Teams from around the state made their way to Bar Harbor last weekend as the 18th annual Great Harbor House Shootout undergraduate basketball tournament kicked off in a three-day event filled with court galore for players in sixth through 11th grades.

The prestigious event, which this year hosted 78 teams across four divisions, began March 19 and culminated March 21.

Camden Hills won the boys high school tournament for the second straight year, while Corinth prevailed in the high school girls division. The Hampden girls also repeated as champions in the middle school division, while Bangor YMCA I took home the middle school boys title.

The event took place over the course of the weekend and games were played at five different locations throughout the Bar Harbor area: Mount Desert Island High School, Mount Desert Island YMCA, Trenton Elementary School in Trenton, Mount Desert Elementary School in Northeast Harbor and Pemetic Elementary School in Southwest Harbor.

Tournament games were played in two 15-minute halves, with the championship games played in four eight-minute quarters.

“It was a huge undertaking, but it was probably the smoothest that it has [ever] gone with all the volunteers we had,” said Harbor House Health and Fitness Manager Diana Novella. “It was the biggest tournament we’ve had so far, and it might even be bigger next year? Who knows? That means that we’d have to work at getting another venue, but we’ll work on that. But I think everyone had a great time.

Novella added that more than 75 volunteers helped make the event possible.

In the championship boys game, Camden Hills earned a 75-70 victory over Hampden. Hampden led 20-19 after the first quarter of play, while Camden Hills rebounded to take a 41-35 lead at halftime and a 59-51 edge after three quarters.

Tyler McFarland poured in 36 points to lead Camden Hills, while Keegan Pieri added 21; Adam Carlsen, eightl Joel Gabriele, five; Kyle Olehnik, three; and Adam Landwehr, two. C. Miller led Hampden with 17 points, while C. McCue and G. Burdito each added 15; L. Poirier, 11; F. Knight, six; Graham Safford, five; and M. Meo, two.

Camden Hills netted 8-of-11 (72 percent) free throws, while Hampden made 13-of-22 (59 percent).

The following is a recap of games played in the 18th annual Great Harbor House Shoot-Out by Midcoast teams.

High school boys

Mount View dropped a 63-28 decision to the CLC Eagles. Mount View, which trailed 32-13 at halftime, was led by Kyle Turner with 12 points, while Ricky Moulton added five; Will Nunn, four; James Philbrick, Dylan Turner and Cody Downer, all two; and Billy Durand, one.

Everett Martin led the CLC Eagles with 16 points, while Dylan Leavitt and Brandon Reilly each added 14; Ryley Leavitt, 10; Cameron Dodge, six; Nic Phinney, five; Kyle Scherer and Stephen Quinlan, both three; and Merritt Wotton, one. Mount View netted 9-of-20 free throws (45 percent) while CLC connected on 13-of-25 (52 percent).

Maine Tide earned a 57-44 win over the Belfast High Flyers. Maine Tide, which led 29-23 at halftime, was led by Erick Nealley with 13 points, while Bobby Porter added 10; Colby Blanchard, eight; Taylor Reynolds, Zach Mehuren, six; Chris Montminy, three; and Jalen Babin, two.

D.J. Johnson led the Belfast High Flyers with 16 points, while Lew Dyer added eight; Eric Mitchell, six; Jason Hatch and Bradley Reed, both four; Dylan Webster, three; Ben Knowlton, two; and Adam Heroux, one. Maine Tide was 8-of-19 from the charity stripe, while the Belfast High Flyers were 10-of-18 (56 percent).

Medomak fell to the Ellsworth Eagles 68-59. Medomak, which led 40-33 at halftime, was led by Isaac Greenrose with 20 points, while Isaac Durkee added 13; Alex Greenrose and Jonathan Hendrickson-Belloguet, both seven; Shane Osier, six; and Kyle Durkee, John Murray and Deering Genthner, all two.

Andrew Austin dumped in 24 points for Ellsworth, while Cote Card added 18; Tom Sawyer, 10; Thaylor Palmer, seven; and Josh Bean and Matt Bletcher, both four. Medomak was 0-of-2 from the foul line, while Ellsworth shot 13-of-20 (65 percent).

Camden Hills broke the century mark with a 106-34 drubbing of Machias. Camden Hills, which led 49-20 at halftime, were led by Tyler McFarland with 19 points, while Joel Gabriele added 17; Keegan Pieri, 13; Adam Carlsen, 12; Kyle Olehnik, 11; Andrew Hall, nine; Sam Predham and Evan Drinkwater, both eight; Andrew Flanagan, five; and Adam Landwehr, four. Full names for Machias were not available. Camden Hills converted 9-of-17 (53 percent) free throws, while Machias made 7-of-12 (58 percent).

