ROCKLAND — The Oceanside High School boys junior varsity and freshmen basketball teams combined to experience 24 wins and a mere loss during the 2021-22 season, and hope that success translates at the varsity level in future campaigns.

Led by coaches Jeff Woodman and Carl Woodman, who are son and father, the Mariners experienced success on the floor as the jayvees earned a 15-1 record and a freshmen 9-0 mark.

Oceanside High School 2021-22 boys junior varsity basketball team. Photo courtesy of Mike McGuire

“2021-2022 was a very enjoyable basketball season,” said the Woodmans in a joint email. “We want to thank coach [Larry] Reed for having us coach the freshman and jayvee basketball teams at Oceanside this year. We had coached most of these boys in rec and seventh-grade basketball, so know many of them personally. A very good group of boys. As coaches, our primary goal was to teach basketball skills and basketball discipline. The team effort in playing this winter was as good as it gets.”

The Mariner junior varsity included Joey Bell, Landyn Benner, Logan Brazier, Rachean Dotson, Dominic Frisone, Andrew Mason, Gage McIntyre, Noah McClellan, Isaiah Meklin, Maddox Robishaw, Ben Tripp and Zachary Woodman.

Oceanside High School 2021-22 boys freshmen basketball team. Photo courtesy of Mike McGuire

The Mariner freshmen included Robert Blair, Reese Butler, Parker Darge, Rachean Dotson, Josh Elwell, Dominic Frisone, Patrick Keene, Kaden Melquist, Chase Monroe, Brady Proctor, Hayden Schwab, Jacob Watkinson and Zachary Woodman.

The freshman boys outscored opponents 590-325 and averaged 65.6 points, while the junior varsity outscored foes 962-656 and averaged 60.1 points.

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