Three of the Midcoast’s four high school field hockey teams were in action on Tuesday, Sept. 27, which saw Oceanside of Rockland and Belfast swing to hard-fought wins.

The Mariners doubled up visiting Mount View of Thorndike with a 2-1 win, while the Lions went on the road and returned to Waldo County 5-3 winners over Cony of Augusta.

Oceanside’s Cassidy Novicka, left, and Mount View’s Greta Ahlefeld. Photo by Ken Waltz

The action continued on Thursday, Sept. 29 as the Mustangs came up on the short end of a 1-0 road defeat at Orono.

On Friday, Sept. 30, Belfast earned a shutout win over Old Town and Oceanside was blanked by Gardiner, while Camden Hills blanked Morse of Bath on Saturday, Oct. 1.

The following is a recap of recently-reported results:

Camden Hills 2, Morse 0

At Bath Oct. 1, the Windjammers converted a pair of late penalty corners and sailed past the host Shipbuilders.

The game was scoreless through the first three quarters before Claudine Webber scored, off an assist by Katie Thorn, with 12 minutes to go in the fourth, while Acevedo Ramos added another score, off an assist from Webber, with three minutes to play for Camden Hills.

Camden Hills held a 16-3 edge in shots as 12-0 advantage in penalty corners.

Tess Hodgkins made three saves in the cage for the Windjammers and Lydia Brown 14 stops in goal for the Shipbuilders.

Camden Hills’ Alexys Wilmot, left. Photo courtesy of Rita Ackley

Belfast 6, Old Town 0

At Belfast Sept. 30, the Lions roared past the visiting Coyotes. Belfast led 4-0, 6-0 and 6-0 at the quarter breaks.

The Lion offense was keyed by Kara Richards (2 goals), Bre Shorey (goal, assist), Mia Winslow (2 goals), Ava Markham (goal), Lawless Desrochers (assist) and Audra Faulkingham (assist).

Belfast held a 27-5 advantage in shots and 14-3 edge in penalty corners.

Nikki Shorey made four saves in the cage for the Lions, while Amara Francis 10 saves in goal for the Coyotes.

Oceanside’s Sophia Clayton. Photo by Ken Waltz

Gardiner 5, Oceanside 0

At Gardiner Sept. 30, the Tigers blanked the visiting Mariners en route to a lopsided win. Gardiner led 2-0, 3-0 and 4-0 at the quarter breaks.

The Gardiner offense was led by Addison Carter (2 goals), Gabi Sousa (goal), Brianna Smith (goal) and Raylee Gilbert (goal).

The Tigers held an 11-1 edge in shots and 9-3 advantage in penalty corners.

Sophia Clayton made 10 saves in the cage for Oceanside and Cassidy Clark three saves in goal for Gardiner.

Orono 1, Mount View 0

At Orono Sept. 29, the Red Riots, despite being outshot mightily, edged the visiting Mustangs.

Orono’s Audra Brooks scored the lone goal with 3:54 to go in the second quarter.

Ella Sawyer made eight saves on 10 shots in the cage for the Mustangs, while “Erika Hanks had an amazing goalie save late in the game when Ella went down on the other side of the cage,” said Mount View coach Gloria Hewett.

Abby Deshaine made 20 saves on 20 shots in goal for the Red Riots.

Oceanside 2, Mount View 1

At Rockland Sept. 27, the Mariners doubled up the visiting Mustangs. Mount View took a 1-0 lead after the first quarter and enjoyed that same advantage at halftime before Oceanside tied the score 1-1 after three quarters.

Oceanside’s Maddie Ripley. Photo by Ken Waltz

Colette Black and Maddie Ripley caged goals in the win for the Mariners, while Dakota Jones scored for the Mustangs, off an assist from Mackenzie Burgess.

Sophia Clayton made six saves on seven shots in the cage for Oceanside, while Mount View’s goalie, whose name was unavailable, made five saves on nine shots. Burgess also made two player saves for the ‘Stangs.

Belfast 5, Cony 3

At Augusta Sept. 27, the Lions scored at least once in each of the four quarters and roared past the Rams. Belfast led 1-0, 3-1 and 4-1 at the breaks.

The Lions were led on the turf by Bre Shorey (3 goals), Ava Markham (goal, 2 assists), Lawless Desrochers (goal, assist), Mia Winslow (2 assists) and Audra Faulkingham (assist).

For the Rams, Natalie Dube scored two goals, while Maci Freeman added one.

Belfast held a 19-7 edge in shots and 16-6 advantage in penalty corners.

Nikki Shorey made seven saves in the cage for the Lions and Zoe Charest 10 saves in goal for the Rams.

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