It was a busy day on the pitch for Midcoast high school boys and girls soccer teams on Friday, Sept. 12 as Oceanside, Camden Hills, Medomak Valley and Vinalhaven-North Haven were in early-season action.

The Mariner boys and Windjammer girls were the lone squads to earn victories on the day, while all other area teams either tied or came up short in their respective quests for victory.

Click for photos from the Vinalhaven-North Haven at Richmond girls soccer game.

Click for photos from the Vinalhaven-North Haven at Richmond boys soccer game.

The following is a recap of reported results:

Boys soccer

Oceanside 6, Morse 0

At Morse Sept. 12, the Mariners blanked the host Shipbuilders en route to a six-goal victory.

The Mariners led 24-5 in shots and 4-1 in corner kicks. Coby Dorr and Mazlin Higbee combined to make four saves in net for Oceanside, while Alex Fernald minded the goal for Morse.

Leading the Oceanside offense were Christian Straka (2 goals), Walker Ranney (goal), Justin Robinson (goal), Kaleb Robinson (goal, assist, Nick Barrett (goal), Jimmy Strong (assist), Titus Kaewthong (assist) and Brian Haskell (assist).

Camden Hills 0, Lincoln Academy 0 (2OT)

At Newcastle Sept. 12, the Windjammers and Eagles could not find a winner and settled for a scoreless tie.

Camden Hills held a 25-8 lead in shots and a 13-6 edge in corner kicks. Adam Throne made four saves in goal for the Windjammers and Wally Morris five saves in net for the Eagles.

"Lincoln Academy defended their home turf well and after two overtimes we came out with a draw,” said Camden Hills coach Ryan Hurley. “We showed a bit of our youth in the first half but came out of the halftime break the way we wanted. Credit to Lincoln [Academy] for a solid effort. A little more consistency in our approach and some finishing practice and we should be where we want to be this time next week. We'll learn from this and regroup heading into a pivotal showdown with Erskine [Academy of South China Sept. 19."

Erskine Academy 5, Medomak Valley 1

At South China Sept. 12, the Eagles scored three goals in the final 15 minutes to pull away from the Panthers.

Micah Williamson scored for Medomak Valley, off an assist from Sam Morrill, who booted the ball into play off a corner kick. For Erskine Academy, Ryan Rodrigue (2 goals, assist), Luke Peabody (goal), Kyle Zembroski (goal), Eric Wormell (goal) and Hoang Barnett (assist) keyed the offense.

Panther coach Brian Campbell said the game got chippy in the final 15 minutes, with three yellow cards being issued, two of which were given to the hosts.

Noah Beck made 12 saves in goal for the Panthers, while Cameron Robinson made two saves late in the game for the visitors. Erskine Academy led 21-8 in shots, while Medomak Valley held a 6-5 edge in corner kicks.

Richmond 7, Vinalhaven-North Haven 0

At Richmond Sept. 12, the Bobcats blanked the islanders en route to a convincing victory.

Leading the Richmond offense were Brendan Emmons (3 goals), Matt Rines (goal, assist), Cody Tribbett (goal, assist), Nate Vendrick (goal) and Cameron Emmons (goal).

Lewis Cray made four saves in goal for the islanders.

Richmond led 22-2 in shots, 4-3 in indirect kicks, 3-1 in direct kicks and 7-0 in corner kicks.

Girls soccer

Camden Hills 3, Lincoln Academy 0

At Rockport Sept. 12, the Windjammers remained unbeaten as they bested the Eagles by three scores.

Brynn Anderson scored twice for the hosts, while Charlotte Messer (goal, assist), Emma Gutheinz (assist) and Izzy Gutheinz (assist) also chipped in for Camden Hills.

Rachel Pease made three saves on three shots in net for the Windjammers, while Miranda Achorn made eight saves on 15 shots in goal for the Eagles.

Erskine Academy 2, Medomak Valley 1 (OT)

At Waldoboro Sept. 12, the Eagles scored the game-winner three minutes into overtime as they prevailed over the Panthers.

Sophie Cohen scored for Medomak Valley, while Kaylee Porter and Avery Bond scored for Erskine Academy, off assists from Taylor Boucher and Lauren Wood.

Richmond 9, Vinalhaven-North Haven 0

At Richmond Sept. 12, the Bobcats blanked the islanders and prevailed by nine goals.

Leading the Richmond offense were Kelsea Anair (4 goals, 3 assists), Meranda Martin (2 goals, 2 assists), Amber Loon (goal), Cameryn Hurley (goal) and Autumn Acord (goal).

Gilleyane Davis-Oakes made 26 saves in a yeoman effort in goal for Vinalhaven-North Haven, while Jennifer Snedeker made two saves in net for Richmond. The hosts outshot the visitors 34-2 and led 4-1 in corner kicks.

Morse 3, Oceanside 0

At Thomaston Sept. 12, the Shipbuilders came away with a shutout win over the Mariners.

Miracle Trimble scored two goals for Morse, while Brianna Williams added a goal and Noa Sreden and Sophie Sreden each one assist.

Kalyn Grover turned away 17-of-20 shots in goal for Oceanside, while Alesha Aucoin made 16 saves on 16 shots in net for Morse. The Mariners held a 7-5 edge in corner kicks, while the Shipbuilders led 8-4 in direct kicks.

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