Significant accomplishments — team and individual — were a constant on the hardwood in high school basketball games played on Friday, Jan. 14.

One of the most historic developments came from Medomak Valley senior Trevor Brown, who collected his 1,000th career point as the Panther boys earned a road win at Maine Central Institute of Pittsfield.

Meanwhile, the Panther girls were downed at home by the Huskies.

Additionally, the Oceanside and Searsport boys also emerged victorious in wins over Erskine Academy of South China and Deer Isle-Stonington, while the Viking girls were downed by DI-S.

The court action continued on Monday, Jan. 17 when Searsport earned a split with Bangor Christian, as the Viking girls netted their second win of the campaign.

The following is a recap of reported results:

Boys

Bangor Christian 56, Searsport 47

At Searsport Jan. 17, the Patriots outscored the Vikings 20-10 down the stretch and netted a road victory. The squads were tied 12-12 after the first quarter, while Bangor Christian led 28-19 at halftime. Searsport took a 37-36 edge after three quarters.

Josh Wright scored 14 points for Searsport, while Gage Ellis and Sam Cahill added 11; Tim Smith, 10; and Sean Paige, one.

Jalen Reed netted 20 points for Bangor Christian, while Conrad Staubel added 13 and Jason Libby nine.

The Vikings were 4-of-6 (67 percent) from the charity stripe, while the Patriots were 3-of-9 (33 percent).

Searsport dropped to 3-6.

Medomak Valley 65, Maine Central Institute 43

At Pittsfield Jan. 14, the Panthers hit a program milestone in a 22-point win over the Huskies. Medomak Valley led 17-10, 32-17 and 53-37 at the quarter breaks.

Trevor Brown surpassed the 1,000-point scoring mark for his high school career and became the fifth player in school history to accomplish the feat. He joins Josh Nash, Julie Littlefield, Alanna Vose and Nicholas DePatsy.

Brown entered the game needing 12 points to eclipse the milestone and netted 24 in the victory and has 1,012 career points.

“Trevor has been an integral part of the boys basketball program since third grade,” said Medomak Valley coach Nick DePatsy. “He is one of the best athletes that I have seen in a very long time. Excellent basketball player plus superb athlete equals dangerous talent.”

Brown hit the milestone with 1:30 left in the first half with a layup in the open floor. DePatsy added Brown “is a very coachable player who always welcomes a challenge with a smile.”

“When Trevor gets in the open floor, he is unstoppable getting to the rim,” the veteran coach said.

In the game, Patrick McKenney also scored 20 points in the road win for the Panthers, while Kory Donlin added seven; Finn Parmley, four; Jaiden Starr and Jacob Craig, three; Blake Morrison and Jake Bickmore, two.

Max Bottenfield tallied 13 points for MCI, while Kaythean Martinez added 11; Kyle Hall, eight; Braydon Fitts, four; Carter Bubar, three; and Camden Ray and Caleb Kennedy, two.

The Panthers were 12-of-16 (75 percent) from the foul line, while MCI was 4-of-11 (36 percent).

Medomak Valley improved to 8-3.

Oceanside 69, Erskine Academy 35

At South China Jan. 14, the Mariners made quick work of the host Eagles to the tune of a 34-point victory. Oceanside led 19-9, 30-21 and 46-25 at the quarter breaks.

Carter Galley pumped in 25 points to lead the Mariners, while Bodhi Ames added 13; Austin Chilles, 12; Cohen Galley, nine; Ben Tripp, five; Joey Bell, three; and Andrew Peaco, two.

Cohen Galley also had 11 assists and six steals in the win, while Ames added nine rebounds and six blocked shots.

Kaden Porter scored 15 points to pace the Eagles, while Liam Perfetto added six; Bo Johnson and Landon LeFubure, five; and Kaden Doughty, four.

Oceanside converted 6-of-9 (67 percent) free-throw attempts, while Erskine Academy netted 5-of-10 (50 percent).

Oceanside improved to 8-3.

Searsport 92, Deer Isle-Stonington 28

At Searsport Jan. 14, the Vikings outscored the Mariners 31-2 in the second quarter and used that momentum to prevail in a romp over the visitors. Searsport led 18-6, 49-8 and 61-17 at the quarter breaks.

Josh Wright poured in 34 points to pace the hosts, while Sam Cahill added 12; Gage Ellis, 10; Ashton Ellis, nine; Cole Ellis, eight; Hunter Treat, seven; Tim Smith, six; Oliver Carbisero, three; Charlie Lewis, two; and Sean Paige, one.

Chris Shahan paced DI-S with 12 points, while Julian Spofford and Curtis Brown added five and John McManus and Craig Chase two.

The Vikings were 9-of-18 (50 percent) from the foul line, while the Mariners were 7-of-7 (100 percent).

The Vikings improved to 3-5.

Girls

Searsport 25, Bangor Christian 24

At Searsport Jan. 17, the Vikings edged the visiting Patriots. Searsport led 6-2, 15-11 and 21-19 at the quarter breaks.

Kyla Perkins paced Searsport with 12 points, while Julianna Sprague added five and Abby Astbury and Ellie Cahill four.

Abby Brown keyed Bangor Christian with nine points, while Leah Higgins added six; Tessa Baker, five; and Natalie Todd and Grace Lewis, two.

Both teams were 1-of-6 (17 percent) from the foul line.

Searsport improved to 2-7.

Maine Central Institute 55, Medomak Valley 46

At Waldoboro Jan. 14, the Huskies were on the prowl and passed down to the Panthers a nine-point loss. MCI led 6-3, 22-14 and 36-31 at the quarter breaks.

Autum Ripley led Medomak Valley with 15 points, while Kytana Williamson added 10; Alyssa Creamer, six; Sara Nelson, five; Katherine McKenney and Madilyn Simmons, three; and Zaniah Puchalski and Haley Puchalski, two.

Ripley also had six rebounds and four steals for the Panthers.

Natalie Sites paced MCI with 16 points, while Hannah Robinson added 15; Trinity Leavitt, Danielle Dow and Anna Dospelova, seven; Ella Bernier, two; and and Skyla Dean, one.

The Panthers were 14-of-28 (50 percent) from the foul line, while the Huskies netted 6-of-16 (37 percent) attempts.

The Panthers fell to 7-4.

Deer Isle-Stonington 62, Searsport 21

At Searsport Jan. 14, the Mariners came into the Vikings’ gymnasium and emerged with a lopsided win. Deer Isle-Stonington led 14-9, 34-11 and 41-14 at the quarter breaks.

Julianna Sprague keyed the Vikings with eight points, while Kyla Perkins added seven; Laura Warman, four; and Abby Astbury, two.

Luna Perry-St. Peter led the Mariner offense with 29 points, while Macey Brown added 21.

Searsport was 7-of-17 (41 percent) from the charity stripe, while Deer Isle-Stonington was 7-of-7 (100 percent).

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