two; and Justin Massey, one.

Medomak was 10-of-19 (53 percent) from the charity stripe, while Troy Howard was 4-of-7 (57 percent).

Appleton’s Rick Hebert. Photo by Mark Haskell

Medomak 7th 44, Troy Howard 16

At Waldoboro Jan. 11, the Riverhawks soared out to a big first-quarter lead and defended their home court in a win over the Lions. Medomak led 16-4, 26-7 and 36-11 at the quarter breaks.

Jacoby McDaniel scored 10 points for Medomak, while Silas Ripley and Jayden Ruiz added six; Logan Brow, five; Landon Benner and Judd Gamage, four; Grady Berry, three; and Noah Lash, Liam Doughty and Carter Jackson, two.

Kale Fowler led Troy Howard with six points, while Carter Barrett added five; Kellen Harvey, four; and Gabe Warren, one.

The Riverhawks were 0-of-6 from the foul line, while the Lions were 4-of-13 (31 percent).

Medomak 8th 67, Camden-Rockport 27

At Waldoboro Jan. 9, the Riverhawks rose to the occasion and soared past the Schooners. Medomak led 25-5, 40-11 and 53-16 at the quarter breaks.

Noah Taggert and Clark Elwell each scored 12 points for Medomak, while Landon Morrison added eight; Brayden Nadeau and Grady Curtis, seven; Kollin Donlin and Liam Feeley, six; Joe Wilcox and Andrew Flanders, three; Michael Riley, two; and Landon Starr, one.

Brandon Beveridge scored seven points for Camden-Rockport, while Dom Domareki added six; Luke Walkin, four; Cody McGlothin and Zach Mason, three; and Ryder Lombardo and Carter Duke, two.

The Riverhawks were 4-of-8 (50 percent) from the foul line, while the Schooners were 6-of-11 (54 percent).

Hope and Appleton girls vie for the ball. Photo by Mark Haskell

Camden-Rockport 7th 52, Medomak 34

At Camden Jan. 9, the Schooners navigated past the ‘Hawks and to an 18-point win. Medomak led 11-10 after the first quarter, while Camden-Rockport led 29-13 at halftime and 37-18 at the quarter breaks.

Landon Reynolds netted 17 points for the Schooners, while Cole Hedrich and Soren Johnson added 10; Emmett Milliken, seven; and Hector Clayton and Isaac Palmer, four.

Silas Ripley scored 10 points for the Riverhawks, while Jacoby McDaniel added six; Grady Berry and Liam Doughty, five; Carter Jackson, four; and Noah Lash and Miles Luellen, two.

Camden-Rockport was 4-of-15 (27 percent) from the foul line, while Medomak was 5-of-13 (38 percent).

Hope 58, Appleton 48

At Appleton Jan. 4, the Hawks held off a late Wildcat surge and netted a 10-point win. Hope led 18-16, 34-22 and 54-29 at the quarter breaks.

Conner Harris led Hope with 27 points, while Kayden Rodgers added 14; Tucker Whitley, nine; James Kimmett, six; and Bentley Hannan, two.

Rick Hebert paced Appleton with 19 points, while Noah Bendtson added 10; Dominic Todd, seven; Richard Linscott and Cooper Deane, four; and Nick Andrews and Asher Mosheyev, two.

The Hawks were 5-of-12 (42 percent) from the charity stripe, while the Wildcats were 2-of-3 (67 percent).

Oceanside 8th 60, Troy Howard 45

At Belfast Jan. 4, the Mariners sailed to a 15-point win over the Lions.

Trevin Ripley led Oceanside with 19 points, while Alonzo Hoose added 11; Maddox Lowell, 10; Levi Murphy, seven; Sebastian Olsen, six; Grady Geretz, five; and Landen Weaver and Nicholas Tripp, one.

For Troy Howard, Hayden Brimer netted 11 points, while Garac Brimer and Brody Balicki added nine; Channing Greenlaw and Justin Massey, four; and Toni Fairbrother, Aiden Howard, Cole Garish and Landon Gray, two.

The Mariners were 7-of-12 (58 percent) from the foul line, while the Lions were 3-of-6 (50 percent).

Camden-Rockport 7th 57, Great Salt Bay 28

At Damariscotta Jan. 4, the Schooners sailed past the host Cougars and to a lopsided victory. Camden-Rockport led 21-0, 33-6 and 38-18 at the quarter breaks.

Landon Reynolds paced CRMS with 12 points, while Soren Johnson added 10; Cole Hedrich and Emmett Milliken, eight; Ben Hoffman, six; Dylan Richard, five; Hector Clayton, three; James Helmstetter and Ben Wyman, two; and Sam Bernadino, one.

