The Mount View, Belfast, Camden Hills and Oceanside field hockey teams wielded their sticks in action in recent days — the latter two against one another — as the Windjammers, Mustangs and Lions caged wins.

The Windjammers sailed to a 3-0 high school win over the Mariners, while the Mustangs emerged victorious with a 5-1 road win over Erskine Academy of South China on Tuesday, Oct. 5

Camden Hills’ Addie Kelly, left, and Oceanside’s Gabby Tolman. Photo courtesy of Rita Ackley

On Thursday, Oct. 7, the Lions prowled to a 12-0 win over Erskine Academy, while the Windjammers battled Morse of Bath to a 2-2 tie.

The following is a recap of reported results:

Belfast 12, Erskine Academy 0

At Northport Oct. 7, the Lions caged a convincing, lopsided win over the visiting Eagles. Belfast led 2-0, 7-0 and 12-0 at the quarter breaks.

The Lion offense was led by Breanna Shorey (3 goals), Kara Richards (2 goals, assist), Jade Haber (goal), Grace Hall (5 assists), Tallullah Desrochers (2 goals), Natalie Curry (goal), Reagan Seekins (goal, assist) and Lawless Desrochers (assist).

Belfast held a 44-1 edge in shots and a 20-2 advantage in penalty corners. Madison Shorey made one save for the Lions and Leah Bonner 31 saves for the Eagles.

In the Maine Principals’ Association Heal Point Standings for Class B North, Belfast (9-2, 130.6516 points) is second, while Lawrence (9-0, 203.9860 points) is first in the 12-team region.

Camden Hills 3, Oceanside 0

At Rockland Oct. 5, the Windjammers sailed past the visiting Mariners. Camden Hills scored its goals in the first half.

Claudine Webber caged a pair of goals in the win for the hosts — one on a tip in front of the cage in the first quarter and another late in the game off a penalty stroke — while Addie Kelley also scored for the Windjammers.

Camden Hills held a 13-4 edge in shots and 16-4 advantage in penalty corners.

Tess Hodgkins made four saves in the cage for the Windjammers, while Mackenzie Hobbs made 10 saves in goal for the Mariners.

Camden Hills coach Lindsey Clement said: “Since we didn’t play our best the first time we faced Oceanside this fall, we wanted yesterday’s game to be a stronger effort with a different result.”

She added in addition to Kelly and Webber being their key offensive players, “Katie Thorn played an outstanding game in our midfield line. Not only was she able to break up many of Oceanside’s breakaways, she was able to create many breakaways of her own.”

In the Maine Principals’ Association Heal Point Standings for Class A North, Camden Hills (5-6-1, 61.3788 points) is eighth, while Skowhegan (10-0, 205.5182 points) is first in the 12-team region.

In the Maine Principals’ Association Heal Point Standings for Class B North, Oceanside (3-7, 26.6167 points) is 10th, while Lawrence of Fairfield (9-0, 203.9860 points) is first in the 12-team region.

Mount View 5, Erskine Academy 1

At South China Oct. 5, the Mustangs clipped the wings of the host Eagles and surged to a lopsided win. Mount View jumped to a 4-0 lead after 30 minutes.

Alexa Coffin pumped in five goals to lead the Mustang offense, while Mackenzie Burgess, Ivory Spaulding and Audrey Walker added assists.

Evelyn Rousseau scored the lone goal for the Eagles.

In the Maine Principals’ Association Heal Point Standings for Class C North, Mount View (5-7, 30.9990 points) is ninth, while Maine Central Institute of Pittsfield (8-1, 125.0281 points) is first in the 12-team region.

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