The Mount View field hockey team was the lone Waldo County high school athletic winner in Thursday, Sept. 27 play.

In field hockey action that day, host Mount View of Thorndike beat Gardiner 3-0, while in boys soccer, Maranacook of Readfield bested host Belfast 2-1. In girls soccer, host Maranacook beat Belfast 3-0 and Bucksport downed host Searsport 9-0. In coed soccer, Greater Portland Christian defeated Islesboro 3-2.

Field hockey

Mount View 3, Gardiner 0

At Thorndike Sept. 27, the Mustangs earned a Heal Point-worthy shutout win over the Tigers. All three Mount View goals were tallied in the second half. The first two were scored by Brittany Masessa, with the first assisted by Andrea Smith, with 26:47 left and the second was unassisted with 10:40 remaining. The third goal was tallied by Braley Leadbetter, assisted by Anna Tsomides, with 1:35 to play.

Abbie Charrier stopped all three shots she saw in the cage for the Mustangs, while Olivia Philbrook made 17 saves (field players made another three) on 23 shots for the Tigers.

Mount View lost the jayvee game 3-1. The Mustang goal was scored by Megan Mikel on a penalty stroke.

In the Maine Principals' Association Heal Point Standings for Eastern Class B, Mount View (7-3, 39.6939 points) is seventh, while Foxcroft Academy of Dover-Foxcroft (10-0, 62.7551 points) is first in the 14-team region. The top nine teams qualify for the playoffs.

Boys soccer

Maranacook 2, Belfast 1 (OT)

At Belfast Sept. 27, the Black Bears of Readfield and the Lions battled tooth-and-nail with the visitors securing the win in extra time. Kent Mohlar scored on a penalty shot at 10:08 of the first half to give the visitors a 1-0 lead, before Yanni Rakis scored on a corner kick from Jake Levangie-Thompson for BAHS with 5:50 left.

The game went to overtime where A.J. Freeman tallied the game-winner for Maranacook with 1:50 left.

Maranacook held a 24-8 edge in shots and 20-3 advantage in corner kicks

Sam Kulikowski made 15 saves in the Lion goal, while the Black Bear keeper, whose name was unavailable, made five stops.

In the Maine Principals' Association Heal Point Standings for Eastern Class B, Belfast (6-3-1, 26.7857 points) is ninth, while Winslow (7-0-2, 61.6071 points) is first in the 18-team region. The top 12 teams qualify for the playoffs.

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Girls soccer

Bucksport 9 Searsport 0

At Searsport Sept. 27, the host Vikings were no match for the high-powered Golden Bucks, who reside a few miles down the road. Leading the visitors' offense were Kacie Hurd (3 goals), Alanna Davis (2 goals, assist), Elisabeth Jakobsen (goal, 4 assists), Chloe Carmichael (goal), Katy Jones (goal) and Emily Heath (goal).

Libby Lane, Alicen Brooks and Anna Bucklin played in net for the Vikings, as the teammates combined for 12 saves on 25 shots. Davis and Makala Boyer played in goal for Bucksport, making three saves on four shots

Bucksport held a 15-1 edge in corner kicks.

In the Maine Principals' Association Heal Point Standings for Eastern Class C, Searsport (2-6, 4.4133 points) is 14th, while Fort Kent (7-3-1,56.5689 points) is first in the 17-team region. The top 11 teams qualify for the playoffs.

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Maine Central Institute 7, Mount View 2

At the Country View Golf Club Sept. 24, visiting Maine Central Institute of Pittsfield beat Mount View 7-2, compiling a four-golfer, nine-hole stroke total of 168 to 192. Mustang Austin Higgins and MCI's Gavin Douglas were co-medalists at 39.

The individual results, with Mustang golfers listed first, were: Erik Larrabee (42) lost to Gavin Dougas (39); Austin Higgins (39) beat Trevor Kitchen (41); Montana Maynard (55) lost to Dylan Watrous (47); Owen Freeman (56) lost to Kael McCarthy (41); Cay Outerbridge (62) lost to Nate Tilton (55); and Westley Turner (65) beat Dan Stevens (70).

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