Oceanside court squads post wins over HuskiesBoth Mariner programs situated second in Eastern Class B
The Oceanside boys and girls basketball teams are among the top squads in Eastern Class B and again proved why Thursday night, Jan. 17 as the Mariners impressed against Maine Central Institute of Pittsfield.
Following a 53-14 win for the girls in Pittsfield and a 56-36 triumph for the boys in Rockland the Mariner girls are 10-1 and the Mariner boys 9-2 as each team continues to surge toward the regional playoffs.
The following is a recap of both contests:
Oceanside 53, Maine Central Institute 14
At Pittsfield Jan. 17, the Mariner defense held the Huskies to only five field goals in the game, surging to a 39-point triumph. Oceanside led 9-2, 20-7 and 35-10 at the quarter breaks.
Brooke Dugan led the Mariners with 10 points, while Emily Gould and Phoebe Ferraiolo each added eight; Kennadi Grover, seven; Lily Vachon, six; Makenna Brooks and Ashley Gardner, both five; and Hannah Plourde, four.
For the Huskies, Hannah Emery netted six points, while Ashley Alton and Kat Smedberg each added three and Katie Hughes two.
The Mariners were 13-of-16 (81 percent) from the charity stripe, while the Huskies were 2-of-11 (18 percent).
In the Maine Principals' Association Heal Point Standings for Eastern Class B, Oceanside (10-1, 52.4074 points) is second, while Presque Isle (12-0, 59.6605 points) is first in the 19-team region. The top 13 teams qualify for the playoffs.
Oceanside 56, Maine Central Institute 36
At Rockland Jan. 17, the Mariners sailed out of the gate and emerged victorious en route to their ninth win of the year. Oceanside led 16-5, 26-14 and 39-23 at the quarter breaks.
Shea Davenport tossed in 20 points for Oceanside, while Isaiah Stone-Patterson, Nick Judge, Hunter Grindle and Sam Meklin each added five; Nick Mazurek, four; and Matt Zable and Tyler Gilson, both two.
For MCI, Mitchell Halee tallied nine points, while Kameron Alspaugh added eight; Kael McCarthy, six; and Doug, Bryant, five.
The Mariners were 14-of-26 (54 percent) from the foul line, while the Huskies were 10-of-16 (62 percent).
In the Maine Principals' Association Heal Point Standings for Eastern Class B, Oceanside (9-2, 550926 points) is second, while Presque Isle (10-1, 56.6358 points) is first in the 19-team region. The top 13 teams qualify for the playoffs.
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