The first games of October brought a mixed bag of results for Waldo County high school soccer and field hockey squads.

The Belfast and Mount View field hockey teams, along with the Belfast boys soccer team, notched victories Oct. 1, while the Belfast girls and Searsport boys soccer squads fell short.

In Oct. 3 games, the Searsport boys soccer and Mount View field hockey teams fell short, while the Belfast field hockey team rolled to another victory.

The following is a recap of reported results:

Field hockey

Belfast 5, Morse 0

At Belfast Oct. 3, the Lions continued their impressive recent play with a lopsided win over the Shipbuilders of Bath. Maddy Cummings finished with a hat trick and Hannah Bailey added two goals to key the Lions.

Cummings scored the game's first three goals, the first with 23:10 remaining in the first half. Kelci Faulkingham assisted two of those goals and Kyle Nelson the other. Bailey scored the team's fourth goal with 2:25 remaining in the first half, as Cummings assisted.

In the second half, Bailey scored, assisted by Lindsey Blood.

Madison Littlefield made saves on the only two shots she faced in the Lion cage. Morse goalie Bryanna Ringrose faced 15 shots made seven saves.

Belfast led 9-1 in penalty corners.

The Morse jayvees won 1-0.

In the Maine Principals' Association Heal Point Standings for Eastern Class B, Belfast (7-4, 30.30.61 points) is fifth, while Old Town (10-0-1, 69.7321 points) is first in the 10-team region. The top eight teams qualify for the playoffs.

Winslow 3, Mount View 0

At Winslow Oct. 3, the unbeaten hosts were too much for the Mustangs, as the Black Raiders earned a shutout win.

Winslow scored its first two goals in the first 16 minutes of the game, as Brittany White scored unassisted with 24:37 left and Brooke Haskell scored with 14:51 left remaining.

Mount View then held the Black Raiders scoreless until 8:01 remained in the second half as MacKenzie Winslow scored to make it 3-0.

Winslow held a 12-10 edge in shots, while Delainey Wood recorded the shutout in the Black Raider cage. The Mustang goalie Dinah Bilodeau made eight saves. Lindsay Morong made a player-save in the second half for Mount View

The Mustangs led 6-5 in penalty corners.

"It was a tough game and Mount View played well even though the score was 3-0," said veteran Mustang coach Gloria Hewett.

In the Maine Principals' Association Heal Point Standings for Eastern Class C, Mount View (7-4, 37.1939 points) is fifth, while Winslow (11-0, 79.4133 points) is first in the 13-team region. The top nine teams qualify for the playoffs.

Belfast 5, Waterville 1

At Thomas College Oct. 1, the Lions roared to their fifth straight win as they bested the Purple Panthers by four goals.

Leading Belfast's offense were Kylie Nelson (2 goals, assist), Maddy Cummings (2 goals, 2 assists), Hannah Bailey (goal) and Kelci Faulkingham (2 assists). Jena Nawful score for Waterville, on an assist from Olivia Lopes.

Maddy Littlefield made 11 saves on 12 shots in goal for Belfast, while Rachel Bergeron made eight saves on 13 shots the cage for Waterville.

Mount View 4, Erskine Academy 0

At Thorndike Oct. 1, the 'Stangs continued their strong play and blanked the Eagles en route to their seventh win.

Leading Mount View's offense were Reanna Boulay (2 goals, assist), Austyn Thomas (goal), Braley Leadbetter (goal) and Megan Mikel (assist).

Dinah Bilodeau had three saves on three shots in the cage for Mount View, while Alexis Sovey made 14 saves on 18 shots in net for the Eagles of South China.

In the jayvee game, Mount View prevailed 6-0. Sierra Thomas scored two goals, while Mikel (goal), Thomas (goal), Mckenna Gibbs (goal, assist) and Caitlyn Poulin (goal) also chipped in on offense.

Boys soccer

Belfast 3, Lincoln Academy 0

At Belfast Oct. 1, the Lions earned their first home win of the season.

Wolfgang Heintz, Christian Williams and David Flood all scored for Belfast, while Soren Moesswilde. Williams and Marcus Riley all logged assists.

Sam Kulikowski made seven saves on 12 shots for Belfast, while Hank Fitzpatrick made 12 saves on 17 shots for the visitors. Both teams attempted five corner kicks.

In the Maine Principals' Association Heal Point Standings for Eastern Class B, Belfast (2-6-1, 9.8214 points) is 15th, while Presque Isle (6-1-1, 43.4311 points) is first in the 19-team region. The top 13 teams qualify for the playoffs.

Bangor Christian 6, Searsport 0

At Bangor Oct. 3, the unbeaten hosts proved too tough for the Vikings. Kyle Holmes scored two goals and Cody Collins, Josh Palmeter, Brandon Messer and Joel Schmidt each one for the winners. Collins, Jay Bishop and Hunter Cotton added assists.

Caleb Peary made two saves on two shots in the Bangor Christian goal and Troy Reynolds 11 saves on 28 shots in the Viking net.

In the Maine Principals' Association Heal Point Standings for Western Class D, Searsport (1-9, 2.9762 points) is 11th, while Pine Tree Academy of Freeport (7-0, 43.8886 points) is first in the 12-team region. The top eight teams qualify for the playoffs.

Deer Isle-Stonington 2, Searsport 0

At Searsport Oct. 1, the Mariners blanked the host Vikings by two goals. Krisford Melanio and Pat Duddy scored for DIS.

Troy Reynolds made 15 saves on 19 shots in net for Searsport, while Ethan Shephard made nine saves on 11 shots in goal for Deer Isle-Stonington. The visitors held a 6-3 edge in corner kicks.

Girls soccer

Lincoln Academy 4, Belfast 0

At Newcastle Oct. 1, the Eagles soared to win as the Lions remained winless on the season.

Leading the Eagles were Heather Benner (goal), Sophie Schemacher (goal), Morgan Achorn (goal, assist), Hayden Campbell (goal), Sophie Schamacher (assist), Leslie Sandefur (assist) and Alyssa Smith (assist).

Grace Davis made 17 saves on 31 shots in net for Belfast, while Miranda Achorn made eight saves on eight shots in goal for Lincoln Academy.

In the Maine Principals' Association Heal Point Standings for Eastern Class B, Belfast (0-9, no points) is 18th, while Waterville (9-0, 55.6888 points) is first in the 19-team region. The top 13 teams qualify for the playoffs.

Camden Hills 6, Mount View 1

At Thorndike Oct. 1, the Windjammers remained unbeaten as they bested the Mustangs by five goals.

Lea Smith had a hat trick for the winners, while Grace Hayward, Emma Gutheinz and Izzy Gutheinz also scored for Camden Hills. Meri Picard tallied the lone goal for Mount View.

Rachel Pease made three saves on five shots in net for the 'Jammers, while Tori Strain made 10 saves on 18 shots in goal for the 'Stangs.

In the Maine Principals' Association Heal Point Standings for Eastern Class B, Mount View (1-6-1, 5.1786 points) is 15th. Waterville (9-0, 55.6888 points) is first in the 19-team region. The top 13 teams qualify for the playoffs.