Camden Hills soccer, golf, Oceanside field hockey stellarMedomak Valley, Oceanside golf, Camden Hills field hockey also in action
It was business as usual for a bundle of successful Midcoast high school fall sports teams in recent play, as the Camden Hills boys and girls soccer and golf teams continued their impressive unbeaten play, while the Oceanside field hockey squad was a lopsided winner.
In golf matches, Medomak Valley and Oceanside fell short.
The following is a recap of recently reported results:
Camden Hills 8, Morse 0
At Bath Sept. 28, the Windjammer express continued to roll down the tracks with another sensational offensive performance, as Camden Hills made quick work of the host Shipbuilders.
"Beautiful day on the new [artificial] turf in Bath today," said Camden Hills coach Ryan Hurley. "We'll get a couple days now and then face a Mount View [of Thorndike] team coming off a big 2-1 win against Waterville. Should be a great game."
Camden Hills has outscored opponents 54-2, with five shutouts.
On Saturday, Jack Henry Grannis-Phoenix opened the scoring with an unassisted goal at 20:08 before Yanni Stancioff converted a penalty kick at 18:30. Alex Blackwell scored at 14:02, assisted by Peter Vannorsdall, before Vannorsdall scored at 13:45, assisted by Grayson Szumilias, and Zach Pitcairn closed the first half with a goal at 5:48, assisted by Szumilias.
Stancioff scored at 26:11 of the second half, assisted by Matt Crockett, before Vannorsdall scored at 7:03, assisted by Blackwell, and Nick Walker closed the scoring at 3:25, assisted by Ben Welt
Marshall Spear made one save on one shot in the Windjammer goal, while Miles Day and Chris Paulus combined to make 20 saves on 40 shots for the Shipbuilders, who saw the visitors hold a 9-0 edge in corner kicks.
In the Maine Principals' Association Heal Point Standings for Eastern Class B, Camden Hills (6-0, 25.0000) is fifth, while Ellsworth (5-0-1, 42.2832 points) is first in the 19-team region. The top 13 teams qualify for the playoffs. The Windjammers' win over Morse is not included in the standings. Camden Hills is 7-0.
Oceanside 6, Lincoln Academy 0
At Newcastle Sept. 28, the visiting Mariners scored three goals in each half, received plenty of offense and tightened their defense en route to the easy victory.
In the first half, Becka Freeman, who finished with a hat trick, assisted by Amanda Hoppe, scored at 9:01, while Clara Feltus, assisted by Janelle Fowlie, tallied a goal at 1:39. Freeman converted an unassisted goal with 10 seconds left.
In the second half, Mary Allen scored, on Alexis Mazurek's assist, with 26:27 left, while Michaela Wright, assisted by Isabella Garver, made it 5-0 with 15:34 remaining. Freeman capped the scoring, and her hat trick, with 4:12 remaining, assisted by Hoppe.
Oceanside held a 31-1 edge in shots and 14-2 advantage in penalty corners. Zoe Billington made one save in the cage for the Mariners and Andrea Call 25 saves for the Eagles.
In the Maine Principals' Association Heal Point Standings for Eastern Class B, Oceanside (7-2, 29.6684 points) is fourth, while Old Town (9-0-1, 57.7423 points) is first in the 11-team region. The top eight teams qualify for the playoffs.
Nokomis 2, Camden Hills 0
At Newport Sept. 28, the Windjammers could not overtake the undefeated Warriors and were shut out on the road.
Lindsey Whitney scored both goals for the Warriors, while Caroline Keefe made 12 saves in goal for Camden Hills.
Nokomis outshot Camden Hills 14-0 and held a 14-2 edge in penalty corners.
In the Maine Principals' Association Heal Point Standings for Eastern Class B, Camden Hills (3-6, 8.7500 points) is 11th, while Old Town (9-0-1, 59.2730 points) is first in the 11-team region. The top eight teams qualify for the playoffs.
Camden Hills 153, Medomak Valley 214
At Rockland Golf Club Sept. 30, the Windjammers remained unbeaten in a win over the Panthers. Camden Hills prevailed with a four-golfer stroke total of 153 to 214 for Medomak Valley.
