High school field hockey

Camden Hills, Oceanside no match for tough opponents

By Staff | Oct 09, 2017
Photo by: Ken Waltz Oceanside's Mattie Hooper (0) and Jade Philip, right, during an Oct. 7 high school field hockey game with host Belfast. The Lions beat the Mariners 14-0 at Point Lookout in Northport.

The Oceanside and Camden Hills high school field hockey teams were in action on Saturday, Oct. 7 — and were dealt shutout losses.

The Mariners faced Belfast at Point Lookout in Northport and were dealt a 14-0 loss, while the Windjammers were downed 1-0 in Rockport on Camden Hills’ homecoming day.

Click for photos from the Oceanside at Belfast game.

Watch video below.

Click for photos from the Bangor at Camden Hills game.

The following is a recap of reported results:

Belfast 14, Oceanside 0

At Point Lookout in Northport Oct. 7, the Lions used the fast artificial surface to their advantage en route to a lopsided victory over the Mariners. Belfast led 5-0 at halftime.

Leading the potent Belfast scoring attack were Kayci Faulkingham (goal, assist), Hannah Sanderson (3 goals, assist), Lindsay Bruns (3 goals, assist), Cassidy Clark (2 goals, 2 assists), Kelsey Mehuren (goal), Cassie Jackson (goal, assist), Hannah Banks (goal, assist), Maya Cunningham (2 goals), Lauren Blood (assist), Alia Wallace (2 assists) and Makenzie Banks (assist).

The Lions held a lopsided 55-0 advantage in shots and 13-0 edge in penalty corners. Alexa Barstow and Mattie Hooper combined to make 36 saves in goal for the Mariners, while Brooke Richards played in the cage for the Lions.

In jayvee action, Belfast posted a 1-0 win over Oceanside.

In the Maine Principals’ Association Heal Point Standings for Class B North, Oceanside (3-10, 15.2041 points) is 15th, while Winslow (12-0, 150.4592 points) is first in the 15-team region. The top 10 teams qualify for the playoffs.

Bangor 1, Camden Hills 0

At Rockport Oct. 7, the Rams blanked the Windjammers in a tightly-contested affair. Bangor led 1-0 at halftime.

Meaghan Caron scored the lone goal of the game 90 seconds into the contest for Bangor.

The Rams held a 16-11 advantage in shots, while the Windjammers finished with an 8-7 edge in penalty corners.

The Windjammers got 15 saves on the afternoon — 14 of which came from goalie Jenna Stearns and another off a player-save. Kahia Meheux made 11 saves in the cage for the Rams.

In the Maine Principals’ Association Heal Point Standings for Class A North, Camden Hills (4-7-1, 34.8980 points) is eighth, while Skowhegan (11-1, 127.3980 points) is first in the 12-team region. The top eight teams qualify for the playoffs.

Lincoln Academy 2, Oceanside 1

At Newcastle Oct. 2, the Eagles doubled up the visiting Mariners. Lincoln Academy led 2-0 at halftime.

Amanda Frost scored, off an assist by Taylor Hamlin, with 26:47 in the second half for the Mariners, while Katie Moore had a goal and an assist and Jewell Farrin one goal for the Eagles.

Mattie Hooper and Alexa Barstow split time in the cage for Oceanside, while Jenna Leeman played in the cage for Lincoln Academy.

The Mariners also held a 16-3 edge in penalty corners.

Courier Publications' sports staff can be reached by email at sports@villagesoup.com or by phone at 594-4401.

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