Brady Day paced GSB with 12 points, while Dylan Lomas added eight; Owen Perez, six; and Max Blake, two.

Hope’s Kayden Rodgers, right, and Appleton’s Dominic Todd, left, among others. Photo by Mark Haskell

Appleton 61, Vinalhaven 30

At Appleton Dec. 22, the Hawks dug themselves out of a first-quarter hole and soared past the islanders. Vinalhaven led 15-11 after the first quarter, while Appleton rebounded to take a 29-17 lead at halftime and a 51-22 advantage after three quarters.

Rick Hebert led the Wildcats with 18 points, while Noah Bendtson added 15; Carter Campbell, 14; Nick Andrews, eight; Dominic Todd, four; and Dash Decker, two.

Cyrus Chilles led the Vikings with 19 points, while Anthony Roberts added eight; Jaxon Hutchinson, two; and Aiden Boody, one.

Appleton was 5-of-11 (45 percent) from the foul line, while Vinalhaven was 6-of-13 (46 percent).

Oceanside 8th 73, Camden-Rockport 24

At Thomaston Dec. 21, the Mariner offense exploded in a big way in a lopsided win over the Schooners. Oceanside led 22-11, 37-13 and 57-22 at the quarter breaks.

Maddox Lowell paced Oceanside with 23 points, while Trevin Ripley added 16; Levi Murphy, 10; Alonzo Hoose, nine; Sebastian Olsen and Laden Weaver, four; Keagan Sims, three; and Grady Geretz and Nicholas Tripp, two.

For Camden-Rockport, Dom Domareki led the way with 11 points, while Phineas Baroody added five; Carter Duke and Landon Reynolds, three; and Emmett Milliken, two.

Camden-Rockport 7th 48, Oceanside 45

At Thomaston Dec. 21, the Schooners navigated their way around the Mariners and to a three-point victory. Camden-Rockport led 14-9 after the first quarter and 21-18 at halftime, while Oceanside led 33-31 after three quarters.

Cole Hedrich paced Camden-Rockport with 16 points, while Landon Reynolds added 14; Soren Johnson, 10; Hector Clayton, four; and Emmett Milliken and Ben Hoffman, two.

Nathan Walton led Oceanside with 14 points, while Reid Robishaw and Gabe Robertson added 11; Emrik Carlson, four; Mike O’Hara-Damon, three; and Case Galley, two.

The Schooners were 7-of-16 (44 percent) from the foul line, while the Mariners were 2-of-10 (20 percent).

Troy Howard’s Mythias Travis, back, as well as Oceanside’s Quinn Commeau, left, and Kaden Molloy, on Dec. 7 in Busline League middle school boys seventh-grade basketball in Thomaston. Photo by Mark Haskell

Medomak 7th 40, Oceanside 33

At Waldoboro Dec. 19, the Riverhawks soared to a seven-point win over the Mariners. Medomak led 10-7, 17-11 and 24-20 at the quarter breaks.

Silas Ripley paced the ‘Hawks with 14 points, while Jacoby McDaniel added 11; Miles Luellen, five; Trent Wallace and Jaydin Ruiz, three; and Judd Gamage and Carter Jackson, two.

Nathan Walton pumped in 13 points for the Mariners, while Reid Robishaw added eight; Case Galley, five; Payson Sedgwick, Eli Withee and Emrik Carlson, two; and Gabe Robertson, one.

Medomak was 9-of-19 (47 percent) from the foul line, while Oceanside netted 8-of-17 (47 percent) attempts.

Medomak’s Olivia Campbell (21) and Oceanside’s Autumn Quinn (12), among others, in seventh-grade play. Photo by Mark Haskell

Oceanside 8th 76, Medomak 60

At Waldoboro Dec. 19, the Mariners went on the offensive in a big way with a 16-point win over the Riverhawks. Oceanside led 18-16, 33-28 and 55-47 at the quarter breaks.

Trevin Ripley scored 19 points for Oceanside, while Nicholas Tripp added 18; Maddox Lowell, 14; Alonzo Hoose, seven; Levi Murphy, five; Sebastian Olsen and Grady Geretz, four; Landon Weaver, three; and Keegan Sims, two.

Noah Taggert pumped in 23 points for Medomak, while Landon Starr added 16; Landon Morrison and Brayden Nadeau, nine; and Joe Wilcox, three.

The Mariners were 6-of-11 (54 percent) from the foul line, while the ‘Hawks were 7-of-19 (37 percent).

Camden-Rockport 7th 42, Troy Howard 25

At Camden Dec. 19, the Schooners sailed past the visiting Lions. Camden-Rockport led 15-10, 26-14 and 38-18 at the quarter breaks.

