Forget about conferences, classes and geography for a minute.
Mountain Valley didn't learn anything Thursday night about Falmouth in a 58-22 Western Class B semifinal loss that every other team on the Yachtsmen's boys' basketball schedule hadn't already discovered.
That is, the Falcons can count the number of better teams than the Yachtsmen in the entire state on one hand, and they still would have enough fingers left to scratch their heads and wonder what else they possibly could have done.
Jack Simonds led four Falmouth players in double figures with 13 points as the regional tournament moved from Portland Expo to Cumberland County Civic Center.
Charlie Fay added 12 points and Thomas Wilberg and Thomas Coyne contributed 11 points apiece for the top-seeded Yachtsmen (19-1), who will meet Western Maine Conference rival York in Saturday's title game.
Coyne canned three of Falmouth's six 3-pointers, all in the first half, when Falmouth sped to leads of 15-5 after one quarter and 37-13 at the break.
Wilberg scored eight points in the first quarter. Coyne chalked up eight and Simonds seven in the second. The Yachstmen were not whistled for a foul in the half.
No. 4 Mountain Valley (13-7), which beat MVC rival Spruce Mountain in the quarterfinals, was held to one point in the third quarter.
Falmouth prevented the Falcons' leading scorer, Jacob Theriault, from hitting a field goal. He finished with two points.
Sean Murphy and Dominic Haines led Mountain Valley with six points each. The Falcons sank more 3-point shots (four) than 2-point field goals (three).