As a handful of high school basketball teams continue to jockey for playoff position, it was a clean sweep for Midcoast squads on the hardwood Wednesday and Thursday, Jan. 24-25.

The Vinalhaven girls netted two wins in two days, in makeup games, over Pine Tree Academy, Wednesday and Thursday, while the Oceanside teams collected wins over Maranacook of Readfield on Wednesday.

In additional games on Thursday, Camden Hills swept Erskine Academy of South China, while the Medomak Valley and Oceanside boys and girls split with Lincoln Academy of Newcastle and Mount View of Thorndike, respectively, as North Haven squads fell to Pine Tree Academy.

Additional results from recent games will appear soon with this story.

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The following is a recap of reported results:

Girls basketball

Mount View 41, Oceanside 27

At Thorndike Jan. 25, the Mustangs galloped to their second win of the season, this time over the Mariners. Oceanside led 10-4 after the first quarter and 17-16 at halftime, while Mount View took a 31-22 lead after three quarters.

Andrea Crosby scored 16 points for Mount View, while Shala Davis added 11; Alex Fountain, six; Paula Miller, four; and Kate Bennett and Sophia King, two.

Sara Dorr and Hope Butler each scored six points for Oceanside, while Chloe Jones and Gabby Simmons added five; Kalli Grover, three; and Hannah Moholland, two.

The Mustangs were 14-of-19 (74 percent) from the foul line, while the Mariners were 8-of-15 (53 percent).

In the Maine Principals’ Association Heal Point Standings for Class B North, Oceanside (7-7, 34.8765 points) is eighth, while John Bapst of Bangor (11-2, 86.4198 points) is first in the 16-team region. The top 11 teams qualify for the playoffs.

Camden Hills 59, Erskine Academy 49

At South China Jan. 25, the Windjammers sailed past the Eagles. Camden Hills led 10-8, 29-18 and 42-30 at the quarter breaks.

Mya Wiley led Camden Hills with 12 points, while Laticia Billings added 11; MiAe DeWaard and Lauren Miller, 10; Audrey Bowman, eight; Miranda Dunton, four; Nicole Brown, three.

Joanna Linscott netted 18 points for Erskine Academy, while Alyssa Savage added 13; Bailey Cloutier, 10; Liz Sugg, three; and Lydia Boucher and Jordan Linscott, two.

The Windjammers were 14-of-34 (41 percent) from the foul line, while the Eagles were 7-of-13 (54 percent).

In the Maine Principals’ Association Heal Point Standings for Class A North, Camden Hills (2-11, 7.2840 points) is 10th, while Hampden Academy (12-2, 87.6543 points) is first in the 12-team region. The top eight teams qualify for the playoffs.

Pine Tree Academy 24, North Haven 23

At North Haven Jan. 25, the Hawks lost a heartbreaker — to the Breakers. The squads were tied 8-8 after the first eight minutes, while Pine Tree Academy led 15-14 at halftime and 21-19 after three quarters.

Mercedes Sparhawk scored 16 points for the islanders, while Layla Sparhawk added seven. Mercedes Sparhawk (9 rebounds, 3 blocked shots), Layla Sparhawk (12 rebounds, 4 blocks) and Sierra Koerber-Marx (11 rebounds, 2 blocks) also turned in strong statistical efforts for the hosts.

Adriana DePalma scored 11 points for the Breakers, while Agnes Miongo added nine and Emily Schlisner and Renee Pickard two.

North Haven was 3-of-12 (25 percent) from the foul line, while Pine Tree Academy was 0-of-4.

In the Maine Principals’ Association Heal Point Standings for Class D South, North Haven (1-9, 2.3611 points) is 11th, while Vinalhaven (14-0, 83.4713 points) is first in the 11-team region. The top eight teams qualify for the playoffs.

Vinalhaven 54, Pine Tree Academy 26

At Vinalhaven Jan. 25, the Vikings remained unbeaten on the campaign with a lopsided win over the Breakers. Vinalhaven led 26-5, 34-11 and 48-17 at the quarter breaks.

Paige Dennison led the balanced Vinalhaven attack with 13 points, while Déja Doughty added 12; Gilleyanne Davis-Oakes, 11; Ashlyn Littlefield, eight; Cheyenne Bickford, four; and Shyanne Warren, Corey Lazaro and Justice Grant, two.

Adriana DePalma scored eight points for Pine Tree Academy, while Natalie Marden and Agnes Miongo added seven and Emily Schlisner four.

The Vikings were 5-of-8 (62 percent) from the foul line, while the Breakers were 2-of-5 (40 percent).

In the Maine Principals’ Association Heal Point Standings for Class D South, Vinalhaven (14-0, 83.4713 points) is first in the 11-team region. The top eight teams qualify for the playoffs.

The Vikings are the defending state Class D champions and have won 29 straight games dating back to last season.

Oceanside 48, Maranacook 29

At Readfield Jan. 24, the Mariners returned to above .500 with a triumph over the Black Bears.

Gabby Simmons tossed in 17 points for Oceanside, while Hope Butler and Abby Veilleux added eight; Chloe Jones, five; and Sara Dorr, Kalli Grover and Kassidy Robinson, two. Veilleux also had 11 rebounds, Dorr seven and Butler six.

