The Busline League middle school basketball regular seasons have drawn to a close, with the first few weeks of February used to crown champions across six divisions.

The final standings have been determined and playoff games on the docket, which will lead to the championship rounds on Saturday, Feb. 12 and Monday, Feb. 14 at Troy Howard Middle School in Belfast.

And, after a torrid stretch of games, all six title games have now been set.

The four large school finals will will have games on Saturday at 10 a.m. (8th grade girls), noon (8th grade boys), 2 p.m. (7th grade girls) and 4 p.m. (7th grade boys). The two small school titles will be vied for on Monday, with the girls at 5 p.m. and boys at 7 p.m.

Masked spectators will be allowed at the six title games.

The earliest-round of the playoff games began on Wednesday, Feb. 2, with the majority of postseason contests set for the following week — at the homes of the higher-seeded teams — leading to the championship games.

Large and small school teams have engaged in competition against one another this season, whereas in typical years, play has been more within similar divisions and school class groups.

This change was brought on as teams struggled to play originally-scheduled games due to being rescheduled or canceled, largely due to COVID-19 protocols.

Some teams also opted out of postseason play, while others, such as Vinalhaven and Boothbay, opted out during the regular season due to ongoing COVID-19 concerns.

The boys final standings included: Medomak 7th 8-0, Hope 8-0, Medomak 8th 6-1, Oceanside 8th 8-1, Searsport 5-1, Oceanside 7th 5-1, Camden-Rockport 8th 8-3, South Bristol 8-3, Woolwich 6-3, Lincolnville 5-4, Boothbay 4-4, Great Salt Bay 8th 5-5, Camden-Rockport 7th 3-6, Bristol 3-6, St. George 3-4, Nobleboro 2-6, Troy Howard 8th 1-7, Troy Howard 7th 1-6, Great Salt Bay 7th 1-4, Appleton 1-9, Jefferson 0-6 and Islesboro 0-1.

The girls final standings included: Jefferson 6-0, Great Salt Bay 9-1, Oceanside 8th 8-1, Hope 7-1, Troy Howard 8th 6-2, Medomak 8th 4-4, Camden-Rockport 8-4, Nobleboro 5-4, Woolwich 5-4, Appleton 5-5, Lincolnville 4-5, Medomak 7th 2-5, Boothbay 2-5, St. George 1-6, South Bristol 4-7, Troy Howard 7th 1-5, Wiscasset 1-6 and Bristol 0-8.

The following is a breakdown of postseason results and schedules for participating teams, broken down by division (dates and times listed when available):

Large school eighth-grade boys — In first-round action on Tuesday, Feb. 8, No. 5 Troy Howard beat No. 4 Great Salt Bay, while No. 3 Camden-Rockport bested No. 6 Wiscasset. No. 1 Oceanside and No. 2 Medomak received first-round byes.

In the semifinals, No. 2 Medomak defeated No. 3 Camden-Rockport Wednesday, Feb. 9, while No. 1 Oceanside defeated No. 5 Troy Howard Friday, Feb. 11.

Thus, No. 1 Oceanside and No. 2 Medomak will vie for the league crown.

Large school eighth-grade girls — In first-round action, No. 4 Camden-Rockport beat No. 5 Medomak Monday on Feb. 7, while No. 3 Troy Howard advanced by forfeit over No. 6 Wiscasset. No. 1 Oceanside and No. 2 Great Salt Bay received byes.

In  the semifinals, No. 2 Great Salt Bay defeated No. 3 Troy Howard Wednesday, Feb. 9, while No. 1 Oceanside outlasted No. 4 Camden-Rockport in double-overtime Thursday, Feb. 10.

Thus, No. 1 Oceanside and No. 2 Great Salt Bay will vie for the league title.

Large school seventh-grade boys — In first-round action, No. 4 Troy Howard defeated No. 5 Great Salt Bay on Tuesday, Feb. 8 and lost to No. 1 Medomak in the semifinals Wednesday, Feb. 9. The other semifinal saw No. 2 Oceanside defeat No. 3 Camden-Rockport Thursday, Feb. 10.

