The hardwood was a busy place to be over the weekend all over the state, as many high school basketball games postponements from earlier in the week were pushed to the weekend, making for a busy few days for many Midcoast teams.

The following is a recap of reported results:

Boys

Greenville 76, Vinalhaven 62 … At Greenville Friday, the host Lakers pulled away from the host Vikings in the second half and prevailed by a 14-point margin. Vinalhaven led 12-11 after the first quarter, while Greenville nabbed a 33-20 lead at halftime and a 46-35 advantage after three quarters.

Steven Osgood netted 16 points for the Vikings, while Brian Stanley added 13; Nathan Hopkins, 12; Dana Tolman, eight; John Morton, six; Willie Drury, four; Bobby Beckman, two; and Tyler Chilles, one.

Emerson Sikes netted 20 points for the Lakers, while Tony DiAngelo, Ricky Derboghosian, Tristan Richards and Alex Jardine all added 14 points apiece for the hosts.

Vinalhaven 62, Greenville 58 … At Greenville Saturday, the Vikings avenged Friday night’s loss to the Lakers and pulled out a four-point win on the road. Greenville led 15-9 after the first quarter, 29-26 at the half and extended its advantage to 51-42 after three quarters. The Vikings then went on a 20-7 run over the final eight minutes to steal the victory.

Steven Osgood dropped in 28 points to lead Vinalhaven, while Nathan Hopkins added 15; Bobby Beckman, six; Dana Tolman, five; and Tyler Chilles and John Morton, both four. Tony DiAngelo netted 19 points for Greenville, while Emerson Sikes added 18; Alex Jardine, 11; Ricky Derboghosian, seven; and Tristan Richards, three

The game was tied at 58-58 with under 30 seconds left when Hopkins converted a field goal to put Vinalhaven ahead by two points. Beckman then added a pair of free throws late to add to the Vikings’ cushion.

The Vikings (8-5, 46.9031 points) are fourth in the most recent installment of Heal Points in Western Class D, while Greenville (6-6, 23.6111 points) is sixth. Richmond (13-1, 59.6670 points) is first in the region.

A.R. Gould 108, North Haven 27…At South Portland, the hosts broke the century mark against the Hawks and stayed undefeated with a convincing victory. A.R. Gould led 23-6, 51-14 and 72-21 at the quarter breaks.

Rico Rattina netted 12 points for the Hawks, while Riley Venger added eight; Chase MacDonald, three; and Zeb Campbell and Jeremy Page, both two. Mohammad Abdullahi led A.R. Gould with 22 points, while Moses Losule added 20 and Nick Aldrich 17.

A.R. Gould was 1-of-2 (50 percent) from the foul line, while North Haven did not attempt a free throw.

A.R. Gould 58. North Haven 36…At South Portland Saturday, the hosts and visiting Hawks played in a more competitive contest in which A.R. Gould against cruised to victory. A.R. Gould led 14-8, 26-18 and 42-24 at the quarter breaks.

Rico Rattina netted 18 points for the Hawks, while Riley Venger added six; Zeb Campbell and Chase MacDonald, each five; and Jeremy Page, two. Mohammad Abdullahi and Julius Ishag each scored 15 points for A.R. Gould, while Moses Losule added 12.

North Haven shot 1-of-2 (50 percent) from the foul line, while A.R. Gould did not attempt a free throw.

North Haven (1-9, 1.1905) is currently 13th in the Western Class D Heal Point standings, while A.R. Gould (8-0, 42.7331) is fifth. Richmond (13-1, 59.6670) is the top team in the region.

Georges Valley 44, Winthrop 33 … At Thomaston Saturday, the Buccaneers claimed their sixth win of the season, this time over the Ramblers, and prevailed by an 11-point margin. The Bucs led 9-6, 14-13 and 31-22 at the quarter breaks.

