Inclement weather Tuesday postponed some high school varsity athletic events for Midcoast teams, as games/matches were called off for field hockey and golf.

The Georges Valley golf team had their match at Boothbay Region postponed to Wednesday, Sept. 29, while the Buccaneer girls soccer team had their match originally scheduled for Tuesday pushed to Wednesday to make it a doubleheader with the Georges Valley boys varsity against visiting Wiscasset.

On the field hockey front, Rockland/Georges Valley’s road trip to Hampden Academy, Mount View’s game at Waterville and Belfast’s game at Gardiner were pushed back to Wednesday, Sept. 29.

Winners in games played Tuesday included the Camden Hills field hockey squad, Vinalhaven girls soccer and Islesboro boys soccer.

Field hockey

Camden Hills 2, Maranacook 1 … At Rockport Tuesday, the Windjammers outlasted the visiting Black Bears of Readfield (2-6) with a late goal and secured their sixth win of the season.

After both teams went scoreless for the first 30 minutes, the ‘Jammers got on the board in the second half when Charlotte LeMar banged the back of the cage with 21:08 remaining. Less than a minute later the Black Bears responded, as Nicole Castonguay found Sarah Boynton, who tied it with 20:18 left in regulation.

Alice Flint then put the hosts back on top for good, taking a pass from Maci Heal and beating the Black Bear goalie with 5:20 remaining with what proved to be the game-winner.

Goalie Sarah Nason made one save on two shots for Camden Hills, while Maranacook’s Megan Dood turned away 13-of-15 shots. The Windjammers also held a 15-3 advantage in penalty corners.

The ‘Jammer junior varsity also dropped a 1-0 decision to Maranacook.

Camden Hills (6-3, 26.3905 points) is seventh in the Maine Principals’ Association Heal Point Standings for Eastern Class B. John Bapst of Bangor (8-1, 52.1173) is first in the 14-team region.

Girls soccer

Vinalhaven 3, Greater Portland Christian 1 … At Portland Tuesday, the Vikings came away with a two-goal victory over the host Lions. Eliza Davidson scored 18 minutes into the game off a pass from Kassandra Hopkins to give the islanders the early lead, while Elaine Beech tied the game five minutes later for GPC. Izza Drury and Hopkins booted in a pair of second-half goals to push Vinalhaven to the win, while Blake Reidy also logged an assist.

Keeper Alex Slivinsky made 12 saves for the Vikings, while Lion goalie Liz Garland made 32 saves. Vinalhaven outshot GPC 56-13 and held a 13-6 advantage in corner kicks.

Vinalhaven (2-5, 5.5682 points) is fifth in Western Class D. Richmond (9-0, 37.9700) is the top team in the seven-team region.

Greenville 3, Vinalhaven 0 … At Greenville Sept. 25, the Vikings held the Lakers scoreless for the entire first half before the hosts broke into the scoring column in the second 40 minutes and rolled to a shutout win. Miranda Drinkwater scored all three goals for Greenville in the second half. Alex Slivinsky made 12 saves in net for the islanders, while Sidney Richardson made seven saves for Greenville. The Lakers outshot the Vikings 18-11, while both teams attempted seven corner kicks.

Greenville 3, Vinalhaven 0 … At Greenville Sept. 24, the Vikings could not penetrate the Laker defense and were shut out on the road. Gretel Breton scored twice for the hosts, while Miranda Drinkwater also creased the net for the Lakers. Alex Slivinsky made nine saves for the Vikings, while Sidney Richardson turned away seven shots for Greenville. The Lakers outshot the Vikings 12-9 and held a 6-1 advantage in corner kicks.

Bucksport 8, Searsport 0 … At Searsport Tuesday, the host Vikings could not bottle up the high-octane offense of the Class B Golden Bucks and were shut out. The score was 2-0 at halftime in favor of Bucksport before the visitors extended their lead in the second half. Alisen Brooks minded the net for the Vikings.

“It wasn’t a bad game. It was 2-0 by halftime,” said Searsport coach Seth Brown. “We improved over the first result against them. They had a lot of different people scoring.”

The Golden Bucks defeated the Vikings 11-1 in the teams’ season-opener.

Searsport (2-6, 4.5604 points) is 12th in Eastern Class C. Fort Kent (7-1-1, 58.2908 points) is first in the 19-team region.

Boys Soccer

Islesboro 8, Chop Point 2 … At Islesboro Tuesday, the host Eagles soared to a convincing victory over the Blue Bears of Woolwich. Max Mahan had a hat trick for the hosts and added an assist, while D.J. Johnson added two goals and an assist for Islesboro. Olin Jenner and Charlie Gebhardt also creased the net for the hosts. Geoffrey Sion tallied both goals for Chop Point.

Gerard Scherr made five saves on six shots for the Eagles, while Blue Bear keeper Gable Stevens made three saves on 11 shots.

Islesboro (6-2, 13.7830 points) is fifth in Western Class D. Richmond (6-1-2, 35.9609) is first in the 10-team region.

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