Thus, No. 1 Medomak and No. 2 Oceanside will vie for the league title.

Large school seventh-grade girls — With only two teams in the division, No. 1 Medomak and No. 2 Troy Howard advance to the championship game on Saturday, Feb. 12.

Small school boys north — No. 4 Appleton defeated No. 5 Islesboro by forfeit and, ultimately, lost to No. 1 Hope in the semifinals on Monday, Feb. 7. The other semifinal game on Feb. 7 saw No. 2 Searsport defeat No. 3 Lincolnville.

In the north division final Wednesday, Feb. 9, No. 1 Hope defeated No. 2 Searsport.

Small school boys south — First-round games began on Wednesday, Feb. 2 as No. 3 St. George defeated No. 6 Jefferson 44-23 in a game played at South Bristol, while No. 4 Bristol beat No. 5 Nobleboro in a game played on Thursday, Feb. 3.  No. 1 South Bristol and No. 2 Woolwich received byes.

No. 3 St. George knocked off No. 2 Woolwich in a semifinal game on Monday, Feb. 7, while No. 4 Bristol knocked off No. 1 South Bristol Wednesday, Feb. 9 in the other semifinal.

Thus, No. 3 St. George will host No. 4 Bristol in the south final Friday, Feb. 11 at 3:45 p.m.

Small school girls north — First-round games played on Monday, Feb. 7 saw No. 1 Hope defeat No. 4 Searsport, while No. 3 Lincolnville defeated No. 2 Appleton.

In the north division final Wednesday, Feb. 9, No. 1 Hope defeated No. 3 Lincolnville.

Small school girls south — First-round games began on Wednesday, Feb. 2 as No. 5 St. George defeated No. 4 South Bristol 49-14, while No. 3 Woolwich defeated No. 6 Bristol in a contest played on Thursday, Feb. 3. No. 1 Jefferson and No. 2 Nobleboro received byes.

In the semifinal round, No. 1 Jefferson defeated No. 5 St. George Wednesday, Feb. 9, while No. 3 Woolwich beat No. 2 Nobleboro on Monday, Feb. 7.

In the south division final, No. 1 Jefferson then defeated No. 3 Woolwich Thursday, Feb. 10.

Thus, south division champion Jefferson will face north division champion Hope for the league title.

Coaches can report results to MaineStay Media/VillageSoup by emailing game information or by sending photos, taken with a smartphone, of the home and away books, to sports@villagesoup.com. Results also can be reported by calling 594-4401, extension 116.

The following is a recap of reported regular-season results:

Boys

No. 2 Medomak 8th 49, No. 3 Camden-Rockport 33

At Waldoboro Feb. 9, the Riverhawks soared past the Schooners and onto the league championship game.

Wyatt Simmons led Medomak with 15 points, while Luke Cheesman added 13 and Aiden Herring six.

For Camden-Rockport, Evan Kimble scored 15 points and Hollis Schwalm 14.

No. 1 Medomak 7th 40, No. 5 Troy Howard 36

At Waldoboro Feb. 9, the Riverhawks held off a scrappy Lions team and advanced to the league title game. Medomak led 6-4, 20-16 and 29-18 at the quarter breaks.

Landon Starr led Medomak with 14 points, while Kollin Donlin added eight; Liam Feeley and Landon Morrison, five; Wyatt Hood and Noah Taggert, three; and Brayden Nadeau, two.

For Troy Howard, Trevin Ripley led the scoring with 10 points, while Brody Balicki added nine; Landon Gray, eight; Aiden Howard, five; and Cole Garrish and Justin Massey, two.

Playoff: No. 4 Troy Howard 8th 39, No. 5 Great Salt Bay 26

At Belfast Feb. 8, the Lions knocked the Cougars from the postseason with a 13-point win. GSB led 18-12 at halftime before the Lions went on a 27-8 run in the second half to pull away.

