It was an up-and-down weekend for Midcoast high school basketball teams Friday and Saturday, Jan. 19-20 as Oceanside, Camden Hills, Medomak Valley, Vinalhaven and North Haven were in action on the hardwood.

In particular, it was a banner weekend for the Vikings, who posted a pair of road victories over Highview Christian. The Vinalhaven girls, the defending state Class D champions, are undefeated on the season, while the boys ride a three-game win streak.

Oceanside netted wins over Maine Central Institute of Pittsfield, while the Medomak Valley boys enjoyed a triumph over Morse of Bath.

Additionally, with the Panther boys win Friday, that marked the 1,000th victory combined for the Medomak Valley boys and girls varsity court programs. The school opened in late 1960s. The boys are 599 and girls at 401.

Finally, Nokomis of Newport dealt Camden Hills a pair of losses.

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The following is a recap of reported results:

Girls basketball

Vinalhaven 54, Highview Christian 27

At Charleston Jan. 20, the Vikings doubled up the Knights and remained unbeaten on the campaign. Vinalhaven led 26-9, 34-17 and 48-23 at the quarter breaks.

Ashlyn Littlefield scored 19 points for Vinalhaven, while Paige Dennison added 11; Déja Doughty and Gilleyanne Davis-Oakes, eight; Hannah Newton, six; and Justice Grant, two.

Doughty also had 10 rebounds, 10 assists and six steals, while Dennison added four assists and Davis-Oakes three rebounds.

Cassidy Lessner scored 15 points for Highview Christian, while Megan McDonald added eight and Emilie Pomerleau and Javena Philbrick two.

The Vikings were 1-of-3 (33 percent) from the foul line, while the Highview Christian netted 8-of-14 (57 percent) attempts.

In the Maine Principals’ Association Heal Point Standings for Class D South, Vinalhaven (12-0, 75.0763 points) is the top team in the 11-team region. The top eight teams qualify for the playoffs.

Kents Hill 44, North Haven 24

At North Haven Jan. 20, the visitors netted a 20-point win over the Hawks. Kents Hill led 19-6, 28-14 and 35-17 at the quarter breaks.

Sierra Koerber-Marx and Mercedes Sparhawk scored seven points for North Haven, while Layla Sparhawk added six and Thananya Srilekdee and Irene Prescott two. Layla Sparhawk also had 16 rebounds and five blocked shots.

Tiffany McGhie scored 15 points for Kents Hill, while Danielle Eid netted nine; Lauren Murray, eight; Jarni Hewins, four; Gillian Comer, three; Vanessa Tebesigwa and Leah Herbin, two; and Sunny Yan, one.

The Hawks were 2-of-12 (17 percent) from the foul line, while the visitors were 11-of-16 (69 percent).

In the Maine Principals’ Association Heal Point Standings for Class D South, North Haven (1-8, 2.3611 points) is 11th, while Vinalhaven (12-0, 75.0763 points) is first in the 11-team region. The top eight teams qualify for the playoffs.

Oceanside 59, Maine Central Institute 47

At Rockland Jan. 19, the Mariners knocked off the visiting Huskies. Oceanside led 18-9, 26-19 and 42-38 at the quarter breaks.

Gabby Simmons scored 16 points for Oceanside, while Hannah Moholland added 11; Raechel Joyce and Sara Dorr, 10; Kassidy Robinson, six; Hope Butler, four; and Abby Veilleux, two.

April McAlpine tossed in 20 points for MCI, while Sarah Linkletter added eight; Christa Carr and Dee Urena, six; Sydney Farrar, five; and Claudia Fernandez, two.

The Mariners were 17-of-28 (61 percent) from the charity stripe, while the Huskies were 11-of-17 (65 percent).

In the Maine Principals’ Association Heal Point Standings for Class B North, Oceanside (6-6, 27.7160 points) is eighth, while John Bapst of Bangor (10-1, 72.3457 points) is first in the 16-team region. The top 11 teams qualify for the playoffs.

