Midcoast Athletics

Jan. 10 Recaps: Busline Basketball

Posted:  Wednesday, January 10, 2018 - 10:30pm

The Midcoast sports scene was busy with several busline middle school basketball games Wednesday, Jan. 10.  

Below are the stats for those contests that were reported to our sports department.

To submit stats from sporting events involving the Midcoast, email sports@penbaypilot.com.

7th Grade Boys : Oceanside 47, Great Salt Bay 38

Oceanside, which improved to 7-0 on the season, held quarterly advantages of 17-11, 25-21 and 36-32. 

Scoring for Oceanside: 
Hayden Jacques 13
Jason Leclerc 8
Alex Bartlett 6
Alex Collins 6
Noah Burns 6
Isaiah Meklin 4
Liam Porter 2
Andrew Gehouskey 2

Scoring for Great Salt Bay: 
Jack Duncan 21
Lucas Houghton 5
Gabe Hagar 5
Carson Hallowell 3
Connor McFarland 3
Nolan Gilbert 1

7th Grade Girls: Medomak 31, Camden-Rockport 18

Medomak held quarterly advantages of 6-5, 14-6 and 22-12. 

“Great defense was played by Emily Prock, Addison McCormick, Quinn Overlock and Ana Underhill,” said Medomak coach Andrea Williamson. 

Scoring for Medomak: 
 Ana Underhill 2
Addison McCormick 4
Emily Prock 6
Madi Simmons 5
Quinn Overlock 14 
Scoring for Camden-Rockport: 
 Molly S. 2
Molly H. 7
Hannah C. 2
Lauren H. 2
Gabby G. 5

7th Grade Boys: Medomak 49, Camden-Rockport 26 

Medomak, which improved to 6-3 on the season , was tied with Camden-Rockport 10-10 after one, before taking 24-15 and 39-21 quarterly advantages. 

“The teams matched baskets in the first quarter before Medomak was able to put together a scoring run and a nine point halftime edge,” Medomak coach Patrick Delahanty said. “The second half saw Medomak pull away with improved execution on both ends of the floor and an increased intensity overall, very much a team effort with a balanced scoring effort.”

“Wyatt Simmons and Connor Light contributed with excellent effort throughout the contest,” Delahanty noted.

Scoring for Medomak:
Blake Morrison 10
Jaiden Starr 8
Finn Parmley 8
Will Cheeseman 4
Isaac Simmons 3
Kevin Sincyr 2
Tucker Holgerson 2
Hayden Staples 2
Noah Lawrence 2
Matthew Holbrook 2
Gavin Clark 2
Ivan Murphy 2
Gaitlyn Bedenik 2

Scoring for Camden-Rockport: 
Lucas Moody 11
William Smith 7
Owen Berez 3
McCauslin Lavoie 2

8th Grade Boys Basketball: Medomak 52, Camden-Rockport 50
Camden-Rockport squeaked out leads of 14-12 and 25-24 in the first half before widening the lead to 40-34 after the third quarter. 
With five seconds on the regulation clock, Trevor Brown nailed the winning bucket to snatch the victory from the Schooners. 
“Great defense by Addison Mellor and Isaak Hynd put Medomak in good position to win the game down the stretch,” said Medomak coach Micah Williamson. 

Scoring for Medomak:
Isaak Hynd 10
Trevor Brown 27
Tyler Leonard 2
Garrett Hutchins 6
Jake Bickmore 7

Scoring for Camden-Rockport:
Caleb S. 5
Willy D. 8
Aiden O. 8
Adrian P. 4
Addison C. 7
Ryan C. 18 

7th Grade Girls: Oceanside 55, Great Salt Bay 29

Oceanside held quarterly advantages of 19-1, 29-12 and 42-16.

Scoring for Oceanside:
Lexi Knowlton 2
Searra Hansen 2
Carly Hussey 5
Audrey Mackie 10
Alydia Hatch 4
Abby Hersey 4
Bella Stasulis 4
Emily Sykes 6
Justice Gendron 2
Grace Van Buskirk 4
Abby Waterman 10
Riley Wellman 2

Scoring for Great Salt Bay: 
Mary Genthner 2
Annie Peaslee 8
Maya Cannen 4
Katherine McKenney 15