Two rivalry games. Only three goals scored.

All in all, it was an exciting day of field hockey for the four Midcoast high school teams on Tuesday, Sept. 6, as the road squads caged victories.

Camden Hills’ Dakota Jones, left, and Oceanside’s Colette Black, right. In back are Mariner goalie Sophia Clayton, left, and Windjammer Isabella Burke. Photo by Ken Waltz

In Knox County, Camden Hills earned a tough, hard-fought 1-0 win over Oceanside in Rockland, while in Waldo County, Belfast went on the road and earned a 2-0 win over Mount View of Thorndike.

The action continued for three of the four area squads on Thursday, Sept. 8 as Oceanside earned a win over Morse of Bath, Camden Hills fell to Messalonskee of Oakland and Mount View tied Lincoln Academy of Newcastle.

On Saturday, Sept. 10, Belfast and Oceanside settled for ties with Nokomis of Newport and Maine Central Institute of Pittsfield, while Camden Hills fell against Oxford Hills of South Paris.

Oceanside’s Maddie Ripley, right, and Camden Hills’ Korsen Landfair. Photo by Ken Waltz

Back in action on Monday, Sept. 12, the Lions earned a shutout win over the Mariners, while the Windjammers beat Lincoln Academy and the Mustangs settled for a scoreless tie with Erskine Academy of South China.

The following is a recap of reported results:

Camden Hills 8, Lincoln Academy 0

At Rockport Sept. 12, the Windjammers swung to their second win with a shutout of the Eagles. Camden Hills led 1-0, 5-0 and 7-0 at the quarter breaks.

The Windjammer offense was keyed by Claudine Webber (2 goals), Alexys Wilmot (2 goals), Isabella Burke (goal), Katie Thorn (goal), Addie Kelly (goal) and Charlotte Thackeray (goal). Thorn had three assists and Thackeray, Webber and Wilmot one.

Camden Hills held a 20-1 advantage in shots and 8-1 edge in penalty corners.

Tess Hodgkins made one save in the cage for the Windjammers, while Hunter Gilmore made 12 stops in goal for the Eagles.

Belfast 6, Oceanside 0

At Northport Sept. 12, the Lions kept the Mariners out of the scoring column and emerged with a shutout victory. Belfast led 1-0 after the first quarter and 5-0 after the second and third stanzas.

Bre Shorey caged three goals in the win for Belfast, while Ava Markham, Lawless Desrochers and Mia Winslow also scored for the hosts and Winslow added one assist.

Belfast led 20-0 in shots and 11-1 in penalty corners.

Sophia Clayton made 12 saves in goal for the Mariners, while Nikki Shorey played in the cage for the Lions.

Mount View 0, Erskine Academy 0 (2OTs)

At South China Sept. 12, the Mustangs and Eagles battled to a scoreless tie after four 15-minute quarters and two eight-minute overtimes.

Ella Sawyer made four saves on four shots in the cage for Mount View, while Mackenzie Toner made five saves on five shots in goal for Erskine Academy.

Oxford Hills 3, Camden Hills 2

At Rockport Sept. 10, the Vikings scored the final two goals late in the fourth quarter and upended the Windjammers. Oxford Hills led 1-0 at the end of the first quarter and maintained that advantage through halftime before Camden Hills knotted the score 1-1 after three quarters.

Addie Kelly caged goals in the losing effort for the Windjammers, while Sierra Carson tallied two and Paige Temple one for the Vikings.

Camden Hills coach Lindsey Clement said “the game was evenly-matched” despite the fact “breaking down defensively late in the fourth quarter cost us the game.”

“Our midfield held strong positionally and that allowed us to focus on some offense,” she said. “Katie Thorn, Sara Ackley and Delfina de Acevedo Ramos played smart in the midfield to provide our offense some good transitions, plus defensively helped squash Oxford Hills’ speedy forwards. All three are quick and can read the field, but their skill sets are differ and that gives us versatility. Claudine Webber is our firecracker. She’s playing as an offensive mid, and an absolute menace to opponents. If there’s a loose ball or possession to win, she’s getting it. If there’s an opponent to pressure, she’s on it. [And] Addie Kelly is proving to be a force on offense, and she managed to get both goals unassisted. Her stick skills are smooth, and her desire to score never quits. Their goalie is one of the best, and to get two goals in a row sparked our momentum. We fought harder, but Oxford Hills did too.”