Nokomis 46, Camden Hills 30

At Newport Jan. 19, the Windjammers were held scoreless in the fourth quarter as the Warriors netted their sixth win. The squads were tied 8-8 after the first quarter, while Camden Hills led 21-19 at halftime. Nokomis led 33-30 after three quarters.

MiAe DeWaard scored 13 points for Camden Hills, while Seanna Montgomery added six; Mya Wiley, five; Lauren Miller, four; and Laticia Billings, two.

Maci Leali scored 14 points for Nokomis, while Hanna Meservey added 12; Alexys Mayhew, nine; Austin Leighton, four; Maya Cooney, Makenzy Elderkin and Abigail LaPrade, two; and Chelsea Crockett, one.

The Windjammers were 9-of-14 (64 percent) from the free-throw line, while the Warriors were 12-of-17 (70 percent).

In the Maine Principals’ Association Heal Point Standings for Class A North, Camden Hills 1-11, 3.6420 points) is 10th, while Hampden Academy (12-1, 77.7160 points) is first in the 12-team region. The top eight teams qualify for the playoffs.

Vinalhaven 57, Highview Christian 27

At Charleston Jan. 19, the Vikings pounced on the Knights early and coasted to victory. Vinalhaven led 21-5, 40-11 and 52-20 at the quarter breaks.

Ashlyn Littlefield scored 22 points for the winners, while Gilleyanne Davis-Oakes added nine; Déja Doughty and Hannah Newton, eight; Paige Dennison and Cheyenne Bickford, three; and Shyanne Warren and Corey Lazaro, two.

Doughty also had eight rebounds and five assists, while Newton (8 rebounds), Davis-Oakes (6 rebounds), Dennison (5 assists) and Bickford (2 rebounds) also had strong statistical efforts.

Megan McDonald scored 10 points for the Knights, while Cassidy Lessner added six; Javona Philbrick, five; Katelyn Shaw, four; and Emilie Pomerleau, two.

Vinalhaven was 4-of-7 (57 percent) from the foul line, while Highview Christian was 4-of-9 (44 percent).

Boys basketball

A.R. Gould 93, North Haven 21

At Portland Jan. 20, the Bears went on the offensive in a big way and prowled past the Hawks. A.R. Gould led 24-10, 55-18 and 80-19 at the quarter breaks.

Vincent Colvino scored six points for the Hawks, while Brandon Brown added five; Tyrese Edwards and Peyton Cooper, four; and Colby Beverage, two.

Eric Lagrange poured in 25 points for the Bears, while Tristan Chamberlain added 18; Malakai Brimage, 16; Kyle Hurd, 14; Garrett Cole, 12; Alex Shoureas, six; and Damian Walter, two.

The Hawks were 9-of-13 (69 percent) from the foul line, while the Bears did not attempt a free throw.

In the Maine Principals’ Association Heal Point Standings for Class D South, North Haven (3-8, 3.6111 points) is 11th, while Valley of Bingham (10-2, 62.5309 points) is first in the 12-team region. The top eight teams qualify for the playoffs.

Vinalhaven 51, Highview Christian 39

At Bangor Jan. 20, the Vikings prevailed in their third straight game with a win over the Knights. Vinalhaven led 15-1, 27-12 and 39-28 at the quarter breaks.

Mitchell Hopkins scored 11 points for Vinalhaven, while Keon Arey added 10; Mikael Stone and Joe Hopkins, nine; Tim Farrelly, six; Elijah Ames, four; and Adam Dyer, two.

David Stanley netted 15 points for Highview Christian, while T.J. Sheldon added 13; Ben Jost, nine; and Noah Kepple, two.

The Vikings were 5-of-9 (56 percent) from the foul line, while the Knights were 3-of-6 (50 percent).

In the Maine Principals’ Association Heal Point Standings for Class D South, Vinalhaven (3-12, 7.7392 points) is ninth, while Valley of Bingham (10-2, 62.5309 points) is first in the 12-team region. The top eight teams qualify for the playoffs.

