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Postby Tom Nolette » Sun Jan 28, 2018 2:59 am

In Mariner-Lion battle, Oceanside avenges earlier losses to secure coveted crown
Collins helps lift Oceanside, Patrick McConnell paves way for Troy Howard

CAMDEN — Playing its second game in as many days, one could state the previously-unbeaten and top-ranked Troy Howard Middle School boys seventh-grade basketball team ran out of gas in its Busline League championship tilt on Saturday afternoon, Jan. 27 at Camden-Rockport Middle School.

Or, depending on one's perspective, one could say No. 2 Oceanside had payback on its mind as it looked to knock off the only team to defeat them all season — namely, the Lions.

Whichever narrative one may choose, the outcome — or in this case, the final score — remained the same as the Mariners received a complete team effort in a 43-35 victory to claim the coveted championship.

When all was said and done, the Lions ended with an 11-1 mark and the Mariners 10-2.

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Postby Tom Nolette » Tue Mar 13, 2018 1:47 am

Falmouth hoops team wins travel championship

Falmouth’s 6th Grade boys’ basketball team won the recent Cape Elizabeth Travel League ‘A’ Division championship, going undefeated in the playoffs and winning 62-46 over TGK in the finals.

Front row, from left: Alex Findlay, Mikey Christman and Jace Meader.

Top Row: Coach Meader, Chris Simonds, Alex Warner, Johnny Hwang, Henry Stowell, Brennan Rumpf, Charlie Wolak and Coach Stowel

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Postby Tom Nolette » Tue Mar 13, 2018 2:36 am

Greely 5th graders win travel title

The Greely Red boys’ 5th grade travel basketball team won the Cape Elizabeth League Division C North Championship Sunday with a win over Falmouth.

Front row, from left: Zach Doane, Jackson Lyon, Wyatt Soucie, Brogan Raftice and Andrew Padgett.

Back row: Head Coach Jeff Michaud, Noah Pardue, Owen Partridge, Ethan Michaud, Kade Ippolito, Keeler Vogt and Coach Rick Doane.

Not pictured Nick Lyden.

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Postby Tom Nolette » Tue Mar 13, 2018 3:57 am

Caribou boys make it back-to-back County hoop titles

CARIBOU, Maine — Caribou’s North team bested Fort Fairfield, 33-23, to win the championship in the Northern Maine Community Recreation Association boys’ basketball tournament played March 2 and 3.
It was the second consecutive title for the host Vikings. The tourney is held annually and is for fifth- and sixth-graders.

Trailing by a point after one quarter of play, the Vikings outscored the Tigers 13-6 in the second to take the lead for good. The game was close heading into the fourth but Caribou held Fort Fairfield scoreless to clinch the title.

Dylan Bouchard put in 18 of the Vikings’ points to lead all scorers. Bryce Martin tallied nine to lead the Tigers.

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Postby Tom Nolette » Tue Mar 20, 2018 3:53 am

Medomak third-fourth boys win Boothbay basketball tournament

BOOTHBAY — The Medomak boys third- and fourth-grade travel basketball team experienced two lopsided wins, another somewhat easy victory and one intense nail-biting decision en route to being crowned champions of the Boothbay YMCA Basketball Tournament over the weekend.

In the event played Friday through Sunday, March 16-18, Medomak finished 4-0 as it bested Boothbay 42-5 on Friday night and returned on Saturday to beat Kay Construction (Rockland) 24-10.

On Sunday, Medomak downed Bath 41-9 in the semifinals and again faced Kay Construction for the championship, as Medomak emerged with a 27-25 victory in an intense, competitive affair.

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Postby Tom Nolette » Tue Mar 20, 2018 3:55 am

Includes video, hundreds of photos
Midcoast youngsters net boatload of fun in Mussel Ridge Hoops Tournament
Boys, girls basketball teams enjoy weekend of exciting court action

TENANTS HARBOR — The St. George Parks and Recreation Department, and its boosters, harbored the 23rd annual "Mussel Ridge Hoops Tournament" Friday through Sunday, March 16-18 at the St. George School.

The double-elimination event offered at least a dozen exciting basketball games, lots of delicious hot and cold foods — with many homemade specializes and goodies — tons of snacks, a souvenir program complete with team rosters, local information, puzzles and games, said Ben Vail, event director.

"And, most importantly, a gym full of players having fun, buoyed by positive and supportive fans," Vail said.

Featured in the 2018 tournament were fourth — and a few second- and third- — grade boys and girls from St. George, Thomaston, Cushing, Camden, Rockport, Hope, Appleton, Lincolnville, Spruce Head, Rockland, Owls Head and South Thomaston.

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Postby Tom Nolette » Fri Mar 23, 2018 3:06 am

Five Town 5th-6th boys corral Mustang Madness tourney title

...The pool-play-style tourney saw Five Town and Hermon face off in the finals, as Five Town avenged its loss to Hermon earlier in the tournament to net a 30-25 win and emerge as champions.

Five Town team members, coached by Jon Duke and Jared Todd, includes Ryan Glaser, Will Duke, Owen Reynolds, Charlie Pons, Liam O’Dwyer, Miles Murray, Hayden Davis, Quincy Messer and Alex Todd.

Messer was named the tournament’s most valuable player, while Duke was named the team’s most outstanding player.

The following is a summary of Five Town’s four games over the weekend:

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Postby Tom Nolette » Mon Mar 26, 2018 2:59 am

Five Towns boys, Lincoln girls win Medomak Midcoast Madness tournament

WALDOBORO — The Medomak Midcoast Madness youth basketball tournament featuring seventh and eighth grade teams was held over the weekend in Waldoboro at both Medomak Valley High School and Medomak Middle School.

In the girls division, Lincoln topped Sheepscot Valley 39-25 for the championship. Both teams entered the championship contest with 3-0 records.

In the boys division, Five Towns topped Lincoln “A” 38-37 for the championship. Lincoln entered the championship contest with a 3-0 record, while a three-way tie occurred between Five Towns, Medomak “A” and Thomaston who all sat at 2-1. Medomak “A” was eliminated from the tie “since they had given up the most points in the tournament between the [three] tied teams” and Thomaston was eliminated since they had lost to Five Towns earlier in the tournament, according to Kyle Santheson.

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