The individual match results, with Camden Hills golfers listed first, were: Julian Starbird (37) beat Adam Wilcox (48); Daulton Wickenden (34) beat Tyler Emerson (51); Drew Long (44) beat Aaron Smeltzer (61); Drew Holt (40) beat Cam Allaire (62); and Jared Garske (42) beat J.P. Lobley (54). Oliver Bianchi also shot a 56 for Camden Hills.
Wickenden shot 34 and was the medalist.
Mount Ararat 190, Oceanside 195
At Highland Green Golf Club in Topsham Sept. 30, the Mariners fell by five strokes to the host Eagles. Mount Ararat prevailed with a four-golfer stroke total of 190 to 195 for Oceanside.
Oceanside's individual scores were: Reilly Flanagan 43, Zeke Hamlin 49, Griffin Lombardo 51, Riley Sprague 52, Nate Hersom 52 and Anthony Dayboch 56.
Mount Ararat's individual scores were: Tyler O'Connor 39, Cam Cox 43, Jeremy Williams 61, Steve Schuman 51, Sawyer Watson 66 and Jason Mango 57.
O'Connor shot 39 and was the medalist.
Camden Hills 149, Mount Ararat 191
At the par-35 Highland Green Golf Club in Topsham in Sept. 27, the high-flying, deeply talented Windjammers, who have state title dreams dancing in their heads, recorded a four-golfer, nine-hole stroke total of 149 to Mount Ararat's 191. The Windjammers are 11-0 on the season and 11 straight Camden Hills golfers have earned medalist honors, including four different golfers.
In this match, Windjammer Julian Starbird shot 35 as the medalist.
Camden Hills' individual scores were: Drew Holt 40, Daulton Wickenden 36, Drew Long 38, Starbird 35, Jared Garske 43, Quinn Hilt 52, Oliver Bianchi 48 and Ryan Pierce 49
Mount Ararat's individual scores were: Tyler O'Connor 42, Cam Cox 41, Jeremy Williams 51, Stephen Schuman 57, Jason Magno 61 and Sawyer Watson 57,
Brunswick 184, Medomak Valley 236
At Brunswick Sept. 27, the Panthers fell to the host Dragons, by a four-golfer stroke total of 184 to 236.
The individual match results, with Panthers listed first, were: Adam Wilcox did not finish due to illness and lost to Ben Lord (46); Cam Allaire (64) lost to John Parker (45); Aaron Smeltzer (62) lost to Cam Heatley (45); J.P. Lobley (60) lost to Matt Brooks (48); and Tyler Emerson (50) beat Andy Auclair (60).
Camden Hills 2, Morse 1
At Rockport Sept. 28, the Windjammers tallied two first-half goals and that was enough as the hosts beat the Shipbuilders of Bath by a goal in a competitive game.
Katie Vannorsdall and Brynn Anderson tallied goals, at the 32:41 and 13:45 marks respectively, on assists from Charlotte Messer for Camden Hills. Miracle Trimble scored with 31:32 left in the second half for Morse.
Camden Hills held an 8-2 edge in shots and 3-1 advantage in corner kicks. Rachel Pease played in goal for the Windjammers.
In the Maine Principals' Association Heal Point Standings for Eastern Class B, Camden Hills (6-0-1, 33.6862 points) is third, while Waterville (8-0, 43.1888 points) is first in the 19-team region. The top 13 teams qualify for the playoffs.
Erskine Academy 3, Medomak Valley 0
At South China Sept. 26, the Panthers could not keep pace with the host Eagles. A. Cronk tallied two goals and M. Nadeau one for Erskine Academy, which held a 36-8 edge in shots. Ray played in goal for the Eagles and Chelsea Ripley in net for the Panthers.
"Erskine Academy used [its] short game and ball skills to control play two-thirds of the game," said Panther coach Larry Jensen. "Chelsea Ripley made four outstanding saves to prevent the score from being more than it was. Medomak Valley never gave up but had a hard time linking up to make successful runs at goal."
In the Maine Principals' Association Heal Point Standings for Eastern Class B, Medomak Valley (1-6-1, 4.2857 points) is 14th, while Waterville (8-0, 43.1888 points) is first in the 19-team region. The top 13 teams qualify for the playoffs.