Landon Reynolds scored 17 points for the winners, while Soren Johnson added 11; Ezra Cayouette and Ben Hoffman, four; and Gage Bryant, Hector Clayton and Emmett Milliken, two.

Kellen Harvey scored seven points for Troy Howard, while Ross Philbrook added six; Kale Fouler and Alex Miller, three; and Ian Beal, Hunter Mehuren and Doug Richards, two.

The Schooners were 7-of-14 (50 percent) from the foul line, while the Lions were 1-of-3 (33 percent).

Camden-Rockport’s Ali Sylvester, middle, and Gabby Martin, right, along with Medomak’s Lilly Hills, in eighth-grade play. Photo by Ken Waltz

Medomak 7th 47, Troy Howard 12

At Waldoboro Dec. 14, the Riverhawks had 10 different players collect points in a 35-point win over the Lions. Medomak led 11-2, 28-6 and 39-12 at the quarter breaks.

Carter Jackson led Medomak with 13 points, while Judd Gamage added seven; Miles Luellen, six; Jacoby McDaniel and Silas Ripley, four; Trent Wallace and Grady Emerson, three; and Owen Anderson, Jaydiin Ruiz and Liam Doughty, two.

Kellen Harvey scored four points for Troy Howard, while Krys Cunningham, Ross Philbrook, Kale Fowler and Alex Miller added two.

Medomak 8th 61, Troy Howard 44

At Waldoboro Dec. 14, the Riverhawks soared to their third win of the season, this time over the Lions. Medomak led 13-6, 32-18 and 49-29 at the quarter breaks.

Kollin Donlin paced Medomak with a 21-point effort, while Brayden Nadeau added 11; Landon Morrison, 10; Landon Starr, six; Andrew Flanders, five; and Zachary Curtis, Wyatt Hood, Landon Lewis and Liam Feeley, two.

The Troy Howard offense was keyed by Brody Balicki’s 23-point effort, while Hayden Brimer added eight; Aiden Howard, six; Cole Gerrish, four; Garak Brimer, two; and Justin Massey, one.

The Riverhawks were 10-of-13 (77 percent) from the charity stripe, while the Lions were 6-of-11 (54 percent).

Oceanside 8th 84, Great Salt Bay 44

At Damariscotta Dec. 14, the Mariners went on the offensive — and then some — to the tune of a 40-point victory over the Cougars.

Trevin Ripley led Oceanside with 24 points, while Landen Weaver added 17; Maddox Lowell, 14; Alonzo Hoose, 12; Grady Geretz, eight; Nicholas Tripp, four; Keagan Simms, three; and Levi Murphy, two.

Forest Storer led GSB with 19 points, while Griffin Beavis added 11; James Hanley, six; George Siegel, three; Camden McCool and Braden Bessy, two; and Bear Grandy, one.

The Mariners were 3-of-7 (43 percent) from the foul line, while the Cougars were 10-of-17 (59 percent).

Medomak 8th 51, Camden-Rockport 42

At Camden Dec. 12, the Riverhawks rallied in the second half and shipwrecked the host Schooners. Camden-Rockport held a 22-14 halftime edge.

Braden Beverage scored 18 points for the Schooners, while Dom Domarecki and Phineas Baroody added five; Cody McGlothlin, four; Carter Duke, three; Dan Focillo, Zachary Mason and Christian McCafferty, two; and Ryder Lombardo, one.

Camden-Rockport was 9-of-30 (30 percent) from the foul line. Information on Medomak was unavailable.

Camden-Rockport 7th 58, Medomak 48

At Camden Dec. 12, the Schooners sailed to a 10-point win over the ‘Hawks. The scored was tied 10-10 after the first quarter, while Camden-Rockport led 22-21 at halftime and 42-33 after three quarters.

Soren Johnson poured in 27 points to lead Camden-Rockport, while Landon Reynolds added 11; Cole Hedrich, nine; Emmett Milliken, five; and James Helmstetter, Isaac Palmer and Benjamin Wyman, two.

Silas Ripley paced Medomak with 18 points, while Jacoby McDaniel tallied 10; Judd Gamage, eight; Jaydiin Ruiz, four; Noah Lash and Liam Doughty, three; and Carter Jackson, two.

The Schooners were 13-of-26 (50 percent) from the charity stripe, while the ‘Hawks were 9-of-15 (60 percent).

Camden-Rockport 7th 47, Great Salt Bay 23

At Damariscotta Dec. 7, the Schooners sailed past the Cougars and to a 24-point triumph. Camden-Rockport led 14-2, 25-13 and 44-15 at the quarter breaks.

