Victories were on the agenda for three Midcoast high school basketball teams on Wednesday night, Dec. 13, with Medomak Valley, Camden Hills and Oceanside in early-season court action as the Panthers and Mariners netted wins. Camden Hills teams, however, were not as fortunate.

In games originally scheduled for Tuesday, Dec. 12 — pushed to Wednesday due to inclement weather — the Panther boys posted a 62-46 win over Mount View in Thorndike and the Panther girls a 68-33 decision over the Mustangs in Waldoboro.

The Mariner girls also emerged with a 58-26 win over visiting Maranacook of Readfield.

The Oceanside boys will travel to Maranacook on Thursday, Dec. 28.

The Windjammers were downed in a doubleheader on the road against Hampden Academy. The boys were dealt a 99-63 loss and the girls fell 73-32.

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The following is a recap of reported results:

Boys basketball

Medomak Valley 62, Mount View 46

At Thorndike Dec. 13, the Panthers pulled away from the Mustangs over the final three quarters and prowled to their first win of the season. Medomak Valley led 16-14, 30-18 and 44-34 at the quarter breaks.

Brent Stewart netted 18 points for Medomak Valley, while Gabe Allaire added 16; Ryan Creamer, seven; Alec Coughlin, six; Josh Goldrup, four; Jordan Powell and Nathan Emerson, three; Chris Bowman and Ethan Spear, two; and Ethan Reed, one.

Adam Reed led Mount View with an 18-point effort, while Matt Overlock added eight; Kyle Noble and Max Tomlin, seven; and Logan Curtis, six.

The Panthers were 11-of-17 (65 percent) from the charity stripe, while the Mustangs were 4-of-6 (67 percent).

Hampden Academy 99, Camden Hills 63

At Hampden Dec. 13, the Broncos scored points in droves and galloped past the Windjammers by a lopsided margin. Hampden Academy led 28-19, 47-31 and 73-47 at the quarter breaks.

Ionut Lodge scored 11 points for the Windjammers, while Jesse Fraser added 10; Jeremy Fraser and John Curtin, nine; Noah Heidorn, eight; Michael McGeady and Daniel Peabody, seven; and Ethan Ford, two.

John Wolfington and Ian McIntyre poured in 26 points for the Broncos, while Thomas Raye and Kory Winch added 14; Bryce Lausier, eight; Marc Hutchins, five; Hunter Dougherty, four; and Andy Raye, two.

Camden Hills was 11-of-14 (79 percent) from the foul line, while Hampden Academy was 3-of-6 (50 percent).

Girls basketball

Medomak Valley 68, Mount View 33

At Waldoboro Dec. 13, the Panthers outscored the Mustangs over the 32 minutes and emerged with a 25-point victory. Medomak Valley led 16-8, 32-18 and 44-23 at the quarter breaks.

Gabby DePatsy poured in 24 points in the winning effort for the hosts, while Lydia Simmons added 12; Sadie Cohen, eight; Aubrey Schaeffer, four; Maddy White, three; Cheyenne Nash, Abby Lash and Hattie Watmough, two.

Andrea Crosby netted 21 points for the ‘Stangs, while Shala Davis added six and Katelin Bennett, Paula Miller and Sophia King, two.

Medomak Valley was 4-of-8 (50 percent) from the foul line, while Mount View was 13-of-23 (56 percent).

Oceanside 58, Maranacook 26

At Rockland Dec. 13, the Mariners went on the offensive in the second half and sailed past the Black Bears. Oceanside led 18-10, 28-20 and 41-22 at the quarter breaks.

Kassidy Robinson scored 10 points for Oceanside, while Gabby Simmons added nine; Hannah Moholland and Sara Dorr, eight; Hope Butler, six; Grace Woodman, four; Chloe Jones, three; and Molly Gould, Kalli Grover, Raechel Joyce and Anna Poisson, two.

Robinson grabbed eight rebounds and Joyce five.

Also of note was that Woodman drilled seven 3-pointers in the junior varsity game and one in the varsity game (a rare four-point play no less) to give her eight treys for the two contests.

Kate Mohlar scored six points for Maranacook, while Anna Drillen added five; Gabrielle Green, four; Amanda Goucher, Grace Despres and Kaylee Jones, three; and Sierra Weaver, two.

The Mariners were 6-of-9 (67 percent) from the foul line, while the Black Bears were 2-of-4 (50 percent).

Hampden Academy 73, Camden Hills 32

At Hampden Dec. 13, the Broncos surged past the visiting Windjammers. Hampden Academy led 21-6, 42-10 and 57-20 at the quarter breaks.

MiAe DeWaard tossed in 18 points for Camden Hills, while Miranda Dunton and Audrey Bowman added four and Lauren Miller, Seanna Montgomery and Anya Babb-Brott, two.

Camryn Boucher scored 10 points for Hampden Academy, while Bailey Donovan added nine; Marissa Gilpin and Brooklynn Scott, eight; Braylee Wildman, seven; Amelia McLaughlin and Cassidy Burke, six; Sophia Narofsky, five; Emily Murphy and Peyton Smith, four; and Alydia Bryant and Sadie Francis, three.

The Windjammers were 4-of-14 (29 percent) from the foul line, while the Broncos were 4-of-11 (36 percent).

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