As the sun moved in and out of the clouds and rain came down in spurts, local teams hit athletic fields Thursday to test their skills in late regular-season games.

In boys soccer, Belfast realized success against Maine Central Institute of Pittsfield, Georges Valley beat Winthrop and Mount View bested Oak Hill of Sabattus. However, Searsport suffered a loss to Deer Isle-Stonington.

Postseason play is a strong possibility for Mount View and Belfast, while Georges Valley is battling to secure the final playoff berth. Searsport will not qualify for the playoff this fall.

In field hockey, playoff-bound Camden Hills dropped a tough one-goal game to Waterville.

Boys soccer

Mount View 3, Oak Hill 2 (OT) … At Thorndike, 18 seconds into overtime, Aaron Elkins put the winning shot into the Oak Hill net to lift the ‘Stangs to a Heal Point-worthy win. Elkins was assisted by Zoli Kertesz.

Kertesz scored the game’s first goal, on an assist from Alec Davis, less than two minutes into the game. James Philbrick also scored with 20 minutes remaining for the Mustangs.

Jamiel Kidd scored two unassisted goals for Oak Hill of Sabattus.

Mount View goalie Chris Montminy made four saves and keeper Tyler Pelletier five for Oak Hill.

Mount View held a 12-6 edge in shots and both teams had three corner kicks.

Mount View (6-4-2, 46.8750 points) is fifth in the Maine Principals’ Association Heal Points for  Eastern Class B, while Camden Hills (10-0-1, 89.7321 points) is first in the 18-team region.

Belfast 4, Maine Central Institute 3 … At Pittsfield, Scott Kulikowski finished with a hat trick in the final minutes to give the Lions the lift they needed to beat the Huskies.

Yasif Al-Matrouk also scored for Belfast. Brandon Blaisdell scored two goals for MCI.

Belfast finished with a 16-13 advantage in shots and, for the Lions, goalie Tremmil Groene made 10 saves. Keeper Matt Lessard had 12 saves for MCI.

Belfast (6-6, 38.3929 points) is seventh in Eastern Class B, while Camden Hills (10-0-1, 89.7321 points) is first in the 18-team region.

Georges Valley 3, Winthrop 0 … At Winthrop, Levente Demeter netted two goals in the first half to lead the Buccaneers to their three-goal shutout and keep their hopes alive for a postseason berth. Kyle Robinson also scored a goal for the Bucs.

Georges Valley, which had the game moved from Wednesday due to inclement weather, held an 18-4 lead in shots and a 6-1 cushion in corner kicks.

Buc goalie Ben Caron made three saves and Winthrop’s keeper, whose name was unavailable, had nine.

Dementer scored his first goal less than 10 minutes into the first half and placed his second in the net with 9:06 to go in the same half. Robinson assisted Dementer’s second goal. Robinson scored his own goal with 38:42 to go in the second half.

Georges Valley (3-7, 21.9388 points) is 10th in Western Class C, while Wiscasset (10-0-1, 87.3724 points) is first in the 15-team region.

Deer Isle-Stonington 2, Searsport 0 … At Deer Isle, the host Mariners took an early lead as Patrick Duddy scored the game-winning goal 59 seconds into the game thanks to an assist by Noah Leighton.

Oliver Larson also scored for DIS to secure the win. Nathan Davis added an assist.

Keeper Austin Bean made five saves for Searsport and goalie Hayden Torrey made nine saves for the Mariners.

Deer Isle-Stonington held an 18-13 lead in shots.

Searsport (1-11, .7143 points) is 18th (last) in Eastern Class C, while Fort Kent (7-1-3, 67.7296 points) is first in the 18-team region.

Field hockey

Waterville 1, Camden Hills 0 … At Waterville, the Windjammers experienced a tough loss at the hands of the host Purple Panthers thanks to Jenna Nowsel and her unassisted goal.

Nowsel scored with 15:37 remaining in the second half.

Camden Hills goalie Sarah Nason had seven saves and Waterville keeper Nicole Tardiff 13 stops.

Camden Hills held a 13-8 lead in shots and 8-4 advantage in penalty corners.

Camden Hills (6-6, 40.8876 points) is seventh in Eastern Class B, while Mount View of Thorndike (11-1, 113.3728 points) is first in the 14-team region.

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