THORNDIKE — Reanna Bouley scored the game-winning goal with 20 seconds left as the Mt. View field hockey team beat Camden Hills 2-1 on Tuesday.

Hailey Davis started the play that led to the game-winner for the Mustangs (10-4-0), pushing the ball down the field then passing to Megan Mikel, who sent it to Bouley, who scored.

Braley Leadbetter scored in the first half from Bouley to give Mt. View the lead. Allie Dobbins tied it in the second half for the Windjammers (5-9-0).

Girls soccer

Lincoln 3, Winslow 2 OT: Heather Benner scored the game-winning goal 58 seconds into overtime to give the Eagles the Kennebec Valley Athletic Conference Class B win in Newcastle.

Barrett Campbell added two goals for Lincoln (6-3-1). Miranda Achorn stopped 12 shots.

Kamryn Michaud and Devin Fitzgibbons scored for Winslow (6-5-1). Hillary Libby made 13 saves.

Boys soccer

Erskine 2, Leavitt 0: The Eagles scored two first-half goals on their way to victory in Turner.

Trevor Hubbard scored from Joe York six minutes into the game and Phoenix Throckmorton scored unassisted with 17 minutes left in the half for Erskine (10-2-0). Jared Gartley earned the win with two saves.

Ben Fullerton had eight saves for Leavitt (2-8-2).

Monmouth 1, Carrabec 0: Kyle Fletcher took advantage of a misplayed pass in the Cobras’ defensive end to lead the Mustangs to the Mountain Valley Conference win in North Anson.

The goal was asissted by Josh Reny. Monmouth drew strong defensive games from Joe Menice and Ben Bolstridge.

Kasey Smith made 20 saves for Monmouth (7-4-0) while Trent Richardson made eight for Carrabec (5-5-2).

Men’s soccer

Maine Maritime Academy 2, UM-Farmington 1, 2OT: Brian Soucy scored just over two minutes into the second overtime period to lift the Mariners to a win over the Beavers in Farmington.

MMA (8-4-2, 6-1-1 in the North Atlantic Conference) took a 1-0 lead in the 35th minute on a goal by Chad McDonnell. UMF (2-10-1, 0-4-1 in the conference) tied it on a goal by Jordan Luks in the 51st minute.

Derek Reilly had 12 saves for UMF, while Jesse Perkins had three for MMA.