Alex Wallace led Georges Valley with an 11-point effort, while Ben Wallace and Dylan Maloney each added seven; Logan Cross, six; Alex Grierson, four; Ketch Cowan, three; and Gordon Armstrong, Robbie Beverage and Daniel Arsenault, all two.

Billy Gordon and Andy Emery each scored 10 points for Winthrop, while Ryan Connor added five; and Tyler Arsenault and Justin White each four.

The Bucs were 5-of-10 (50 percent) from the foul line, while the Ramblers were 8-of-10 (80 percent).

The Buccaneers (6-8, 25.716 points) currently are 11th in Western Class C, while Winthrop (2-11, 4.7840 points) is 19th. Livermore Falls (12-3, 66.3580 points) is first in the region.

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Girls

Medomak Valley 47, Gardiner 25 … At Waldoboro Friday, the Panthers dug themselves out of a first-quarter hole against the visiting Tigers and ran away with the game in the second half en route to a 22-point win. Gardiner led 14-9 after the first quarter, while Medomak Valley took a 21-19 lead at the half. The Panthers then held the Tigers to two points in the third stanza to grab a 35-21 lead after three stanzas.

Alanna Vose dropped in 18 points for Medomak Valley, while Lacy Massengale and Ericka Christensen each added seven; Danielle Dyer and Lindsay Ranquist, each five; Ashley Rackliff and Nicole Peterson, both two; and Nicole Weaver, one.

Carly Pelletier, Hannah Lawrence and Jess Truman all had six points for Gardiner.

Medomak Valley shot 5-of-8 (63 percent) from the free-throw line, while Gardiner was 1-of-4 (25 percent).

Medomak Valley 58, Maranacook 29 … At Waldoboro Saturday in a makeup game, the host Panthers jumped to a huge first-quarter lead and never trailed as they doubled up the visiting Black Bears. Medomak Valley led 23-2, 29-11 and 45-20 at the quarter breaks.

Ericka Christensen netted 12 points for Medomak Valley, while Lindsay Ranquist added 10; Alanna Vose and Nicole Weaver, both eight; Lacy Massengale, six; Mallory Conary, five; Ashley Rackliff, four; Danielle Dyer, three; and Kelsi Severson, two.

Hannah Currier netted 10 points for Maranacook, while Katie Dore added nine; Katie Poulin, six; and Ashley Belanger and Natalie Ware, both two.

The Panthers were 8-of-12 (66 percent) from the free-throw line, while the Black Bears were 3-of-8 (38 percent).

Medomak Valley (10-4, 54.5679 points) currently is sixth in Eastern Class B, while the Black Bears (5-9, 17.8395 points) are 14th in Western Class B. Mount Desert Island (13-1, 88.7346 points) is the top team in Eastern Class B.

Greenville 44, Vinalhaven 39 … At Greenville Friday in a possible Western Class D championship game preview, the host Lakers pulled out a five-point victory over the visiting Vikings. Greenville led 15-7, 25-12 and 33-26 at the quarter breaks.

Brooke Conway netted 14 points for Vinalhaven, while Chelsea Moyer added 12; Izza Drury, six; Jenn Guptill, five; and Amelia Davidson, two.

Saige Weeks dropped in 10 points for Greenville, while Ashley Monroe and Miranda Drinkwater each added nine; McKenna Peat and Gretel Breton. both eight.

Vinalhaven was 4-of-9 (44 percent) from the free-throw line, while Greenville went 5-of-15 (33 percent).

Vinalhaven 47, Greenville 43 … At Greenville Saturday, the Vikings handed the Lakers their first loss of the season to salvage a two-game split in their two-day doubleheader. The Vikings led 14-8 after the first quarter, 24-15 at halftime and 35-28 after three quarters.

Brooke Conway and Amelia Davidson each tossed in 12 points for the winners, while Jenn Guptill added 11; Chelsea Moyer, seven; Izza Drury, three; and Jenny Candage, two. Saige Weeks netted 20 points for Greenville, while McKenna Peat added 10; Miranda Drinkwater, five; Gretel Breton, six; and Carly Peat, two.

