The Foxcroft Ponies and Winslow Black Raiders field hockey teams were two of the best in class B the last two seasons.
This year they are at the top of the class C standings.
The Ponies are 7-0-1 and have outscored their opponents 34-0.
Julia Annis has scored 10 goals to lead the Foxcroft offense.
Brianna Skolfield has not allowed a goal for the Ponies.The junior transferred from Central high school after spending her freshman and sophomore seasons playing for the Red Devils.
Foxcroft played to a 0-0 tied with Old Town in their opening game of the season. The Coyotes are 6-0-1 and third in the class B heal point standings.
The Ponies who currently sit at number one in the class C heal point standings will face the Coyotes in their regular season finale on October 15th.
Foxcroft won the Eastern Maine championship the last time they played in class C during the 2010 season.The Ponies reached the class B semifinals and finished 13-3 last season.
Winslow is 8-0 and have outscored their class B opponents 32-3.The Black Raiders have defeated class B powers Gardiner and Leavitt.
The only class C opponents for Winslow during the regular season will be Maine Central Institute and Mount View.
Winslow finished 11-4 in class B last season.
Mount View was also a playoff team in class B last season.
The Mustangs are 4-3, with the only losses coming against some of the best in class B.
Mount View lost to Gardiner 5-2 in the season opener. They fell to 0-2 on the season when they dropped a 1-0 contest to Leavitt. Mount View lost 2-1 against Nokomis, who currently are at the top of the class B Eastern Maine standings.
Winthrop are the two time defending Eastern Maine class C champion.
The Ramblers are 6-1, with the only loss coming to class B west power Spruce Mountain.
Dexter and Orono are number four and five in the current class C heal point standings.
Mattanawcook, Hall Dale, MCI, PCHS, and Central are also contending for tournament spots.