ROCKPORT — There is nothing to bring high school athletic teams and their adoring fans together better than good old-fashioned homecoming games. That is especially true when the hosts find ways to finish on top.

That was the case for the Camden Hills soccer teams on Saturday, Oct. 9, while the Windjammer field hockey squad came up a bit short.

Camden Hills’ Leah Snyder. Photo by Holly Vanorse Spicer

The day concluded with three shutouts — as the soccer teams benefitted from those results — as the Windjammer boys booted past Oxford Hills of South Paris 6-0 and girls netted a 3-0 victory over Mount Ararat of Topsham.

Additionally that day, Windjammer field hockey came up on the short end of a 2-0 score against Brunswick.

Camden Hills’ Sydney Stone. Photo by Holly Vanorse Spicer

The following is a recap of those three contests:

Boys soccer

Camden Hills 6, Oxford Hills 0

At Rockport Oct. 9, the Windjammers sailed past the Vikings en route to a lopsided win. Camden Hills held a 4-0 edge at halftime.

The Camden Hills offense was led by Max Welt (goal, assist), Avery Hackett (goal), Cam Brown (goal, assist), Sam Brownawell (assist), Charlie Pons (3 goals), Roan Aldridge-Peacock (assist) and Ben Schenk (assist).

Camden Hills’ Ben Schenk. Photo by Zack Miller

Henry Pharris made one save on one shot in goal for the Windjammers, while the the Oxford Hills keeper, whose name unavailable, made five saves on 22 shots in net.

Camden Hills held a 5-0 edge in corner kicks.

“Today was a beautiful day to play soccer and we had an excellent game,” said Camden Hills coach Ryan Hurley. “It was wonderful to see so many familiar faces return for the homecoming festivities. The boys did well to play the game at our pace and to our standards. We have yet another monster week coming up with three incredibly challenging games so we’ll savor the victory for the rest of the weekend and then get back to business on Monday.”

Camden Hills’ Sam Brownawell, middle. Photo by Zack Miller

In the Maine Principals’ Association Heal Point Standings for Class A North, Camden Hills (8-1-1, 151.3980 points) is second, while Lewiston (9-0-1, 169.3535 points) is first in the 12-team region.

Girls soccer

Camden Hills 3, Mount Ararat 0

At Rockport Oct. 9, the Windjammers emerged victorious via shutout over the Eagles. Camden Hills led 2-0 at halftime.

Sydney Stone, Brenna Mackey and Ali Tassoni scored for the hosts, while Amelia Johnson and Britta Denny added an assist.

The Windjammers finished with seven shots on goal and attempted nine corner kicks, while Maddy Tohanczyn minded the net and got the shutout for Camden Hills.

In the Maine Principals’ Association Heal Point Standings for Class A North, Camden Hills (8-2, 132.8909 points) is third, while Bangor (10-0, 204.7818 points) is first in the 12-team region.

Field hockey

Brunswick 2, Camden Hills 0

At Rockport Oct. 9, the Dragons kept the host Windjammers out of the cage and collected a crucial road win. Brunswick led 1-0 at halftime.

Camden Hills’ Anna Jordan. Photo by Zack Miller

Ellie Sullivan and Kelsey Sullivan scored for Brunswick.

Brunswick held a 14-10 edge in shots, while Camden Hills held an 11-7 advantage in penalty corners.

Tess Hodgkins made 11 saves in the cage for the Windjammers, while Ahavah Burch made 10 saves in goal for the Dragons.

In the Maine Principals’ Association Heal Point Standings for Class A North, Camden Hills (5-7-1, 54.2098 points) is ninth, while Skowhegan (10-0, 207.8448 points) is first in the 12-team region.

Camden Hills 2, Morse 2

At Rockport Oct. 7, the Windjammers and Shipbuilders settled for a stalemate. The game was scoreless at halftime, while Morse took a 2-1 lead after three quarters.

Camden Hills players defend a penalty corner. Photo by Zack Miller

Sara Ackley and Katie Thorn caged goals for Camden Hills, while Lily Clifford and Dylan Barr scored for Morse.

Camden Hills held a 13-7 advantage in shots and 10-7 edge in penalty corners.

Camden Hills’ Gail Curtis. Photo by Zack Miller

Tess Hodgkins made four saves in the cage for the Windjammers and Gracie Hawks 11 saves in goal for the Shipbuilders.