The Camden Hills and Mount View field hockey teams were in action on the road on Thursday, Sept. 15, as both stayed out of the loss column — one with a win, the other a tie — on the afternoon.

The Windjammers trekked north and emerged with a 2-0 win over Bangor, while the Mustangs settled for a 1-1 stalemate with Maranacook of Readfield. It was Mount View’s third straight double-overtime tie.

Camden Hills’ Claudine Webber, left, Addie Kelly celebrate during a high school field hockey game this season. Photo courtesy of Rita Ackley

On Saturday, Sept. 17, all four teams were in action, with Belfast the lone area squad to nab a victory.

Additionally, Oceanside earned a rain-soaked victory over Lincoln Academy of Newcastle on Monday, Sept. 19.

The following is a recap of reported results:

Oceanside 4, Lincoln Academy 1

At Rockland Sept. 19, the Mariners sailed past the Eagles in a game that was halted after three quarters due to heavy rain.

Maddie Ripley and Colette Black caged a pair of goals for Oceanside, while Gabby Vincentsen scored and Bella Herring added an assist for Lincoln Academy.

The Mariners held a 12-3 edge in shots and 8-2 advantage in penalty corners.

Lawrence 7, Oceanside 0

At Fairfield Sept. 17, the Bulldogs, one of the top teams in Class B North, scored early and often in a shutout victory over the Mariners. Lawrence led 2-0, 3-0 and 6-0 at the quarter breaks.

The Bulldogs were led on offense by Maddie Nile (2 goals), Alicen Higgens (2 goals), Grace Gagnon (goal), Hope Bouchard (goal) and Kiera MacKenzie (goal).

Sophia Clayton made eight saves for Oceanside and Gabbie Nickerman two saves for Lawrence. The Bulldogs led an 11-2 edge in shots and a 22-1 advantange in penalty corners.

Belfast 2, Winslow 1 (OT)

At Winslow Sept. 17, the Lions caged the game-winning goal off the stick of Halle Tarbox and emerged with the victory in overtime.

Emily Friel also scored in the win for Belfast, while Paige Owen put a ball in the cage for Winslow.

Belfast held a 27-1 edge in shots and 16-1 advantage in penalty corners.

Mount Ararat 3, Camden Hills 1

At Rockport Sept. 17, the Eagles collected a two-goal win over the Windjammers. Mount Ararat led 2-0, 3-0 and 3-0 at the quarter breaks before Camden Hills got on the board in the fourth.

Rebekah St. Pierre scored two goals for Mount Ararat and Audrey Marchilden one, while Ilanna Lam scored for Camden Hills.

Tess Hodgkins made four saves in goal for the Windjammers and Piper Cohen five in the cage for the Eagles.

Mount Ararat held a 7-6 edge in shots, while Camden Hills finished with a 6-4 advantage in penalty corners.

Maine Central Institute 1, Mount View 0

At Pittsfield Sept. 17, the Huskies got a first-quarter score from Ella Bernier and bested the visiting Mustangs.

Ella Sawyer made nine saves on 10 shots in the cage for Mount View, while ChiChi Rivera made five saves on five shots in goal for MCI.

Camden Hills 2, Bangor 0

At Bangor Sept. 15, the Windjammers caged a pair of first-half goals and shut out the host Rams. Camden Hills led 1-0 after the first quarter and 2-0 the rest of the way.

Ilanna Lam scored on a breakaway with 8:01 to go in the first quarter, while Isabelle Burke scored with 27 seconds remaining in the half, off an assist from Addie Kelly.

“Addie had a beautiful shot on goal that resulted in a scramble along the goal line,” said Camden Hills coach Lindsey Clement. “Isabella got the final touch on the ball before it crossed the goal line.”

Camden Hills outshot Bangor 11-0 and led 6-1 in penalty corners.

Mount View 1, Maranacook 1 (2OTs)

At Readfield Sept. 15, the Mustangs settled for their third stalemate in six contests, this time against the host Black Bears. Mount View led 1-0 after the first quarter, while Maranacook tied the game in the second period.

Dakota Jones scored, off an assist from Allyee Corson, with under a minute to play in the first quarter for Mount View, while Stella Pattershall scored with 10:16 to go in the first half for Maranacook.

Ella Sawyer made three saves on four shots in front of the cage for Mount View, while Esme Jamison made 10 saves on 11 shots in goal for Maranacook.

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