The high school basketball seasons for Vinalhaven's teams have been polar opposites.

When the week began, the island girls sat on a 9-0 record, and the top spot in the Class D South standings, but, on the other end of the spectrum, the boys record was 0-11, which put the Vikings last in the same region, as both came into a new week of court action.

The Viking squads were back at home on Monday, Jan. 15, when the teams welcomed Temple Academy of Waterville, for a doubleheader.

The island girls moved their season record to double-digits — and also their win streak to 22 dating back to last season — with a 57-36 victory, while the boys fell in game two of the twinbill 65-36.

The defending state Class D champion Vinalhaven girls also defeated Temple Academy 57-39 on the road on Dec. 30. The boys lost to the Bereans 49-36 the same day.

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The following is a recap of Monday’s games:

Vinalhaven 57, Temple Academy 36

At Vinalhaven Jan. 15, the Vikings continued their impressive campaign with a dominating 57-36 win. Vinalhaven lead 12-2, 30-7 and 51-28 at the quarter breaks.

The Vikings saw three players score in double-figures, led by Cheyenne Bickford with 16 points; Ashlyn Littlefield, 15; Gilleyanne Davis-Oakes, 13; Déja Doughty, eight; Paige Dennison, four; and Hannah Newton, one.

The Bereans were keyed by Delayni Carter with 11 points, as Salem Heinrich added eight; Sarah Derrosiers, six; Daphne Labbe, four; Olivia Baker, three; and Hannah Hubbard and Jamiee Feugill, two.

Vinalhaven finished 10-of-16 (62 percent) from the foul line, while Temple Academy was 2-of-6 (33 percent).

In the Maine Pricipals’ Association Heal Point Standings for Class D South, Vinalhaven (10-0, 57.9158 points) is first in the 11-team region. The top eight teams qualify for the playoffs.

Temple Academy 65, Vinalhaven 36

At Vinalhaven Jan. 15, the Bereans left the island with a hard-fought victory. Temple Academy lead 16-10, 32-24 and 55-31 at the quarter breaks.

Keon Arey paced the hosts with 12 points, while Hunter Ames added eight; Elijah Ames, five; Joe Hopkins, four; Adam Dyer and Tim Farrelly, three; and Mikael Stone, one.

Nikota Kevic and Ilija Ivkovic paced Temple Academy with 19 points, while Nathaniel Wiles and Noah Sawyer added six; Micah Riportella, four; Nathan Riporttella, two.

In the Maine Principals’ Association Heal Point Standings for Class D South, Vinalhaven (0-12, no points) is 12th (last), while Valley of BIngham (8-1, 43.5802 points) is first in the 12-team region. The top eight teams qualify for the playoffs.