The weather cooperated for the 2008 Medomak Valley Holiday Classic on Dec. 27 and 28. Both Medomak teams won two games, as did Lincoln Academy boys. Wiscasset boys split games, including an overtime loss to Lincoln, and Wiscasset girls dropped both games.
Top scorers for Boothbay were Brant 17, Dickinson 12, and for Belfast, Bernosky 13, and Davis 10.
Scoring for Wiscasset were Dennison 25, Josh Hopkins 21, Hinkley 18, Josh Sonia 6, Alex Slack 6, Mitchell DeCosta 4, and Cody Griffin 2.
Scoring for Rockland were Chris Nolan 33, Teel Ilvonen 11, Lincoln Dresser 10, Dylan Meklin 6, Josh Harjula 4, Anderson Murphy 4, Nick Baudanza 4, Haley 2, and Tyler Patterson 2.
Players of the game were Dennison and Nolan.
Players of the game were Jim Davis for Belfast and Dean Cline for the Bucs. Davis led Belfast with 15, and Cline netted 8 for the Bucs.
Lincoln shot 10 for 11 from the foul line. Ben McLain led the charge with 17, Everett Martin chipped in 12, Patrick Mullin 7 (all in the 4th), Gage Peaslee 5, Kyle Scherer 3, Troy Carter 2, and Ethan Wajer 2.
Scoring for Boothbay were Dylan Brandt 14, Dan Hallinan 7, Dan Dickinson 6, Alex Gorey 5, Zak Vanderlaan 5, Rob Morton 2, and Jake Simmons 1. Players of the game were McLain for the Eagles and Brandt for the Seahawks.
Scoring for Medomak were Alex MacKenzie 10, Isaac Durkee 9, Tyler Isidro 9, Kevin Fogg 8, Aubel 8, Cody Neptune 7, Jason Vinal 4, and Taylor Williamson 3.
Scoring for Freeport were Klages 13, Kyle Strozewski 7, Tom Curry 8, Sean Enking 4, Wesley Skold 3, Josh Ackley 2, and Josh Weirich 1.
Wiscasset led 14-9 at the end of the first quarter.
The Eagles scored the first seven points of the second frame to take lead. Wiscasset went on a nine-to-seven run to end the half with a one-point lead, 24-23. Wiscasset opened up an eight-point lead early in the 3rd.
Lincoln hit two 3’s late in the period from Mullin and Andrew Feltis to pull the Eagles within two at the break 38-36. Wiscasset took a five-point lead at the line, only to have the Eagles come soaring back on a Ben McLain 3-pointer and Feltis hoop on a McLain feed to tie the score with 4:30 to go.
Sumner Averill converted off the glass and Hinkley scored to put the Redskins up by eight.
Mullin hit a three, to pull within one, but Cody Griffin scored from the floor and the line for a four-point Wiscasset lead. Gage Peaslee scored back-to-back hoops on feeds from Everett Martin and Mullin to tie the score with 33 seconds to go.
Averill hit two foul shots with 7.5 seconds to play to give Wiscasset the lead. Mullin fired up a 3-pointer that bounced off the rim, but Peaslee was there to grab the rebound and in Larry Bird style, Peaslee made the shot while falling to the floor to send the game to overtime.
Feltis and Mullin scored early in OT, and Peaslee and McLain went two-for-two at the line to give Lincoln the victory. Lincoln made 19 of 24 foul shots in the game.
Scoring for Lincoln were Mullin 16, McLain 11 (7R,3A), Feltis 11, Peaslee 10 (7R,2S), Wajer 6 (3R2A), Troy Carter 3, Martin 2 (7R,2B2A), Cameron Dodge 2.
Scoring for Wiscasset were Hinkley 17 (4R,3S), Griffin 14 (3R,2S,2B), Dennison 9 (5R,3S,3B,3A), Averill 6 (4R,1B), Hopkins 5 (5R,2A), and Josh Sonia 2. Lincoln held a 37-25 edge on the boards.
Rockland was led by Meklin 14 and Nolan 13, and Freeport by Eking with 10.
Every Medomak player scored. Tyler Isidro netted 7, Alex MacKenzie 7 (3R,2S,3A), Caleb Guistra 7, Isaac Greenrose 6 (5R), Jason Vinal 5 (3S), Dale Winchenbach 5, Cody Neptune 5 (4R) John Bartlett 4 (5R,3S), Dan Aubel 4 (5R,2S), Isaac Durkee 4 (3S), Kevin Fogg 3, and Taylor Williamson 3.
Injured and not playing were Alex Goldrup, Kurt Ward, and Dustin Osier.
Scoring for Georges Valley were Robbie Beverage 6, Keil Gauthier 6 (5R), Alec Young 4, Logan Cross 2, and Chaney Oakes 2.
Scoring for Wiscasset were Johnson 11, True 7, Lindsey Applebee 4, and Ali Preble, Heather McRae, Amanda Dowling, and Elegance Hartwick 2 each.
Scoring for Camden were Smeaton 24, Maci Heal 9, Legage 6, Julia Nason 5, Molly McLaughlin 5, Kylie Carlsen 4, Lauren Jeschke 4, Hayley Buckheit 3, and Gab Duke 2.
Baille Boggs led with 17, Sirois added 10, Jenn Heal 9, Hooper 7, Allison Curtis 6, Leia Dennison 6, Felt 6, Amanda Burns 6, Joelle Joyce 5, and Wellman 4.
Scoring for Wiscasset were Johnson 11, True 7, Applebee 4, and Preble, McRae, Dowling, and Hartwick with 2 each. Players of the Game were Sirois and McRae.
Scoring for Medomak were Lindsay Ranquist 9, Massengale 8, Ericka Christensen 8, Alanna Vose 8, Danielle Dyer 7, Nicole Weaver 5, Jasmyn Rose 5, Kayla Vannah 3, Mariah Jenkins 2, and Erika Knutson 2.
Scoring for Freeport were Poulin 14, Rachel Foster 9, Lucy Whitacre 6, Molly Curry 2, Whitney Bibeau 2, Katie Poulin 1, and Emily Drummond 1.
Boggs and Foster were named Players of the Game. Boggs scored 23 and Joyce 12 to lead Rockland, and Foster 12 and Poulin 10 for Freeport.
Scoring for Medomak were Christensen 12 (13R), Jasmyn Rose 10 (3R,2B), Kayla Vannah 7, Erica Tolman 5, Alanna Vose 5, (3S,2A) Lindsay Ranquist 4, Nicole Weaver 4, Erika Knutson 4 (2R,2S,2A), Danielle Dyer 2, and Lacy Massengale 2 (6S).
Scoring for the Bucs were Veilleux 7, Colleen Haskell 6, Holly A-Allan 5, Danielle Frye 4, Jill Bradbury 3, Katlyn Rich 3, and Snow 2.
Selected to the Medomak Valley Holiday All-Classic Girls’ Team were Brittany Dyer, Belfast; Kristen Sibley, Boothbay; Maddie Smeaton, Camden; Ali Johnson, Wiscasset; Ballie Boggs, Rockland; Kristin Poulin, Freeport; Ericka Christensen, Medomak; and Emily Cocks, Georges Valley.