Weekly recap

Seahawks lose three, tie Oak Hill

Wed, 10/13/2021 - 7:45am

During the past week, the Boothbay Region Seahawks field hockey team lost to the top Class C South team and undefeated Winthrop Ramblers twice, got shut out by Mountain Valley in Rumford, and tied Oak Hill in double overtime in a scoreless game.

Mountain Valley 7 Boothbay 0

The Mountain Valley Falcons showed why they are one of the top teams in Class C field hockey as they shut out the visiting Seahawks, 7-0, on Monday, Oct. 4 in Rumford.

The win improved the Falcons’ record to 9-1-1 while Boothbay dropped to 2-7 with the loss.

Scoring for Mountain Valley were Autumn Freeman with three goals (and two assists), Mallorie Bourret, Taylor Duguay, Alana Young and Abby Jones.

Boothbay goalie Jaelyn Crocker was kept busy all game, making 28 saves on 42 shots by the Falcons.

Boothbay had nine shots on goal.

Winthrop 10 Boothbay 0

The Winthrop Ramblers field hockey team continued its unbeaten season Wednesday, Oct. 6 defeating the Seahawks, 10-0, on senior day at Winthrop.

It was a special day for Rambler senior Maddie Perkins who broke the school scoring record. Perkins scored two goals to give her 69 for her career, breaking the record of 68, which Emily Dooling Hamilton set in 2000.

Besides Perkins’ two goals, Winthrop (12-0) got goals from Julia Letourneau (3) Bella Littler, Lawryn Wood, Madeline Wagner, Emma Shuman and Brooke Belz.

Boothbay dropped to 2-8 on the season with the loss. Crocker made 12 saves.

Oak Hill 0 Boothbay 0

After 76 minutes of on-field action, the Seahawks and Oak Hill Raiders put away their gear that provided no goals in Friday’s homecoming field hockey game at Perkins Field, BRHS.

The double-overtime contest saw plenty of shots on goal by Oak Hill, but Crocker made 21 saves, including a couple of instances of getting on the ground and pushing the ball away from the Raiders and away from the goal crease.

Boothbay also survived Oak Hill’s advantage on penalty corners. The Raiders (4-7-1) had 18 corners to the Seahawks’ five.

Both teams had a couple of open shots during the two eight-minute overtime periods but all went wide of the goal.

Winthrop 6 Boothbay 0

Perkins and Letourneau each scored two goals to power the Winthrop Ramblers over the Seahawks, 6-0, in field hockey at Perkins Field Monday morning, Oct. 11.

The Ramblers, now 13-0 and on top of the Class C South standings, also got goals from Wood and Izzy Folsom.

Crocker had 15 saves.

Boothbay, now 2-9-1, wraps up the regular season on Friday, Oct. 15 at Oak Hill.