Jackson Faulkingham scored 12 points for Troy Howard, while Adam Robson added 11; Colton Luce, five; Jerry Cole and Ben Milliken, four; Jaxon Duval, three; and Dawson Tripp, two.

Seamus Strout and Shawn McFarland led GSB with eight points, while James Hanley and Harrison Thompson added three and Atticus Donaghy and Alva Gandler two.

The Lions were 5-of-13 (38 percent) from the foul line, while the Cougars were 3-of-16 (19 percent).

Playoff: No. 5 Troy Howard 7th 48, No. 4 Great Salt Bay 26

At Belfast Feb. 8, the Lions prowled past the Cougars and onto the next round of the playoffs. Troy Howard led 12-5, 26-13 and 42-14 at the quarter breaks.

Brody Balicki and Trevin Ripley scored 10 points for the winners, while Landon Gray added seven; Cole Garish, six; Justin Massey, five; Connor Faulkingham, four; and Austin Ames, Sebastian Sprague and Toni Fairbrother, two.

Forest Storer scored 14 points for the Cougars, while James Hanley added six; Seamus Strout, four; and Griffin Beavis, two.

Playoff: No. 2 Searsport 43, No. 3 Lincolnville 37

At Searsport Feb. 7, the Vikings held off a late Lynx rally and advanced to the next round of the playoffs. Searsport led 15-10, 27-21 and 40-27 at the quarter breaks.

Ravon Carbisiero led the Vikings with 13 points, while Tucker Heiter tallied 12; Landon Economy, 10; Isaac Traves, six; and Camden Springer, one.

Thomas Leadbetter led the Lynx with 16 points, while Liam Day-Lynch added eight; Mickey Nowell, six; Larkin Mott and Kayden Witham, two; and Cam Gautreau, one.

Playoff: No. 3 St. George 44, No. 6 Jefferson 23

At South Bristol Feb. 2, the Dragons went on a 26-2 second-quarter run and knocked the Chargers from playoff contention. The squads were tied 8-8 after the first quarter, while St. George led 34-10 at halftime and 40-12 after three quarters.

Ezra Miller scored 18 points for St. George, while Jayden Doherty added eight; Kiefer Healey, seven; Finn MItchell, six; and Will Minery, five.

Sullivan Chapman led Jefferson with 12 points, while Caleb Kelly added three and Cooper Powell, Charlie Uleau, Jacob Shanholtzer and Myles Morton, two.

The Dragons were 4-of-11 (36 percent) from the foul line, while the Chargers were 2-of-6 (33 percent).

Camden-Rockport 56, Medomak 8th 47

At Camden Jan. 27, the Schooners sailed past the Riverhawks. Camden-Rockport led 13-10 after the first quarter before Medomak took a 30-25 halftime advantage. The Schooners retook a 44-35 lead after three quarters.

Luke Cheesman and Mason Nguyen scored 20 points for Medomak, while Owen Dostie added eight; Josh Blake and Wyatt Simmons, seven; Jayden Drost, three; and Aiden Herring, two.

Evan Kimble poured in 30 points for Camden-Rockport, while Hollis Schwalm added 20 and Brian Leonard six.

The Schooners were 14-of-23 (61 percent) from the foul line, while the Riverhawks were 1-of-9 (11 percent).

Medomak 8th 48, Boothbay 25

At Waldoboro Jan. 26, the Riverhawks soared past the Wildcats. Medomak led 16-2, 30-10 and 38-17 at the quarter breaks.

Josh Blake scored 10 points for Medomak, while Luke Cheesman added nine; Konner Scofield and Mason Nguyen, six; Dima Cheesman, five; Owen Dostie and Wyatt Simmons, four; and Jayden Drost and Levi Simmons, two.

Simeon Bates scored 11 points for Boothbay, while Lessie White added six; Aiden Jewett, four; and Payton Barter and Harrison Hinkley, two.

The Riverhawks were 2-of-3 (67 percent) from the foul line, while the Wildcats did not attempt a free throw.

