In a weekend that should have featured many Midcoast high school soccer squads in action, only two hit the pitch as Medomak Valley traveled to South China to face host Erskine Academy on Saturday, Sept. 11.

Each opponent emerged with a win as the Panther girls and Eagles boys netted 2-1 victories.

Camden Hills squads were scheduled to face Bangor on Friday, Sept. 10, but those games were postponed due to poor field conditions following heavy rain on Thursday, Sept. 9.

Vinalhaven teams also were scheduled to face Rangeley on Saturday, Sept. 11, but the Vikings have entered COVID-19 protocols and will be out of action until at least Monday, Sept. 20, said athletic director Sandy Nelson.

The following is a recap of reported results:

Boys soccer

Erskine Academy 2, Medomak Valley 1

At South China Sept. 11, the Panthers were doubled up on the road by the host Eagles. The game was scoreless at halftime.

Mohamedi Ngido had the lone goal for Medomak Valley, off an assist from Addison Mellor, while Brady Kirkpatrick and Holden McKenney scored for Erskine Academy and Liam Perfetto added one assist.

Eli Pluecker made five saves in goal for the Panthers and Timber Parlin nine stops in net for the Eagles.

Medomak Valley outshot Erskine Academy 10-7 and held a 2-0 edge in corner kicks.

Girls soccer

Medomak Valley 2, Erskine Academy 1

At South China Sept. 11, the Panthers earned a one-goal win over the Eagles. Medomak Valley led 1-0 at halftime.

Annie Vannoy netted both goals to pace the Panther offense, while Gabriela Sasse scored the lone goal for the Eagles.

Medomak Valley outshot Erskine Academy 13-12, while the teams attempted three corner kicks.

Sophia Pilotte made 12 saves in net for the Eagles, while Addison McCormick made 10 stops in goal for the Panthers.

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