Oceanside, Camden Hills golf, soccer, field hockey from Sept. 6Mariners, Windjammers realize links, field success
Midcoast student-athletes — from boys and girls soccer to golf to field hockey — were in action Sept. 6 in hopes of picking up early-season victories.
Among the days winners were the Oceanside girls soccer, field hockey and golf squads, along with the Camden Hills golf team.
Oceanside 9, Lincoln Academy 0
At Newcastle Sept. 6, the Mariners received goals from six players and eight players logged assists in a shutout victory over the Eagles. The Mariners scored all nine goals in the first half.
Oceanside held a 44-6 edge in shots and a 7-3 advantage in penalty corners. Zoey Proctor and Zoe Billington combined to make six saves in the cage for Oceanside, while Andrea Call turned away 35 saves for Lincoln Academy.
The Mariners scored all nine goals in the first half, with the first three in the first minute and a half.
Oceanside's goals were scored, in order, by: Emma Davis, assisted by Jackie Thorbjornson; Isabella Garver, assisted by Phoebe Ferriaolo; Hannah Plourde, assisted by Garver; Plourde, assisted by Thorbjornson; Brooke Dugan, assisted by Amanda Hoppe; Molly Mellor, assisted by Dugan; Rebekah Freeman, assisted by Danielle Bedard; Mellor, assisted by Casey Carroll; and Freeman, assisted by Janelle Fowlie
Mount Blue 2, Camden Hills 0
At Rockport Sept. 6, a late-game mental lapse proved to be the Windjammers' undoing as the Cougars (1-1) picked up their first win of the young season.
Makayla Oswald and Taylor Hollingworth scored goals 1:14 apart late in the second half to help the visitors pull away.
Oswald scored an unassisted goal with 8:56 remaining in the contest and assisted on Hollingworth's goal at the 7:42-mark to lead the Cougars.
Zia Sulick made two saves for Camden Hills (1-2), while Rileigh Lanchet made 12 saves for Mount Blue. The Windjammers led 12-4 in shots and 12-5 in penalty corners.
Oceanside 6.5, Messalonskee 2.5
At the Rockland Golf Club Sept. 6, the Mariners stayed unbeaten on the young season and prevailed over the visiting Eagles. Oceanside earned the victory with a four-golfer, nine-hole stroke total of 175 to 192. Oceanside won three individual matches, lost two individual matches and tied another.
Oceanside's Jordan Carter shot 39 to earn medalist honors.
The individual results, with Mariners listed first, were: Nick Mazurek (40) beat Justin Rollins (46), 2-up; Reilly Flanagan (43) beat Taylor Clark (53), 3-2; Carter (39) beat Brendon Bouchard (51), 5-4; Zeke Hamlin (53) lost to Billy Rollins (44), 4-2; Zach Bernard (57) tied Nick Lebun (55); and Anthony Dayboch (67) lost to Derek Guerette (51), 4-3.
Camden Hills 9, Leavitt 0
At the Samoset Resort in Rockport Sept. 6, the Windjammers (3-1) made quick work of the visiting Hornets (1-2) and won in convincing fashion. Camden Hills earned the victory with a four-golfer, nine-hole stroke total of 151 to 184. Camden Hills won all six individual matches, while Daulton Wickenden shot a 34, earning medalist honors on the day.
The individual results, with Windjammers listed first, were: Wickenden (34) beat Mark Hite (50); Drew Long (39) beat Kaleb Boulet (44); Julian Starbird beat Ryan Gosselin (45); Drew Long (40); Eddie Socker (47) beat Justin Bean (50) and Teddy Laurita (50) beat Alex Dinard (54).
Oceanside 3, Gardiner 2
At Thomaston Sept. 6 in a makeup from Sept. 5, the Mariners scored the game-winning goal with less than three minutes to go in regulation to nip the visiting Tigers.
Karly Robinson scored a pair of goals for the Mariners, while Megan Beal also creased the net for the hosts. Emily Gould added two assists and Caitlin Raye added one.
For Gardiner, Allison Day scored two goals and Kylee Granholm added an assist.
Oceanside's Kennadi Grover and Gardiner's Madison Cutler both collected six saves in their respective nets. Oceanside outshot Gardiner 11-8, led 6-3 in corner kicks and 7-4 in direct kicks.
Beal got the Mariners on the board after collecting a long throw-in from Gould and beat Cutler with 19:59 remaining, while Day booted in the equalizer with 4:30 left in the half, off an assist from Granholm.
Oceanside responded quickly in the second half after Raye booted a corner kick that was headed in by Robinson at the 34:59-mark, but Day scored her second goal for Gardiner, unassisted, with 21:53 left to tie the game.
Robinson then creased the net with the game-winner off a deep throw-in from Gould with 2:59 remaining.
Gardiner 3, Oceanside 2
At Gardiner Sept. 6 in a makeup from Sept. 5, the Tigers tallied the game-winning goal with under a minute to play to hand the Mariners their first loss of the season.
Sawyer Pillsbury and Caleb Jacob scored goals for the Mariners, while Andy Roberts, Josh Caldwell and Jesus Lasos creased the net for the Tigers, while Dan Del Gallo added three assists.
Ben Caron made two saves in goal for Oceanside, while Ian Lane had seven stops for Gardiner.
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