Medomak 7th 63, Nobleboro 33

At Nobleboro Jan. 26, the unbeaten Riverhawks proved too tough for the Lions, after a competitive start, as MMS led 16-10, 20-17 and 47-21 at the quarter breaks.

For Medomak, Joe Wilcox, Brayden Nadeau and Noah Taggert scored 10 points; Landon Starr, eight; Kollin Donlin, seven; Clark Elwell, six; Liam Feeley, four; and Landon Morrison, Grady White, Andrew Flanders and Wyatt Hood, two.

For Nobleboro, Otto Giberson netted 12 points; Jacob Hedrick, 10; Josh Ward, four; Oliver Blakesley, three; and Gage Hopkins and Brady Weaver, two.

Camden-Rockport 44, St. George 37

At St. George Jan. 26, the Schooners outlasted the Dragons.

For CRMS, Hollis Schwalm 29 tossed in 29 points and Will Laidlaw six.

For St. George, Kiefer Healey scored 18 points and Andrew Stuart seven.

Medomak 8th 51, Great Salt Bay 23

At Waldoboro Jan. 20, the Riverhawks netted a lopsided win over the Cougars. Medomak led 14-6, 32-11 and 42-19 at the quarter breaks.

Luke Cheesman scored 18 points for the winners, while Mason Nguyen added 12; Owen Dostie, eight; Konner Scofield, five; Josh Blake, four; and Dima Cheesman and Logan Vigue, two.

For GSB, Chase Ober scored 15 points, while Griffin Beavis, Atticus Donaghy, Alva Gandler and Shawn McFarland added two.

Medomak scored 4-of-4 (100 percent) from the foul line, while GSB was 5-of-13 (38 percent).

Medomak 8th 47, Wiscasset 6

At Waldoboro Jan. 19, Medomak held Wiscasset to one field goal and emerged with a lopsided win. Medomak led 13-2, 31-6 and 38-6 at the quarter breaks.

Mason Nguyen and Logan Vigue scored 12 points for the Riverhawks, Jason Pickett and Dima Cheesman added six; Luke Cheesman and Owen Dostie, four; and Josh Blake, three.

Spencer Pinkham scored four points for Wiscasset and Kyle Mank two.

Medomak was 1-of-2 (50 percent) from the foul line, while Wiscasset was 4-of-4 (100 percent).

Medomak 8th 53, Boothbay 10

The Riverhawks held the Wildcats without a field goal in the first half and soared to victory. Medomak led 20-0, 29-1 and 39-5 at the quarter breaks.

Luke Cheesman scored 10 points for Medomak, while Mason Nguyen added eight; Aidyn Herring and Wyatt Simmons, six; Konner Schofield, five; Kaiden Quinn and Jayden Drost, four; and L.J. Houlb, Dima Cheesman and Owen Dostie, two.

Lessie White scored five points for Boothbay, while Simeon Bates and Spencer Wood added two and Peyton Barter one.

The Riverhawks did not attempt a free throw, while the Wildcats were 1-of-8 (12 percent).

Girls

Playoff: No. 1 Oceanside 59, No. 4 Camden-Rockport 58 (2 OT)

At Thomaston Feb. 10, the Mariners outlasted the visiting Schooners in a game that took two overtime periods to settle. Oceanside led 15-11 after the first quarter, while Camden-Rockport led 25-24 at halftime and 38-36 after three quarters. The two squads were knotted 47-47 at the end of regulation.

Kloey Deabler led Oceanside with 23 points, while Grace Mackie added 17; Abby Stackpole, nine; Addie Poland and Baylee Hanson, five; and Laney Fales, two.

For Camden-Rockport, Maya Stone scored 20 points, while Maddie Cronkite added 11; Hannah Stowe, 10; Lilly Johnson and Marilou Mayhorn, six; and Rita Haslam, five.

The Mariners were 10-of-25 (40 percent) from the foul line, while the Schooners were 14-of-27 (52 percent).

