High school boys and girls basketball

Mariners, Windjammers, Panthers, Vikings, Hawks earn weekend wins

Emerson ties North Haven single-game school record with nine 3-pointers
By Staff | Feb 03, 2014

The end of the regular season for high school basketball squads is nearly here, with Midcoast teams jockeying for position with the postseason around the corner.

Among the winners over the weekend were Camden Hills boys and girls, the Oceanside boys, the Medomak Valley boys, the North Haven boys and the Vinalhaven girls.

Additionally, the Oceanside boys and girls defeated Medomak Valley on Jan. 31 in Rockland. Information and photos from those games appear in separate stories.

The following is a recap of reported results from Friday and Saturday, Jan. 31-Feb. 1:

Boys basketball

Medomak Valley 50, Belfast 32

At Waldoboro Feb. 1, the Panthers continued to jockey for playoff position as they bested the visiting Lions. Belfast led 12-11 after the first quarter, while Medomak Valley rebounded to take a 27-19 lead at halftime and a 41-24 edge after three quarters.

Nicholas DePatsy scored 18 points for the Panthers, while Zach Starr added eight; Hunter Baughman and Zach Little, seven; Micah Williamson, six; Colton Spear and Michael Wadsworth, two.

Korey Doolan scored 19 points for the Lions, while Eduardo DeSaPinto added six; Zavier Roman, four; Asa Lewis, two; and Michael Reynolds, one.

In the Maine Principals' Association Heal Point Standings for Eastern Class B, Medomak Valley (9-8, 62.5000 points) is eighth, while Belfast (1-16, 7.5617 points) is 18th. Oceanside (15-2, 139.6605 points) is first in the 19-team region. The top 13 teams qualify for the playoffs.

Oceanside 71, Waterville 54

At Waterville Feb. 1, the Mariners dispatched of the host Purple Panthers and prevailed by 17 points.

Isaiah Stone-Patterson dumped in 25 points to lead Oceanside, while Keenan Hendricks added 19; Hunter Grindle, nine; David Gould and Nick Judge, six; Larrod Leonardi, four; and Nick Mazurek, two.

The Mariners were 16-of-17 (94 percent) from the foul line. Additional information was unavailable.

In the Maine Principals' Association Heal Point Standings for Eastern Class B, Oceanside (15-2, 139.6605 points) is first in the 19-team region. The top 13 teams qualify for the playoffs.

Camden Hills 72, Maine Central Institute 40

At Rockport Jan. 31, the Windjammers continued to sail toward the top of Eastern Class B with their 13th win. Camden Hills trailed 17-14 after the first quarter, but the hosts outscored the Huskies 17-4 in the second quarter to take a 31-21 lead at halftime. The 'Jammers then took a 49-30 advantage after three quarters.

Chandler Crans scored 16 points to lead Camden Hills, while John Hall added 13; Colin Morse, 12; Connor Graffam, 11; Merrill Hall, eight; Field Leonard, four; and Josiah Krul, Dalton Oakes, Yani Stancioff and Jayson Kuhn, two.

Graffam also had 10 rebounds for the hosts, while John Hall added nine rebounds; and Morse, seven rebounds and six assists.

Mitchell Halee scored nine points to lead MCI, while Eric Hathaway and Gunnar Lovely added seven; Austin Tolman and Jordan Valente, six; Greg Vigue and Dylan Fitts, two; and Slade Emery, one.

In the Maine Principals' Association Heal Point Standings for Eastern Class B, Camden Hills (13-3, 106.9444 points) is second, while Oceanside (15-2, 139.6605 points) is first in the 19-team region. The top 13 teams qualify for the playoffs.

North Haven 80, A.R. Gould 35

At South Portland Jan. 31, the Hawks went on a 27-9 run in the second quarter and surged to a key win over the Bears. North Haven led 14-8, 41-17 and 57-26 at the quarter breaks.

Aidan Emerson poured in 36 points and netted nine 3-pointers for the Hawks, while Avery Waterman added 23; Ethan Mao, 13; Zeb Campbell, four; Chayse MacDonald, three; and Kaleb Campbell, one.

Emerson's nine treys ties a single-game school record set by Waterman, said coach Roman Cooper.

Gage Barron scored 16 points for Gould, while Robert Blair added 11; and Keegan Gaouette and Rick Higgins, four.

The Hawks were 8-of-18 (44 percent) from the foul line.

In the Maine Principals' Association Heal Point Standings for Western Class D, North Haven (15-1, 50.2105 points) is fifth, while Greenville (14-2, 73.8676 points) is first in the 16-team region. The top 11 teams qualify for the playoffs.

Greenville 58, Vinalhaven 25

At Greenville Feb. 1, the Lakers jumped to a sizeable lead early and surged to victory. Greenville led 13-2, 27-10 and 38-14 at the quarter breaks.

Max Stanley and Lewis Cray scored seven points for the Vikings, while Liam Thomas, Cody Hamilton and Doug Day added three; and Noah Slivinsky, two.

Trevor Richards scored 19 points for Greenville, while Howie Stone added 16; Matt D'angelo, 10; Matt Mendez and Graham Benway, four; Dakota Collins, three; and Mike Degnan, two.

The Vikings were 2-of-7 (28 percent) from the foul line, while the Lakers were 7-of-12 (58 percent).

In the Maine Principals' Association Heal Point Standings for Western Class D, Vinalhaven (3-15, 7.8704 points) is 12th, while Greenville (14-2, 73.8676 points) is first in the 16-team region. The top 11 teams qualify for the playoffs.

