The high school golf regular season swung in for Midcoast squads on Thursday, Aug. 26, a scenario that featured an area rivalry between two teams as another squad headed north for a pair of matches on one of the state’s premier courses.

Oceanside bested Medomak Valley 9-0 at Rockland Golf Club, while Camden Hills split with Messalonskee of Oakland (9-0 loss) and Oxford Hills of South Paris (5-1 win) in a tri-match at Belgrade Lakes Golf Club.

Scene from Oceanside and Medomak Valley on Aug. 26 in high school golf in Rockland. Mark Haskell

The following is a breakdown of matches featuring area teams:

Oceanside 9, Medomak Valley 0

At Rockland Aug. 26, the Mariners sailed past the Panthers with a four-golfer, nine-hole stroke total of 175 to 242 for the Panthers.

The individual results, with Mariners listed first, were: Austin Chilles beat Tyler Metcalf, 2-and-1; Noah McLellan beat Logan Lock, 5-and-3; Bryson Mattox beat Katelyn Berry, 5-and-3; Rhys Jones beat Aiden Abbotoni, 5-and-4; and Duncan Oakes-Nelsen beat Lochlan Murray, 4-and-2. Colin Landry also shot 54 for Oceanside.

Chilles fired 41 to earn medalist honors for Oceanside.

Messalonskee 9, Camden Hills 0

At Belgrade Aug. 26, the Eagles soared past the Windjammers with a four-golfer, nine-hole stroke total of 173 to 191 for the Windjammers.

The individual results, with Eagles listed first, were: Sam Seekins beat Liam O’Dwyer, 1-up, Mitch Grant beat Aiden O’Connell, 2-and-1; Brady Bumford beat Declan Buchanan, 2-and-1; Jacob Love beat Joe Coffey, 4-and-2; Jacob Moody beat Even Fagonde, 4-and-3; and Joe Ardito beat Teagan Lowe, 5-and-3.

O’Dwyer fired 40 to earn medalist honors for Camden Hills.

Scene from Oceanside and Medomak Valley on Aug. 26 in high school golf in Rockland. Mark Haskell

Camden Hills 5, Oxford Hills 1

At Belgrade Aug. 26, the Windjammers sailed past the Vikings with a three-golfer, nine-hole stroke total of 162 to 165.

The individual results, with Windjammers listed first, were: Joe Coffey beat Holden Rodzen, 3-and-2; Eben Fagonde beat Belle Steves, 3-and-2; and Teagan Lowe beat Evan Smith, 2-up.

Coffey fired 52 to earn medalist honors for Camden Hills.

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