Area high school soccer teams have been in exciting pitch action over recent days as squads from Medomak Valley of Waldoboro, Oceanside of Rockland, Mount View of Thorndike, Islesboro and Camden Hills of Rockport netted wins.

On Tuesday, Sept. 28, the Panthers defeated Belfast as the boys prevailed 8-1 in Waldoboro and girls 4-1 in Belfast, while the Mustang boys remained unbeaten with a 5-1 win over Washington Academy of East Machias.

Camden Hills’ Cam Brown. Photo by Zack Miller

The Windjammer boys also earned a 7-1 home decision over Skowhegan, while the Vinalhaven girls fell 1-0 to Pine Tree Academy of Freeport.

The action continued on Wednesday, Sept. 29 as the Windjammer boys battled Bangor to a 1-1, double-overtime tie, while Islesboro defeated host Vinalhaven 6-0.

Searsport’s Oliver Carbisiero. Photo by Mark Haskell

On Thursday, Sept. 30, the Oceanside boys defeated Belfast 2-0 and Mariner girls bested the Lions 3-0, while the Searsport boys lost to Bucksport 3-0.

On Friday, Oct. 1, the Windjammer boys netted a 2-0 win over Brunswick, while the girls fell 2-1 to the Dragons. Islesboro also bested the Vinalhaven boys 5-1, while the Vinalhaven girls lost 5-0 to Pine Tree Academy.

On Saturday, Oct. 2, the Searsport boys and girls lost 4-0 to Penobscot Valley of Howland and 6-1 to Washington Academy of East Machias.

On Monday, Sept. 27, the Mustang girls, in the midst of a bevy of makeup games after missing a significant portion of the start of the campaign due to COVID-19 protocols, came up on the short end of a 5-3 decision against the Raiders.

The following is a recap of reported results:

Girls soccer

Brunswick 2, Camden Hills 1

At Brunswick Oct. 1, the Windjammers lost their second straight game, this time against the talented Dragons. Brunswick led 1-0 at halftime.

Ella Powers scored the lone goal of the game for Camden Hills. Kynli Van Leer and Mia Kilmash each netted goals for Brunswick.

The Windjammers held a 9-4 edge in shots, while the Dragons held a 3-2 edge in corner kicks.

“We played great and worked hard,” said Camden Hills coach Meredith Messer. “We had a hard time making the last connection to get a quality shot off. We have more work to do and are in a great position halfway through the season.”

In the Maine Principals’ Association Heal Point Standings for Class A North, Camden Hills (6-2, 111.4512 points) is third, while Bangor (8-0, 225.4338 points) is first in the 12-team region.

Washington Academy 6, Searsport 1

At East Machias Oct. 2, the Raiders made quick work of the visiting Vikings.

The Washington Academy offense was paced by Ellie Claverie (2 goals), Rowen Lauring (goal), Carlota Echverribar (goal), Siobhan Duffy (goal) and Sadie Story (goal), while Kallie Boutot scored the lone goal for Searsport.

The Raiders held a 25-8 edge in shots and a 2-0 edge in corner kicks. Ana Lang made 15 saves for Searsport, while Laura Verge made two saves for Washington Academy.

In the Maine Principals’ Association Heal Point Standings for Class D South, Searsport (3-2, 59.7332 points) is third, while North Yarmouth Academy (7-0-1, 162.2917 points) is first in the 13-team region.

Oceanside 3, Belfast 0

At Thomaston Sept. 30, the Mariners got three goals from different players and bested the Lions. The game was scoreless after 40 minutes of play.

Audrey Mackie, Ava Philbrook and Martina Straka creased the net in the win for Oceanside.

Ada Curry made six saves on nine shots in net for the Lions, while Jillian Barnard made three saves on three shots in goal for the Mariners.

Oceanside also held a 5-2 edge in corner kicks.

In the Maine Principals’ Association Heal Point Standings for Class B North, Belfast (2-6, 47.2742 points) is seventh, while Oceanside (1-6, 13.5714 points) is 14th. Hermon (5-0, 138.9522 points) is first in the 15-team region.

Belfast’s Stella Collins, right, and Medomak Valley’s Autumn Ripley vie for the ball on Sept. 28 in high school girls soccer. The visiting Panthers beat the host Lions 4-0. Photo by Mark Haskell

Medomak Valley 4, Belfast 0

At Belfast Sept. 28, the Panthers pulled away from the Lions in the second half and emerged victorious. Medomak Valley led 1-0 at halftime.

Annie Vannoy pumped in two goals to lead Medomak Valley, while Sara Nelson and Julia Kunesh scored one.