The Rockland Tigers pulled out a 63-21 win over the Belfast Lions. Rockland, which led 26-10 at halftime, was led by Ryan Ecker and Jacob Butman with 12 points each, while Ben Staples added 10; Joe Nelsen, seven; Conner Clement, six; Donald Prescott, five; Daniel Hendricks, four; and Sam Meklin, Shea Davenport and Matt Zable, all two.

T. Prescott led Belfast with eight points, while J. Campbell added five and E. Dellamattera, A. Blair, S. Kulikowski and G. Desjardins, all two. Rockland shot 10-of-21 (48 percent), while Belfast netted 3-of-11 (27 percent).

Mount View defeated the Bucks 70-47. Mount View, which led 37-22 at halftime, was led by Downer with 19 points, while Nunn added 18; Kyle Turner, 11; Dylan Turner, 10; Philbrick, six; Durand, four; and Moulton, two.

Mitchell Burgess led the Bucks with 24 points, while Chris Chafee, John Trefethen and Sam Stearns all added six; James Osgood, three; and Adam Grindel, two. Mount View netted 15-of-24 free throws, while the Bucks made 12-of-24 (50 percent).

The Belfast High Flyers earned a 53-41 victory over Coastal. Belfast, which led 22-20 at halftime, was led by Johnson with 18 points, while Reed added 14; Lew Dyer, nine; Webster, eight; and Heroux, four.

Coastal was led by Nick Doolittle with 16 points, while Cameron Lawson added five; Nick Dillon, four; and Tom Crowe, River Plouffe Vogel and Schyler Vandereb, all two. Belfast netted 12-of-21 (57 percent) free throws, while Coastal converted 2-of-9 (22 percent).

Camden Hills defeated Maine Elite by a score of 69-43 victory. Camden Hills, which led 26-16 at halftime, were led by Pieri with 34 points, while McFarland add 10; Landwehr, eight; Carlsen, four; Olehnik, Gabriele and Flanagan, all three; and Hall and Drinkwater, both two. Names for Maine Elite were unavailable. Camden Hills netted 10-of-17 (59 percent) from the foul line, while Maine Elite converted 6-of-11 (54 percent).

Medomak pulled out a 68-52 win over Sumner. Medomak, which led 36-14 at halftime, was led by Murray with 16 points, while Isaac Greenrose added 14; Isaac Durkee, 12; Alex Greenrose, six; Osier, five; Judkins, two; and Cocco and Genthner, both one.

B. Deniger netted 15 points to lead Sumner, while G. O’Brian added 14; J. Malloy, L. Harmon and B. Tennay, all six; and A. Balshan, five. Medomak netted 10-of-24 from the foul line, while Sumner made 10-of-16 (63 percent).

The Belfast Lions dropped a 62-41 decision to the Mariners. Belfast, which trailed 35-16 at halftime, were led by Campbell with 13 points, while Prescott added 11; Lowe, seven; Blair, five; Jackson, three; and Desjardins, two.

Connor Morey led the Mariners with 14 points, while Sam Grindle added 12; Nathan Davis, nine; Deven Bray and Dustin Powers, both eight; Kevin Melano, six; and Hayden Ciomei, five. Belfast netted 8-of-13 (62 percent) free throws, while the Mariners converted 10-of-17 (59 percent).

Maine Tide dropped an 82-45 decision to Hampden. Maine Tide, which trailed 40-17 at halftime, were led by Blanchard with 14 points, while Porter added 11; Nealley, six; Mehuren and Montminy, both five; Reynolds, four; and Ryan St. Clair, two.

C. McCue led Hampden with 22 points, while M. Meo added 13; L. Poirier, 10; Graham Safford and F. Knight, both nine; C. Miller, eight; G. Burdito, four; and J. Pond, three. Maine Tide netted 4-of-9 (44 percent) from the foul line, while Hampden made 16-of-21 (76 percent).

Camden Hills earned a 62-52 victory over Lee. Camden Hills, which led 35-30 at halftime, were led by McFarland and Pieri with 20 points each, while Gabriele and Carlsen each added eight and Hall six. Full names for Lee were not available. Camden Hills converted 16-of-19 (84 percent) from the charity stripe, while Lee netted 13-of-19 (68 percent).

Rockland was upended by Calais by a 53-43 score. Rockland, which led 25-21 at halftime, was led by Nelsen with 13 points, while Ecker added seven; Butman, seven; Meklin, Prescott and Staples, all four; and Davenport, three.

