The Camden Hills and Vinalhaven boys and girls basketball team tipped off their respective regular seasons Friday and Saturday, Dec. 9-10 against Hampden Academy and Forest Hills of Jackman, which resulted in a goose egg in the win column for all four squads.

The Windjammer boys — hosting the Broncos at Oceanside High School — dropped a 71-66 decision, while the ‘Jammer girls lost 57-33 on the road at Hampden Academy.

Camden Hills’ Will Duke, left, and Hampden Acacdemy’s Zach McLaughlin. Photo by Ken Waltz

Both islander boys and girls teams were downed twice in two days at Kennebec Valley Community College in Waterville as the girls team lost 44-18 and 55-20, while the boys fell 82-31 and 85-47, respectively, to the Tigers.

The Vinalhaven boys and girls got back on the court Monday, Dec. 12 and into the win column with a pair of wins over North Haven.

Camden Hills’ Owen Reynolds, left, and Hampden Academy’s J.J. Wolfington. Photo by Ken Waltz

The following is a recap of reported results:

Girls

Vinalhaven 47, North Haven 29

At North Haven Dec. 12, the Vikings emerged victorious over the Hawks in a Penobscot Bay battle. Vinalhaven led 11-2, 21-13 and 36-21 at the quarter breaks.

Maddie Miller led Vinalhaven with 14 points, while Adelle Wadsworth added 12; Makayla Boody, nine; and Chelsea Waite and Lydia Wentworth, six.

For North Haven, Hannah White scored 10 points, while Abby Lattimer added eight; Sophie Hansen, five; Maddie Lattimer, four; and Isabelle Haskell, two.

The Vikings were 6-of-15 (40 percent) from the charity stripe, while the Hawks were 1-of-6 (17 percent).

Forest Hills 44, Vinalhaven 18

At Kennebec Valley Community College in Waterville Dec. 10, the Tigers bested the Vikings for the second time in as many days. Forest Hills led 6-4, 14-5 and 36-13 at the quarter breaks.

Makayla Boody scored eight points for the islanders, while Chelsea Waite and Lydia Wentworth added three and Maddie Miller and Adelle Wadsworth two.

Allie Punning paced the Tigers with 15 points, while Hailey Welch added 10; Kylie Yu, six; Addison Chaisson and Janessa Morffit, four; Carli Frigon and Aurelie Punning, two; and Morgan Petrucci, one.

Vinalhaven was 2-of-5 (40 percent) from the charity stripe, while Forest Hills was 3-of-10 (30 percent).

Forest Hills 55, Vinalhaven 20

At Kennebec Valley Community College in Waterville Dec. 9, the Tigers went on the prowl and bested the islanders. Forest Hills led 21-2, 33-6 and 43-9 at the quarter breaks.

Makayla Boody scored 11 points for the Vikings, while Lydia Wentworth added three and Maddie Miller, Amy Ricker and Adelle Wentworth two.

Grace Allen netted 17 points to lead the Tigers, while Aurelie Punning added seven; Carli Frigon and Allie Punning, six; Addison Chaisson and Kylie Yu, five; and Emma Vining, four.

Vinalhaven was 1-of-4 (25 percent) from the foul line, while Forest Hills was 11-of-16 (69 percent).

Hampden Academy 57, Camden Hills 33

At Hampden Dec. 9, the Broncos galloped past the Windjammers and onto their first win of the campaign. Hampden Academy led 13-7, 27-13 and 49-25 at the quarter breaks.

Leah Jones led Camden Hills with an eight-point effort, while Kirsten Jones added seven; Amelia Johnson, four; Leah Snyder and Lauren Howland, three; and Maddie Cronkite, Bailey Curtis and Bella Ward, two.

Bella McLaughlin scored 20 points for Hampden Academy, while Lucy Wiles added 16; Lauren Voteur and Grace Laster, seven; Destiny Mooers, five; and Josie Smith and Caitlyn Murphy, one.

The Windjammers were 3-of-9 (33 percent) from the foul line, while the Broncos were 10-of-17 (59 percent).

Boys

Vinalhaven 55, North Haven 28

At North Haven Dec. 12, the Vikings outscored the Hawks early and often and netted their first win of the campaign. Vinalhaven led 17-7, 36-13 and 46-17 at the quarter breaks.

Kyle Grant scored 15 points for the Vikings, while Joe Lazaro added 12; Hunter Hamilton, 10; Robbie Swears, eight; Tanner Lazaro and Sam Wentworth, four; and Parker Dickerson, two.

Bryn Campbell scored 12 points for the Hawks, while Ezra Davisson added nine; Jon Brown, three; and Jack Ames and Brett Waterman, two.

Vinalhaven was 7-of-13 (54 percent) from the foul line, while North Haven was 1-of-8 (12 percent).

Forest Hills 82, Vinalhaven 31

At Kennebec Valley Community College in Waterville Dec. 10, the Tigers went on the offensive — and then some — in a rout of the Vikings. Forest Hills led 30-13, 54-17 and 66-24 at the quarter breaks.

Mason Desjardins pumped in 40 points — including 11 treys — to pace Forest Hills, while Cooper Daigle added 13; Blaine Nadean, 12; Braiden Welch, seven; Leo Campbell, six; and Hiram Logston and Aaden Nadean, two.

Trey Goodrich led the islanders with 15 points, while Robbie Swears added seven; Tanner Lazaro, four; Hunter Hamilton, three; and Kyle Grant, two.

The Tigers were 8-of-15 (53 percent) from the foul line, while the Vikings did not attempt a free throw.

Forest Hills 85, Vinalhaven 47

At Kennebec Valley Community College in Waterville Dec. 9, the Tigers roared to a season-opening victory over the islanders. Forest Hills led 20-11, 45-15 and 69-29 at the quarter breaks.

Trey Goodrich led Vinalhaven with 21 points, while Robbie Swears added nine; Charlie Swears, six; Joe Lazaro, four; Hunter Hamilton, three; and Kyle Grant and Tanner Lazaro, two.

Mason Desjardins led Forest Hills with 32 points, while Braiden Welch added 22; Cooper Daigle, 20; Hiram Logston, eight; and Aaden Nadean, two.

The islanders were 2-of-8 (25 percent) from the charity stripe, while the Tigers were 15-of-21 (71 percent).

Camden Hills’ Benjamin Tohanczyn, front, among others. Photo by Ken Waltz

Hampden Academy 71, Camden Hills 66

At Rockland Dec. 9, the Broncos ruined the Windjammers’ “home” opener and collected a five-point win. Hampden Academy led 16-8, 28-24 and 49-39 at the quarter breaks.

Quincy Messer netted 19 points for Camden Hills, while Will Duke added 14; Nolan Ames, 12; Owen Reynolds, eight; Hunter Bell and Ben Tohanczyn, four; and Hollis Schwalm, three.

For Hampden Academy, Zach McLaughlin poured in 34 points, while Landon Gabric added 14; J.J. Wolfington, nine; Andrew Day, seven; Aiden Kochendoerfer, four; and Brandon Butterfield, three.

The Windjammers were 10-of-11 (91 percent) from the foul line, while the Broncos were 15-of-19 (79 percent).

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