Members of the Yarmouth boys basketball team run to the student section to celebrate their championship win over Ellsworth at the conclusion of the Boys Class B championship at the Cross Insurance Center, March 4, 2022. Credit: Sawyer Loftus / BDN

After more than two weeks of games, the 2022 Maine high school basketball tournament has come to a close. From times of joy and excitement to disappointment, we have been there to capture every moment. Here’s a look back at the final round of games.

Gorham High School’s Kalin Curtis (right) and Cheverus High School’s Hayley Jordan both go after a loose ball in the Maine Class AA girls basketball championship game at the Cross Insurance Arena in Portland on Saturday, March 5, 2022. Credit: Troy R. Bennett / BDN
Members of the Cheverus High School girls basketball team celebrate their victory in the Maine Class AA basketball championship game at the Cross Insurance Arena in Portland on Saturday, March 5, 2022. Credit: Troy R. Bennett / BDN
Oceanside’s Bailey Breen reaches for the ball over Hermon’s Charlotte Caron in the Class B state championship girls basketball game at the Cross Insurance Center in Bangor on March 4, 2022. Credit: Sawyer Loftus / BDN
Oceanside’s Breen Moves around Hermon’s Charlotte Caron in the Class B state championship girls basketball game. Credit: Sawyer Loftus /BDN
Players from Hermon and Oceanside fight for control of the ball during the Girls Class B Championship at the Cross Insurance Center, March 4, 2022. Credit: Sawyer Loftus / BDN
Members of the Oceanside girls basketball team celebrate their championship win over Hermon in the Cross Insurance Center, March 4, 2022. Credit: Sawyer Loftus / BDN
BANGOR, Maine — Ellsworth’s Chance Mercier jumps over two Yarmouth players to get the ball in the net during the Class B Championship in the Cross Insurance Center, March 4, 2022. (Sawyer Loftus | BDN)
Ellsworth’s Hunter Curtis jumps to deflect a shot from Yarmouth’s Matt Waeldner during the Boys B Championship at the Cross Insurance Center, March 4, 2022. Credit: Sawyer Loftus / BDN
Members of the Yarmouth boys basketball team run to the student section to celebrate their championship win over Ellsworth at the conclusion of the Boys Class B championship at the Cross Insurance Center, March 4, 2022. Credit: Sawyer Loftus / BDN
Skowhegan Area High School’s Jaycie Christopher shoots in the Maine Class A girls state championship basketball game in the Cross insurance Arena in Portland on Saturday, March 5, 2022. Credit: Troy R. Bennett / BDN
Skowhegan Area High School’s Jaycie Christopher drives around a Greely High School defender in the Maine Class A girls state championship basketball game in the Cross insurance Arena in Portland on Saturday, March 5, 2022. Credit: Troy R. Bennett / BDN
Greely High School’s Chelsea Graiver drives around a Skowhegan Area High School defender Jaycie Christopher. Credit: Troy R. Bennett / BDN
Nokomis High School’s Connor Sides passes the ball during the Maine Class A boys basketball championship game at the Cross Insurance Arena in Portland on Saturday, March 5, 2022. Credit: Troy R. Bennett / BDN
Nokomis High School fans cheer on their team during the Maine Class A boys basketball championship game at the Cross Insurance Arena in Portland on Saturday, March 5, 2022. Credit: Troy R. Bennett / BDN
Nokomis High School’s Cooper Flagg passes the ball. Credit: Troy R. Bennett / BDN
Nokomis High School’s Madden White dribbles around Falmouth High School defender Lucas Dilworth. Credit: Troy R. Bennett / BDN
Nokomis High School boys basketball team players celebrate their win in the Maine Class A state championship game in Portland at the Cross Insurance Arena on Saturday, March 5. 2022. Credit: Troy R. Bennett / BDN
Fans cheer on the South Portland boys basketball team in the Maine Class AA basketball championship game at the Cross Insurance Arena in Portland on Saturday, March 5, 2022. Credit: Troy R. Bennett / BDN
South Portland High School’s Owen Maloney looks to shoot around Oxford Hills High School’s Teigan Pelletier in the Maine Class AA boys basketball championship game at the Cross Insurance Arena in Portland on Saturday, March 5, 2022. Credit: Troy R. Bennett / BDN
South Portland High School’s JP Estrella pulls down a rebound over Oxford Hills High School’s Colby Dillingham. Credit: Troy R. Bennett / BDN
South Portland High School’s JP Estrella looks to the hoop while guarded by Oxford Hills High School’s Colby Dillingham. Credit: Troy R. Bennett / BDN
South Portland boys basketball team members celebrate their victory in the Maine Class AA basketball championship game at the Cross Insurance Arena in Portland on Saturday, March 5, 2022. Credit: Troy R. Bennett / BDN
Swinging the net in celebration is Graham Siltz (right) alongside Buddy Porter after Southern Aroostook beat Forest Hills for the Class D state championship Saturday at the Augusta Civic Center. Credit: Courtesy of Jan Vose
Both the Southern Aroostook boys and girls basketball teams brought home state championships Saturday with impressive performances at the Augusta Civic Center. The SACS girls dominated Seacoast Christian Academy 58-18, while the boys beat Forest Hills 82-61. Credit: Courtesy of Jan Vose
Hoisting the gold ball are Southern Aroostook’s Chris Caswell (left), Hunter Burpee (middle) and Brennan Burpee after the Warriors beat Forest Hills 82-61 for the Class D state title. It’s the first boys gold ball for SA since 1991. Credit: Courtesy of Jan Vose
Madison Russell (left) and Cami Shields of Southern Aroostook can barely contain their excitement after the Warriors won the Class D state championship Saturday at the Augusta Civic Center. Credit: Courtesy of Jan Vose
The Southern Aroostook girls captured the state Class D championship with a 58-18 victory over Seacoast Christian Academy at the Augusta Civic Center Saturday.  Credit: Courtesy of Jan Vose