It may not have been a win, but after an 0-3 start to the new high school campaign, the Camden Hills field hockey team will take what it can get.

That is what the Windjammers did on Saturday, Sept. 13 as the Windjammers (0-3-1) scored a goal late in regulation and came away with a 1-1 double-overtime tie after two 30-minute halves and two eight-minute, 7-on-7 OTs.

Reanna Boulay got Mount View (1-1-2) on the board with 19 minutes left in the first half after she blasted a shot, inserted by teammate Ellie Peasley off a penalty corner.

However, Camden Hills responded with 3:58 left in regulation when Emily Bowen scored, on an assist from Macy Buck.

Buck crossed the ball in front of the goal, while Bowen came up with the deflection to beat Mount View goalie Dinah Bilodeau.

Camden Hills coach Lindsey Clement said she “thought the girls played really well,” particularly given the fact that the team was without starters Harper Gordon and Eva Ritchie, along with reserve Mariah Harris. The trio attended the funeral for Dr. Jim Laurita, the founder of the Hope Elephants, who passed away Sept. 9.

The game was pushed from 10 a.m. to 2:30 p.m due to a lack of available officials, which created the conflict for the three players.

Clement said her team made “rookie mistakes” in the team's 3-0 loss to Nokomis Sept. 11, “but today we didn't make any.”

“I was apprehensive about playing [Mount View], but we really pulled it together as a team,” she said. “We fixed lots of sloppy mistakes we made at Nokomis the other day and I was happy with the way they came out.”

Clement added her team “really took charge” in the second half in an otherwise evenly-matched game.

“The fact that we can pull off a tie against a team like Mount View that has played really well all season, I couldn't be happier,” said Clement.

Mount View, which lost 3-0 to Erskine Academy Sept. 11, also was without starters Kersey Boulay and Darrian Wren.

"Having lost yesterday it was a much better game today,” said Mount View coach Gloria Hewett. “We had a lot of varsity starters out of the game yesterday and one was able to come back today.”

Nokomis 3, Camden Hills 0

At Rockport Sept. 11, the defending state Class B champion Warriors prevailed over the Windjammers.

Meaghan Lovely, Mikayla Pelkey and Mikayla Charters scored for Nokomis, which led 2-0 at halftime.

Desi Dodd made two saves for Camden Hills, while the Nokomis' goalie (name unavailable) made three saves. The Warriors outshot the Windjammers 5-3 and led 11-5 in penalty corners.