It was a successful night for the Kennebec Valley Athletic Conference Class B division Tuesday as far as Knox and Lincoln county teams were concerned, as Medomak Valley, Camden Hills and Rockland each earned themselves another notch in the win column.

The three Midcoast squads are currently among the top teams in Eastern Class B, with the Windjammers first, Panthers third and Tigers fifth.

Medomak Valley 55, Maine Central Institute 43 … At Pittsfield, the Panthers (6-1) slowly pulled away from the Huskies of Pittsfield (3-5) in the second half en route to a 12-point victory. Medomak Valley led 7-6, 21-20 and 37-31 at the quarter breaks.

Isaac Durkee poured in a game-high 25 points for the Panthers, while Alex MacKenzie added 12; Isaac Greenrose, 11; Dan Aubel, six; and John Bartlett, one.

For the Huskies, Jacob Hunt netted 14 points, while Craig Reazor added 11.

The Panthers are third (24.8457 Heal Points) in the most recent Maine Principals’ Association Heal Point Standings for Eastern Class B. Camden Hills (8-0, 35.1235 points) is first in the region.

Camden Hills 72, Maranacook 45 … At Readfield, the Windjammers (8-0) continued their red-hot play with another victory — this time over the Black Bears — with a convincing 27-point win. The Windjammers, which have won their last three regular season games by an average of 36 points, led 25-12, 36-23 and 56-27 at the quarter breaks. The Windjammers outscored the Black Bears (6-2) 20-4 in the third quarter to pull away from the hosts.

Keegan Pieri led the ‘Jammers with 20 points, while Tyler McFarland added 15; Will Vlautin, 12; Casey Scott, nine; Casey Wilson and Cam Gartley, both six; and Adam Landwehr and Zack Wincklhofer, both two.

For the Black Bears, Ben Johnson led with 15 points and 12 rebounds.

The Windjammers are first in Eastern Class B. Camden Hills was unbeaten in 2008-09 en route to the state Class B championship and has started this season 8-0. Camden Hills is 31-0 the past two years, including regular-season, playoff and league championship games. The last three years, Camden Hills is 51-2 overall.

Rockland 48, Waterville 45 … At Waterville, the Tigers (7-2) escaped with their second win in two nights with a three-point decision over the Purple Panthers (2-5). Rockland’s Aidan Hadley converted a 3-point play late in the fourth quarter and after a Waterville field goal trimmed the lead to one, senior guard Chris Nolan netted two free-throws to help the Tigers earn the three-point win.

Nolan led the charge with 16 points, while Hadley added 14 points; Dylan Meklin, 12; and Josh Harjula and Derek Gustin, both three.

Cam Mitchell keyed the Purple Panthers with 12 points, while Max Brow and Josh Gormley each added nine; Nick Lee, seven; R. Gormely, four; and Matt Lynch and Ryan Veilleux two.

Rockland was 6-of-12 (50 percent) from the free throw line, while the Purple Panthers were 3-of-4 (75 percent).

The Tigers are fifth (18.9198 points) in the most recent Heal Point Standings for Eastern Class B. Camden Hills (8-0, 35.1235 points) is first in the region.

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