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Postby Tom Nolette » Tue Mar 14, 2017 4:13 am

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Postby Tom Nolette » Tue Mar 14, 2017 5:26 am

Youth travel basketball
Oceanside sixth-grade girls experience court success

The Oceanside girls sixth-grade travel basketball team, a squad of Rockland/Thomaston-area youngsters sponsored by Superior Restoration, has realized strong court success during the early stages of its tournament season.

The team includes Audrey Mackie, Bella Stasulis, Alydia Hatch, Emily Sykes, Abby Waterman, Abby Hersey, Searra Hansen and Grace Van Buskirk. The coaches are Kelly and Matt Mackie.

On Saturday and Sunday, March 11-12, Oceanside finished second in the Boothbay YMCA Blaster Tournament. Gardiner 6th won the tournament.

http://knox.villagesoup.com/p/oceanside ... ss/1632687
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Postby Tom Nolette » Sun Mar 19, 2017 4:27 am

Black Bear North sixth graders fundraising for Florida

... But the girls are spearheading the efforts to raise money, taking it upon themselves to secure the necessary funds.

"All these girls are working hard to raise the money themselves," Leeman said. "It's a very important lesson for them to know not everything's just handed to them and given to them, that they have to work hard for something they love."

"They're working hard," Chris Cameron said. "They're real excited. Student athletes on and off the court. And now they're taking some ownership, because now they're doing some fundraising efforts."

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Postby Tom Nolette » Mon Mar 20, 2017 4:29 am

Medomak 3rd/4th girls travel basketball claims second in Boothbay tourney

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Back row, from left: Coach Andrea Williamson, Erica Waite, Tara Morrison, Audrey Jackson, Julianna Sprague and Coach Richard Williamson. Front row, from left: Sadie Knight, Emily Richards, Kytana Williamson, Paige Jarvis, Cassidy Prock and Kendal Simmons.

he 3rd/4th grade Medomak girls travel team traveled to Boothbay for the Mini Blasters tournament over the weekend.

Game one of the weekend was a Friday night game at 6:30 p.m. against Winslow. The game started out slow for each team at the end of the first quarter it was Medomak 4-2. Again in the second quarter the scoring was the same for both teams, 4 points for Medomak to Winslow’s 2. The score at the half was Medomak 8-4. In the third quarter the scoring changed for the two teams. Winslow outscored Medomak 4-2 but Medomak was still in the lead at the end of third, 10-8. Medomak rallied in the fourth quarter and scored eight points to Winslow’s zero. Medomak won 18-8.

Scoring for Medomak:
Erica Waite 2
Emily Richrds 2
Kytana Williamson 8
Julianna Sprague 2
Audrey Jackson 4

Scoring for Winslow:
Mia Fitzpatrick 2
Bethany Blakeley 4
Kyri Meak 2

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Postby Tom Nolette » Tue Mar 28, 2017 4:24 am

Boys and girls 7th-8th basketball
Midcoast squads have ball in eighth Medomak Midcoast Madness
Caribou boys, Lincoln Academy girls net championships


WALDOBORO — The Caribou eighth-grade boys did not travel 240 miles one way to go home without a tournament championship — a point the squad of nine players proved at the eighth annual Medomak Midcoast Madness seventh- and eighth-grade boys and girls basketball tournament Friday and Saturday, March 24-25 at Medomak Valley High and Medomak Middle schools.

The Caribou boys — who also won the same tournament last year as seventh-graders — dispatched of Gardiner convincingly 65-35 in the championship of the round-robin tournament, hosted by Medomak Valley All Sports Boosters.

Video and a link to more photos from this tourney will appear later with this story.
Watch video below of girls championship game.

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Postby Tom Nolette » Thu Mar 30, 2017 5:50 am

Updated with video, links to photos
Belfast, Mount View, St. George participate in first Lions' Den Classic
Bangor knocks off Norridgewock to net one-day, fifth-sixth girls tourney championship

BELFAST — The Waldo County YMCA hosted the Lions' Den Classic fifth- and sixth-grade girls basketball tournament on Saturday, March 25, an event that saw five teams from across the state eye a tournament title.

In the end, Bangor netted a 37-19 win over Norridgewock in the tournament final. Midcoast teams Belfast, Mount View and St. George also participated in the tournament.

Click for photos from the Belfast versus Mount View game.

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Brandon Hall, Waldo County YMCA youth and adult sports director, said his organization has never “hosted a basketball tournament of this capacity before” and “was an absolute hit.”

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Postby Tom Nolette » Thu Jan 18, 2018 2:51 am

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Busline League basketball teams continue to have bounce in steps
Young athletes continue to forge court success as postseason looms on horizon


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Medomak 7th 31, Camden-Rockport 18

At Camden Jan. 10, the Riverhawks soared past the Schooners to a 13-point win. Medomak led 6-5, 14-6 and 22-12 at the quarter breaks.

Quinn Overlock scored 14 points for Medomak, while Emily Prock added six; Madi Simmons, five; Addison McCormick, four; and Ana Underhill, two.

Molly Hixon scored seven points for Camden-Rockport, while Gabby Genthner added five; and Molly Shook, Hannah Christie and Lauren Howland, two.

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Postby Tom Nolette » Wed Jan 24, 2018 4:25 am

Middle school boys and girls basketball
Busline League large school teams shoot in to playoff-mode
Final regular-season standings, postseason pairings listed

With the small school division winding to a close and the large school having wrapped its final regular-season games, there will be no shortage of high-quality Busline League middle school basketball action on the court in the coming days — including battles for championships.

The large school division wrapped its regular season and the single-elimination playoffs were slated to begin on Monday, Jan. 22. The championship games will be on Saturday, Jan. 27 at Camden-Rockport Middle School, with title games at 10 a.m., noon, 2 p.m. and 4 p.m.

The small school division is expected to wrap its regular season on Monday, Jan. 29, with the championship games to be on Saturday, Feb. 10 at Lincolnville Central School. Those final title games will be 10 a.m. and noon.

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Postby Tom Nolette » Sun Jan 28, 2018 2:58 am

Talented Oceanside slowly, surely pulls away from Camden-Rockport for title
Waterman, Mackie, Stasulis, Sykes pace champs, Genthner, Hixon for Schooners

CAMDEN — The Oceanside Middle School girls seventh-grade basketball team proved impossible to beat all season, and proved why again on Saturday afternoon, Jan. 27 against Camden-Rockport in the Busline League championship game at Camden-Rockport Middle School.

The Mariners of Thomaston/Rockland found themselves in a momentary hole against the Schooners of Camden in the game’s opening minutes, but pulled ahead and distanced themselves from their opponent in the second stanza en route to a 55-43 win and the coveted title and an unbeaten season.

The Mariners ended the campaign at a perfect 12-0, while the Schooners of Camden finished 8-4.

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Postby Tom Nolette » Sun Jan 28, 2018 3:00 am

Busline League girls eighth-grade basketball
Perfection suits Medomak in strong championship win over

CAMDEN — For 12 straight games, the Medomak Middle School girls eighth-grade basketball team took its best shot at perfection and on Saturday afternoon, Jan. 27 at Camden-Rockport Middle School, the Riverhawks realized that quest.

And along the way, MMS often took opponents' best shots, and it did not, could not derail the Riverhawks.

The No. 1 Riverhawks of Waldoboro (12-0) bested No. 2 Boothbay Region Elementary School (9-3) 46-25 on Saturday to secure an unblemished mark — and, ultimately, the coveted Busline League crown.

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