Just a day after Mount View won, Belfast tied and Rockland/Georges Valley lost in high school field hockey makeup games, not much changed in Thursday’s regularly-scheduled contests.

The Mustangs of Thorndike defeated another opponent, the Lions battled to another hard-fought tie and RDHS/GVHS again came up short against a topnotch league opponent.

The only difference between one day and the next was on Wednesday the three Midcoast teams played road games, while on Thursday they competed at home.

At Thorndike, Mount View beat Maine Central Institute of Pittsfield 3-0, while in Belfast the Lions tied Leavitt of Turner 1-1 in double-overtime. In Rockland, RDHS/GVHS lost 4-1 to Winslow. The Mustangs remain unbeaten and first in its region.

Mount View (9-0, 72.2189 points) is first, Belfast (6-2-2, 48.1361 points) fifth and Rockland/Georges Valley (3-7, 7.7515 points) 11th in the Maine Principals’ Association Heal Point Standings for Eastern Class B.

John Bapst of Bangor (8-1, 55.4337 points) remains second — 16.7852 points behind the Mustangs in the 14-team region.

Mount View 3, Maine Central Institute 0 … At Thorndike in windy conditions — which caused the cage to blow over several times before it had to be braced to keep it upright — the Mustangs rolled to another win, this time over the Huskies of Pittsfield (3-7).

For the hosts, Cheyenne Dyer scored unassisted with 23:33 left in the first half. In the second half, Brianna Moody scored, with an assist from Mercedes Reynolds, with 14:23 remaining. Janelle Thornley tallied an unassisted goal with 8:44 left.

Mount View held a 16-0 edge in shots and 12-1 advantage in penalty corners. Sarah Bennett made 13 saves in the Husky goal, while Abbie Charrier (first half) and Amanda Hall (second half) did not face a shot for the Mustangs.

Belfast 1, Leavitt 1 (2OT) … At Belfast, the Lions played their second double-overtime game in two days with both resulting in 1-1 ties. Against the Hornets of Turner, Ashland Hall, with an assist from Madison Cummings, gave the hosts a 1-0 lead with 4:30 left in the first half. Leavitt tied the game with a goal midway through the second half. The name of the scorer was unavailable.

Paxton Mohney made saves on 6-of-7 Hornet shots in the Lion cage, while Taylor Eells had stops on 9-of-10 BAHS’ shots for Leavitt.

Belfast won the jayvee game 1-0.

Winslow 4, Rockland 1 … At Rockland, the Black Raiders held a 14-5 edge in shots and 5-3 advantage in penalty corners en route to a three-goal win over the hosts. For RDHS/GVHS, Hannah Plourde scored off an assist from Phoebe Ferriaolo with 16:26 left in the first half.

That 1-0 cushion did not last as Winslow’s Bethany Winkin, assisted by Michelle Greene, tied the game with a goal with 10:08 left in the opening half. The Black Raiders added three more goals in the second half, the first from Christine Parrill with 27:30 remaining and the final two from Greene at 14:20 and 3:33 left. The last goal was assisted by Rebekah Raymond.

Ciara Smalley made 10 saves in the RDHS/GVHS cage.

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