Six games into the high school girls basketball season, occasionally undermanned and relatively young Islesboro has carved out one victory and a few competitive court battles.

The Eagles also stand alone as the school’s lone varsity hoop program this winter.

The Eagles, coached by Krysti Hall, traveled to Hyde School of Bath on Wednesday, Jan. 10 to tangle with the Wolfpack, with hopes of repeating their lone victory of the season — a 62-16 decision on Dec. 11 — but met a much more determined Wolfpack this go-round and would up on the short end of a 40-36 decision.

The islanders had only seven players available for the game with Hyde.

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The following is a breakdown of Islesboro’s most recent four contests:

Hyde 40, Islesboro 36

At Bath Jan. 10, the Eagles rallied to take a late lead, but the Wolfpack responded and netted a four-point win. Islesboro led 8-6 after the first quarter, while Hyde led 22-15 at halftime and 28-22 after three quarters.

Kiesha Scott netted 16 points to pace Islesboro, while Emily Lau added 10; Rylee Sienkiewicz, seven; and Ava Schlottman, three.

Jada Holford scored 18 points to lead Hyde, while Maeve Dunn added 10 and Madison Hughes and Kyra Holdampf six.

The Eagles were 9-of-18 (50 percent) from the charity stripe, while the Wolfpack were 0-of-3.

In the Maine Principals’ Association Heal Point Standings for Class D South, Islesboro (1-5, 3.0769 points) is 10th, while Vinalhaven (7-0, 34.5207 points) is first in the 11-team region. The top eight teams qualify for the playoffs.

Temple Academy 58, Islesboro 44

At Islesboro Dec. 21, the Bereans prevailed over the Eagles. Temple Academy led 14-5, 26-18 and 42-30 at the quarter breaks.

Kiesha Scott scored 21 points for Islesboro, while Emily Lau added 16 and Ava Schlottman seven.

Deleyni Carr scored 21 points for Temple Academy, while Olivia Baker added 12; Daphne Labbe and Selam Heinrich, eight; Sarah Desrosiers, six; Hannah Hubbard, two; and Allison Frankenfield, one.

The Eagles were 9-of-19 (47 percent) from the foul line, while the Bereans were 4-of-7 (57 percent).

Jonesport-Beals 69, Islesboro 32

At Jonesport Dec. 16, the Royals went on a 24-3 third-quarter run and made it two in a row over the Eagles. Jonesport-Beals led 13-9, 35-17 and 59-20 at the quarter breaks.

Emily Lau scored 14 points for the Eagles, while Kiesha Scott added six; Sophie Lau, five; Rylee Sienkiewicz, four; and Ava Schlottman, two.

Kaylee Ireland pumped in 26 points for the Royals, while Alexsis Sproul added 20; Lydia Alley, 12; Ivy Robinson, seven; Reanna Smith, two; and Baileigh Alley and J-Lynn Beal, one.

Islesboro was 5-of-13 (38 percent) from the foul line, while Jonesport-Beals was 9-of-18 (50 percent).

Jonesport-Beals 67, Islesboro 34

At Jonesport Dec. 15, the Royals pounced on the Eagles early and often en route to a lopsided victory. Jonesport-Beals led 23-4, 35-6 and 55-19 at the quarter breaks.

Kiesha Scott tossed in 20 points to lead the islanders, while Emily Lau added seven; Ava Schlottman, six; and Sophie Lau, one.

Alexsis Sproul poured in 29 points to pace the Royals, while Kaylee Ireland added 18; Lydia Alley, six; J-Lynn Beal, four; Reanna Smith and Caitlin Childers, three; and Baileigh Alley and Skyla Libby, two.

Islesboro was 12-of-20 (60 percent) from the foul line, while Jonesport-Beals was 2-of-6 (33 percent).

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