Joe Mitchell led Calais with 19 points, while Ryan Cavarnaugh added 12; Cam Shorey, 10; Tyler Sorway, four; Jeremy Beers, three; Jesse Clark, two; and Matt Cummings, one. Rockland converted 8-of-16 (50 percent) free throws, while Calais netted 7-of-18 (39 percent).

Mount View was upended by Brewer 89-54. Mount View, which trailed 39-24 at halftime, was led by Dylan Turner with 22 points, while Kyle Turner added 14; Nunn, eight; Downer, seven; Durand, two; and Moulton, one. Full names for Brewer were not available. Mount View netted 5-of-12 (42 percent) from the foul line, while Brewer converted 16-of-21 (76 percent).

The High Flyers earned a 63-53 victory over Rockland. The High Flyers, which led 32-24 at halftime, were led by Johnson with 23 points, while Reed added 15; Mike Perry, 10; Dyer, eight; Heroux, Mitchell and Ben Knowlton, all two; and Hatch, one.

Nelsen led Rockland with 21 points, while Ecker added 10; Meklin, six; Staples and Miller, both four; Davenport and Hendricks, both three; and Prescott, two. The High Flyers netted 18-of-28 (64 percent) from the foul line, while Rockland converted 8-of-15 (53 percent) attempts.

Camden Hills was upended by the B-Town Ballers by a 75-64 score. Camden Hills, which trailed 40-32 at halftime, were led by McFarland with 37 points, while Pieri added 14; Landwehr, five; and Hall and Carlsen, both four. Full names for the B-Town Ballers were not available. Camden Hills netted 17-of-22 (77 percent) free throws, while the B-Town Ballers were 13-of-16 (81 percent).

Medomak earned a 58-51 decision over MDI White. The game was knotted 27-27 at halftime. John Murray netted 17 points to lead Medomak, while Deering Genthner added 13; Alex Greenrose, nine; Zack Judkins, seven; Isaac Durkee, five; Robbie Griffin and Jarin Cocco, two; and Shane Osier, one.

MDI White was led by Walls with 15 points, while MacDonald added 12; Chisholm, 10; O’Neil, nine; Shaw, two; and Joy, one. MDI White was 14-of-25 (56 percent) from the foul line, while Medomak netted 11-of-20 (55 percent).

Maine Tide dropped a 63-58 decision to the Mariners. Maine Tide, which led 32-23 at halftime, were led by Blanchard with 14 points, while Nealley and Montminy each added eight; Porter, seven; Elkins, six; Reynolds and Mehuren, both five; and St. Clair, four.

Grindle led the Mariners with 26 points, while Ciomei added 16. The Mariners netted 22-of-35 (63 percent) free throw attempts, while Maine Tide converted 11-of-23 (48 percent).

The High Flyers upended Brewer by a 64-59 score. The High Flyers, which trailed 27-22 at halftime, was led by Webster and Johnson with 17 points each, while Mitchell added nine; Dyer, six; and Hatch, four. Full names for Brewer were not available. The High Flyers were 12-of-17 (71 percent) from the charity stripe, while Brewer made 10-of-11 (91 percent) attempts.

Camden Hills pulled out an 84-62 win over Lee. Camden Hills, which led 41-29 at halftime, was led by McFarland with 20 points, while Pieri added 17; Gabriele, 16; Drinkwater and Landwehr, each nine; Carlsen and Hall, both four; Predham, three; and Flanagan, two. Full names for Lee players were unavailable. Camden Hills netted 6-of-11 (54 percent) from the charity stripe, while Lee converted 8-of-14 (57 percent).

Medomak earned a 64-30 victory over the Mariners. Medomak, which led 34-11 at halftime, were led by Murray and Isaac Durkee with 13 points apiece, while Genthner added eight; Griffin, six; Isaac Greenrose and Hendrickson-Belloguet, both four; Osier and Alex Greenrose, both three; and Soper, Ripley and Judkins, all two. Grindle led the Mariners with 14 points. Medomak netted 7-of-11 963 percent) free throws, while the Mariners converted 8-of-14 (57 percent).

The High Flyers were upended by the CLC Eagles 61-37. The High Flyers, which trailed 27-13 at halftime, were led by Johnson with 16 points, while Reed added 10; Webster and Mitchell, both three; Perry and Dyer, both two; and Heroux, one.

Martin led the CLC Eagles with 14 points, while Reilly added 10; Quinlan and Dylan Leavitt, both eight; Dodge, seven; Lincoln and Ryley Leavitt, both six; and Phinney and Steeves, both two. The High Flyers were 7-of-19 (37 percent) from the foul line, while the CLC Eagles were 9-of-15 (60 percent).

