It was a busy week on the pitch for Midcoast high school soccer teams, which began on Tuesday, Sept. 21, as Camden Hills of Rockport, Medomak Valley of Waldoboro and Oceanside of Rockland were action — and a majority of them nailed down victories.

On the boys side, the Windjammers netted a 4-1 win over Mount Ararat of Topsham, Panthers bested Morse of Bath 6-1 and Mariners lost 4-0 to Lincoln Academy of Newcastle.

On the girls side against the same schools, the Windjammers earned a 1-0 win over the Eagles, Panthers 3-1 decision over the Shipbuilders and Mariners lost 7-0 to the Eagles.

Vinalhaven was scheduled to play at Temple Academy of Waterville, but the game was postponed as the Bereans are in COVID-19 protocol.

The action continued on Thursday, Sept. 23 with a pair of wins for the Windjammers as the girls netted a 9-1 home victory and boys a 2-0 road triumph, both over Edward Little of Auburn.

Additionally, the Oceanside boys dropped a 4-1 decision to Gardiner on Friday, Sept. 24, while on Saturday, Sept. 25, the Panther boys netted a 3-0 win over Lincoln Academy of Newcastle and girls a 5-0 win over the Eagles.

The following is a recap of reported results:

Boys

Medomak Valley 3, Lincoln Academy 0

At Newcastle Sept. 25, the Panthers took advantage of the heavy rain in the second half — as they netted all their goals in the final 40 minutes — and prowled past the Eagles. The game was scoreless at halftime.

Mohamedi Ngido netted two goals for Medomak Valley, while Noah Ludwig added one goal and Will Cheesman and Jake Bickmore one assist.

The Panthers led 19-2 in shots and 3-1 in corner kicks.

Eli Pluecker made two saves in goal for the visitors and Isaac Thompson 12 saves in net for the hosts.

Gardiner 4, Oceanside 1

At Thomaston Sept. 24, the Tigers netted a three-goal win over the host Mariners. Gardiner led 2-0 at halftime.

Landyn Benner had the lone goal for the Mariners, off an assist by Melvin Sermeno with 16:37 left in the game, but the Tigers scored on a free kick minutes later and had a late insurance goal with 38 seconds to play. The Mariners also had a goal waived off late in the second half.

Oceanside coach Travis Doughty said Friday’s game was the first time his squad had put together a full 80 minutes on the pitch in the regular season.

“Gardiner is a tough team and we played them really tough,” the coach said. “The score doesn’t reflect the game played. We really gambled in the final two minutes to score and they got a easy goal with 38 [seconds] left. The goal that was called off was a killer for us. We were controlling the game and I’ve never seen an offsides on a throw but those are the breaks. We had many opportunities and didn’t execute.”

Casey Paul (2 goals), Jackson Bourdreaux (goal) and Braden Dirogi (goal, assist) led the Winslow offense.

Camden Hills 2, Edward Little 0

At Auburn Sept. 23, the Windjammers netted a two-goal victory over the Red Eddies in a showdown of top teams in the Kennebec Valley Athletic Conference Class A ranks. Camden Hills held a 1-0 lead at halftime.

Lucas Moody scored, off an assist from a Charlie Pons corner kick, in the first half to pace Camden Hills, while Ben Schenk added a late insurance goal, assisted by Evan Constantine.

Henry Pharris made four saves on six shots in net for the Windjammers, while Eli St. Laurent made eight saves on 16 shots in goal for the Red Eddies.

The visitors held a 6-4 edge in corner kicks.

“I’m unbelievably proud of the effort the boys put in today on just one day of rest,” said Camden Hills coach Ryan Hurley. “We are a young team, but we are hungry and we are playing hard together. It was great to get a clean sheet today and to play a 5-1 team at their field and come away with a bunch of Heal Points. There is a lot of soccer left to be played in this season, but we are excited about where we are at thus far.”

Camden Hills 4, Mount Ararat 1

At Rockport Sept. 21, the Windjammers sailed past the visiting Eagles. Camden Hills held a 3-1 edge at halftime.

The Windjammer offense was led by Roan Aldridge-Peacock (2 goals), Charlie Pons (goal, assist), Charlie Brownawell (goal) and Emmett Marshall (assist).

Ryan Sokoloski netted the goal for the Eagles.

“I was extremely proud of the way we played today,” said Camden Hills coach Ryan Hurley. “The boys put in a total team effort from back to front and executed our style of play very well. Mount Ararat is going to win a lot of games and that should boost our Heal Points quite a bit. We have a return leg with them in a couple of weeks which will surely be incredibly challenging. They are well-coached and I’m sure coach [Jack] Rioux will have them more than ready when we head to the new turf at Topsham on Oct. 5. This was a great start to a tough week. Next, we head to 5-1 Edward Little [of Auburn] who will no doubt be up for what looks like another big game.”

Camden Hills held a 15-5 edge in shots, while the opponents attempted five corner kicks.