Oceanside 2, Maine Central Institute 2 (2OTs)

At Rockland Sept. 10, the Mariners and Huskies battled to a stalemate.

Colette Black caged goals for Oceanside, while Trinity Leavitt had a goal and an assist and Ashlee Jarvis one goal for MCI.

Oceanside held a 24-16 lead in shots and 11-9 advantage in penalty corners.

Sophia Clayton made six saves in the cage for the Mariners, while MCI’s goalie, whose name was unavailable, made 12 saves.

Belfast 2, Nokomis 2 (2OTs)

At Belfast Sept. 10, the Lions and Warriors stuck to it on both sides of the ball and settled for a tie.

Audra Faulkingham collected a pair of goals for Belfast, while Camryn King and Madeleine Roundy scored for Nokomis.

Nikki Shorey made six saves in the cage for the Lions, while Eliya Drummond made eight saves in goal for the Warriors.

Belfast held a 33-21 advantage in shots and 16-10 advantage in penalty corners.

Oceanside 3, Morse 1

At Bath Sept. 8, the Mariners went on the offensive on the fast artificial turf at Morse and emerged with a two-goal victory. The score was tied 1-1 after the first quarter, while Oceanside took a 2-1 advantage at halftime and held that same edge after three quarters.

Colette Black caged two goals for Oceanside and Maddie Ripley one, while Lillian Pomerleau scored the lone goal for Morse.

Oceanside held a 14-2 edge in shots and 13-4 advantage in penalty corners.

Sophia Clayton made two saves in the cage for the Mariners, while Haley Kirkpatrick made seven saves in goal for the Shipbuilders.

Mount View 1, Lincoln Academy 1 (2OTs)

At Thorndike Sept. 8, the Mustangs and Eagles battled to a stalemate after four 15-minute quarters and two overtime periods. Lincoln Academy of Newcastle led 1-0 after the first, second and third quarters before Mount View knotted the score in the fourth.

Reagan Dunican scored in the first minute for the Eagles, while the Mustangs tied the score with 4:13 to play on a goal by Allyee Corson.

Ella Sawyer made 19 saves on 20 shots in the cage for Mount View, while Hunter Giliwe played in goal for Lincoln Academy.

Messalonskee 2, Camden Hills 0

At Rockport Sept. 8, the Eagles soared past the host Windjammers and prevailed via shutout. The game was scoreless at halftime, while Messalonskee took a 1-0 lead after three quarters.

Payton Alexander caged goals for Messalonskee, while Isabel Culver and Chloe Michaud logged assists.

Tess Hodgkins made five saves in the cage for the Windjammers and Nealey Dillon nine stops in goal for the Eagles.

Camden Hills outshot Messalonskee 9-7, while the visitors held a 6-4 edge in penalty corners.

Camden Hills 1, Oceanside 0

At Rockland Sept. 6, the Windjammers caged the lone goal in the second half off a shot by Addie Kelly and sailed past the Mariners.

Kelly’s goal came with 4:59 left in the third quarter.

Camden Hills held a 14-7 edge in shots and out-cornered Oceanside 15-5.

Tess Hodgkins made two saves in the cage for the Windjammers, while Sophia Clayton made five saves in goal for the Mariners.

Mount View’s Greta Ahlefeld, middle, along with Belfast’s Halle Tarbox (13), Breanna Shorey (16) and Chelsea Gaiero. Photo courtesy of Kate Ahlefeld

Belfast 2, Mount View 0

At Thorndike Sept. 6, the Lions caged goals in the final four minutes — the second in the final seconds — and blanked the host Mustangs. The game was scoreless at halftime.

Halle Tarbox and Bri Shorey scored goals for Belfast.

From left, Mount View’s Ella Dudley (14), MacKenzie Burgess (2) and Hannah McIntosh, along with Belfast’s Chelsea Gaiero (1) and Breanna Shorey. Photo courtesy of Kate Ahlefeld

Ella Sawyer turned away 25 of Belfast’s 27 shots in goal for Mount View, while Nikki Shorey did not face a shot in the cage in the shutout for the Lions.

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