North Haven's Emerson logs rare quadruple-double in win over SeahawksHawk girls earn season's first wins, Vinalhaven girls split with Richmond
The North Haven and Vinalhaven boys and girls basketball teams hosted Western Class D opponents over the weekend, which provided a mixed bag of results for the islanders.
The North Haven boys continued their winning ways, picking up an 85-27 win on Friday, Jan. 17 and a 78-21 victory on Saturday, Jan 18, while the North Haven girls earned their first wins of the year with a 41-18 victory on Jan. 17 and a 38-11 decision on Jan. 18.
The Vinalhaven girls earned a home split with Richmond with a 50-41 win on Jan. 17 and a 53-38 loss on Jan 18, while The Viking boys fell 67-35 on Jan. 17 and 75-51 on Jan. 18 to the Bobcats.
In a significant individual milestone, North Haven's Avery Waterman has 962 career points, which leaves him 38 points shy of the coveted 1,000 for his career. His coach, Roman Cooper, is the all-time leading scorer at the school.
The following is a recap of reported results:
North Haven 78, Acadia Christian 21
At North Haven Jan. 18, the Hawks were host to one of the rarest feats in basketball at any level as the Seahawks were downed in convincing fashion.
Avery Waterman scored 24 points for North Haven and is nearing his scoring milestone. However, Waterman was overshadowed by teammate Aiden Emerson, who completed a quadruple-double, which is finishing with double digits in four categories. Emerson netted 16 points, added 10 rebounds, 10 assists and 10 steals in the victory.
Also chipping in for the Hawks were Kaleb Campbell (14 points), Ethan Taylor (13 points), Dalton Hornby (8 points) and Tristan Carrier (3 points).
Sam Apslah scored six points to lead Acadia Christian, while Chance Clausson and Adam Bradshaw added five; Jackson Alexander, three; and Zach Williams, two.
In the Maine Principals' Association Heal Point Standings for Western Class D, North Haven (11-1, 24.4608 points) is sixth, while Forest Hills of Jackman (11-1, 39.6351 points) is first in the 16-team region. The top 11 teams qualify for the playoffs.
North Haven 85, Acadia Christian 27
At North Haven Jan. 17, the Hawks soared to their 10th win of the year, besting the Seahawks. North Haven led 24-0, 40-10 and 62-19 at the quarter breaks.
Dalton Hornby led the Hawks with 17 points, while Avery Waterman added 16; Aiden Emerson, 15; Ethan Taylor, 14; Brandon Brown, 12; Kaleb Campebll, seven; and Grayson Demmons, four.
Zach Williams scored 10 points for the Seahawks, while Chance Clausson added eight; Adam Bradshaw, four; Jackson Alexander, three; and Sam Apslah, two.
North Haven netted 13-of-21 (62 percent) free-throw attempts.
Richmond 75, Vinalhaven 51
At Vinalhaven Jan. 20, the Bobcats pulled away from the host Vikings and prevailed by 24 points. The two teams were knotted at 16-16 after the first quarter, while Richmond led 37-28 at halftime and 58-42 after three quarters.
Cody Hamilton scored 21 points for the Vikings, while Max Stanley added 12; Noah Slivinsky, 10; Doug Day, three; and Josie Doughty and Everett Webster, two; and Tyson Goyette, one.
Matt Holt scored 24 points for the Bobcats, while Mike Stewart added 14; Shawn Bernier, 12; Cameron Emmons, six; Bailey Johnson, five; Cody Tribbett, Jason Patterson and Nick Anan, four; and Tyler Susi, two.
The Vikings were 4-of-9 from the foul line, while the Bobcats were 5-of-9.
Richmond 67, Vinalhaven 35
At Vinalhaven Jan. 19, the Bobcats pulled away from the Vikings in the second quarter and surged to victory. Richmond led 19-9, 38-14 and 55-25 at the quarter breaks.
Doug Day scored 14 points for the Vikings, while Cody Hamilton added nine; Max Stanley, five; Noah Slivinsky and Everett Webster, three; and Josie Doughty, one.
Tyler Susi netted 22 points for the Bobcats, while Bailey Johnson added nine; Cameron Emmons, eight; Nick Anan, six; Mike Stewart, four; Nate Vintinner, Shawn Bernier, Brandon Demmons and Matt Holt, three; and Cody Tribbett, John Simmons and Jason Patterson, two.
Vinalhaven netted 6-of-8 (75 percent) free throws and Richmond 3-of-6 (50 percent).
In the Maine Principals' Association Heal Point Standings for Western Class D, Vinalhaven (1-12, 1.5432 points) is 15th, while Forest Hills (11-1, 39.6351 points) is first in the 16-team region. The top 11 teams qualify for the playoffs.
Richmond 53, Vinalhaven 38
At Vinalhaven Jan. 18, the Vikings could not replicate their play from the previous night and were downed by 15 points. Richmond led 10-7, 28-13 and 43-21 at the quarter breaks.
Ashley Hamilton scored 14 points for Vinalhaven, while Ellie Reidy and Bailey Wadleigh added eight; Ryann Warren, six; and Bethany Candage, two.
Kelsey Anair led Richmond with 17 points.
The Vikings were 8-of-21 (38 percent) from the foul line, while the Bobcats were 12-of-19 (63 percent).
In the Maine Principals' Association Heal Point Standings for Western Class D, Vinalhaven (7-6, 18.0919 points) is sixth, while Forest Hills of Jackman (12-0, 47.0618 points) is first in the 15-team region. The top 10 teams qualify for the playoffs.
Vinalhaven 50, Richmond 41
At Vinalhaven Jan. 17, the Vikings earned a rare victory over the Bobcats. Richmond led 12-5 after the first quarter and 19-18 at halftime, while Vinalhaven took a 33-25 lead after three quarters.
Ashley Hamilton led the Vikings with 18 points, while Bailey Wadleigh added 15; Ellie Reidy, eight; Ryann Warren, six; Taylor Littlefield, two; and Skylar Sanborn, one.
Miranda Achorn and Haley Murphy scored 12 points for Richmond, while Morgan Harrington added six; Kelsey Anair and Autumn Acord, four; Kayla Patterson, two; and Casey Haren, one.
The Vikings were 16-of-30 (53 percent) from the foul line, while the Bobcats were 5-of-16 (31 percent).