It was a good night as a whole for Knox County high school basketball teams Monday, with four of the five teams in action posting victories.

Both the Camden Hills boys and girls, along with the Georges Valley boys and North Haven girls, all notched victories Monday night. The North Haven boys were the lone local squad to come up short, falling to visiting Pine Tree Academy.


Camden Hills 68, Waterville 18 … At Rockport Monday, the Windjammers suffocated the Purple Panthers with their trademark team defense and won by 50 points. The ‘Jammers led 25-3, 40-7 and 49-13 at the quarter breaks.

Tyler McFarland posted 21 points and 10 rebounds. Keegan Pieri added 16 points; Joel Gabriele, 10; Will Vlautin, eight; Casey Scott, four; Nick White, three; and Adam Landwehr, Zach Wincklhofer and Casey Wilson, all two. The Windjammers were 17-of-23 (74 percent) from the free-throw line.

Cam Mitchell led Waterville with four points and Josh Gormley, Max Brown and Nick Lee each three.

Camden Hills (11-0, 56.7284 Heal Points) is first in the most recent Maine Principals’ Association Heal Point Standings for Eastern Class B.

Information on Georges Valley’s 48-31 win over Wiscasset and North Haven’s 39-18 loss to Pine Tree Academy will be added when it becomes available.


North Haven 26, Pine Tree Academy 12 … At North Haven, the Hawks soared to their fourth straight victory with a 14-point decision over the visiting Breakers. North Haven led 6-2, 18-6 and 16-12 at the quarter breaks.

Olivia Brown had a game-high 10 points to lead the Hawks, while Leta Hallowell added eight; Erin Cooper, six; and Abigail Campbell, two. Hallowell also pulled down 16 rebounds and Cooper dished out eight assists.

For the Breakers, Tiffany Dixon netted eight points and Annie Page and Sandy Gienzelle both two.

North Haven (6-2, 11.6789 points) is fifth in the most recent Maine Principals’ Association Heal Point Standings for Western Class D. Richmond (8-2, 29.1231 points) is the top team in the region.

Camden Hills 62, Waterville 44 … At Waterville, the Windjammers pulled away from an otherwise competitive game in the fourth quarter en route to their eighth win of the season. Waterville led 17-12 at the end of the first quarter and 25-20 at halftime, while the game was knotted 37-37 after three quarters. The ‘Jammers then went on a 25-7 run to end the game.

Taylor Porter paced the Windjammers with 19 points, while Jordan Knowlton added 16; Maddy Smeaton, 14; Maci Heal, eight; and Jackie Richards and Allie Holmes, both two. Smeaton also pulled down 11 rebounds, while Knowlton dished out nine assists and made four steals and Porter and Holmes each had three steals.

For the Purple Panthers, Jen Nale poured in a game-high 21 points, while Ashleigh Gagne added six; Stacy Whitten, five; Emily Karter and Cara Rousseau, both four; and Taylor Frame and Sylvia Reynolds, both two.

The ‘Jammers shot 8-of-15 (53 percent) from the free-throw line, including 8-of-11 (72 percent) in the fourth quarter. The Purple Panthers connected on 5-of-8 (63 percent) free throws.

Camden Hills (8-3, 30.8025 Heal Points) is fifth in the most recent Maine Principals’ Association Heal Point Standings for Eastern Class B. Presque Isle (10-0, 46.4506 points) is the top team in the region.

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