Shutouts reign for Camden Hills, Oceanside victoriesMariners sweep Mount View Mustangs, Windjammers best Medomak Valley
The Camden Hills boys remained unbeaten with another impressive shutout victory and the Oceanside squads swept Mount View of Thorndike in Friday, Oct. 4 high school boys and girls soccer play.
Camden Hills defeated host Medomak Valley and Oceanside downed host Mount View in 4-0 boys clashes, while Oceanside notched a 3-0 victory over visiting Mount View in girls action.
Camden Hills 4, Medomak Valley 0
At Waldoboro Oct. 4, the unbeaten Windjammers continued to sail, increasing both their goals advantage over opponents this season and their shutout total. Camden Hills scored three first-half goals and one in the second to beat the host Panthers.
In the first half, Zach Pitcairn scored with 36 minutes left, assisted by Alex Blackwell, before Yanni Stancioff tallied two consecutive goals, the first with 25 minutes remaining, assisted by Jack Gallagher, and the second with 20 minutes left, assisted by Jack Henry Grannis-Phoenix.
In the second half, Ben Welt completed the scoring with 20 seconds left, assisted by Josiah Krull.
Marshall Spear made saves on all three shots he faced in the Windjammer goal, while Panther keeper Noah Beck had eight saves on 22 shots. Camden Hills held a 4-2 edge in corner kicks.
In nine regular-season games, Camden Hills has outscored foes 56-2, with seven shutouts. The Windjammers have played in three straight Eastern Class B championship games, winning two, and have lost the last two state Class B title games in close, competitive fashion.
In the Maine Principals' Association Heal Point Standings for Eastern Class B, Camden Hills (9-0, 47.3214 points) is third and Medomak Valley (1-6-3, 9.8214 points) 17th. Ellsworth (7-0-1, 66.6454 points) is first in the 19-team region. The top 13 teams qualify for the playoffs.
Oceanside 4, Mount View 0
At Thorndike Oct. 4, the visiting Mariners turned in a solid all-around performance to beat the host Mustangs. Oceanside received goals from four different players.
Oceanside led 1-0 at the end of the first half as Nick Judge scored with 33:26 left. Then the Mariners exploded for three second-half goals, including from R.J. Hall at 36:39, Kaleb Robinson at 25:21 and Christian Straka at 13:37.
Phil Atwood made three saves on seven shots in net for Oceanside and Mikey Hustus five saves on 12 shots and Emmett Shell three saves on six shots in goal for Mount View.
Oceanside held a 3-2 edge in corner kicks.
In the Maine Principals' Association Heal Point Standings for Eastern Class B, Oceanside (7-2, 33.9286 points) is eighth and Mount View (4-4-1, 22.3214 points) 10th. Ellsworth (7-0-1, 66.6454 points) is first in the 19-team region. The top 13 teams qualify for the playoffs.
Oceanside 3, Mount View 0
At Thomaston Oct. 4, the Mariners blanked the Mustangs and, in turn, picked up their sixth win.
Caitlin Raye netted a goal and added two assists in the win, while Emily Gould and Ashley Gardner also creased the net for Oceanside.
Tori Strain made 18 saves on 21 shots in goal for the visiting Mustangs, while Kalyn Grover faced no shots and made no saves in net for the Mariners.
Oceanside led 12-0 in corner kicks.
The hosts took a 1-0 lead with 30:09 left in the first half when Raye buried a penalty kick, while Gould headed in a corner kick from Raye with 15:34 left in regulation and Gardner netted the final goal — also off a Raye corner kick — with 13:22 remaining.
In the Maine Principals' Association Heal Point Standings for Eastern Class B, Oceanside (6-2-1, 39.4260 points) is fifth, while Waterville (10-0, 69.3367 points) is first in the 19-team region. The top 13 teams qualify for the playoffs.