It was a busy day, Thursday, Sept. 13, on the soccer pitch for squads throughout Knox and part of Lincoln County with teams tangling with opponents throughout the Kennebec Valley Athletic Conference Class B ranks.

It was a mixed bag of results for local squads, with the Medomak Valley boys and girls, along with the Oceanside boys squad securing wins.

The following is a recap of reported results:

Boys soccer

Oceanside 1, Morse 0

At Thomaston Sept. 13, the Mariners scored a goal early in the first half while their defense took care of the rest, as Oceanside picked up its second win of the year.

Lars Feuerlein, a German exchanged student, scored the lone goal of the game with 34:27 left in the first half for Oceanside.

Ben Caron played in net for the Mariners, while Duane Tardif played in goal for the Shipbuilders. Oceanside outshot Morse 15-5, while both teams attempted two corner kicks.

In the Maine Principals' Association Heal Point Standings for Eastern Class B, Oceanside, (2-3, 4.2857 points) is 12th, while Camden Hills (3-0-1, 16.7857 points) is first in the 18-team region. The top 12 teams qualify for the playoffs.

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Medomak Valley 2, Leavitt 1

At Turner Sept. 13, the Panthers came away with their second win in four games, as MVHS doubled up the host Hornets.

The Panthers benefited from Hornet miscues, scoring both goals on balls that ricocheted off Leavitt defenders and into their own net. Micah Williamson scored off a corner kick with 7:19 left in the first half, while Jonathan Hendrikson-Belloguet scored off a throw-in with 38:21 left in regulation.

Brandon Morrissette scored for Leavitt off a penalty kick with 6:10 remaining.

Ryan Ripley made seven saves on nine shots in net for Medomak Valley, while Ben Fullerton made eight saves on 10 shots in goal for Leavitt.

In the Maine Principals' Association Heal Point Standings for Eastern Class B, Medomak Valley 2-2, 2.5000 points) is 14th, while Camden Hills (3-0-1, 16.7857 points) is first in the 18-team region. The top 12 teams qualify for the playoffs.

Camden Hills 0, Winslow 0 (2OT)

At Winslow Sept. 13, the Windjammers outshot the Black Raiders by a considerable margin, but could not crease the net and wound up playing to a stalemate.

Camden Hills led 27-3 in shots and 10-1 in corner kicks. Marshall Spear made three saves for the 'Jammers, while Alex Berard made 14 saves for Winslow.

"I was very pleased with our effort today," said Camden Hills coach Ryan Hurley. "We played the best we have all year and it was against a quality opponent. Our younger players really stepped up and started doing the things we have been working hard on in practice. Scoring goals is the hardest part of the game and today was no exception. We generated lots of opportunities but just didn't put one away. We are headed in the right direction though and all and all a tie against Winslow is a good result."

The tie also allowed the Windjammers to continue their regular-season unbeaten streak under coach Hurley. That streak is at 32 games, with 30 wins and two ties during Hurley's two-plus seasons.

In the Maine Principals' Association Heal Point Standings for Eastern Class B, Camden Hills (3-0-1, 16.7857 points) is first in the 19-team region. The top 12 teams qualify for the playoffs.

Girls soccer

Morse 2, Oceanside 0

At Bath Sept. 13, the Mariners, down several key players due to injury and illness, dropped their first game of the season, this time to the Shipbuilders.

Oceanside coach Darryl Townsend said the Mariners were without Kim Young, Payton Billingsley, Emily Gould and Makenna Brooks for much of the match, playing some of the four "sparingly" if at all due to various ailments and illnesses.

Miracle Trimble and Ruth Nadeau tallied unassisted goals for the Shipbuilders, with Nadeau's goal coming with 1:18 left in regulation.

Kennadi Grover made 20 saves on 22 shots in goal for the Mariners, while Sadia Crosby made 16 saves on 16 shots in net for the Shipbuilders. Oceanside led 3-2 in corner kicks and 4-2 in direct kicks.

In the Maine Principals' Association Heal Point Standings for Eastern Class B, Oceanside (4-1, 18.5714 points) is third, while Presque Isle (4-1, 28.0612 points) is first in the 18-team region. The top 12 teams qualify for the playoffs.

Medomak Valley 2, Leavitt 0

At Waldoboro Sept. 13, the Panthers emerged victorious with a shutout of the Hornets of Turner.

Lexi Genthner tallied a goal and an assist for Medomak Valley, while Jordan Moore added a goal and McKenzie Belcher an assist. Amanda Hendrickson-Belloguet made 11 saves on 16 shots in net for the Panthers, while Angela Daigle made six saves on 17 shots in goal for the Hornets.

In the Maine Principals' Association Heal Point Standings for Eastern Class B, Medomak Valley (3-1, 9.6229 points) is sixth, while Presque Isle (4-1, 28.0612 points) is first in the 18-team region. The top 12 teams qualify for the playoffs.

Winslow 4, Camden Hills 0

At Rockport Sept. 13, the Black Raiders proved too tough for the Windjammers, who lost for the first time this season. Camden Hills lost despite holding a 10-5 edge in shots and taking eight corner kicks in the first 20 minutes and nine in the first half, an indication of the hosts controlling play. Rachel Pease made one save on five shots in the Windjammer goal.

Winslow scored on a penalty kick about 10 minutes into the game and the visitors led 2-0 at halftime. "The second half we played very well — possessing the ball the majority of the time -— [but] the ball didn't go in," said Windjammer coach Meredith Messer.

Devin Fitzgivens scored a pair of goals for Winslow. Alliyah Veilleux and Autumn Poulin also scored for the Black Raiders, while Myrnada Dodge had an assist and Hillary Libby made 22 saves in net to earn the win.

In the Maine Principals' Association Heal Point Standings for Eastern Class B, Camden Hills (3-1, 5.8929 points) is seventh, while Presque Isle (4-1, 28.0612 points) is first in the 18-team region. The top 12 teams qualify for the playoffs.

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