Oceanside soccer, field hockey, Camden Hills soccer prevail Oct. 1Oceanside girls soccer suffers second loss of fall campaign
There was no shortage of shutouts for Midcoast high school sports teams on Tuesday, Oct. 1, which bode well for area squads in soccer and field hockey.
The Oceanside field hockey and boys soccer teams blanked their opponents, while the Mariner girls soccer squad was not as fortunate as they were shut out on the road.
The Camden Hills girls soccer team also posted a road victory and remained unbeaten on the season.
The following is a recap of reported results:
Oceanside 1, Brewer 0
At Brewer Oct. 1, the Mariners blanked the host Witches as they earned their eighth win.
Becka Freeman scored for Oceanside, on an assist from Alexis Mazurek, in the game's first minute, which was all the visitors needed against Brewer.
Zoe Billington had six saves in goal for the Mariners, while Krissy McNichol, Darrian Leonardi and Brooke Dugan added a defensive save for Oceanside. Brooke Richards made nine saves in the cage for the Witches.
Oceanside held a 10-9 edge in shots, while Brewer led 14-5 in penalty corners, 11 of which came in the second half when the Witches pressed hard for the tying goal.
In the Maine Principals' Association Heal Point Standings for Eastern Class B, Oceanside (8-2, 36.8112 points) is fourth, while Old Town (9-0-1, 60.0383 points) is first in the 10-team region. The top eight teams qualify for the playoffs.
Oceanside 4, Morse 0
At Thomaston Oct. 1, the Mariners blanked the Shipbuilders en route to their sixth win.
Nick Judge, Christian Straka, R.J. Hall and Caleb Robinson scored for Oceanside. The hosts held a 15-3 edge in shots and blanked the visitors 12-0 in corner kicks. Phil Atwood played in goal for the Mariners. Zac Roman and Travis Frye added assists for the winners.
"We are happy with the six wins that we have, but don't feel like we have played our best soccer yet," said veteran Oceanside coach Josh Mahar. "We will continue to work on all aspects of our game, and hope to improve more and more with each match. Our players have a great attitude and work ethic. In the long run that is what will make us successful."
In the Maine Principals' Association Heal Point Standings for Eastern Class B, Oceanside (6-2, 24.1071 points) is eighth, while Presque Isle (6-1-1, 43.4311 points) is first in the 19-team region. The top 13 teams qualify for the playoffs.
Camden Hills 6, Mount View 1
At Thorndike Oct. 1, the Windjammers remained unbeaten as they bested the Mustangs by five goals.
Lea Smith finished with a hat trick for the winners, while Grace Hayward, Emma Gutheinz and Izzy Gutheinz also scored for Camden Hills. Meri Picard had the lone tally for Mount View.
Rachel Pease made three saves on five shots in net for the 'Jammers, while Tori Strain made 10 saves on 18 shots in goal for the 'Stangs.
In the Maine Principals' Association Heal Point Standings for Eastern Class B, Camden Hills (7-0-1, 39.9362 points) is third, while Mount View (1-6-1, 5.1786 points) is 15th. Waterville (9-0, 55.6888 points) is first in the 19-team region. The top 13 teams qualify for the playoffs.
Morse 1, Oceanside 0
At Bath Oct. 1, the Mariners fell by one goal to the host Shipbuilders.
Savannah Simmons-Grover tallied the game-winner for Morse on an unassisted goal from about 35 yards out with 10:09 left in regulation.
Kalyn Grover made nine saves in net for Oceanside, while Alesha Aucoin made six saves for Morse. Morse outshot Oceanside 10-6, led 8-3 in corner kicks and 10-7 in direct kicks.
In the Maine Principals' Association Heal Point Standings for Eastern Class B, Oceanside (5-2-1, 34.0689 points) is fourth, while Waterville (9-0, 55.6888 points) is first in the 19-team region. The top 13 teams qualify for the playoffs.