Cole Hedrich paced the Schooners with 14 points, while Landon Reynolds added eight; Soren Johnson, seven; Gage Bryant and Hector Clayton, four; Ezra Cayouette and James Helmstetter, three; and Ben Hoffman and Emmett Milliken, two.

Brady Day scored 12 points for GSB, while Dylan Lomas added five; Owen Perez, four; and Max Blake, two.

Oceanside’s Grady Geretz in eighth-grade play. Photo by Mark Haskell

Oceanside 8th 83, Troy Howard 42

At Thomaston Dec. 7, the Mariners raced to a sizable first-quarter lead and never looked back en route to a win over the Lions.

Trevin Ripley and Alonzo Hoose led the way for Oceanside with 20 points, while Maddox Lowell added 10; Landen Weaver, eight; Josh Bagnall and Grady Geretz, five; Cody Dodge, four; Levi Murphy and Aiden Genthner, three; Nick Tripp and Sebastian Olsen, two; and Keegan Simms, one.

Troy Howard’s Justin Massey in eighth-grade play. Photo by Mark Haskell

Brody Balicki keyed Troy Howard with 17 points, while Justin Massey added seven; Toni Fairbrother and Channing Greenlaw, six; Cole Garish, four; and Aiden Howard, two.

The Mariners were 1-of-10 (10 percent) from the foul line, while the Lions were 3-of-11 (27 percent).

Oceanside 7th 67, Troy Howard 14

At Thomaston Dec. 7, the Mariners made quick work of the visiting Lions and emerged victorious. 16-3, 26-6 and 48-11 at the quarter breaks.

The Mariners were keyed offensively by Nathan Walton with 26 points, while Gabe Robertson and Reid Robishaw added 10; Eli Withee, nine; Paysen Sedgwick, four; and Mikey O’Hara-Damon, Quinn Commeau, Emrik Carlsen and Owen Simmons, two.

Troy Howard’s Kale Fowler, left, and Oceanside’s Case Galley, right, among others, in seventh-grade play. Photo by Mark Haskell

Kellen Harvey scored six points for the Lions, while Kale Fowler added five; Ian Beal, two; and Hunter Mehuren, one.

Troy Howard was 9-of-15 (60 percent) from the foul line, while Oceanside was 3-of-3 (100 percent).

Oceanside 8th 63, Camden-Rockport 11

At Camden Dec. 5, the Mariners made quick work of the host Schooners and netted a lopsided victory. Oceanside led 20-0, 34-4 and 50-6 at the quarter breaks.

Trevin Ripley scored 14 points for Oceanside, while Alonzo Hoose added 13; Levi Murphy, 10; Maddox Lowell and Grady Geretz, eight; Keegan Simms and Landen Weaver, four; and Cody Dodge, two.

Phineas Baroody scored four points for Camden-Rockport, while Braden Beverage, Cody McGlothlin and Luke Walkins added two and Zachary Masoon one.

The Mariners were 5-of-10 (50 percent) from the foul line, while the Schooners were 1-of-7 (14 percent).

Camden-Rockport’s Hudson Wallace, left, and Medomak’s Ari Pierpont, right, in seventh-grade play. Photo by Ken Waltz

Medomak 7th 57, Great Salt Bay 10

At Waldoboro Dec. 5, the Riverhawks soared past the Cougars of Damariscotta and onto a lopsided win. Medomak led 17-0, 30-8 and 43-8 at the quarter breaks.

Jaydin Ruiz led the Riverhawks with 12 points, while Judd Gamage and Miles Luellen added 10; Silas Gamage, nine; and Jacoby McDaniel, Colby Simmons, Noah Lash and Carter Jackson, four.

Brady Day scored 10 points for the Cougars.

Medomak was 6-of-14 (43 percent) from the charity stripe, while GSB was 0-of-9.

Oceanside 7th 44, Camden-Rockport 37

At Camden Dec. 5, the Mariners sailed to a seven-point win over the Schooners. Camden-Rockport led 9-6 after the first quarter, while the game was knotted 15-15 at halftime. Oceanside took a 30-28 lead after three quarters.

Reid Robishaw keyed the Mariners with 21 points, while Nathan Walton added 14; Mikey O’Hara-Damon, three; Emrik Carlson, three; Kaden Curtis, two; and Jordan Sedgwick, one.

Cole Hedrich led the Schooners with 15 points, while Soren Johnson added 11; Emmett Milliken, four; Hector Clayton, three; and Benjamin Wyman and Isaac Palmer, two.

Oceanside was 7-of-11 (63 percent) from the foul line, while Camden-Rockport converted 6-of-18 attempts (33 percent).