Playoff: No. 4 Camden-Rockport 35, No. 5 Medomak 29

At Rockport Feb. 7, the Schooners sailed onto the next round with a six-point win over the Riverhawks. Camden-Rockport led 13-6, 19-14 and 25-16 at the quarter breaks.

Maya Stone led the Schooners with 18 points, while Maddie Cronkite added nine; Marilou Mayhorn, six; and Rita Haslam, two.

Izzy Simmons led the Riverhawks with 12 points, while Kendall Simmons added five; Chloe Fox and Claudia Feely, four; and Julia Hynd, two.

Camden-Rockport was 9-of-25 (36 percent) from the foul line, while Medomak was 4-of-15 (27 percent).

Playoff: No. 5 St. George 49, No. 4 South Bristol 14

At South Bristol Feb. 2, the Dragons emerged victorious with a lopsided win over the Mariners. St. George led 12-2, 28-2 and 41-4 at the quarter breaks.

Violet Ward paced the Dragons with 22 points, while Madelyn MacCaffrey added eight; Zoe Hufnagel, six; Karly Putansu, four; Willow Miller, three; and Meg Kivus, Isabelle Minery and Olivia Myers, two.

Yzze Bhe led the Mariners with eight points, while Autumn Brewer, Mercy Buchwalder and Avalee Brightman-Uhl added two.

St. George was 1-of-4 (25 percent) from the foul line, while South Bristol did not attempt a free throw.

Oceanside 7th/8th 46, St. George 23

At St. George, Jan. 28, the Mariners used players from two teams to play the host Dragons. Oceanside led 17-2, 25-4 and 36-10 at the quarter breaks.

For Oceanside, Abby Stackpole tallied 15 points; Grace Mackie, 12; Kloey Deabler, 10; Addie Poland, five; and Abigail Reid, two. The Mariners finished 5-of-6 (83 percent) from the foul line and got two three-pointers from Mackie and one from Stackpole.

Violet Ward, Willow Miller, Karly Putansu and Zoe Hufnagel paced the Dragons.

Camden-Rockport 30, Medomak 29

At Camden Jan. 27, the Schooners nipped the Riverhawks in a competitive affair.

For CRMS, Maddie Cronkite netted 13 points, while Maya Stone added seven.

For the Riverhawks, Izzy Simmons and Kendall Simmons scored seven points, while Alyssa Smith added six.

Camden-Rockport 31, St. George 24

At St. George Jan. 26, the Schooners outlasted the Dragons.

For CRMS, Maya Stone scored 12 points, while Maddie Cronkite added nine and Hannah Stowe six.

Karly Putansu scored 16 points for St. George, while Zoe Hufnagel added six.

Nobleboro 33, Medomak 7th 30

At Nobleboro Jan. 26, the hosts pulled out the victory. The Riverhawks led 8-6 after one quarter before Nobleboro grabbed a 13-12 halftime edge. MMS led 27-23 after three stanzas.

For MMS, Grace Havener tallied 11 points; Lilly Hills, seven; and Paige Gerlack, Sidney Nicholls and Rachel Barbour, four.

For Nobleboro, Rowan Coffin tallied eight points; Claire Ward, seven; Lily Labrie, six; Brea Lafrenaye and Neptune Martin, four; and Lily Smith and Ayesha Giberson, two.

Oceanside 7th 38, Camden-Rockport 29

At Thomason Jan. 20, the Mariner bested the Schooners, as they led 15-9 after one stanza, but trailed 21-20 at halftime. Oceanside outscored CRMS 18-8 the rest of the way.

For the Mariners, Abby Stackpole tallied 17 points; Kloey Deabler, 13; Addie Poland, six; and Grace Mackie, two. Oceanside made 6-of-13 free throws (46 percent) and got three treys from Stackpole and one from Poland.

For the Schooners, Maddie Cronkite tallied 11 points; Maya Stone, 10; Rita Haslam, four; and Brooklyn Rollins and Hannah Stowe, two. CRMS missed five foul shots and got two three-pointers from Stone and one from Cronkite.

