Skowhegan, York, Oak Hill win field hockey titles; Greely, Calais claim volleyball crowns October 30, 2016 on Other Sports, Sports, Volleyball ELLSWORTH — The Skowhegan Indians, York Wildcats and Oak Hill Raiders won state field hockey titles Saturday in Bath. Skowhegan (14-3-1) won Class A by beating Massabesic (13-4-1) to win the championship for the 17th time. In Class B, York (18-0) got two goals from Lily Postnerak to beat Belfast (16-2). It was the Wildcats’ third state title in a row. Oak Hill (17-1) won the Class C title with a 2-0 win over Maine Central Institute (15-3). It was the first championship in program history for the Raiders, who lost to MCI by the same score in last year’s final. In volleyball, Greely (17-0) and Calais (16-1) won state titles in Bar Harbor. The top-seeded Rangers avenged a loss in last year’s Class A title game by beating Scarborough (16-2), the No. 2 seed, 25-20, 20-8, 18-25, 25-20 to win it all for the 10th time. Class B No. 1 seed Calais, which beat Ellsworth to open the season and also defeated Mount Desert Island twice, beat No. 2 seed Washington Academy (10-7) 25-15, 25-11, 25-11 to earn its first championship since 2009. Kelly Delaney led the way for the Blue Devils with 18 kills.