Field hockey teams throughout the Midcoast put their best sticks forward the past week, as Belfast and Camden Hills of Rockport caged high school victories.

The Windjammers earned a 2-1 win over Lewiston on Monday, Sept. 26 and also battled Edward Little of Auburn to a scoreless tie on Saturday, Sept. 24, while the Lions bested previously-unbeaten Gardiner on Saturday and Lincoln Academy of Newcastle on Thursday, Sept. 22.

Mount View’s Mackenzie Burgess. Photo by Ken Waltz

Mount View of Thorndike settled for a stalemate with Maranacook of Readfield, while Oceanside of Rockland came up on the short end of a one-goal defeat in overtime in games played on Saturday.

The following is a recap of reported results:

Camden Hills 2, Lewiston 1 (2OTs)

At Lewiston Sept. 25, the Windjammers got the game-winner from Addie Kelly in sudden-death as the visitors emerged victorious over the Blue Devils. The game was scoreless after the first quarter, while Lewiston led 1-0 at halftime and Camden Hills tied the score 1-1 at the end of three quarters and regulation.

Claudine Webber and Kelly scored for the Windjammers and Allison Lavallee for the Blue Devils.

Camden Hills coach Lindsey Clement said while Lewiston “was constantly rotating forwards on for fresh legs” on the fast, turf playing surface, “our midfielders offset that with smart play and their speed.”

She added Webber’s play in the midfield was exceptional, though it was a beautiful pass by Katie Thorn to Kelly that put the game on ice for Camden Hills.

“Going into the second OT we were exhausted,” the coach said. “After one good offensive push, we were able to hold possession around their goal. Lewiston wasn’t challenging us offensively anymore, except a few random big hits toward half field. Katie Thorn was waiting there to contain and feed the ball back to our forwards [and] she managed to thread a needle at 50 yards, directly finding Addie Kelly in the circle. Addie had been fighting all game for a goal, and she managed to find the back of the cage.”

Camden Hills held a 15-7 edge in shots and 5-2 in penalty corners.

Tess Hodgkins made seven saves in the cage for the Windjammers, while Kim McLaughlin made 13 saves in goal for the Red Eddies.

Camden Hills 0, Edward Little 0 (2OTs)

At Rockport Sept. 24, the Windjammers and Red Eddies battled to a scoreless tie.

Camden Hills held a 20-10 edge in shots and 13-4 advantage in penalty corners.

Tess Hodgkins made 10 saves in the cage for the Windjammers, while Kasey Smith made 20 saves in goal for the Red Eddies.

Belfast 3, Gardiner 0

At Northport Sept 24, the Lions held the Tigers off the scoreboard and handed the visitors their first loss of the campaign. Belfast led 2-0, 2-0 and 3-0 at the quarter breaks.

Audra Faulkingham scored twice in the win for Belfast and Bre Shorey once, while Ava Markham, Shorey and Lawless Desrochers logged assists.

Belfast held a 21-7 advantage in shots and 13-2 edge in penalty corners.

Nikki Shorey made two saves in the cage for the Lions, while Cassidy Clark made 12 saves in goal for the Tigers.

Mount View’s Dakota Jones, middle, near the cage. Photo by Ken Waltz

Mount View 1, Maranacook 1 (2OTs)

At Thorndike Sept. 24, the Mustangs and Black Bears were fit to be tied after four 15-minute quarters and two overtimes. Mount View has four such deadlocks this fall.

Mount View held a 1-0 lead for the majority of the game — after Dakota Jones scored, off an assist from Allyee Corson, late in the first quarter — while Rosemary Brungan caged a goal, off an assist from Kasey Mahit, in the fourth.

Ella Sawyer made four saves on five shots in goal for the Mustangs, while Esme Samson made 16 saves on 17 shots in the cage for the Black Bears.

Winslow 3, Oceanside 2 (OT)

At Winslow Sept. 24, the Black Raiders got the game-winning goal in overtime and edged the visiting Mariners. Winlsow led 1-0 after the first quarter and 2-0 at halftime, while Oceanside knotted the scored 2-2 after three quarters and the end of regulation.

Maddie Ripley and Kaylee Chiaramonte caged goals in the loss for Oceanside, while Colette Black and Ripley assisted. Neveah Duplessie scored a pair of goals for Winslow — including the game-winner in overtime — while Kate Nicholls added one goal for the hosts.

Sophia Clayton made three saves in the cage for the Mariners and Lainey Bell 11 saves in goal for the Tigers.

Oceanside held a 12-11 edge in penalty corners.

Belfast 11, Lincoln Academy 0

At Northport Sept. 22, the Lions went on the offensive — and then some — in a lopsided win over the Eagles. Belfast led 5-0, 9-0 and 11-0 at the quarter breaks.

The Lion offense was keyed by Brea Shorey (3 goals), Lawless Desrochers (2 goals), Kali Knight (goal), Ava Markham (2 goals), Kara Richards (goal), Halle Tarbox (goal) and Audra Faulkingham (goal).

Belfast held a 32-5 advantage in shots, while Lincoln Academy secured a 3-2 edge in penalty corners.

Nikki Shorey made three saves in the cage for the Lions, while Hunter Gilmore made 16 saves in net for the Eagles.

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