High school boys and girls soccer

Win or draw: Mariners make strong pitches in late-season contests

By Staff | Oct 11, 2016
Photo by: Holly Vanorse Spicer Oceanside's Jillian Brooks (1) battles with a Lincoln Academy player during an Oct. 8 high school girls soccer game on Sam Pendleton Field in Thomaston. The Mariners beat the Eagles 5-0. Ironically, Pendleton, the longtime Georges Valley boys soccer coach, for which the field is named, sits at the table near his scoreboard.

The Oceanside girls were the lone Midcoast high school soccer squad to net a victory on Saturday, Oct. 8, while the Mariner boys were able to stay out of the loss column in contests against visiting Lincoln Academy of Newcastle at Sam Pendleton Field.

The Mariner girls netted a 5-0 win and the boys battled to a 1-1 stalemate.

Click for photos from the Lincoln Academy at Oceanside boys game.

Click for photos from the Lincoln Academy at Oceanside girls game.

The following is a recap of reported results:

Girls soccer

Oceanside 5, Lincoln Academy 0

At Thomaston Oct. 8, the Mariners blanked the visiting Eagles. Oceanside led 3-0 at halftime.

Leading the Mariner offense were Kelsey Brooks (goal, assist), Abby Veilleux (goal, assist), Cassidy Boynton (goal), Lily McVetty (goal, assist), Hannah Benner (goal) and Hope Butler (assist).

Oceanside held a 10-6 edge in shots and a 5-2 advantage in corner kicks.

Raechel Joyce made five saves in goal for the Mariners and Christine Hilton two saves in net for the Eagles.

In the Maine Principals’ Association Heal Point Standings for Class B North, Oceanside (8-1-2, 97.1684 points) is third, while Hermon (11-0, 113.7755 points) is first in the 19-team region. The top 13 teams qualify for the playoffs.

Boys soccer

Oceanside 1, Lincoln Academy 1 (2 OT)

At Thomaston Oct. 8, the Mariners and Eagles battled to a stalemate. The game was scoreless at halftime.

Rohobot Carlson scored the lone goal for the Mariners, while Min Seo Choi creased the net for the Eagles.

Both teams attempted nine shots, while Lincoln Academy held a 7-4 edge in corner kicks.

Coby Dorr made seven saves in goal for the hosts and Sam Laemmle made five saves in net for the visitors.

In the Maine Principals’ Association Heal Point Standings for Class B North, Oceanside (3-7-1, 29.7959 points) is 14th, while Winslow (10-0-1, 108.0867 points) is first in the 18-team region. The top 12 teams qualify for the playoffs.

Courier Publications' sports staff can be reached by email at sports@villagesoup.com or by phone at 594-4401.

Oceanside's Coby Dorr. (Photo by: Holly Vanorse Spicer)
Oceanside's Josh Peaco (24). (Photo by: Holly Vanorse Spicer)
Oceanside's Yarik Philbrook (7) and Hunter Fowles (3). (Photo by: Holly Vanorse Spicer)
Oceanside's Sam Townsend. (Photo by: Holly Vanorse Spicer)
Oceanside's Sam Townsend. (Photo by: Holly Vanorse Spicer)
Oceanside's Titus Kaewthong (11) and a Lincoln Academy player. (Photo by: Holly Vanorse Spicer)
Oceanside's Yarik Philbrook (7), Hunter Fowles (3) and Levi Post (14). (Photo by: Holly Vanorse Spicer)
Oceanside's Titus Kaewthong. (Photo by: Holly Vanorse Spicer)
Oceanside's Ben Poland (1). (Photo by: Holly Vanorse Spicer)
Oceanside's Levi Post (14). (Photo by: Holly Vanorse Spicer)
Oceanside's Jillian Brooks (1) and Lily McVetty (2). (Photo by: Holly Vanorse Spicer)
Oceanside's Lauren Hatch. (Photo by: Holly Vanorse Spicer)
Oceanside's Abby Veilleux (12). (Photo by: Holly Vanorse Spicer)
Oceanside's Haylie Witham (6) and Abby Veilleux. (Photo by: Holly Vanorse Spicer)
Oceanside's Molly Gould (15). (Photo by: Holly Vanorse Spicer)
Oceanside's Raechel Joyce. (Photo by: Holly Vanorse Spicer)
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