High school sports

Belfast, Mount View field hockey, soccer, SDHS golf victorious

Fruitful weekend of athletic action for Waldo County squads
By Staff | Sep 10, 2012
Photo by: Mark Haskell Oceanside's R.J. Hall, middle, boots the ball forward as a slew of Mount View Mustangs, including Nathan Wren (22), move in from behind during a Sept. 7 soccer game in Thomaston. The visiting Mustangs of Thorndike won 4-1.

It was a productive and successful weekend for many Waldo County high school athletic teams as the Belfast and Mount View soccer and field hockey squads, along with the Searsport golf team, notched victories.

The following are reported results from games Sept. 8-9:

Field hockey

Belfast 2, Winslow 1

At Winslow Sept. 8, the Lions roared to a one-goal win featuring two of Kennebec Valley Athletic Conference Class B's top squads.

Maddy Cummings and Lexi Nelligan scored for the Lions, while Logan Blood added an assist for the Lions, the defending state Class B champions. MacKenzie Winslow scored for the Black Raiders, on an assist from Allison LeClair.

Julia Ward made 11 saves in the cage for BAHS, while Alexis Lachance turned away 12 shots for Winslow.

In the Maine Principals' Association Heal Point Standings for Eastern Class B, Belfast (4-0, 10.9184 points) is first in the 14-team region. The top nine squads qualify for the playoffs.

Mount View 5, Lincoln Academy 0

At Newcastle Sept. 8, the Mustangs blanked the host Eagles in convincing fashion. It has been a tough season thus far for Lincoln Academy, which has been shut out 24-0 through its first three games.

Andrea Smith and Larissa Hannan scored two goals apiece for the Mustangs, while Anna Tsomides added another in the rout. All five goals were unassisted, while Mount View led 4-0 at halftime.

Lincoln Academy goalie Andrea Call turned away 39 shots, while Abbie Charrier did not face a shot in the Mount View cage.

In the Maine Principals' Association Heal Point Standings for Eastern Class B, Mount View (2-2, 4.2857 points) is sixth, while Belfast (4-0, 10.9184 points) is first in the 14-team region. The top nine teams qualify for the playoffs.

Boys soccer

Mount View 4, Oceanside 1

At Thomaston Sept. 7, the visiting Mustangs remained unbeaten with a solid victory over the host Mariners, on the strength of three second-half goals. The game was knotted 1-1 at halftime. Oceanside held a 19-11 edge in shots and the Mustangs finished with a 3-2 advantage in corner kicks.

Ben Caron made three saves in the Mariner net and Mikey Hustus nine stops in the Mustang goal.

The first half ended 1-1 as James Philbrick scored an unassisted goal with 23:11 left to give Mount View a 1-0 edge, before Caleb Jacob converted an unassisted goal with 10:53 remaining to knot the score 1-1.

In the second half, the visitors took control offensively as Lorenzo Milani, assisted by Philbrick, scored with 21:01 left, followed by Trevor Diemer converting a penalty kick with 13:08 left. Milani added his second goal of the game, on an assist from David Clark, with 6:18 remaining.

In the Maine Principals' Association Heal Point Standings for Eastern Class B, Mount View (3-0, 5.1786 points) is third and Oceanside (1-2, 0.7143 points) 15th. Caribou (2-2, 7.7806 points) is first in the 18-team region. The top 12 teams qualify for the playoffs.

Belfast 3, Nokomis 0

At Belfast Sept. 7, the Lions earned their second shutout win in three games, this time over the visiting Warriors.

Jake Levangie-Thompston, Tyler Baker and Ryan Rice creased the net for the winners, while Kal Ihnken added two assists and David Flood one for the Lions. Tremmil Groene made eight saves on 11 shots in net for Belfast.

Levangie-Thompson got the Lions on the board with 38:30 remaining in the first half, on an assist from Flood, while Baker and Rice scored insurance goals on passes from Ihnken in the second half.

In the Maine Principals' Association Heal Point Standings for Eastern Class B, Belfast (2-0-1, 3.6607 points) is sixth, while Caribou (2-2-0, 7.7806 points) is first in the 18-team region. The top 12 teams qualify for the playoffs.

Girls soccer

Oceanside 7, Mount View 0

At Thorndike Sept. 7, the high-powered Mariner offense was in full gear as the visitors tallied a first-half goal and six second-half scores. Kim Young and Makenna Brooks finished with two goals apiece to pace the Mariners.

Oceanside held an 18-4 edge in shots and 6-0 advantage in corner kicks, while Mount View led 9-6 in direct kicks and 1-0 in indirect kicks. Kennadi Grover made one save in the Oceanside net and Ashlee Spaulding eight saves in the Mustang goal.

Caitlin Raye got the Mariners on the board with a goal with 28:18 left in the first half on Emily Gould's assist. Then Oceanside went to work in the second half, with goals by Kim Young (36:04 and 12:28, one assisted by Karly Robinson), Brooks (at 37:50 and 30:07, one assisted by Young), Kasie Waters (22:53, assisted by Catherine Obaldo) and Gould (15:23, assisted by Brianna Dugan).

In the Maine Principals' Association Heal Point Standings for Eastern Class B, Oceanside (3-0, 6.0714 points) is fourth and Mount View (0-3, no points) 18th. Presque Isle (4-1, 23.2143 points) is first in the 18-team region. The top 12 teams qualify for the playoffs.

Nokomis 4, Belfast 0

At Newport Sept. 8, the Lions were upended by the host Warriors as BAHS failed to find the net for the second straight game. The Lions played well for much of the game's first 40 minutes, but allowed a goal with three minutes remaining in the first half, setting the tone for the second half.

Lacey Kent-Webber scored twice for the Warriors, while Kelsie Richards and Emilie Bailey each creased the net for the hosts. Breann Cummings made 20 saves in goal for Belfast, while Becky Orcutt made four saves for Nokomis.

The Warriors outshot the Lions 30-9 and held a 16-0 advantage in corner kicks.

Winslow 4, Belfast 0

At Winslow Sept. 7, the Lions were blanked by the host Black Raiders and still search for their first win of the season.

Pilar Elias scored three goals for Winslow, while K. Houston added another for the hosts. Ashley Littlefield made 12 saves in goal for Belfast, while H. Libby had 12 stops for Winslow.

Belfast edged Winslow 17-16 in shots and 7-4 in corner kicks.

In the Maine Principals' Association Heal Point Standings for Eastern Class B, Belfast (0-2, no points) is tied for 16th, while Presque Isle (4-1, 23.2143 points) is first in the 18-team region. The top 12 teams qualify for the playoffs. The Lions actually are 0-3, but the loss to Nokomis is not included in the standings.

Golf

Searsport 192, Sumner 254

At the Searsport Pine Golf Course Sept. 7, the Vikings (2-2) prevailed in their second straight match — this time over the visiting Tigers. Searsport's Alex Carroll shot 38 to earn medalist honors.

Searsport's individual scores were: Carroll, 38; Dillan Moody, 51; Jacob Bucklin, 51; Rica Barloso, 52; Makenna Woodward, 62; Tyler Kendall, 63; and John Guerette, 64.

Sumner's individual scores were: Matt Lameuroux, 62; Braden Wentworth, 65; Vincent Ossanna, 67; Aiyla Petty, 70; and Yesenia Valencia, 71.

Courier Publications sports staff can be reached by phone at 207-594-4401 or by email at sports@courierpublicationsllc.com.

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