Camden-Rockport’s Hudson Wallace, left, and Molly O’Dwyer, right, and Medomak’s Anna Reed, front, and Ari Pierpont, in seventh-grade play. Photo by Ken Waltz

Medomak 8th 68, Great Salt Bay 49

At Waldoboro Dec. 5, the Riverhawks soared to a win over the visiting Cougars. Medomak led 20-9, 38-19 and 53-29 at the quarter breaks.

Brayden Nadeau, Noah Taggert and Andrew Flanders scored 10 points to lead Medomak, while Joe Wilcox added seven; Clark Elwell and Kollin Donlin, five; Landon Morrison, Landon Starr, Liam Feeley and Gavin Taggert, four; Grady Curtis and Michael Riley, two; and Wyatt, one.

Medomak 7th 61, Oceanside 53

At Thomaston Nov. 30, the Riverhawks rallied from an early first-quarter deficit and bested the host Mariners. Oceanside led 15-7 after one quarter, while Medomak led 29-25 at halftime and 51-43 after three quarters.

Liam Doughty led Medomak with 15 points, while Silas Ripley added 14; Jacoby McDaniel, nine; Grady Berry, eight; Judd Gamage, three; and Trent Wallace, Noah Lash, Carter Jackson and Logan Brow, two.

Medomak’s Silas Ripley, left, and Oceanside’s Reid Robishaw in seventh-grade play. Photo by Mark Haskell

For Oceanside, Nathan Walton netted a game-high 20 points, while Reid Robishaw added 14; Case Galley, eight; Elijah Withee, three; and Emrik Carlson, Gabe Robertson, Quinn Commeau and Mikey O’Hara-Damon, two.

The Riverhawks were 16-of-27 (59 percent) from the charity stripe, while the Mariners were 8-of-18 (44 percent).

Oceanside 8th 61, Medomak 41

At Thomaston Nov. 30, the Mariners broke out to a significant first-quarter advantage and rode that momentum to a win over the Riverhawks. Oceanside led 19-3, 33-18 and 48-31 at the quarter breaks.

Trevin Ripley led Oceanside with 27 points, while Alonzo Hoose added 17; Grady Geretz, nine; Landen Weaver, five; Maddox Lowell, two; and Keegan Simms, one.

For Medomak, Noah Taggert tallied 14 points, while Kollin Donlin added 12; Clark Elwell, seven; Brayden Nadeau, four; and Landon Morrison and Landon Starr, two.

Camden-Rockport 7th 54, Troy Howard 18

At Belfast Nov. 30, the Schooners sailed with ease to their first win of the campaign over the host Lions. Camden-Rockport led 17-4, 33-10 and 45-12 at the quarter breaks.

Landon Reynolds led Camden-Rockport with 15 points, while Cole Hedrich added 13; Emmett Milliken, eight; Hector Clayton, five; Soren Johnson and Benjamin Wyman, four; Lucas Gupta and James Helmstreder, two; and Isaac Palmer, one.

For Troy Howard, Hunter Mehuren netted seven points, while Kellan Harvey added four; Kale Fowler, three; and Ross Philbrook and Conner Barrett, two.

The Schooners were 6-of-13 (46 percent) from the foul line, while the Lions were 2-of-2 (100 percent).

Girls

Medomak 7th 26, Troy Howard 24

At Waldoboro Jan. 11, the Riverhawks held off a late Lion surge and collected a two-point win. Medomak led 6-2, 16-6 and 20-17 at the quarter breaks.

Kyli Jones and Aubrey Court led Medomak with six points, while Anna Reed added five; Sienna Lee, four; Kendall Wyman and Maggie Martin, two; and Ari Pierpont, one.

For Troy Howard, Kamyn Wadsworth netted nine points, while Camilla Coleman added six; Jordin Wright, five; and Avery Adams and Kaelyn Jackson, two.

Medomak 8th 34, Troy Howard 31

At Belfast Jan. 11, the Riverhawks edged out the host Lions by a three-point margin. Medomak led 10-6, 19-13 and 26-18 at the quarter breaks.

Grace Havener netted 11 points for Medomak, while Lilly Hills added seven; Sidney Nicholls, six; Paige Gerlack and Molly Emerson, four; and Rachel Barbour, two.

Jaedyn Brady scored 13 points for Troy Howard, while Emma Tripp added 10; Teagan Harvey, four; and Paisley Hayslip and Kloe Luce, two.

Medomak 7th 38, Camden-Rockport 9

At Camden Jan. 9, the Riverhawks outscored the Schooners 16-0 in the second quarter and rode that momentum to a lopsided win. Medomak led 8-2, 24-2 and 30-5 at the quarter breaks.