Medomak defeated Calais by a 59-37 score. Medomak, which led 30-28 at halftime, were led by Isaac Greenrose with 17 points, while Isaac Durkee added 16; Alex Greenrose, nine; and Osier, Genthner and Judkins, all two. Cam Shorey led Calais with 21 points. Medomak netted 5-of-10 (50 percent) free throws, while Calais converted 4-of-7 (57 percent).

Medomak dropped a 54-33 decision to the CLC Eagles. Medomak, which trailed 32-10 at halftime, were led by Murray and Isaac Durkee with eight points each, while Judkins added five; Hendrickson-Belloguet, four; Genthner, three; Isaac Greenrose and Osier, both two; and Alex Greenrose, one.

Lincoln led the CLC Eagles with 12 points, while Reilly added 10; Quinlan, seven; Scherer and Martin, each six; Leavitt, five; Wotton, four; and Phinney and Dodge, both two. Medomak netted 11-of-16 (69 percent) from the foul line, while the CLC Eagles made 7-of-14 (50 percent).

High school girls

Mount View convincingly doubled up Ellsworth by a 54-27 score. Mount View, which led 26-14 at halftime, was led by Hayleigh Kein with 16 points, while Lauren Smith added 14; Anna Piotti, nine; J. Thornley, seven; LeeAnne Larrabee, four; and Amanda Larrabee, two.

Amanda Firestone led Ellsworth with seven points, while T. White, S. Dumagala and C. Beal all added six and H. Wadman and C. Russell both one. Mount View was 10-of-23 (43 percent) from the foul line, while Ellsworth netted 9-of-21 (43 percent).

Belfast was upended by MDI White by a 38-26 score. MDI White, which led 20-11 at halftime, was led by Phelps with 18 points, while Lewis added eight; Calli Mitchell and India Ross, both four; and Brailee Black and Holly Benson, both two.

Lexi Nelligan led Belfast with 10 points, while Courthney Drinkwater added six; Makayla Cummings and Ashley Littlefield, both three; and Liz Rauch and Katrina Lapham, both two. MDI White was 2-of-4 from the foul line, while Belfast was 3-of-9 (33 percent).

Camden Hills upended the Lincoln Sparks by a 41-26 score. Camden Hills, which led 21-13 at halftime, was led by Taylor Porter and Jordan Knowlton with 15 points each. Also scoring for Camden Hills was Laura Johanson with four points, Maci Heal, Megan Legage and Sarah Steele, all two; and Jackay Richards, one.

K. Krapf led the Lincoln Sparks with six points, while M. Bissan and A. Libby each added five; T. Blood and E. Wark, both four; and A. Mooney, two. Camden Hills was 11-of-21 (52 percent) from the foul line, while the Lincoln Sparks were 8-of-21 (38 precent).

Medomak defeated Rockland 50-22. Medomak, which led 19-7 at halftime, was led by Ashley Rackliff with 12 points, while Lindsay Ranquist added 11; Ericka Christensen, eight; Alanna Vose, seven; Mallory Robbins, six; Mallory Conary, four; and Nicole Weaver, two.

Rockland was led by Hannah Plourde with 10 points, while Casey Carroll added eight; Emma Davis and Macy MacArthur, both two; and Brooke Dugan, one. Medomak was 0-of-6 from the line, while Rockland was 10-of-23 (43 percent).

Mount View dropped a 53-28 decision to the Snowbears. Mount View, which trailed 26-16 at halftime, were led by H. Kein with nine points, while Chrissy Larrabee added eight; Smith, Piotti and A. Larrabee, all three; and Cheyenne Dyer, two.

Hillary Throckmorton led the Snowbears with 18 points, while Kate Treadwell added 16; Deidre Jordan, nine; Denae Johnson, four; and Caroline Hettermann, Marissa Grandchamps and Kim Jordan, all two. Mount View was 6-of-13 (46 percent) from the foul line, while the Snowbears were 9-of-21 (43 percent).

Belfast upended Dexter by a 37-36 score in overtime. Belfast, which trailed 23-13 at halftime before knotting the game 32-32 at the end of regulation, was led by Rauch with nine points, while Lapham and Drinkwater each added eight; Drinwater, six; Littlefield, four; and Emily Blood, two. Full names for Dexter were not available. Belfast netted 3-of-5 (60 percent) free throws, while Dexter converted 4-of-10 (40 percent).

Rockland dropped by 57-46 decision to Hermon. Rockland, which trailed 25-18 at halftime, was led by Plourde and MacArthur with 13 points each, while Danica Gustin and Carroll each added five; Dugan and Phoebe Ferraiolo, both three; and Danica Hooper, two.

