Mount View, Belfast boys soccer, Lion field hockey notch recent winsSearsport girls soccer forges tie with Bucksport; plenty of golf results
The Mount View and Belfast boys soccer teams and Belfast field hockey squad notched key recent Waldo County high school sports victories, while the Searsport girls soccer team forged a tie with an opponent.
The following is recap of recently-reported results:
Mount View 2, Waterville 1
At Thorndike Sept. 26, the Mustangs earned an important — and Heal Point-worthy win — over the visiting Purple Panthers with two second-half goal
Jack Simpson, assisted by Gavin Simpson, scored with 30:44 left and Italian exchange student Vittorio Frascolino, assisted by Jack Simpson, tallied what would end up the game-deciding goal with 8:30 remaining.
Tommy Samson, assisted by Michael Olivera, scored with 7:13 left for Waterville.
Zack Disch made two saves on four shots and Liam Edwards two saves on six shots for Waterville, while Mikey Hustus had 11 saves on 13 shots in the Mustang net.
Waterville led 4-3 in corner kicks.
In the Maine Principals' Association Heal Point Standings for Eastern Class B, Mount View (4-2-1, 16.9643 points) is ninth, while Presque Isle (6-1-1, 43.4311 points) is first in the 19-team region. The top 13 teams qualify for the playoffs.
Belfast 4, Maine Central Institute 3 (2OT)
At Pittsfield Sept. 28, the Lions roared to their first win of the campaign in dramatic fashion over the Huskies as they spoiled the hosts' homecoming celebration.
Christian Williams scored the game-winner with three minutes remaining in the second overtime, to earn himself a hat trick on the day, while Wolfgang Heintz also creased the net for Belfast.
Sam Kulikowski played in net for the Lions.
In the Maine Principals' Association Heal Point Standings for Eastern Class B, Belfast (1-6-1, 4.4643 points) is 17th, while Presque Isle (6-1-1, 43.4311 points) is first in the 19-team region. The top 13 teams qualify for the playoffs.
Searsport 6, Valley 0
At Bingham Sept. 30, the Vikings blanked the Cavaliers for their second win of the season.
Leading the Viking offense were Anna Bucklin with two goals, while Meghan Grant, Briana Grant, Karigen Coffin and Kelli Gibbs also scored for the visitors.
Alicen Brooks and Brittany Ward played in goal for Searsport, making two saves on two shots. Samantha West made 10 saves on 25 shots for the Cavaliers.
Searsport also led 12-1 in corner kicks.
Searsport 2, Bucksport 2 (2OT)
At Searsport Sept. 27, the Vikings and Golden Bucks battled to a stalemate.
Jasmine McDonald and Kaylee Grindle scored for Bucksport, while Karigen Coffin and Briana Grant scored for Searsport, with Grant's goal being the equalizer with 1:11 left in regulation.
Alicen Brooks made 12 saves on 15 shots in net for the Vikings, while Alanna Davis made 13 saves on 19 shots in goal for the Golden Bucks.
Bucksport led 2-0 at halftime before Coffin beat a pair of defenders down the right sideline and lofted a shot over the hands of Davis for the host's first score with 23 minutes remaining, while Grant's shot late in the second half came off an assist from teammate Anna Bucklin.
In the Maine Principals' Association Heal Point Standings for Western Class D, Searsport (2-2-3, 15.3061 points) is fourth, while Greenville (6-1-1, 22.46-17 points) is first in the nine-team region. The top six teams qualify for the playoffs.
Belfast 6, Maranacook 3
At Readfield Sept. 28, the Lions doubled up the host Black Bears in a high-scoring affair, led by four goals from Maddy Cummings.
Cummings scored the first two goals of the game, the first on an assist from Kelci Faulkingham, at 10:11 and the second from Kylie Nelson. The Lions' third goal came from Hannah Bailey, assisted by Kristine Mehuren.
In the second half, the Black Bears scored twice to make it 3-2, the first from Lindsay Webber at 27:41 and the second from Lindsay Jackson at 17:41. However, BAHS answered as Cummings completed her hat trick at 16:09, assisted by Faulkingham.
Maranacook made it 4-3 when Kianna Pushard scored with 10:05 left, assisted by Rachel Castonguay. But Cummings scored again with 6:48 left, on an assist by Nelson. The Lions' sixth goal came from Bailey on a penalty stroke.
Belfast goalie Maddie Littlfield faced 12 shots and made seven saves. Black Bear goalie Brianna Gotez faced 16 shots and eight saves. The Lions held a 10-5 edge in penalty corners.
In the Maine Principals' Association Heal Point Standings for Eastern Class B, Belfast (5-4, 17.4235 points) is fifth, while Old Town (9-0-1, 57.7423 points) is first in the 11-team region. The top eight teams qualify for the playoffs.
Mount View 185, Nokomis 189
At Country View Golf Course Sept. 30, the Mustangs bested the Warriors by four strokes. Mount View earned the win with a four-golfer team stroke total of 185 to 189 for Nokomis. Mustang Eric Larrabee shot 37 and was the medalist.
The individual results, with Mount View golfers listed first, were: Larrabee (37) beat Ian Gordon (39); Ross Delorenzo (44) beat Brian Guesman (54); Cay Outerbridge (53) lost to Jacob Cloutier (40); Cassidy Gerrish (62) lost to Sam Brown (58); Wes Turner (51) beat Logan Labree (56); and Robert Dyer (55) beat Matthew Dyer (62).
Hampden Academy 180, Belfast 221
At Hampden Golf Course Sept. 30, the Broncos kept the Lions winless on the season. The Broncos prevailed by virtue of a four-golfer team stroke total of 180 to 221 for Belfast. Hampden Academy's Luke Hersey and Jacob Gran shot 44 and were co-medalists.
The individual results, with Lions listed first, were: Alex Fritz (48) lost to Hersey (44); Grant Starrett (61) lost to Brandon Maillet (45); Josh Adams (61) lost to Jacob Gran (44); Doyle Bailey (52) lost to Dylan Cray (47); Peter Brunette (61) lost to Tyler Arbo (49); and Jessica Clapp (60) lost to Eric Armstrong (54).
Hampden Academy 168, Mount View 187
On Sept. 26, Mustang Larrabee finished as the medalist with a 37 for nine holes, while the Broncos had a four-golfer team stroke total of 168 to 187 for Mount View.
The individual match results, with Mustangs listed first, were: Larrabee (37) beat Luke Heresey (43); Ross DeLorenzo (47) lost to Jacob Gran (42); Cay Outerbridge (50) lost to Brandon Millet (42); Robert Dyer (61) tied Eric Armstrong (61); Wes Turner (60) lost to Dylan Cray (41); and Cassidy Gerrish (53) lost to Tyler Arbo (45).