WINSLOW — Winslow field hockey coach Mary Beth Bourgoin was concerned about a possible letdown Monday as her Black Raiders faced a second unbeaten opponent in three days.

She didn’t need to worry.

Winslow’s defense held Dexter to two shots while the offense applied pressure throughout the game en route to a 3-0 victory.

The win left Winslow at 11-0 in Class B North while Dexter, which competes in Class C North, fell to 10-1.

Saturday, the Raiders beat previously unbeaten Belfast 1-0 on the Lions’ home field in a well-played and intense game, Bourgoin said.

“I was pretty proud of the way they bounced back after that game on Saturday because that was a lot to get up for,” Bourgoin said. “But they knew we were going to have to do this because Dexter’s always strong and very well-coached.”

Silver Clukey scored just over five minutes into the game when she knocked in a rebound off Anna Petrovic’s shot following a penalty corner. The scored stayed that way until the half, despite a 7-0 edge in shots for the Raiders. Goalie Amanda Haskell (nine saves) kept the score close with several strong saves. After winning several one-sided games this season. Dexter coach Margaret Veazie was happy to play a strong team.

“It’s a great thing,” she said. “They’re a great team and we need the competition. “They’re very strong and big-hitting. We shied away from it really bad, but they’re good, good athletes.”

Senior Natalie Greene and Weslee Littlefield scored in the final 10 minutes of the second half to put the game away. Greene scored on a tough angle right-to-left shot following a penalty corner to make it 2-0.

“It was definitely in the circle,” Greene said. “The thing was we didn’t get a strong tip-off it but we try to stress quick shots.”

Greene wasn’t surprised her teammates put together impressive back-to-back victories.

“We played strong coming off our win against Belfast,” she said. “We kind of let that feed our game. We love tough games, they’re more fun. We’ve got our sisterhood down and we’re just trying to have some fun.”

Littlefield scored on one of her typical hard shot from 15 yards out after taking a long crossing pass from Haley Ward.

“I had good possession and a lot of time to set up,” Littlefield said. “That was supposed to go in, I had a lot of time.”

Littlefield was a force from her center mid position as was the entire defense of Ward, Greene and Maddie Roy — all seniors who crept up into the offense at every opportunity.

“We work hard at that,” Bourgoin said. “We practice on overload defense where we might get pulled to side and working back to recover. All three of them outback started as offensive players. They were all forwards.”

Winslow, which plays Dexter again in the final game of the regular season, finished with 12 shots on goal and held a 15-4 advantage in penalty corners.