Henry Pharris made four saves in net for the Windjammers and Jason Fullerton seven stops in goal for the Eagles.

Pons found Aldridge-Peacock for a goal from close range to start the scoring and found the net himself moments later from just inside the 18-yard line.

While Sololoski got the Eagles on the board on a ball Pharris got his hands on but still found the inside of the net, Brownawell scored less than a minute later to give Camden Hills a 3-1 halftime edge.

Aldridge-Peacock rounded out the scoring in the second half with his second goal of the contest.

Medomak Valley 6, Morse 1

At Bath Sept. 21, the Panthers continued their strong start to the campaign with a triumph over the Shipbuilders. Medomak Valley led 1-0 at halftime.

The Panther scoring was led by Addison Mellor (goal, 2 assists), Mohamedi Ngido (2 goals), Zan Nguyen (assist), Jake Bickmore (goal), Gavin Clark (assist), Vishal Mellor (goal) and Gavin Clark (goal).

Jay Bussey scored the goal for the Shipbuilders.

Medomak Valley held a 20-4 edge in shots and 5-0 advantage in corner kicks.

Eli Pluecker made three saves in net for the Panthers, while Quintin Webster made 10 saves in goal for the Shipbuilders.

Lincoln Academy 4, Oceanside 0

At Newcastle Sept. 21, the Eagles soared past the visiting Mariners. Lincoln Academy led 1-0 at halftime.

Levi Farrin, Jack Duncan and Jack Castonia each netted goals in the win for Lincoln Academy.

The Eagles scored off a penalty kick in the first half and gave up a second goal 16 minutes into the second. The final two goals came in the final 2:15 of the contest.

Mariner coach Travis Doughty said “It’s really unfortunate we are having these mental lapses,” but “I’m seeing huge improvement in the boys.”

“They will come together here soon,” he said. “I can see the transition. We were also down players due to Covid protocol so we had to juggle the line up. With only 13 boys suited up, half of our starters today were freshman or sophomores. By season’s end we will be hitting our stride I hope.”

Oceanside outshot Lincoln Academy 14-11 and an 8-7 edge in corner kicks.

Girls

Medomak Valley 5, Lincoln Academy 0

At Newcastle Sept. 25, the Panthers netted five goals in the second half and prowled past the host Eagles.

Sarah Nelson (goal), Annie Vannoy (2 goals, assist), Kytana Williamson (goal, assist) and Zaniah Puchalski (goal) paced the potent Panther offense.

Medomak Valley led 19-4 in shots and 8-2 in corner kicks.

Addison McCormick made one save in net for the Panthers and Paige Lafrenaye six stops in goal for the Eagles.

Camden Hills 9, Edward Little 1

At Rockport Sept. 23, the Windjammers made quick work of the visiting Red Eddies. Camden Hills led 7-0 at halftime.

The Windjammer offense was keyed by Ali Tassoni (2 goals, assist), Sydney Stone (goal, 2 assists), Ella Powers (2 goals), Britta Denny (goal, assist), Leah Snyder (goal), Brenna Mackey (goal), and Jaden Johnson (goal, assist).

Camden Hills held a 12-2 edge in shots and 4-0 advantage in corner kicks.

Maddy Tohanczyn minded the net for the Windjammers.

Medomak Valley 3, Morse 1

At Bath Sept. 21, the Panthers netted a two-goal victory over the Shipbuilders. Medomak Valley led 1-0 at halftime.

Annie Vannoy, Grace White and Kytana Williamson netted goals for the winners, while Autumn Ripley and Alyssa Creamer logged assists. Macie Shiers scored for Morse.

The Panthers held a 17-5 advantage in shots and 8-1 edge in corner kicks.

Addison McCormick minded the net for Medomak Valley.

Camden Hills 1, Mount Ararat 0

At Topsham Sept. 21, the Windjammers netted the lone goal in the second half, which was enough to ground the Eagles.

That goal came off the foot of Ali Tassoni, off an assist from Britta Denny, with roughly 11 minutes to play.

“[We] dominated play,” said Camden Hills coach Meredith Messer. “One of those games where they put a lot of people behind the ball. In the second half we generated multiple opportunities to score. Ali Tassoni’s finish was textbook go to the corner off a beautiful little pass in the box from Britta.”

The Windjammers attempted 15 shots and one corner kick. Maddy Tohanczyn made two saves in net for Camden Hills.

Camden Hills also improved their impressive unbeaten streak to 70 games over several seasons.

Lincoln Academy 7, Oceanside 0

At Thomaston Sept. 21, the Eagles took advantage of an undermanned Mariner team and netted a lopsided win. Lincoln Academy led 5-0 at halftime.

Jeannie Hunt (3 goals), Payson Kaler (2 goals), Catarina Johnson (goal) and Marley Lebel (goal) got into the scoring column for Lincoln Academy.

Madison Benner minded the net for the Mariners and Zofie Day for the Eagles.

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