Sienna Lee scored 15 points for the winners, while Kyli Jones added seven; Danielle Collins, four; and Anna Reed, Aubrey Court, Brianna Neal, Maggie Martin and Kendall Wyman, two.

Saylor Pinkham, Kenzie Baines and Izzy Booker scored two points for the Schooners, while Molly O’Dwyer, Grace Fenton and Scarlette Borsum added one.

Camden-Rockport 8th 40, Medomak 36

At Waldoboro Jan. 9, the Riverhawks cut their deficit to two points late, but the Schooners held off the hosts and netted a four-point win. Camden-Rockport led 12-6 after the first quarter, while the two squads were tied 18-18 at halftime. The Schooners then sailed to a 33-24 lead after three stanzas.

Gabby Martin scored 23 points for the Schooners, while Hannah Stoul added seven; Brooklyn Collins and Rita Haslam, four; and Ali Sylvester, two.

Paige Gerlack scored 19 points for the Riverhawks, while Molly Emerson added seven; Brooke McNelly, five; Sidney Nicholls and Lilly Hills, two; and Grace Havener, one.

Medomak 7th 36, Oceanside 35

At Thomaston Jan. 6, the Riverhawks edged out the Mariners and prevailed by a single point. Medomak led 11-5, 17-15 and 27-26 at the quarter breaks.

Sienna Lee and Anna Reed each netted eight points for Medomak, while Maggie Martin and Brianna Neal added four and Olivia Campbell, Aubrey Court, Kendall Wyman and Jaya Dunbar all two.

Olivia Breen pumped in 27 points for Oceanside, while Eva O’Hare, Autumn Quinn, Stella Eggen and Abby Dennison added two.

Oceanside 8th 43, Medomak 35

At Thomaston Jan. 6, the Mariners emerged with an eight-point win over the Riverhawks. Oceanside led 13-3, 21-16 and 33-28 at the quarter breaks.

Grace Mackie scored 12 points to pace Oceanside, while Abby Reid, Abby Stackpole and Charlotte Quinn each added 10 and Charlotte Stevens one.

Paige Gerlack scored 12 points for Medomak, while Rachel Barbour added seven; Lilly Hills, six; Grace Havener, five; Molly Emerson, three; and Brooke McNelly, two.

Hope 45, Appleton 23

At Appleton Jan. 4, the Hawks soared past the Wildcats and picked up the road win. Hope led 13-2, 26-13 and 36-17 at the quarter breaks.

Thea Laukka and Anika Dyer led Hope with 13 points each, while Alanna Smith added eight; Eliza Gallant and Abby Brooks, four; M. Brooks, two; and Ari Spear, one.

Natalia Davis paced Appleton with nine points, while Sophia Popli and Maddie Fuller added six and Karigan Glasier two.

The Hawks were 1-of-8 (12 percent) from the foul line, while the Wildcats were 1-of-5 (20 percent).

Appleton 44, Vinalhaven 26

At Appleton Dec. 22, the Wildcats held the Vikings scoreless in the first quarter and prowled to an 18-point win. Appleton led 15-0, 21-2 and 34-12 at the quarter breaks.

Natalia Davis led Appleton with 23 points, while Maddie Fuller added 11; Sophia Popli, four; and Whitney Pearson, Olivia Grierson and Emma Davis, two.

Tori Davis scored 12 points to lead Vinalhaven, while Emma Nason, Olivia Philbrook and Audy Hunsinger added four and Elsie Desmond and Charlotte Dirgill-Martin one.

The Wildcats were 3-of-17 (18 percent) from the foul line, while the islanders were 2-of-9 (22 percent).

Medomak 7th 34, Troy Howard 22

At Waldoboro Dec. 21, the Riverhawks emerged with a 12-point triumph over the Lions. Medomak led 8-7, 14-11 and 22-14 at the quarter breaks.

Brianna Neal led Medomak with eight points, while Anna Reed, Sienna Lee, Kendall Wyman, Maggie Martin and Ari Pierpont added four and Aubrey Court, Kyli Jones and Maya Catapano-Kangas two.

Kamyn Wadsworth paced Troy Howard with 11 points, while Avery Adams added five; Hope Reyolds, four; and Kaelyn Jackson, two.

Medomak 8th 44, Troy Howard 27

At Waldoboro Dec. 21, the Riverhawks soared past the visiting Lions. Medomak led 10-4, 19-12 and 34-14 at the quarter breaks.

The ‘Hawks were led on offense by Grace Havener with 14 points, while Molly Emerson added 12; Rachel Barbour, Lexi Weaver and Lilly Hills, five; and Brooke McNelly, three.

