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Ten games were played for high school fans and players on Tuesday, Jan. 10, an event that featured mixed results for teams from Oceanside of Rockland, Camden Hills of Rockport, Medomak Valley of Waldoboro, Mount View of Thorndike, Belfast and Searsport.

The Mariners won, as did the Mustang boys and the Panther, Windjammer and Lion girls.

Photos from Medomak Valley, Mount View and Oceanside will be published soon with this story. Watch the video below.

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Mountain View 73, Medomak Valley 69

At Thorndike on January 10, the Mustangs came away with their most important win of the campaign as they suffered their second loss of the season against the Panthers. Mount View led 22-21, 39-33 and 58-57 at the break.

Max Bottenfield led Mount View with 23 points, while Noah Hurd added 19; Tyler Russell, 13; Wyatt Evensen, 11; Collin Jones, four; Ben Osborne, two; and Isaac Ellis, one.

For Medomak Valley, Blake Morrison had 19 points, Finn Parmley had 18; Gabe Lash, 16; Kory Donlin, 11; and Kevin Sincer, five. Parmley also had 12 rebounds, while Lash had nine rebounds and Starr had five assists.

The Mustangs were 12-of-16 (75 percent) from the foul line, while the Panthers were 5-of-13 (38 percent).

Oceanside 75, Maine Central Institute 52

In Pittsfield on January 10, the Mariners cruised past the host Huskies. Oceanside led 21-11, 43-28 and 64-33 at the quarter-final break.

Cohen Galley led the Mariners with 21 points, while Zeb Foster added 18; Carter Galley, 12; Alex Collins, nine; Alex Bartlett, six; Jackson Kay, four; Parker Darge and Joey Bell, two; and Maddox Robishaw, one.

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For the Huskies, Braeden Kennedy had 13 points, Owen Moore had 11; Kyle Hall, eight; Drew Shorey, seven; Caleb Kennedy, five; and Carter Bubar and Brayden Fitts, four.

Oceanside was 8 of 20 (40 percent) from the foul line, while MCI attempted 6-of-9 (67 percent).

Dexter 52, Searsport 40

At Searsport on Jan. 10, the Tigers held the Vikings to a 32-minute lead and outshot 12. Dexter led 10-6, 24-16 and 40-26 at halftime. the quarter-final break.

Gage Ellis scored 21 points, while Cole Ellis added six; Sean Paige, five; Ashton Ellis, four; and Tim Smith and Ravon Carbisiero, two.

Will Kusnierz paced the visitors with 17 points, while Kayden Kimball had 12; Bryce Connor, 10; Ben Bourgoin and Kellen Deavey, five; Ethan Doherty, two; and Will Spratt, one.

Searsport was 7 of 11 (63 percent) from the foul line, while Dexter was 9 of 11 (81 percent).


Medomak Valley 53, Mount View 13

In Waldoboro Jan. 10, the Panthers held the Mustangs scoreless in the first quarter and roared loud and proud en route to a 40-point victory. Medomak Valley led 14-1, 23-10 and 39-11 at the quarter-final break.

Kytana Williamson led the way with 14 points, while Maya Cannon added 12 points; Audrey Jackson, nine; Sara Nelson, six; and Chelsea Sykes, Sadie Knight, Madilyn Simmons and Lilly Christ, two.

Arianna Bradeen and Savannah Lorenz scored five points for Mount View, while Emily Richards added two and Hannah Ferreira, one.

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The Panthers were 9-of-18 (50 percent) from the charity stripe, while the Mustangs were 5-of-14 (36 percent).

Camden Hills 52, Messalonskee 35

In Rockport on January 10, the Windjammers cruised past the Eagles with a mid-range home win. Camden Hills led 11-8, 32-13 and 42-18 at the quarter break.

Leah Jones paced the Windjammers with 17 points, while Leah Snyder added nine; Amelia Johnson, eight; River Bell, six; Bailey Curtis and Lauren Howland, four; and Maddie Cronkite and Rose Tohanczyn, two.

For the Eagles, Candace Pelotte scored 20 points, while Ashley Mullen added eight points; Lexis Bayne, five; and Keira Goldsmith, two.

Camden Hills connected on 9-of-10 (90 percent) free throws, while Messalonskee hit 3-of-5 (60 percent).

Belfast 65, Winslow 23

In Belfast on Jan. 10, the Lions outscored the Black Raiders 21-4 in the second quarter to claim the win. Belfast led 19-6, 40-10 and 54-19 at the quarter-final break.

Audri Goodwin led Belfast with 17 points, while Jaiden Philbrook added 15; Maddie Deans and Halle Tripp, eight; Alanna Nichols, six; Danica Gray, five; and Jordan Mackay, Julie Darres and Peyton Wadsworth, two.

Bethanny Blakley led Winslow with nine points, while Carissa Curtis added eight; Noella Pepin, four; and Abby McCaslin, two.

The Lions were 12 of 24 (50 percent) from the foul line, while the Black Raiders were 8 of 16 (50 percent).

Oceanside 62, Maine Central Institute 19

In Rockland Jan. 10, the Mariners held the Huskies to two goals in the first half and cruised to their 42nd straight victory. Oceanside led 12-2, 30-5 and 49-13 at halftime.

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Bailey Breen scored 31 points for Oceanside, while Aubri Hoose added 10; Audrey Mackie, nine; Abby Waterman, eight; and Searra Hansen and Caitlyn Lamb, two. Mackie added 10 assists and five steals, Waterman had 11 rebounds, six blocked shots, eight steals and three assists and Breen had eight caroms.

Jyllian Riendeau scored eight points for MCI, while Hannah Robinson added five and Trinity Leavitt, Kayleigh Dunton and Ella Bernier each added two.

The Mariners were 4-of-8 (50 percent) from the field goal line, while the Huskies were 2-of-6 (33 percent).

Dexter 30, Searsport 12

On Jan. 10 in Searsport, the Tigers cruised past the host Vikings. Dexter led 13-4, 16-4 and 20-7 at the quarter-final break.

Julianna Sprague had 11 points for Searsport and Emily Mello one, and Mazie Peach (8 points), Jozlynn Paige (7 points), Hannah Dean (6 points), Cally Gudroe (4 points) and Jillian Poliquin ( points) defeated Dexter.

The Vikings were 1 of 6 (17 percent) from the foul line, while the Tigers were 2 of 7 (29 percent).

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