Greenville 49, Vinalhaven 33

At Greenville Jan. 31, the Lakers held off a third-quarter islander rally and netted a 16-point win. Greenville led 12-6, 26-10 and 32-25 at the quarter breaks.

Cody Hamilton scored 14 points for the Vikings, while Lewis Cray added 10; Noah Slivinsky, three; and Max Stanley, Liam Thomas and Owen Bineau-Williams, two.

Howie Stone scored 16 points for the Lakers, while Matt D'Angelo added 12; Trevor Richards, nine; Nick Foley, four; Matt Mendez and Mike Degnan, three; and Tyler Chase, two.

The Vikings were 4-of-7 (57 percent) from the foul line, while the Lakers were 11-of-17 (65 percent).

Girls basketball

Waterville 35, Oceanside 33

At Rockland Feb. 1, the Mariners went without a field goal over the final eight minutes as the Purple Panthers netted a crucial late-season win. Oceanside led 12-8, 22-19 and 31-25 at the quarter breaks.

Ashley Gardner scored 10 points for the Mariners, while Brooke Dugan and Emily Gould added eight; and Makenna Brooks, seven.

Hannah Allen scored 12 points for the Purple Panthers, while Jordan Jabar and Colleen O'Donnell added 10; and Fotini Shanos, three.

Oceanside converted 10-of-14 (71 percent) free throws, while Waterville netted 6-of-9 (67 percent).

In the Maine Principals' Association Heal Point Standings for Eastern Class B, Oceanside (9-8, 71.9136 points) is sixth, while Presque Isle (17-0, 146.6049 points) is first in the 19-team region. The top 13 teams qualify for the playoffs.

Camden Hills 44, Maine Central Institute 34

At Pittsfield Jan. 31, the Windjammers sailed to their ninth win as they continue to climb the Eastern Class B ladder. Camden Hills blanked MCI 6-0 after the first quarter, while the visitors led 18-11 at halftime and 30-21 after three quarters.

Leading Camden Hills were Charlotte Messer (13 points, 2 rebounds, 2 assists, 6 steals), Maddie Bowman (14 points, rebound, assist), Macy Buck (2 points, 2 rebounds, assist), Hannah Wincklhofer (2 points), Jaclyn Gilson (4 points, rebound, 2 assists, steal), Eliza Boetsch (2 points, 6 rebounds), Rachel Pease (5 points, 10 rebounds, 6 blocked shots), Annie Young (2 points) and Bekah Hilt (2 rebounds, assist, 2 steals, block).

Hannah Emery scored 11 points for MCI.

Camden Hills netted 5-of-8 (62 percent) from the charity stripe, while MCI made 4-of-4 (100 percent). The 'Jammers also edged the Huskies 28-27 in rebounds.

In the Maine Principals' Association Heal Point Standings for Eastern Class B, Camden Hills (9-7, 47.5309 points) is 11th, while Presque Isle (17-0, 146.6049 points) is first in the 19-team region. The top 13 teams qualify for the playoffs.

Kents Hill 37, North Haven 28

At North Haven Feb. 1, the Huskies jumped to an early lead and never looked back, besting the host Hawks. Kents Hill led 14-7, 24-15 and 32-21 at the quarter breaks.

Jasmine Brown scored 15 points for North Haven, while Maddie Hallowell added seven; Ashlynn Ames, four; and Natalie Carrier, two.

Ashley Doyle scored 24 points for Kents Hill, while Faith Forsythe added six; Liz Torres, four; Karrisha Gillespre, two; and Jamie Rudolph, one.

The Hawks were 10-of-15 (67 percent) from the foul line, while the Huskies were 1-of-8 (12 percent).

In the Maine Principals' Association Heal Point Standings for Western Class D, North Haven (2-14, 1.1765 points) is 15th (last), while Forest Hills of Jackman (17-0, 87.4355 points) is first in the 15-team region. The top 10 teams qualify for the playoffs.

Greenville 43, Vinalhaven 42

At Greenville Feb. 1, the Lakers got a hoop with less than 20 seconds remaining and bested the islanders. The two teams were tied 15-15 after the first quarter, while Vinalhaven led 25-23 at halftime Greenville led 33-31 after three quarters.

Ashley Hamilton scored 21 points for the Vikings, while Taylor Littlefield added eight; Bailey Wadleigh, five; and Bethany Candage and Ellie Reidy, four.

Molly Foley scored 13 points for the Lakers, while Courtney Mann and Ashley Mace added 12; Shelby Ward, four; and Lindsey Fenn, two.

The Vikings were 3-of-8 (37 percent) from the foul line.

Hamilton is approaching 1,000 career points. She had 895 heading into the weekend games and now has 933 for her career.

In the Maine Principals' Association Heal Point Standings for Western Class D, Vinalhaven (11-7, 35.3123 points) is fifth, while Forest Hills of Jackman (17-0, 87.4355 points) is first in the 15-team region. The top 10 teams qualify for the playoffs.

Vinalhaven 49, Greenville 38

At Greenville Jan. 31, the Vikings netted their 11th win of the year. The two teams were tied 9-9 after the first quarter, while Vinalhaven led 20-16 at halftime and 36-26 after three quarters.

Ashley Hamilton and Bailey Wadleigh scored 17 points for the islanders, while Bethany Candage added seven; Ellie Reidy, six; and Taylor Littlefield, two.

Molly Foley scored 14 points for the Lakers, while Ashley Mace added six; Shelby Ward, five; and Lindsey Fenn and Courtney Mann, four.

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