Medomak Valley 48, Morse 34

At Waldoboro Jan. 19, the Panthers pounced on their seventh win of the campaign. Medomak Valley led 11-8, 24-16 and 41-23 at the quarter breaks.

Ryan Creamer and Nathan Emerson scored 10 points for the Panthers, while Gabe Allaire and Josh Goldrup added nine and Chris Bowman and Alec Coughlin five. Emerson and Goldrup added six rebounds and Allaire five caroms.

Thomas Warren led the Shipbuilders with 14 points, while Parker Onorato added 11; Josh Doughty, Jack Harrington, Lukas Osterhout and De’Anthony Echols, two; and Kaleb Jackson, one.

Medomak Valley was 4-of-8 (50 percent) from the foul line, while Morse was 13-of-18 (72 percent).

In the Maine Principals’ Association Heal Point Standings for Class A North, Medomak Valley (7-4, 27.0370 points) is ninth, while Hampden Academy (12-1, 86.2346 points) is first in the 12-team region. The top eight teams qualify for the playoffs.

Vinalhaven 51, Highview Christian 36

At Bangor Jan. 19, the Vikings netted a 15-point win over the Knights. Vinalhaven led 13-10, 28-12 and 45-15 at the quarter breaks.

Mikael Stone scored 11 points for the islanders, while Elijah Ames added 10; Keon Arey and Joe Hopkins, eight; Mitchell Hopkins, six; Tim Farrelly, four; and Mark Augusto and Hunter Ames, two.

David Stanley led the Knights with 14 points, while Ben Jost and T.J. Sheldon added 11.

Vinalhaven was 5-of-6 (83 percent) from the foul line, while Highview Christian was 3-of-4 (75 percent).

Oceanside 55, Maine Central Institute 39

At Pittsfield Jan. 19, the Mariners halted their three-game losing streak and sailed past the host Huskies. Maine Central Institute led 11-6 after the first quarter, while Oceanside led 26-17 at halftime and 34-29 after three quarters.

Mike Norton Jr. poured in a whopping 35 points to pace the Mariners, while Jack Lombardo added seven; Trevor Reed and Cooper Wirkala, four; and Josh Peaco, three; and Amos Anderson, two.

Norton also pulled down seven rebounds, while Reed and Wirkala dished out four assists.

Owen Williams scored 10 points for MCI, while Adam Bertrand added nine; Daniel Garamvolgyi, seven; Joseph Cloutier, four; and Felix Palencia, two.

Oceanside was 15-of-18 (83 percent) from the charity stripe, while MCI was 4-of-11 (36 percent).

In the Maine Principals’ Association Heal Point Standings for Class B North, Oceanside (7-5, 45.8025 points) is fourth, while Hermon (11-0, 77.0370 points) is first in the 16-team region. The top 11 teams qualify for the playoffs.

Nokomis 60, Camden Hills 54

At Newport Jan. 19, the Windjammers rallied in the fourth quarter, but could not complete the comeback as the Warriors held on for the win. Nokomis led 16-10, 31-18 and 49-34 at the quarter breaks.

Noah Heidorn and Daniel Peabody scored 18 points to lead Camden Hills, while John Curtin added nine; Michael McGeady, four; Michael Kremin, three; and Jesse Fraser, two.

Zach Hartsgrove paced the winners with 16 points, while Josh Smestad added 15; Josh Perry, nine; Brendon Noyes, eight; Hayden Black, five; Brock, three; and Jayden Brooks and Andrew Haining, two.

The Windjammers were 8-of-14 (57 percent) from the foul line, while the Warriors were 14-of-20 (70 percent).

In the Maine Principals’ Association Heal Point Standings for Class A North, Camden Hills (7-5, 34.5679 points) is fifth, while Hampden Academy (12-1, 84.9383 points) is first in the 12-team region. The top eight teams qualify for the playoffs.

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