The Mount View of Thorndike and Camden Hills of Rockport high school field hockey squads took different routes to the same destination — namely, the road to winning.

While the Mustangs needed overtime to secure a road victory, the Windjammers nailed down a more comfortable home victory.

From left, Camden Hills’ Anna Jordan, Charlotte Hood and Gail Curtis. Photo courtesy of Rita Ackley

Mount View bested Maranacook of Readfield 1-0 in OT on Wednesday, Oct. 13 and Camden Hills downed Hampden Academy 3-1 on Tuesday, Oct. 12.

The following are reported results:

Mount View 1, Maranacook 0

At Readfield Oct. 13, the Mustangs and Black Bears worked overtime before the visitors pulled out the exciting one-goal victory.

Mount View’s Sonnie Heath (7) passes the ball to Mackenzie Burgess. Photo courtesy of Kate Ahlefeld

Greta Ahlefeld scored the winning goal as she converted a penalty stroke with 2:57 left in the OT.

Mount View’s Ella Sawyer earned a shutout as she stopped 14-of-15 shots on the cage. Bella Roberts also had a save for the Mustangs.

Mount View’s Greta Ahlefeld, front. Photo courtesy of Kate Ahlefeld

Esme Jamison made stops on 15-of-16 shots she faced in the Maranacook cage.

In the Maine Principals’ Association Heal Point Standings for Class C North, Mount View (6-7, 33.9534 points) is 10th, while Maine Central Institute of Pittsfield (11-1, 148.0434 points) is first in the 12-team region.

Camden Hills 3, Hampden Academy 1

At Rockport Oct. 12, the host Windjammers discovered the winning formula against the Broncos with goals and three of the four quarters.

Claudia Webber, Alexis Wilmot and Addie Kelly scored, while Tess Hodgkins proved solid in the cage for the Windjammers. Alex Turner added an assist for the hosts.

Webber scored at 3:38 of the first, Wilmot 3:13 of the third and Kelly 4:19 of the fourth.

Camden Hills finished with nine shots and nine penalty corners, while Hodgkins made eight saves.

Paige Oakes caged a shot for the Broncos, while Jada Bilodeau played in goal. Hampden Academy had eight shots and nine penalty corners, while Bilodeau made six saves.

In the Maine Principals’ Association Heal Point Standings for Class A North, Camden Hills (6-7-1, 62.8547 points) is eighth, while Skowhegan (12-0, 199.9999 points) is first in the 12-team region.

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