Emma Tripp led the Lions with 14 points, while Teagan Harvey added six; Kloe Luce, four; Paisley Hayslip, two; and Ariel Duval, one.

Oceanside 8th 58, Medomak 48

At Thomaston Dec. 19, the Mariners outscored the Riverhawks by 10 points in the first quarter and prevailed by the same margin. Oceanside led 14-4, 24-14 and 39-31 at the quarter breaks.

Grace Mackie poured in 36 points for Oceanside, while Abby Stackpole added 17; Abby Reid, three; and Charlotte Quinn, two.

Lexi Weaver led Medomak with 17 points, while Paige Gerlack added seven; Sidney Nicholls, Molly Emerson and Rachel Barbour, six; Lily Mills and Ari Kennard, two; and Brooke McNelly and Grace Havener, one.

The Mariners were 11-of-17 (65 percent) from the foul line, while the Riverhawks were 4-of-6 (67 percent).

Medomak 7th 32, Oceanside 28

At Thomaston Dec. 19, the Riverhawks edged out the Mariners by four points. Oceanside led 7-4 after the first quarter, while Medomak led 18-9 at halftime and 22-21 after three stanzas.

Anna Reed scored 10 points to pace Medomak, while Aubrey Court and Sienna Lee added six; Kyli Jones, four; and Olivia Campbell, Brianna Neal and Danielle Collins, two.

Olivia Breen scored 21 points for Oceanside, while Eve O’Hare added three and Autumn Quinn and Mariah Caven-Gardiner two.

Medomak 7th 48, Troy Howard 28

At Waldoboro Dec. 14, the Riverhawks held the Lions without a first-quarter field goal and used that momentum to surge to victory. Medomak led 12-1, 24-5 and 42-12 at the quarter breaks.

Anna Reed and Brianna Neal led Medomak with 12 points, while Sienna Lee and Olivia Campbell added eight and Ari Pierpont and Maggie Martin four.

Kamynn Wadsworth led Troy Howard with 12 points, while Avery Adams added 10; Jordan Wight, four; and Kaelyn Jackson, two.

Troy Howard 8th 33, Medomak 32

At Belfast Dec. 14, the host Lions held off a furious Riverhawk rally and prevailed by a single point. Troy Howard led 9-0, 17-8 and 22-20 at the quarter breaks.

Emma Tripp scored 12 points for Troy Howard, while Jaedyn Brady added nine; Kloe Luce, six; and Kaitlyn Ryan and Teagan Harvey, three.

Molly Emerson paced Medomak with eight points, while Lilly Mills added seven; Sidney Nicholls, six; Paige Gerlack, five; and Rachel Barbour and Grace Havener, three.

The Lions were 1-of-7 (14 percent) from the foul line, while the Riverhawks were 8-of-14 (57 percent).

Medomak 7th 39, Camden-Rockport 23

At Waldoboro Dec. 12, the Riverhawks netted a 16-point win over the Schooners. Medomak led 4-3, 14-13 and 32-15 at the quarter breaks.

Olivia Campbell led Medomak with 10 points, while Kendall Wyman and Maya Catapano-Kangas added six; Kyli Jones, five; and Ari Pierpont, Brianna Neal and Danielle Collins, four.

Izzy Baker led Camden-Rockport with eight points, while Grace Fenton added seven; Saylor Pinkham, six; and Lana Young, two.

Camden-Rockport 8th 47, Medomak 18

At Camden Dec. 12, the Schooners navigated their way around the ‘Hawks and prevailed by a lopsided score.
Gabby Martin scored 16 points for the Schooners, while Hannah Stowe added 10; Brooklyn Rollins, Ali Sylvecker and Carly Fitzpatrick, six; Olivia Smith, two; and Rita Haslam, one.

Paige Gerlack scored nine points for Medomak, while Ari Kennard added four; Molly Emerson, two; and Rachel Barbour, Grace Havener and Lilly Hills, one.

Oceanside 8th 45, Troy Howard 35

At Belfast Dec. 7, the Mariners sailed to a 10-point win over the host Lions. Oceanside led 9-1, 25-10 and 37-22 at the quarter breaks.

Grace Mackie scored 22 points for Oceanside, while Abby Stackpole added nine; Abby Reid, six; and Charlotte Quinn and Charlotte Stevens, four.

Emma Tripp scored 18 points for Troy Howard, while Kloe Luce added seven; Jaedyn Brady, six; and Teagan Harvey, four.

The Mariners were 5-of-10 (50 percent) from the foul line, while the Lions were 4-of-10 (40 percent).

Medomak 7th 28, Camden-Rockport 6

At Camden Dec. 7, the Riverhawks outscored the Schooners in the four stanzas and soared to a road win. Camden-Rockport led 8-2, 13-4 and 17-6 at the quarter breaks.

