The Midcoast high school hardwood hummed with activity through last week and the early portion of this week as a bevy of area basketball teams looked to make marks in their win columns.

Among the recent area winners were the Oceanside girls, the defending state Class B champions, who have won 36 straight games as of Monday, Dec. 19.

Oceanside’s Bailey Breen, right, and Maranacook’s Alice Ferran. Photo by Ken Waltz

Additionally, Mariner Audrey Mackie continued to close in on her milestone 1,000th career point, as she sat 15 away with another home game on Tuesday, Dec. 20.

The following is a recap of reported results:

Girls

Oceanside 70, Maranacook 22

At Rockland Dec. 19, the Mariners used strong all-around passing and share-the-ball mentality en route to a lopsided win over the Black Bears of Readefield. The hosts led 21-7, 31-9 and 52-14 at the quarter breaks.

Oceanside’s Audrey Mackie, with her countdown to 1,000 as a backdrop. Photo by Ken Waltz

The Mariners were keyed by Bailey Breen (21 points, 11 rebounds, 5 assists, 4 blocked shots, 2 steals), Audrey Mackie (13 points, 8 assists, 3 steals, 2 rebounds), Sophie Daggett (10 points, 7 rebounds, 2 steals), Aubri Hoose (9 points, 5 steals), Abby Waterman (7 points, 10 rebounds, 4 blocks, 5 steals), Renee Ripley (6 points, 2 steals), Emily Sykes (3 points, 2 steals), Lily Stackpole (point),  Natalee Hitz (6 rebounds) and Caitlyn Lamb (2 rebounds).

Oceanside’s Aubri Hoose, front, and Maranacook’s Stella Pattarshall, along with Mariners, from left, Audrey Mackie, Bailey Breen, Sophie Daggett and Abby Waterman. Photo by Ken Waltz

Oceanside made five three-pointers, including two from Ripley and Breen and one from Mackie, and 10-of-16 foul shots (63 percent).

For the Black Bears, Eliza Pattershall netted seven points; Kaleigh Kubicki and Natalie Mohlar, six; and Jordan Carr, three. The visitors got two treys from Manar and one from Carr and Pattershall, and missed their three free throws.

Oceanside’s Aubri Hoose, front. Photo by Ken Waltz

Senior point guard Mackie entered Monday’s game 28 points shy of 1,000 for her career. With 13, she is 15 shy of that coveted mark. She will play basketball at St. Michael’s in Colchester, Vt. next year.

The only other Mariner girl to reach 1,000 points is Kennadi Grover with 1,118. Cooper Wirkala (1,095) is the lone Oceanside boy to reach that mark.

Oceanside’s Ryley Beaudry, left, and Maranacook’s Jordan Carr. Photo by Ken Waltz

Previously at Rockland District High School, Caitlin Hynes was the lone girl to reach 1,000, while at the former Georges Valley High School (those schools combined to form Oceanside), Chris Strong and Ann Betts were 1,000-point scorers.

Mackie’s coach Matt Breen is one of several former Tiger boys to secure 1,000 points. The Buccaneers also had several boys accomplish the feat, including Travis Magnusson and Scott Johnson.

Pine Tree Academy 39, North Haven 31

At North Haven Dec. 19, the Breakers jumped to a double-digit lead early and used that momentum to secure an eight-point win. PTA led 16-6, 18-13 and 33-23 at the quarter breaks.

Abby Lattimer paced the Hawks with 10 points and 10 rebounds, while Izzy Haskell added eight points; Sophie Hansen, six points; Hannah White, five points; and Whitney Newman, two points.

Paige Tyson led the Breakers with 22 points, while Chantal Bazizane added seven and Dolri Martin, Madelyn Verrill, Julia Brown and Kathryn Emerson, two.

North Haven was 1-of-6 (17 percent) from the foul line, while PTA was 1-of-2 (50 percent).