Oceanside was 9-of-13 (69 percent) from the foul line.

Information for Maranacook was unavailable.

Vinalhaven 64, Pine Tree Academy 34

At Vinalhaven Jan. 24, the Vikings sailed to a large first-quarter lead and surged past the visiting Breakers. Vinalhaven led 25-6, 45-13 and 53-21 at the quarter breaks.

Gilleyanne Davis-Oakes poured in 26 points for the islanders, while Ashlyn Littlefield added 17; Cheyenne Bickford, 12; Justice Grant, seven; and Déja Doughty, two.

Emily Schlisner scored 11 points for the Breakers, while Adriana DePalma netted nine; Agnes Miongo, eight; and Renee Pickard, six.

The Vikings were 13-of-20 (65 percent) from the foul line, while the Breakers were 1-of-6 (17 percent).

Boys basketball

Oceanside 70, Mount View 36

At Rockland Jan. 25, the Mariners held the Mustangs to one first-quarter field goal and rode that momentum to a lopsided win. Oceanside led 19-3, 30-10 and 55-18 at the quarter breaks.

Mike Norton Jr. scored 21 points for the Mariners, while Trevor Reed added nine; Cooper Wirkala, eight; Nate Coombs, six; Jack Lombardo, Brett Start and Amos Anderson, four; Jack Freeman and Silas Miller, three; Cam Kingsbury, Leo Reid and Josh Peaco, two; and Dustin Cote and Jaden Martin, one.

Adam Reed scored eight points for the Mustangs, while Brennan Grant added seven; Josh Larrabee and Neal Kenney, six; Kyle Noble, five; and Mathew Keating, four.

Oceanside was 6-of-10 (60 percent) from the foul line, while Mount View was 12-of-16 (75 percent).

In the Maine Principals’ Association Heal Point Standings for Class B North, Oceanside (9-5, 61.2963 points) is fourth, while Hermon (13-0, 105.0617 points) is first in the 16-team region. The top 11 teams qualify for the playoffs.

Camden Hills 49, Erskine Academy 44

At Rockport Jan. 25, the Windjammers held off a late rally to prevail by five points over the Eagles. Camden Hills led 17-7, 30-18 and 36-35 at the quarter breaks.

Michael Kremin and Daniel Peabody scored 12 points for Camden Hills, while John Curtin added 11; Noah Heidorn, 10; and Ionut Lodge and Ethan Ford, two.

Jack Jowett scored 18 points for Erskine Academy, while Caden Turcotte added 12; Braden Soule, seven; Gavin Blanchard, three; and Austin Dunn and Jacob Prawl, two.

The Windjammers were 5-of-5 (100 percent) from the foul line, while the Eagles were 4-of-6 (67 percent).

In the Maine Principals’ Association Heal Point Standings for Class A North, Camden Hills (8-5, 43.1481 points) is fourth, while Hampden Academy (13-1, 98.5802 points) is first in the 12-team region. The top eight teams qualify for the playoffs.

Pine Tree Academy 66, North Haven 36

At North Haven Jan. 25, the Breakers jumped to a sizable early lead and prevailed over the Hawks. Pine Tree Academy led 22-11, 37-20 and 57-24 at the quarter breaks.

Brandon Brown scored nine points for the islanders, while Sean Haskell added eight; Tyrese Edwards, six; Vincent Colvino, five; Peyton Cooper, four; Colby Beverage, three; and Marten Dunn, two.

Jared Tanaleaa and Alex Schlisner netted 19 points for the Breakers, while Chris Amisi added 13; Levi Miongo, nine; Noraj Jean-Louis, four; and Aiden Smestad, two.

The Hawks were 4-of-8 (50 percent) from the foul line, while the Breakers were 8-of-17 (47 percent).

In the Maine Principals’ Association Heal Point Standings for Class D South, North Haven (3-9, 3.6111 points) is 11th, while Greenville (11-2, 73.1327 points) is first in the 12-team region. The top eight teams qualify for the playoffs.

Oceanside 81, Maranacook 62

At Rockland Jan. 24, the Mariners equaled their highest scoring output of the season with a win over the Black Bears. Oceanside led 20-15, 43-31 and 67-45 at the quarter breaks.

Mike Norton Jr. dumped in 31 points to pace the Mariners, while Cooper Wirkala added 12; Jack Lombardo, nine; Josh Peaco, eight; Leo Reid, four; Amos Anderson, two; and Elliot Lucier, one.

Additional efforts from Wirkala (8 rebounds), Peaco (7 rebounds), Norton (6 rebounds), Lombardo (5 rebounds), Reid 5 rebounds) and Reid (4 steals) also factored in for the hosts.

Cash McClure and Bryan Ripley led Maranacook with 13 points, while Silas Mohlar added 12; Dan Gerard and Mitch Root, seven; Gavin Towers and Joey Dupon, three; and Jarred Schmidt and Jackson McPhedron, two.

The Mariners connected on 22-of-29 (76 percent) from the charity stripe, while the Black Bears were 8-of-8 (100 percent).

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