Anna Reed led the ‘Hawks with 12 points, while Ari Pierpont added eight and Aubrey Court, Kyli Jones, Olivia Campbell and Brianna Beal, all two.

Saylor Pinkham, Marina Landrith and Molly O’Dwyer scored two points for the Schooners.

Camden-Rockport 8th 34, Medomak 20

At Camden Dec. 7, the Schooners pulled away from the Riverhawks in the third quarter and sailed to victory. Medomak held an early 7-4 lead, while Camden-Rockport led 14-8 at halftime and 27-12 after three quarters.

Camden-Rockport’s Rita Haslam. Photo by Ken Waltz

Gabby Martin scored 15 points for Camden-Rockport, while Rita Haslam and Hannah Stowe added seven; Brooklyn Rollins and Olivia Smith, two; and Ali Sylvester, one.

Rachel Barbour led Medomak with eight points, while Sidney Nicholls added five; Grace Havener, three; and Paige Gerlack and Brooke McNelly, two.

Oceanside 8th 45, Troy Howard 34

At Belfast Dec. 7, the Mariners emerged the victors by an 11-point margin. Oceanside led 9-1, 25-10 and 37-22 at the quarter breaks.

Grace Mackie paced Oceanside with 20 points, while Abby Stackpole added nine; Charlotte Quinn and Abby Reid, six; and Charlotte Stevens, four.

Emma Trip led Troy Howard with 18 points, while Kloe Luce and Jaedyn Brady each added six and Teagan Harvey four.

The Lions were 3-of-10 (30 percent) from the charity stripe, while the Mariners were 5-of-7 (71 percent).

Oceanside 8th 34, Medomak 30

At Waldoboro Nov. 30, the Mariners held off a late Riverhawk rally and netted a four-point win. Oceanside led 9-8, 23-14 and 31-20 at the quarter breaks.

Medomak’s Molly Emerson, left, and Oceanside’s Abbie Stackpole in eighth-grade play. Photo by Mark Haskell

Grace Mackie led Oceanside with 25 points, while Abbie Stackpole added 22 and Maddisen Knowlton three.

For Medomak, Paige Gerlack scored 14 points, while Brooke McNelly added six; Molly Emerson, four; and Grace Havener and Lexi Weaver, two.

Medomak 7th 41, Oceanside 20

At Waldoboro Nov. 30, the Riverhawks earned a 21-point victory over the visiting Mariners. Medomak led 13-8, 23-12 and 33-18 at the quarter breaks.

Oceanside’s Olivia Breen, facing, and Medomak’s Anna Reed. Photo by Mark Haskell

Olivia Breen scored 20 points for Oceanside, while Medomak was led by Olivia Campbell with seven points; Aubrey Court, Anna Reed and Kyle Jones, six; Kendall Wyman, Sienna Lee and Maya Catapano-Kangas, four; and Ari Pierpont and Maggie Martin, two.

Medomak was 1-of-4 (25 percent) from the foul line and Oceanside 2-of-6 (33 percent).

Troy Howard 7th 39, Camden-Rockport 19

At Camden Nov. 30, the Lions roared to a 20-point win over the Schooners. Troy Howard led 13-5 at halftime and took a 29-13 lead after three stanzas.

Camilla Coleman led the Lions with 12 points, while Kamynn Wadsworth added 11; Avery Adams, eight; Hope Reynolds, four; and Payton Swift and June Noyes, two.

For the Schooners, Marina Landrith, Izzy Baker and Grace Fenton scored four points, while Saylor Pinkham added three and Molly O’Dwyer and Maggie Efrid two.

Camden-Rockport was 3-of-10 (30 percent) from the foul line, while Troy Howard was 1-of-12 (8 percent).

Oceanside’s Charlotte Quinn, left, looks for room to shoot against Medomak’s Brooke McNelly, right, and her Riverhawk teammate. Photo by Mark Haskell

Camden-Rockport 8th 42, Troy Howard 26

At Camden Nov. 30, the Schooners sailed to a double-digit win over the Lions. Troy Howard led 11-6 after the first quarter, while Camden-Rockport led 20-11 at halftime and 34-21 after three quarters.

Rita Haslam and Hannah Stowe scored 14 points for the Schooners, while Gabby Martin added six; Brooklyn Rollins, four; and Alison Sylvester and Carly Fitzpatrick two.

Emma Tripp scored 13 for the Lions, while Kaitlyn Ryan added eight and Teagan Harvey five.

MaineStay Media/VillageSoup sports staff can be reached by email at sports@villagesoup.com.