Valley 67, Islesboro 31

At Augusta Dec. 19, the Cavaliers emerged with  victory over the Eagles. Valley led 17-4, 39-16 and 57-25 at the quarter breaks.

Alma Bewsher scored 14 points for Islesboro, while Anna Zlotkowski added five; Rosie Brimley, four; and Sam Conover, Robin Durkee and Abby Leach, two.

Madeline Hill led Valley with 25 points, while Brielle Hill and Kirsten Bigelow added 12; RyLee Clark, 11; Surata Wright, four; and Kaydence Twigg, two.

The Eagles were 5-of-11 (45 percent) from the foul line, while the Cavaliers were 11-of-17 (65 percent).

Pine Tree Academy 30, Islesboro 27

At Freeport Dec. 15, the Breakers edged the Eagles by a three-point margin. PTA led 4-1, 14-11 and 23-15 at the quarter breaks.

Alma Bewsher scored 10 points for Islesboro, while Rosie Brimley added seven; River Burns and Reagan Field, four; and Ayla Fuller, two.

Paige Tyson paced PTA with 12 points, while Kathryn Callender added nine; Madelyn Verrill, Joy Nabiro, Chantal Buzizanz and Julia Brown, two; and Dolei Marden, one.

The Eagles were 1-of-5 (20 percent) from the foul line, while the Breakers were 3-of-15 (20 percent).

Forest Hills 60, North Haven 32

At the Augusta Civic Center Dec. 15, the Tigers outscored the Hawks in the four stanzas and prowled to victory. Forest Hills led 14-6, 33-14 and 47-21 at the quarter breaks.

Abby Lattimer paced the Hawks with 10 points, while Hannah White added eight; Izzy Haskell and Sophie Hansen, six; and Whitney Newman, two.

Grace Allen scored 18 points for the Tigers, while Allie Dunning added 13; Hailey Welch and Carli Frigon, eight; Peyton Chiasson, four; and Kylie Yu, Aurelie Poulin and Morgan Pertucci, two.

North Haven was 0-of-1 from the foul line, while Forest Hills netted 5-of-9 (56 percent) attempts.

Oceanside 70, Lincoln Academy 31

At Newcastle Dec. 13, the Mariners pushed their win streak to 35 games with a lopsided victory over the Eagles. Oceanside led 30-7, 49-12 and 58-24 at the quarter breaks.

Bailey Breen tossed in 22 points for the winners, while Audrey Mackie added 20; Caitlyn Lamb, six; Aubri Hoose and Renee Ripley, five; Searra Hansen, four; Ryley Beaudry and Emily Sykes, three; and Sienna Geretz, two.

Abby Waterman added eight rebounds, while Breen (7 rebounds, 4 assists, 4 steals), Mackie (4 assists, 5 steals) and Hoose (6 steals) also helped fill the statistical sheet for Oceanside.

For Lincoln Academy, Mariam Delisle scored 15 points, while Natalie Kaler added five; Allyson Poole, four; Margaret Thompson, three; Scarlett O’Brien, two; and and Kennedie Anderson and Jillian. Chadwick, one.

The Mariners were 6-of-8 (75 percent) from the foul line, while the Eagles were 3-of-8 (37 percent).

Mount Ararat 53, Camden Hills 32

At Topsham Dec. 13, the Eagles went on the offensive from the get-go and bested the Windjammers. Mount Ararat led 18-9, 28-14 and 38-22 at the quarter breaks.

Leah Jones netted nine points to pace Camden Hills, while Bailey Curtis added eight; Kirsten Jones and Leah Snyder, three; Rose Tohanczyn, River Bell and Bella Ward, two; and Maddie Cronkite, Lauren Howland and Amelia Johnson, one.

Cali Pomerleau scored 16 points for Mount Ararat, while Elena Willis tallied 12; Avery Beal and Julianna Allen, eight; Kayleigh Ward and Sarah Haskell, four; Ava Hanson, two; and Abbie Doble, one.

