Feeling at home, Mariners prevail, Windjammers fall in Sept. 22 contests
The Oceanside and Camden Hills field hockey squads were in action Sept. 22 in a pair of home contests as both team eyed late-season victories with the end of the regular campaign in sight.
The Mariners put an end to their three-game winless streak with a 3-1 victory over Morse of Bath, while the Windjammers could not keep up with the Black Raider offense and fell 6-2 in a homecoming contest.
The following is a recap of reported results:
Oceanside 3, Morse 1
At Rockland Sept. 22, the Mariners knocked off the visiting Shipbuilders to end their three-game winless streak.
Isabella Garver notched a goal and an assist in the win for the hosts, while Hannah Plourde and Jackie Thorbjornson both tallied goals and Phoebe Ferraiolo and Emma Davis added assists for the Mariners.
For Morse, Asia Berosby scored the team's lone goal off a penalty corner.
Zoe Billington made one save on two shots in goal in the first half, while Zoey Proctor played in the cage in the second half for the Mariners, but did not face a shot. Bryanna Ringrose made 19 saves on 22 shots in goal for Morse.
The Shipbuilders looked poised to take control early and earn their first win when Derosby scored a mere 1:55 into the contest off a penalty corner. However, the Mariners refocused and scored off a penalty corner of their own with 6:16 left in the first half when Garver found Thorbjornson, who knotted the game.
Plourde and Garver tallied second-half goals — Plourde with the game-winner with 23:10 left and Garver an insurance goal with 7:50 remaining — to round out the scoring.
In the Maine Principals' Association Heal Point Standings for Eastern Class B, Oceanside (5-2-1, 17.4362 points) is ninth, while Belfast (8-1, 43.6480 points) is first in the 14-team region. The top nine teams qualify for the playoffs.
Winslow 6, Camden Hills 2
At Rockport Sept. 22, the Windjammers scored first, but the Tigers scored often as the visitors secured their seventh win in nine games to spoil a homecoming celebration for Camden Hills.
Macy Buck and Camilla Walker scored goals for Camden Hills on a pair of Allie Flint assists.
Mackenzie Winslow (2 goals, assist), Jennifer Poulin (2 goals, assist), Sarah Wilder (goal) and Alyssa Wood (goal) contributed to the Black Raider offense.
Zia Sulick made 21 saves on 27 shots in the cage for Camden Hills, while Alexis Lachance made 14 saves on 16 shots. Winslow held a 9-1 edge in penalty corners.
Buck got the 'Jammers on the board early on an assist from Flint with 25:12 left, while Wilder and Poulin tallied first-half goals to put Winslow up by a goal after the first 30 minutes.
Walker banged the back of the cage with 25:53 left in the second half, on an assist from Flint, to knot the score for the 'Jammers. However, Winslow put on an offensive clinic the rest of the game — to the tune of four goals — en route to the win.
The Winslow jayvees also earned a 1-0 win over Camden Hills.
In the Maine Principals' Association Heal Point Standings for Eastern Class B, Camden Hills (3-6, 7.3469 points) is 12th, while Belfast (8-1, 43.6480 points) is first in the 14-team region. The top nine teams qualify for the playoffs.
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