Medomak’s Busline teams go 3-1 against Camden-Rockport

Tue, 01/31/2023 - 8:45am

Busline League middle school basketball action continued Monday, Jan. 30 across the Midcoast.

Below are the results reported to the sports department. Stats can be sent by email:

8th boys: Medomak 58, Camden-Rockport 40

Medomak maintained quarterly leads of 23-0, 35-8 and 52-20. 

Scoring for Medomak were Noah Taggert (19), Joe Wilcox (12), Landon Starr (11), Landon Morrison (seven), Brayden Nadeau (three), Grady Curtis (two), Michael Riley (two) and Liam Feeley (two). 

Scoring for Camden-Rockport were Dom Domarecki (eight), Braden Beveridge (six), Cody McGlothlin (six), Branden Nelson (five), Ryder Lombardo (five), Luke Walkins (four), Finn Baroody (four) and Christian McCafferty (two). 

7th girls: Medomak 36, Camden-Rockport 19

Camden-Rockport grabbed a 6-5 lead after the opening quarter before Medomak held quarterly advantages of 15-8 and 25-17 after the second and third quarters, respectively. 

Scoring for Medomak were Kyli Jones (eight), Anna Reed (six), Aubrey Court (six), Sienna Lee (four), Ari Pierpont (three), Maggie Martin (two), Maya Catapano-Kangas (two), Jaya Dunbar (two), Brianna Neal (two) and Olivia Campbell (one). 

Scoring for Camden-Rockport were Izzy Baker (one), Grace Fenton (12), Molly O’Dwyer (two) and Allie Vanryn (four). 

7th boys: Camden-Rockport 48, Medomak 31

Camden-Rockport held quarterly leads of 11-4, 21-12 and 32-24. 

Scoring for Camden-Rockport were Landon Reynolds (15), Cole Hedrich (14), Soren Johnson (12), Emmett Milliken (four), Hector Clayton (two) and Sam Bernadino (one). 

Scoring for Medomak were Silas Ripley (14), Jacoby McDaniel (nine), Riley Johnson (two), Carter Jackson (two), Miles Luellen (two), Grady Emerson (one) and Jaydiin Ruiz (one). 

8th girls: Medomak 37, Camden-Rockport 36

Medomak held an 11-6 lead after the opening quarter before the next two quarters finished tied 18-18 and 28-28. 

Scoring for Medomak were Paige Gerlack (seven), Sidney Nicholls (two), Rachel Barbour (three), Grace Havener (six), Molly Emerson (17) and Lilly Hills (two). 

Scoring for Camden-Rockport were Katie Scott (two), Bella Imus (two), Rita Haslam (four), Ali Sylvester (four), Hannah Stowe (22) and Carly Fitzpatrick (two).