The Camden Hills, Medomak Valley and Oceanside high school golf teams have been in action in recent days, a scenario that has been overwhelmingly positive for all three squads.

The Windjammers avenged an earlier loss with an 8-1 win over Maine Central Institute of Pittsfield on Monday, Sept. 15 and also bested Belfast 9-0 Friday, Sept. 12. The Panthers won and lost a pair of 9-0 matches as they defeated Mount View 9-0 on Monday and lost to MCI 9-0 on Friday.

Oceanside also picked up a win Monday as the Mariners bested Cony of Augusta 8-1.

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The following is a recap of recently-reported matches:

Camden Hills 8, Maine Central Institute 1

At the par-34 Samoset Resort in Rockport Sept. 15, the Windjammers avenged their only loss of the season — and dealt MCI its first defeat in the process — with a win over the Huskies. Camden Hills shot a four-golfer, nine-hole stroke total of 149 to 161 for MCI.

Prior to Camden Hills' loss to MCI Sept. 2, the Windjammers had won 20 straight regular-season matches dating back to 2012.

The individual results, with Camden Hills golfers listed fist, were: Daulton Wickenden (41) lost to Gavin Dugas (37), 2+1; Julian Starbird (34) beat Carter Pearl (40), 4+2; Drew Long (39) beat Eric Dugas (40), 2+1; Drew Holt (36) beat Parker Morrison (53), 5+3; Jared Garske (40) beat Nate Tilton (44), 1-up; and Casey Rouleau (43) beat Seth Mason (57), 4+3.

Starbird was the medalist with 34.

Medomak Valley 9, Mount View 0

At the par-36 Rockland Golf Club Sept. 15, the Panthers picked up their third win as they bested the visiting Mustangs. Medomak Valley shot a four-golfer, nine-hole stroke total of 206 to 253 for Mount View.

The individual results, with Medomak Valley golfers listed first, were: Adam Wilcox (50) beat Ross DeLorenzo (52), 3+1; Cam Allaire (57) beat Bo Curtis (64), 4+2; Aaron Smeltzer (48) beat Cassidy Gerrish, 3+2; Tyler Emerson (64) beat Kasey Roberts (80), 5+3; J.P. Lobley (51) beat Darrell Roberts (76), 4+3; and Brent Stewart (66) beat Stephen Koller (78), 2+1.

Smeltzer was the medalist with 48.

Oceanside 8, Cony 1

At the par-36 Rockland Golf Club Sept. 15, the Mariners sailed to their fifth win as they prevailed over the visiting Rams. Oceanside shot a four-golfer, nine-hole stroke total of 179 to 195 for Cony.

The individual results, with Oceanside golfers listed first, were: Nick Mazurek (40) beat Ben Leet (43), 1-up; Ryan Lawrence (46) beat Thomas Foster (50), 3+2; Zeke Hamlin (46) beat Justin Rodrigue (54), 3+2; Griffin Lombardo (47) beat Jake Whitley (48), 1-up; Nate Hersom (50) beat Tim Cusick (73), 5+4; and Hunter Dinsmore (64) lost to Brad Beeckle (55), 4+3.

Mazurek was the medalist with 40. Oceanside's lone loss on the season came against Cony.

Camden Hills 9, Belfast 0

At the par-36 Northport Golf Club Sept. 12, the Windjammers sailed to victory over the host Lions. Camden Hills shot a four-golfer, nine-hole stroke total of 152 to 195 for Belfast.

The individual results, with Camden Hills golfers listed first, were: Daulton Wickenden (38) beat Zach Alden (51); Julian Starbird (39) beat Alex Fritz (46); Drew Holt (43) beat Doyle Bailey (51); Jared Garske (39) beat Alex Lind (52); Drew Long (36) beat Artem Richter (47); and James Orne (47) beat Parker LaFrance (74).

Long was the medalist with 36.

In jayvee action, Connor Russell (54) beat Alexia Sweet (63); and Quinn Holt (53) beat Katy King (63).

Maine Central Institute 9, Medomak Valley 0

At J.W. Parks in Pittsfield Sept. 12, the Huskies had no trouble with the Panthers and prevailed in convincing fashion. MCI finished with a four-golfer, nine-hole stroke total of 157 to 213 to Medomak Valley.

The individual results, with Medomak Valley golfers listed first, were: Adam Wilcox (45) lost to Gavin Dugas, 4+2; Aaron Smeltzer (68) lost to Carter Pearl (39), 5+4; Cam Allaire (54) lost to Eric Dugas (39), 5+4; Tyler Emerson (54) lost to Parker Morrison (43), 5+4; J.P. Lobley (60) lost to Nate Tilton, 3+1; and Josh Goldrup (70) lost to Seth Mason (56), 5+4.

Gavin Dugas was the medalist with 36.

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