Medomak, Oceanside boys earn Busline wins
Busline League middle school basketball action continued Thursday, Jan. 26 across the Midcoast.
Below are the results reported to the sports department. Stats can be sent by email: email@example.com.
7th boys: Oceanside 52, Camden-Rockport 25
At the quarter breaks, Oceanside held leads of 17-3, 31-7 and 36-14.
Scoring for Oceanside were Nathan Walton (20), Reid Robishaw (nine), Kaden Molloy (six), Case Galley (five), Gabe Robertson (four), Emrik Carlson (four), Jordan Sedgwick (two) and Payton Sedgwick (two).
Scoring for Camden-Rockport were Cole Hedrich (eight), Soren Johnson (six), Isaac Palmer (five), Landon Reynolds (four) and Lucas Gupta (two).
7th boys: Medomak 56, Great Salt Bay 26
Medomak maintained quarterly advantages of 12-4, 26-6 and 46-17.
Scoring for Great Salt Bay were Max Blake (five), Owen Perez (five), Demetrious H. (four), Brody Day (six) and Parker McFarland (six).
Scoring for Medomak were Jacoby McDaniel (10), Noah Lash (two), Liam Doughty (two), Silas Ripley (16), Riley Johnson (two), Miles Luellen (six), Logan Brow (five), Grady Berry (five) and Jaydiin Ruiz (eight).
8th boys: Medomak 72, Great Salt Bay 48
Medomak held quarterly leads of 29-9, 40-22 and 65-29.
Scoring for Medomak were Noah Taggert (23), Landon Starr (15), Landon Morrison (nine), Liam Feeley (nine), Kollin Donlin (four), Brayden Nadeau (four), Andrew Flanders (two), Michael Riley (two), Joe Wilcox (two) and Landon Lewis (two).
Scoring for Great Salt Bay were James Hanley (25), Griffin Beavis (12), Forest Storer (10) and Camden McCool (one).
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