The Belfast, Camden Hills and Oceanside high school field hockey teams swung into midseason action and form on Monday, Sept. 20 as two squared off against one another and two swung to wins. And teams continued with cagey play throughout the week.

The Lions caged a 2-0 road win over the Windjammers in Rockport, while the Mariners also went on the road and cemented a victory, a 3-0 decision over Lincoln Academy of Newcastle.

On Wednesday, Sept. 22, Mount View got in on the action with a 3-2 home win over Waterville, while the high-flying Lions swung to a 7-0 road win over Lincoln Academy.

Then, on Thursday, Sept. 23, the Windjammers swung to a 3-2, overtime road victory over Brewer.

The following is a recap of reported results:

Camden Hills 3, Brewer 2 (OT)

At Brewer Sept. 23, the Windjammers got the game-winning score in overtime from Anna Jordan and swung past the Witches.

Jordan’s goal came with two minutes remaining in overtime off Claudine Webber’s second assist of the game.

The Windjammers held an 11-6 edge in shots, while the Witches held the edge in penalty corners 13-5.

Tess Hodgkins made four saves in goal for Camden Hills and Emma Look nine saves in the cage for Brewer.

The Windjammers scored their regulation goals in the first quarter and led 2-0 after the first 15 minutes. They maintained a 2-1 edge at halftime and after three quarters before the Witches drew even in the fourth.

Addie Kelly and Sara Ackley had scores in the first quarter for Camden Hills.

Camden Hills coach Lindsey Clement said: “Our offense was determined for an [overtime] goal, and their cohesive play made it happen.”

“We set up positionally to cover their offensive speed, but applied our offensive pressure up high,” she said. “Although Charlotte Hood and Katie Thorn did not tally the final goal, their play in the midfield was crucial for the win-speed, exaggerated positioning, and smart play all attributed to setting our offense up for success and shut down Brewer’s offense.”

Belfast 7, Lincoln Academy 0

At Newcastle Sept. 22, the Lions went on the offensive and caged the host Eagles. Belfast led 4-0 at halftime.

The Lion offense was paced by Audra Faulkingham (3 goals), Breanna Shorey (2 goals, 2 assists), Mia Winslow (goal), Kara Richards (2 assists) and Grace Hall (goal).

Belfast held a 35-2 edge in shots and 20-2 advantage in penalty corners.

Madison Shorey made two saves in goal for the Lions and Addie Brinkler 22 saves in the cage for the Eagles.

Mount View 3, Waterville 2

At Thorndike Sept. 22, the Mustangs got the winning goal from Ivory Spaulding as time wound down in a triumph over the Purple Panthers. The score was tied 1-1 at halftime, while the opponents were knotted 2-2 after three quarters.

Spaulding had two goals for the ‘Stangs and assisted on Alexa Coffin’s goal to pace the hosts. Gabby Mainer and Avery Willette caged goals for the Purple Panthers.

Ella Sawyer made 11 saves on 13 shots in the cage for Mount View, while Yuleya Paquette, Gabbie St. Peter and Sarah Doore spent time in goal for Waterville.

Belfast 2, Camden Hills 0

At Rockport Sept. 20, the Lions prowled past the host Windjammers. Belfast led 1-0 at halftime.

Breanna Shorey caged a goal and assisted on Natalie Curry’s goal for Belfast.

The Lions held an 8-4 edge in shots and 13-7 advantage in penalty corners.

Madison Shorey made one save in the cage for Belfast and Tess Hodgkins one save in goal for Camden Hills.

Oceanside 3, Lincoln Academy 0

At Newcastle Sept. 20, the Mariners sailed past the Eagles.

Colette Black and Erin Stevneson had a goal and assist in the win for Oceanside, while Winter Adams added one score for the visitors.

The Mariners held a 23-2 edge in shots and 13-5 advantage in penalty corners.

Mackenzie Hobbs made two saves in goal for Oceanside, while Addi Brinkler made five saves in the cage for Lincoln Academy.

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