The Vikings were 16-of-30 (53 percent) from the free-throw line, while the Lakers were 8-of-16 (50 percent).

The Vikings (11-2, 60.2367 points) are second in the most recent installment of Heal Points in Western Class D, while Greenville (11-1, 62.2664 points) is first in the region.

Hall-Dale 54, Georges Valley 29 … At Farmingdale Friday, the Buccaneers were overmatched against the Bulldogs and fell by a 25-point margin. Hall-Dale led 11-4, 30-12 and 39-24 at the quarter breaks.

Jill Bradbury paced the Bucs with nine points, while Kennadi Grover added six; Rachel Frye, five; Colleen Haskell, four; Jennifer Denault, three; and Taylor Mazurek, two. Caryanne Wolfington tossed in 20 points to lead the Bulldogs.

Georges Valley 50, Winthrop 45 … At Thomaston Saturday, the Buccaneers avenged their loss to the Ramblers from earlier this season and pulled out a five-point win over the visitors in a game featuring two evenly-matched teams. Georges Valley held a slim 13-12 lead after the first quarter, while the score was tied 27-27 at halftime and 40-40 after three quarters of the makeup game.

Kennadi Grover dropped in 23 points for the Bucs, while Jill Bradbury added 11; Holly Ames-Allan, six; Katlyn Rich, three; Bethany Snow, Taylor Mazurek and Colleen Haskell, all two; and Jennifer Denault, one.

Sarah Warner netted 19 points for the Ramblers, while Kelsey Ouellette added 10; Katie Michaelson, six; Nikki Scott, five; Erin Belanger, three; and Kelsey Nason, two.

Winthrop was 2-of-4 (50 percent) from the free-throw line, while Georges Valley netted 12-of-23 (52 percent).

The Buccaneers (6-8, 21.4506 points) currently are 11th in Western Class C, while the Ramblers (6-8, 13.8889 points) are 14th. Madison (10-4, 62.0370 points) is the top team in the region.

Click for more photos from the Winthrop at Georges Valley game.

Kents Hill 43, North Haven 22 … At North Haven Saturday, the Hawks “came out flat” in the morning game, according to coach Roman Cooper, and were upended by the visiting Huskies by a convincing margin. The Hawks netted six points in the first quarter, three more in the second and six in the third quarter.

Ann Marie Beverage had a six-point effort to lead North Haven, while Olivia Brown added five; Leta Hallowell and Erin Cooper, both four; and Abigail Campbell, two.

Natalie Tortorella had a 14-point effort for the Huskies, while Brittany Sharp added 12; Heather Larrabee, 10; Caroline Kavanaugh, three; and Laura Leiden and Melody Grimm, both two.

Kents Hill 32, North Haven 29 … At North Haven Friday, the Hawks’ wings were clipped at home by the visiting Huskies as the hosts fell by a three-point margin. Kents Hill led 8-4, 16-14 and 27-18 at the quarter breaks. The Hawks had a chance to tie the game on an inbounds play with one second left, but a desperation heave by North Haven’s Erin Cooper clanked off the rim.

Cooper had 14 points for the Hawks, while Olivia Brown added five; Cody Joyce and Leta Hallowell, both four; and Abigail Campbell, two. Campbell also pulled down 12 rebounds.

Brittany Sharp tossed in 16 points for the Huskies, while Natalie Tortorella added 10; Caroline Kavanaugh, four; and Caroline Tortorella, two.

The Hawks (8-6, 19.4914 points) currently are ninth in Western Class D, while Kents Hill (5-7, 23.6850 points) is fifth. Greenville (11-1, 62.2664 points) is the top team in the region.

Village NetMedia Associate Sports Director Mark Haskell can be reached at 207-594-4401 or by e-mail at mhaskell@villagesoup.com.