UPDATED with Video: Medomak Valley, Camden Hills split varsity doubleheader

WALDOBORO – The Medomak Valley basketball programs hosted Camden Hills in a varsity doubleheader Thursday with the girls playing first and picking up a 67-28 win over the visiting Windjammers.
The Medomak Valley girls team was loose and ready for the matchup with Camden Hills. Medomak won the game 67-28. (Photo by Ron Hawkes)
Click here for the Photo Gallery from the girls game
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In the nightcap, the boys played a tough game but fell to the Windjammers 53-45 in a tightly contested battle.

GIRLS GAME
This game got out of hand for the Windjammers after the first quarter as the Panthers were playing solid basketball with a balanced scoring attack and some outstanding defense.

Video by Ron Hawkes

Medomak led after each quarter 16-12, 33-19 at the half and 53-23 after three quarters. Medomak outscored the Windjammers 14-5 to finish out the game.

Gabby DePatsy led the Panthers with a game-high 26 points including four 3-point baskets. Also scoring were, Sadie Cohen with 17; Kayla Donlin eight; Abby Lash four; and Cheyenne Nash, Maddy White, Aubrey Schaeffer, Hallie Kunesh, Paige Powell, and Lydia Simmons two each. The Panthers were 11-of-16 (69 percent) from the foul line.

For Camden Hills; Lauren Miller had nine points; MiAe DeWaard five; Nicole Brown four; Seana Montgomery three; Anya Babb-Brott, Audrey Bowman, and Mya Wiley two each; and Laticia Billings one. Camden Hills was 8-of-22 (36 percent) from the foul line.

The Windjammers fall to 2-13 on the season and will travel to Farmington Saturday for a 7 p.m. tip-off against host Mt. Blue. Medomak Valley moves to 10-6 and is in seventh place in the Maine Principles Association Heal Point Standings. The top eight teams make the playoffs. Medoomak is off until Tuesday, Feb. 6 when they host Mt. Ararat with a 6:30 start time.

BOYS GAME
Noah Heidorn set the pace for the Windjammers and led his team to an exciting 53-45 win over rival Medomak Valley Thursday night in the second game of the doubleheader.

Video by Ron Hawkes

This was a close game but with only four lead changes and two ties all in the first half, the Panthers found themselves trying to come from behind most of the game.

Heidorn had a balanced attack scoring 13 points in each half for a game-high 26 points; Jesse Fraser eight; Daniel Peabody seven; John Curtin six; and Michael McGeady, Ionut Lodge, and Ethan Ford two each. TheWindjammers were 9-of-15 (60 percent) from the foul line.

Brent Stewart and Gabe Allaire had 13 points each to pace the Panthers. Ryan Creamer five; Chris Bowman, Ethan Spear, and Alec Coughlin four each; and Josh Goldrup two. Medomak Valley was 5-of-7 (71 percent) from behind the foul line.

With the win, Camden Hills moves to 9-6 on the season and is in fourth place in the Heal Point Standings. Medomak Valley at 10-6 drops to seventh place in the standings. The top eight teams make the playoffs.


Medomak's Sadie Cohen, center, drives into traffic for two points as Miranda Dunton, right, and MiAe DeWaard defend. (Photo by Ron Hawkes)

Medomak senior Gabby DePatsy led the charge with 26 points Thursday night. (Photo by Ron Hawkes)

Camden Hills freshman Seana Montgomery with a running layup as Medomak's Gabby DePatsy looks on. (Photo by Ron Hawkes)

Camden Hills Audrey Bowman looks to move the ball as a defender closes in. (Photo by Ron Hawkes)
Camden Hills John Curtin gets the jump. The Windjammers won the game 53-45. (Photo by Ron Hawkes)

Camden Hills Noah Heidorn takes the shot. (Photo by Ron Hawkes)

Medomak Valley's Nathan Emerson left, takes a shot over Camden Hills Ethan Ford. (Photo by Ron Hawkes)

Medomak Valley's Gabe Allaire takes a shot from behind the arc as Camden Hills Daniel Peabody comes out to defend. (Photo by Ron Hawkes)

Medomak Valley's Chris Bowman left, takes a shot as Camden Hills John Curtin tries to block and Medomak's Ethan Spear looks on. (Photo by Ron Hawkes)


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