The Boothbay Region High School field hockey team won one game and lost three this week to fall to 2-3 on the season.
At Winthrop on Monday, Sept. 16, the Ramblers won, 2-0. At home on Friday, Sept. 13, Boothbay lost 5-2 to Spruce Mountain. On Saturday, Sept. 14, the Seahawks defeated Telstar, 5-0, and on Sept. 11 in Rumford, the Mountain Valley Falcons defeated the Seahawks 5-3.
Winthrop remained undefeated with a win at home.
“We made a few positional changes to face the defending Class C State champions,” said BRHS coach Donna Jordan. “Once again people stepped up to the challenge.”
At the end of 60 minutes of play the score was 1-0. Winthrop received a corner with no time remaining on the clock. Winthrop brought 10 of the players up to the corner play facing Boothbay’s five defenders and was able to slip the ball into the goal for a 2-0 win.
Scoring goals were Hanna Duley and Maddie Perkins. Madison Weymouth had one save to earn the shutout. Jaelyn Crocker had 11 saves for Boothbay.
Boothbay shuts out Rebels
At Bethel, the Seahawks got two goals each from Chloe Arsenault and Mara Gentry, both unassisted, and one from Cortney Meader, with an assist from Hali Goodwin, as the Seahawks defeated Telstar.
“The girls were successful in making some adjustments from Friday’s play and had a strong showing,” said Jordan. Crocker faced two shots and recorded two saves, her second shutout of the season.
Mountain Valley edges Boothbay
Mountain Valley improved to 3-0 on the season with a 5-3 win over Boothbay.
The Falcons led at the half, 3-1, but the Seahawks played them even in the second half.
Scoring three goals for the Falcons was Avery Sevigny. Her sister, Rylee, and Taylor Dube each scored a goal.
Arsenault had two goals for Boothbay, while Goodwin also scored.
Crocker had 22 saves in goal for Boothbay. Falcon goalie Nora Tag had five saves.
Spruce Mountain prevails
Emily Castonguay scored two second half goals and the Spruce Mountain Phoenix went on to defeat the Seahawks.
The Phoenix held a 3-0 advantage at the half behind goals from Hanni Johnson, Ari Armandi and Ella Plourde.
With the score 4-0, Boothbay’s Kylie Brown scored on a long shot at 18:46 of the second half. After Castonguay’s second goal, Arsenault completed the scoring with her fourth goal of the season with just over nine minutes to play.
Both goalies played well in the game, with Crocker stopping 23 shots and Spruce Mountain’s Melissa Bamford recording 18 saves.
With the win, Spruce Mountain improved to 2-1.