Mount View maintained its undefeated status, while Camden Hills fell from the ranks of the unbeaten in Tuesday’s Midcoast high school field hockey play.

In two road games, the Mustangs blanked host Maranacook of Readfield 2-0 and the Windjammers faced a tough 1-0 loss at the hands of host Leavitt of Turner.

Mount View 2, Maranacook 0… At Readfield, the Mustangs secured their fifth straight win to start the season. Chrissy Larrabee and Cheyenne Dyer scored goals for the visitors.

Abbie Charrier (first half) and Amanda Hall (second half) played in the cage for Mount View. Black Bear goalie Megan Dood had 14 saves on 18 ‘Stang shots. Maranacook had no shots on goal.

Larrabee scored with an assist from Hayleigh Kein with 21:12 left in the first half and Dyer put a ball in the back of the cage with an assist from Mercedes Reynolds with 26:21 remaining in the second half.

The Mustangs held a whopping 18-1 advantage in penalty corners.

In the latest Maine Principals’ Association Heal Point Standings, Mount View (5-0, 13.1953 points) is second in Eastern Class B, while Maranacook (1-3, 4.1420 points) is seventh in Western Class B. John Bapst of Bangor (5-0, 16.7857) is first in the 14-team Eastern Class B region — 3.5904 points ahead of the Mustangs.

Mount View lost Tuesday’s jayvee game 2-1. Larissa Hannan scored the Mustangs’ goal.

Leavitt 1, Camden Hills 0… At Turner, the Windjammers had plenty of scoring chances but could not capitalize as they lost their first game of the campaign to the pesky Hornets.

Adrie Newton scored the winning goal with 12:24 remaining in the first half.

Even though the visitors had their chances to put a ball in the back of the cage, they simply couldn’t convert. “We outplayed them and we outshot them, we just could not put the ball in the cage,” said veteran Camden Hills coach Jan Holmes-Jackson. “We had every opportunity to score or tie it up or win but we didn’t.”

Camden Hills held a 15-9 edge in shots and a whopping 12-1 advantage in penalty corners. The Windjammers also took two penalty strokes.

Windjammer goalie Sarah Nason made seven saves, while Leavitt goalie Taylor Eells made 13 stops.

Camden Hills (3-1, 6.9822 points) is third in Eastern Class B, while Leavitt (3-0, 9.0533 points) is third in Western Class B. John Bapst of Bangor (5-0, 16.7857) is first in the 14-team the Eastern Class B region.

The Camden Hills jayvees beat Leavitt 7-2. Additional information from that game was unavailable.

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