Five games beat the rain, sleet and snow on Thursday, Feb. 3, which resulted in a mixed bag of results for high school basketball teams from Vinalhaven, Medomak Valley of Waldoboro, Camden Hills of Rockport and Mount View of Thorndike.

The Panther and Windjammer boys — along with Mustang girls — netted wins, while the Vikings fell in road games against Rangeley in Waterville.

Vinalhaven’s Maddie Miller, left, and Rangeley’s Cheyanne Avery. Photo by Mark Haskell

The following is a recap of those five contests:

Boys

Rangeley 67, Vinalhaven 42

At Waterville Feb. 3, the Lakers netted a 25-point win over the Vikings. Rangeley led 17-13, 39-25 and 48-36 at the quarter breaks.

Sam Wentworth scored 13 points for the islanders, while Lincoln Dennison added eight; Kyle Grant, seven; Robbie Swears, six; Colby Beverage and Joe Lazaro, four.

Trevor Dolbier netted 17 points for the Lakers, while Boden Washington added 14; Chase Carmichael, 13; Malcolm Balch, 10; Barrett Quimby, seven; Anthony Whittier, four; and Zack Madrid, two.

The Vikings were 4-of-4 (100 percent) from the foul line, while the Lakers were 6-of-20 (30 percent).

Vinalhaven dropped to 3-4.

Medomak Valley 66, Winslow 40

At Waldoboro Feb. 3, the Panthers prowled to their 10th straight victory, this time over the Black Raiders. Medomak Valley led 15-6, 29-18 and 56-33 at the quarter breaks.

Trevor Brown poured in 27 points to lead Medomak Valley, while Jacob Craig added 11; Patrick McKenney, 10; Jaiden Starr, eight; Finn Parmley, four; Kory Donlin and Jake Bickmore, three. Bickmore also added eight rebounds and McKenney eight assists.

For Winslow, with first names unavailable, J. Reynolds scored 14 points, while N. Girard added 12; L. Boucher, seven; A. Poulin, five; and B. Rodrigue, two.

The Panthers were 2-of-6 (33 percent) from the foul line, while the Black Raiders were 4-of-10 (40 percent).

Medomak Valley improved to 13-3.

Vinalhaven’s Kyle Grant. Photo by Mark Haskell

Camden Hills 74, Messalonskee 49

At Rockport Feb. 3, the Windjammers outscored the Eagles of Oakland in the four stanzas and sailed to a lopsided win. Camden Hills led 15-13, 42-28 and 56-40 at the quarter breaks.

Westen DeWaard scored 20 points for the Windjammers, while Hunter Norton tallied 12; Quincy Messer, 10; Dylan Morgenstern, seven; Ryan Clifford, six; Hunter Bell and Liam O’Neal, five; Eben Fagonde, four; Aidan O’Connell, three; and Manuel Rivera, two.

For the Eagles, with first names unavailable, A. Doran scored 17 points, while S. Dube added eight; M. Smith and J. Love, six; O. Axelson and B. Roderick, four; J. Moody and D. Parent, two.

Camden Hills finished 12-of-14 (86 percent) from the foul line, while Messalonskee was 13-of-17 (76 percent).

Camden Hills improved to 6-7.

Vinalhaven’s Becca Osgood. Photo by Mark Haskell

Girls

Rangeley 71, Vinalhaven 32

At Waterville Feb. 2, the Lakers stormed from the gate to net a lopsided win over the islanders. Rangeley led 25-2, 41-11 and 55-18 at the quarter breaks.

Maddie Miller scored 17 points for Vinalhaven, while Lydia Wentworth added eight; Adele Wadsworth, four; and Myra Mills, three.

Emily Eastlack scored 19 points for Rangeley, while Isa Whittier added 18; Ninnie Larochelle, 14; Cheyanne Avery, 10; Jazmyn Robishaw, eight; and Emma Grant, two.

The Vikings were 7-of-14 (50 percent) from the charity stripe, while the Lakers were 5-of-5 (100 percent).

Vinalhaven dropped to 0-7.

Mount View 55, Washington Academy 41

At Thorndike Feb. 3, the Mustangs galloped past the visiting Raiders. Mount View led 10-4, 27-12 and 40-30 at the quarter breaks.

Hannah Coolen’s 28 points keyed Mount View, while Kayleigh Dunton tossed in 11; Ari Bradeen, six; Savannah Lorenz, four; and Kricket Thompson, Carli Finn and Syd Vogel, two.

Kelci Williams scored 11 points for WA, while Addison Williams added nine; Cariota Echerritar, eight; Raeannah Reynolds, five; Savannah Crowley, Sarah Moulton and Marissa Cates, two; and Rachel Vose and Isabella Crowley, one.

The Mustangs were 14-of-20 (70 percent) from the charity stripe, while the Raiders were 13-of-26 (50 percent).

Mount View improved to 6-8.

Vinalhaven’s Lydia Wentworth, right, and Rangeley’s Jazmyn Robishaw. Photo by Mark Haskell

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