Oceanside 7th 23, St. George 19

At St. George Jan. 19, the Mariners outlasted the Dragons. Oceanside led 10-7, 19-11 and 21-11 at the quarter breaks.

For the Mariners, Abby Stackpole tallied 15 points, while Addie Poland, Laney Fales, Grace Mackie and Abigail Reid added two. Stackpole made a three-pointer.

For the Dragons, Zoe Hufnagel netted seven points; Karly Putansu and Violet Ward, four; and Willow Miller and Madelyn MacCaffray, two. The hosts finished 1-of-2 (50 percent) from the foul line.

Troy Howard 8th grade girls recap (dates and venues for these contests were unavailable):

Troy Howard 8th 39, Hope 42

The Lions roared past the Hawks and were led by Jordyn McKay with 14 points, while Alanna Nichols added 11; Gracie Moore, eight; and Payten Wadsworth, six.

Troy Howard 8th 62, Medomak 8

The Lions picked up a lopsided win over the Riverhawks.

The Troy Howard offense was led by Jordan McKay with 20 points, while Gracie Moore added 14; Payten Wadsworth, nine; Mia Oliphant and Nikki Shorey, six; Laura Carpenter, five; and Alanna Nichols, two.

Olivia McMurrin, Grace Havener, Molly Emerson and Lilly Hills each scored two points.

Camden-Rockport 31, Troy Howard 8th 26

The Schooners sailed past the Lions and netted a five-point win.

Maddie Cronkite scored 13 points for Camden-Rockport, while Maya Stone added eight; Rita Haslam, five; Hannah Stowe, three; and Brooklyn Rollins, two.

Jordan McKay scored eight points for Troy Howard, while Nikki Shorey added six; Payten Wadsworth and Gracie Moore, five; and Alanna Nichols, two.

Troy Howard 8th 36, Lincolnville 6

Jordan McKay scored 12 points for the Lions, while Payten Wadsworth added seven; Alanna Nichols, six; Mia Elephant, four; Laura Carpenter, three; and Gracie Moore and Jenna Staples, two.

Maren Johnson scored all six points for the Lynx.

Troy Howard 8th 33, Camden-Rockport 7

The Lions prowled past the Schooners.

Jordyn McKay scored 14 points for Troy Howard, while Payten Wadsworth added seven; Gracie Moore and Alanna Nichols, four; and Laura Carpenter and Nikki Shorey, two.

Maya Stone, Marilou Mayhom and Brooklyn Rollins each scored two points for Camden-Rockport, while Lilly Johnson added one.

Troy Howard 8th 38, Lincolnville 15

The Lions netted a 23-point win over the Lynx.

Payten Wadsworth scored 16 points for the winners, while Jordyn McKay added nine; Alanna Nichols, seven; and Mia Elephant, Chantel Levesque and Nikki Shorey two.

Natalie Bolduc scored seven points for Lincolnville, while Liana Talty and Maddy St. Charles added four.

Troy Howard 8th 72, South Bristol 14

The Lions made quick work of the Mariners.

Jordyn McKay tossed in 20 points to lead Troy Howard, while Alanna Nichols and Story Carlson added 10; Gracie Moore, Nikki Shorey and Payten Wadsworth, eight; Chantel Levesque, four; and Mia Oliphant and Jenna Staples, two.

Yzee Bhe scored 10 points for South Bristol, while Maya Redonett and Avalee Brightman-Uhl added two.

Troy Howard 8th 43, Searsport 10

The Lions roared past the Vikings.

Payten Wadsworth scored 15 points for the Lions, while Jordyn McKay added 10; Alanna Nichols, seven; Story Carlson, four; Mia Oliphant, Laura Carpenter and Chantel Levesque, two; and Jenna Staples, one.

Amelia Seekins led Searsport with six points, while Katlyn Ryan and Cora Lockhart added two.

MaineStay Media/VillageSoup sports staff can be reached by email at sports@villagesoup.com.