Early-season high school soccer action for Midcoast teams continued on Tuesday and Wednesday, Sept. 7-8 as Medomak Valley, Camden Hills and Oceanside squads were in action on the pitch.

On Tuesday, the Windjammer boys netted a 3-1 road win over Mount Blue of Farmington, while the Panther girls prevailed over Gardiner 3-0 at home. Meanwhile, the Panther boys dropped a hard-fought, 2-1 loss to the Tigers on the road.

Oceanside’s Audrey Mackie. Photo by Mark Haskell

On Wednesday, the Windjammer girls earned a 1-0 home win over the Cougars and Mariner boys a 1-0 road win over Morse of Bath, while the Shipbuilder girls defeated the Mariners 2-0 in Thomaston.

The following is a recap of reported results:

Boys soccer

Oceanside 1, Morse 0

At Bath Sept. 8, the Mariners tallied the lone goal of the game midway through the first half from Melvin Sermeno, off an assist from Alex Bartlett, and bested the host Shipbuilders.

Oceanside coach Travis Doughty said the game was won by the defense, led by keeper Isaiah Meklin and Liam Porter. He added Blaine Poland, Clay White and Hunter Monroe also provided notable contributions in the victory.

“I was really impressed tonight by my defensive effort and it showed leading to zero goals [for the Shipbuilders], but our offense could not get going on the turf field,” Doughty said. “The ball was a lot faster and it was pretty hot out today. I think our conditioning played a role in our performance, but I’m happy to get my first varsity victory and we will move on and get better every day.”

Camden Hills’ Sydney Stone. Photo by Holly Vanorse Spicer

Camden Hills 3, Mount Blue 1

At Farmington Sept. 7, the Windjammers had 20 shots on goal in the first half and sailed past the host Cougars. The game was scoreless at halftime.

Ben Schenk scored on a penalty kick early in the second half — one of his two goals on the day — while Avery Hackett added one goal and Jackson Fitch and Sam Brownawell an assist.

Quincy Messer started the game in net before a collision forced him from the game and Henry Pharris played the rest of the contest. Camden Hills held a 34-2 edge in shots and 12-2 advantage in corner kicks.

“Tonight was a great effort from everyone,” said Camden Hills coach Ryan Hurley. “It was nice to get some coveted Heal Points and, overall, I thought we played well. We stayed composed after missing lots of opportunities in the first half and were able to grind out a win. This is the toughest schedule we’ve ever had and each game is huge. It was great to get a win away from home. We have very little time to rest and savor the victory with only one day to prepare for another away matchup against Bangor which is always a tough game.”

James Stinson made 12 saves in net for Mount Blue.

Oceanside’s Ava Philbrook. Photo by Mark Haskell

Gardiner 2, Medomak Valley 1

At Gardiner Sept. 7, the Tigers got the game-winning goal early in the second half and prowled past the Panthers. The game was knotted 1-1 at halftime.

Addison Mellor scored for Medomak Valley on a penalty kick early in the first half, while Cam Lasselle scored off a header late in the half before Casey Paul netted the game-winner off a direct kick with 34:25 remaining.

Medomak Valley held an 11-7 edge in shots, while the opponents attempted five corner kicks.

Eli Pluecker made five saves in net for the Panthers and Sean Doyle 10 stops in goal for the Tigers.

Girls soccer

Camden Hills 1, Mount Blue 0

At Rockport Sept. 8, the Windjammers got a goal from Britta Denny, off an assist from Sydney Stone — off a corner kick — and emerged with the victory. Denny’s goal came with 8.4 seconds left in the first half.

Camden Hills’ Kara Andrews. Photo by Holly Vanorse Spicer

Camden Hills outshot Morse 17-0 and held a 4-0 edge in corner kicks.

Maddy Tohanczyn earned the shutout in goal for the hosts.

Morse 2, Oceanside 0

At Thomaston Sept. 8, the Shipbuilders got a goal in both halves and broke down the host Mariners.

Shaelyn Brochu had a first-half goal for Morse, while Macie Shiers scored off a deflection from about 20 yards out to provide the Shipbuilders with a much-needed insurance goal.

Jillian Barnard minded the net for the host Mariners.

Medomak Valley 3, Gardiner 0

At Waldoboro Sept. 7, the Panthers defended their home field with a shutout win over the Tigers. Medomak Valley led 2-0 at halftime.

Kytana Williamson scored two first-half goals for the hosts, while Annie Vannoy added an insurance goal in the second half.

Medomak Valley held a 21-6 edge in shots and 6-1 advantage in corner kicks.

Addison McCormick made five saves in net for the Panthers, while Loreli Mason finished with 17 stops in goal for the Tigers.

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