Ashley Thayer and K. Snow each netted 16 points for Hermon, while D. Hamlin added nine; M. Treadwell, seven; V. Davenport and R. King, both four; and M. Kelley and L. Hawes both two. Rockland was 7-of-12 (58 percent) from the charity stripe, while Hermon netted 25-of-24 (74 percent).

Medomak earned a 65-56 victory over Camden Hills. Medomak, which led 31-28 at halftime, was led by Vose with 20 points, while Ranquist added 15; Christensen, 14; Vanessa Davis, five; Weaver, four; and Rackliff, Conary and Jenna Tracy, all three.

Camden Hills was led by Knowlton with 27 points, while Porter added 12; Heal and Johanson, both five; Richards, four; and Legage, three. Medomak shot a perfect 12-of-12 (100 percent) from the foul line, while Camden Hills also netted a perfect 11-of-11 (100 percent).

Belfast defeated the Presque Isle Kittenz by a 49-32 score. Belfast, which led 21-17 at the half, were led by Nelligan with 20 points, while Littlefield added 11; Rauch, eight; Lapham and Cummings, both three; and Drinkwater and Blood, both two. Belfast netted 19-of-34 (56 percent) from the foul line, while the Presque Isle Kittenz converted 5-of-11 (45 percent).

Mount View earned a 47-32 victory over the Lady Knights. Mount View, which led 26-16 at the half, was led by Smith with 12 points, while H. Kein and Piotti each added eight; L. Larrabee, six; Channing Murphy and A. Larrabee, both four; C. Larrabee, three; and Delainey Kein, two.

Camden Hills earned a 42-30 victory over Mount View. Camden Hills, which led 15-12 at halftime, was led by Knowlton with 17 points, while Porter added 14; Heal, five; Johanson, three; Sarah Steele, two; and Legage, one.

Mount View was paced by H. Kein with 13 points, while C. Larrabee and Smith each added six; Murphy, three; and Piotti, two. Camden Hills shot a perfect 14-of-14 (100 percent) from the foul line, while Mount View also netted a perfect 8-of-8 (100 percent) from the line.

Medomak dropped a tough, 50-49 decision to the Snowbears in overtime. Medomak, which trailed 24-23 at the half before knotting the game 47-47 at the end of regulation, was led by Vose with 19 points, while Christensen added 17; Rackliff, seven; Ranquist and Conary, each three; and Weaver, two.

The Snowbears were paced by Treadwell with 21 points, while Throckmorton added 14; Grandchamps, eight; Hettermen, four; K. Jordan, three; and Johnson, two. The Panthers were a percent 21-of-21 (100 percent) from the foul line, while the Snowbears were also a perfect 6-of-6 (100 percent).

Belfast fell to Washington Academy 48-46. Belfast, which trailed 25-18 at the half, were led by Nelligan with 20 points, while Blood added seven; Cummings, six; Drinkwater and Rauch, both four; Lapham, three; and Thibodeau, two. Full names for Washinton Academy were unavailable. Belfat converted 4-of-6 (67 percent) from the foul line, while Washington Academy netted 10-of-22 (45 percent).

Camden Hills was nipped by the Wildcats by a 54-53 score. Camden Hills, which trailed 30-25 at halftime, was led by Knowlton with 24 points, while Porter added 13; Steele and Richards, both six; Heal, three; and Johanson, two. Full names for the Wildcats were not available. Camden Hills netted 8-of-8 (100 percent) from the foul line, while Presque Isle converted 11-of-11 (100 percent).

Medomak dropped a 59-46 decision to the Wildcats. Medomak, which trailed 24-21 at halftime, was led by Vose with 19 points, while Christensen added 10; Weaver, seven; Leidenroth, four; and Davis, Rackliff, Conary and Robbins, all two. Full names for the Wildcats were not available. Medomak Valley shot 7-of-7 (100 percent) from the foul line, while the Wildcats were 18-of-18 (100 percent).

Editor’s note: Due to incomplete results for all teams, only the final scores and records of the middle school games are published.

Middle school boys

Camden-Rockport, 6-3, defeated Narraguagus 67-25, MDI 8 47-43, Coastal Eagles 69-29, Hermon 56-53, Presque Isle 54-46 and Beals 73-50; lost to Hampden 60-32 and 73-42, and lost to Bangor 1 49-35.

Middle school girls

Camden Hills, 0-2, lost to Dexter 45-44 and Presque Isle 48-26.

Mount View, 0-2, lost to Dexter 41-14 and MDI 7 39-21.

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