The Windjammers were 7-of-11 (63 percent) from the foul line, while the Eagles were 11-of-15 (73 percent).

Leavitt 39, Medomak Valley 34

At Waldoboro Dec. 13, the Hornets outscored the Panthers 16-11 in the fourth quarter as that margin proved the difference in a win for the visitors. Leavitt led 10-7 after the first quarter, while Medomak Valley took a 21-10 edge at halftime. The Hornets then rallied to knot the score 33-33 after three quarters.

Kytana Williamson led the Panthers with 12 points, while Addison McCormick and Audrey Jackson each added six; Maya Cannon, three; Chelsea Sykes, Katherine McKenney and Sara Nelson, two; and Haley Puchalski, one.

Cannon added 13 rebounds and McCormick nine, while Williamson logged four assists and four steals.

Leni Beutler scored 12 points to pace the Hornets, while Gabby Smith added 11; Jazzlyn Clark, seven; Caitlyn McCoy, five and Jillian Pelletier, four.

Medomak Valley canned 5-of-12 (42 percent) free throw attempts, while Leavitt netted 11-of-24 (46 percent).

St. Dominic Academy 40, Islesboro 19

At Auburn Dec. 13, the Saints defended their home court with a 21-point win over the islanders. St. Dominic Academy led 9-3, 17-5 and 29-15 at the quarter breaks.

Rosie Brimley scored eight points to pace Islesboro, while Alma Bewsher added six; Anna Zlotkowski and Abby Leach, two; and River Burns, one.

Charlie Apodaca paced St. Doms with 15 points, while Ava Apodaca added 12, Piper Croteau, six; Anna Geyer, five; and Chloe Croteau, two.

The Eagles were 1-of-6 (17 percent) from the foul line, while the Saints were 4-of-8 (50 percent).

Boys

Oceanside 87, Maranacook 78

At Readfield Dec. 19, the Mariners emerged victorious in a high-scoring affair with the Black Bears. Maranacook led 27-21 at halftime and 40-37 at halftime, while Oceanside rallied to take a 58-51 edge after three quarters.

Zeb Foster paced the visitors with 27 points, while Carter Galley netted 25; Alex Collins, 18; Alex Bartlett, eight; Cohen Galley, seven; and Zach Woodman, two.

For Maranacook, Brayden St. Pierre poured in a game-high 34 points, while Keagan McClure added 23; Jacob McLaughlin, eight; Nick Wilson, seven; Wyatt Folsom, three; Brandon Chilton, two; Robbie Vivenzio, one.

The teams were supreme from the charity stripe as the Mariners were 23-of-28 (82 percent) and the Black Bears 19-of-24 (79 percent).

Valley 65, Islesboro 44

At Augusta Dec. 19, the Eagles could not keep pace with the visiting Cavaliers and fell by 21 points. Islesboro took a 17-10 lead after the first eight minutes of play, while Valley led 28-23 at halftime and 43-32 after three quarters.

Dylan Frank paced Islesboro with 15 points, while Harper Conover added 12; Alex Watson, eight; Logan Burns, five; and Robert Conover, four. Frank added 13 rebounds and Watson eight caroms for the islanders.

Fisher Tewksbury led Valley with 25 points, while Harry Louis added 17; Jared Ricker, 10; Ryon West, eight; and Kamayn Conrad, two.

The Eagles were 4-of-14 (29 percent) from the foul line, while the Cavaliers were 5-of-12 (42 percent).

Islesboro 51, Pine Tree Academy 39

At Freeport Dec. 15, the Eagles soared to a 12-point win over the Breakers. Islesboro led 18-8, 30-18 and 40-25 at the quarter breaks.

Dylan Frank scored 19 points for the islanders, while Tobias Conover added 15; Robert Conover, eight; Harper Conover, five; Logan Burns and Alex Watson, two. Frank and Tobias Conover also had 15 rebounds apiece, while Robert Conover had 11 caroms and Burns nine.

