While one Midcoast high school field hockey squad had a frustrating Wednesday afternoon and another was fit to be tied, one other walked off the field happy following another victory.

In road makeup games from Tuesday, when inclement weather pushed the contests to another day, Mount View of Thorndike nipped Waterville 1-0, while Belfast tied Gardiner 1-1 in double-overtime and Rockland/Georges Valley fell to Hampden Academy 1-0.

All three squads, which will be back in action Thursday, Sept. 30, weather permitting, are in the Eastern Class B playoff mix, especially the two Waldo County squads.

Mount View (8-0, 59.7929 points) is first, Belfast (6-2-1, 37.2633 points) sixth and Rockland/Georges Valley (3-6) 10th in the Maine Principals’ Association Heal Point Standings for the region, although the RDHS/GVHS loss to the Broncos is not included in the current standings.

John Bapst of Bangor (8-1, 55.4337 points) is second behind the Mustangs in the 14-team region.

Mount View 1, Waterville 0 … The Mustangs regained their top ranking in the region with Wednesday’s win after the Crusaders of Bangor had grabbed the No. 1 position for a day. Against the host Purple Panthers, Mercedes Reynolds scored with an assist from Hayleigh Kein. Kein shot the ball toward the goal and Reynolds went behind goalie Sadie Dixon, who was playing out of the cage, and tipped the ball in with 24:46 left in the second half.

Mount View held a 20-3 edge in shots. Abbie Charrier (save in first half) and Amanda Hall (2 saves in second half) split time in the Mustang cage. Goalie Dixon had 19 saves for Waterville (4-5).

The Purple Panthers also won the jayvee game 4-1.

Belfast 1, Gardiner 1 … At Gardiner, the Lions forged a double-overtime tie. The host Tigers scored six minutes into the game (the name of the goal scorer was unavailable), before Kendra Kirby knocked a ball into the back of the cage with 2:15 left in the opening half on assists from Madison Cummings and Lauren Rice.

Paxton Mohney stopped 6-of-7 Tiger shots in the Lion cage, and Alley Beulier stopped 7-of-8 Belfast shots for Gardiner.

The jayvee game ended in a scoreless tie.

Hampden Academy 1, Rockland/Georges Valley 0 … Meg Galley scored at 28:47 of the second half in a scramble in front of the cage to give the host Broncos the victory. RDHS/GVHS held a 7-4 edge in shots and 3-2 advantage in penalty corners.

Ciara Smalley made three saves in the RDHS/GVHS cage and Maggie Ross four stops in the Hampden Academy goal.

In a game played on the fast artificial turf surface in Hampden, RDHS/GVHS coach Joanna Hall lamented the fact her squad had three calls called back. “This was very frustrating for us and we are very disappointed with the loss,” she said.

Village NetMedia Regional Editor/Sports Director Ken Waltz can be reached at 207-594-4401 or by e-mail at kwaltz@villagesoup.com.