Silas Yeaton scored 16 points for the Breakers, while Colby Solberg added 12; Mason Littell, six; Senis Belandria, Shalom Kwitonda, two.

Islesboro was 3-of-7 (43 percent) from the foul line, while PTA was 3-of-10 (30 percent).

Forest Hills 81, North Haven 16

At the Augusta Civic Center Dec. 15, the Tigers roared out of the gate and emerged with a convincing triumph over the Hawks. Forest Hills led 29-2, 43-8 and 66-12 at the quarter breaks.

Caden Cabot led North Haven with six points, while Jack Ames added four and Quinton Spence, Jon Brown and Brett Waterman, two.

Mason Desjardins led Forest Hills with 17 points, while Braiden Welch added 14; Cooper Daigle and Hiram Logston, 12; Blaine Nadeau, 11; M. Cuddy, eight; Aaden Nadeau, five; and Leo Campbell, two.

The Hawks attempted no free throws, while the Tigers were 2-of-8 (25 percent).

Oceanside 85, Lincoln Academy 64

At Rockland Dec. 13, the Eagles led by as many as six points in the second quarter, but the Mariners canned 12 three-pointers on the night and shot past the visitors. LA led 17-14 after the first quarter, while Oceanside led 41-30 at halftime and 68-48 after three quarters.

Carter Galley poured in 29 points to pace the hosts and Cohen Galley 25, as the twin brothers combined for 12 of 15 field goals from beyond the arc.

Zeb Foster also scored eight points for Oceanside, while Zach Woodman added seven; Alex Collins, six; Alex Bartlett, five; Maddox Robishaw, three; and Jackson Kay and Ben Tripp, one.

Jake Masters led Lincoln Academy with 24 points, while Gabe Hagar added 12; Braxton Crockett, seven; Jack Duncan, six; Tucker Stiles, five; Lukas Houghton and Tyson Ball, four; and E.J. Hunt, two.

The Mariners were 9-of-15 (60 percent) from the charity stripe, while the Eagles were 5-of-14 (36 percent).

Medomak Valley 65, Leavitt 27

At Turner Dec. 13, the Panthers prowled past the Hornets and to their first win. Medomak Valley led 8-3, 24-10 and 42-20 at the quarter breaks.

Kory Donlin pumped in 27 points to pace the Panthers, while Gabe Lash, Finn Parmley and Kevin Sincyr added eight; Blake Morrison, four; Kristian Schumann and Jaiden Starr, three; and Vishal Mellor and Gavin Clark, two.

Donlin added six rebounds, while Lash had five rebounds; Sincyr, five assists; and Starr, five steals.

Sawyer Hathaway led the Hornets with nine points, while Brett Coburn added seven; Nicholas Morin, four; Keegan Reny, three; and Sawyer Bubier and Declan Giroux, two.

Medomak Valley converted 6-of-12 (50 percent) free-throw attempts and Leavitt 6-of-11 (54 percent).

Mount Ararat 66, Camden Hills 52

At Topsham Dec. 13, the Eagles soared to a 14-point win over the Windjammers. Camden Hills led 19-14 after the first quarter, while Mount Ararat led 34-28 at halftime and 48-36 after three stanzas.

Will Duke and Quincy Messer led Camden Hills with 13 points, while Hunter Bell added eight; Owen Reynolds and Evan Kimble, five; Nolan Ames, four; and Owen Berez and Hollis Schwalm, two.

Parker Bate keyed Mount Ararat with 17 points, while John Martin added 15; Ethan Berry and Andrew Clemons, eight; Isaac Wheeler, seven; Kasey Bergeron, five; Ben Theriault, four; and Brady Merrill, two.

The Windjammers were 7-of-11 (63 percent) from the foul line, while the Eagles were 11-of-14 (79 percent).

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