Medomak Valley’s Annie Vannoy, left, and Belfast’s Ada Potter. Photo by Mark Haskell

Addison McCormick made two saves on two shots in net for the Panthers, while Ada Curry made five saves on nine shots in goal for the Lions.

Medomak Valley held a 9-0 advantage in corner kicks.

Belfast coach Brian Beaulieu said the game was “a real team effort” for his squad.

Medomak Valley’s Grace White, left, and Belfast’s Lia Frazee. Photo by Mark Haskell

“A couple of weeks ago Medomak beat us 10-0 in a very one-sided game,” he said. “They took 22 shots on goal. Last night they were held to only nine shots on goal. A huge improvement for Belfast against a very strong team. I was really pleased with effort by the lady Lions.”

In the Maine Principals’ Association Heal Point Standings for Class B South, Medomak Valley (9-1, 97.2878 points) is fourth, while Cape Elizabeth (8-0, 192.8397 points) is first in the 16-team region.

Belfast’s Adria Barrows. Photo by Mark Haskell

Pine Tree Academy 1, Vinalhaven 0

At Vinalhaven Sept. 28, the Breakers bested the islanders by one score. PTA led 1-0 at halftime.

Madison Waterman netted the lone goal for Pine Tree Academy.

Jazmyn Robishaw made 18 saves in goal for the islanders.

The Breakers led a 3-0 edge in corner kicks.

Viking coach Susan Philbrook said: “Pine Tree dominated the game, but our girls worked hard and never gave up.”

“With a young and mostly new-to-soccer team — everyone except for my seniors are new to soccer — it was a win in our book to hold them to such a low score. We travel to them on Friday for a rematch in our first away game.”

In the Maine Principals’ Association Heal Point Standings for Class D South, Vinalhaven (0-3, no points) is 11th, while North Yarmouth Academy (7-0-1, 162.2917 points) is first in the 13-team region.

Searsport’s Sean Paige.

Washington Academy 5, Mount View 3

At East Machias Sept. 27, the Raiders dug themselves out of a first-half hole and bested the Mustangs. Mount View led 2-1 at halftime.

Hannah Coolen creased the net twice for Mount View and Jasmine Herarra once, while Brook Dyer added one assist.

Cora Sanchez (2 goals), Carlota Echeverribar (goal, assist), Ellie Claverie (goal) and Edge Venuti (goal) paced the Washington Academy offense.

Giulia Ferrando made seven saves on 15 shots in goal for the Mustangs, while Virginia Austin made six saves on 15 shots for the Raiders.

Medomak Valley’s Will Cheesman, middle, and Belfast’s Liam O’Malia (11), among others. Photo by Holly Vanorse Spicer

In the Maine Principals’ Association Heal Point Standings for Class C North, Mount View (1-6, 1.4285 points) is 15th, while Bucksport (8-0, 172.9445 points) is first in the 16-team region.

Boys soccer

Islesboro 5, Vinalhaven 1

At Islesboro Oct. 1, the Eagles soared past the Vikings en route to a four-goal win.

The Eagles got goals from five different players, including Reagan Field, Toby Conover, Nathan Waldron, Harper Conover and Rio Dubois.

Robert Conover made four saves in goal for Islesboro.

In the Maine Principals’ Association Heal Point Standings for Class D South, Islesboro (4-0, 96.0715 points) is first and Vinalhaven (0-3, no points) 14th in the 14-team region.

Camden Hills 2, Skowhegan 0

At Rockport Oct. 1, the Windjammers slayed the previously undefeated Dragons and emerged with a shutout victory. Camden Hills scored both of its goals in the first half.

Charlie Pons scored off an assist from Cam Brown after receiving a pass into the penalty area and striking it into the lower corner, while Max Welt also buried a penalty kick to pace the Windjammer offense.

The Windjammers, who dominated possession, held a 16-9 advantage in shots and a 9-5 edge in corner kicks. Henry Pharris made four saves in net for Camden Hills, while Brady LaForge made five saves for Brunswick.

“Today was a great way to end the week,” said Camden Hills coach Ryan Hurley. “Playing three games in four days could have been a struggle, but our preparation for the season and fitness levels really helped us be able to perform this week. The team moved the ball well today and our defense held firm. We are looking forward to a hopefully more normal week next week with just two games and some time to recover in between.”

In the Maine Principals’ Association Heal Point Standings for Class A North, Camden Hills (6-1-1, 147.8848 points) is second, while Lewiston (8-0, 153.2518 points) is first in the 12-team region.

Bucksport 3, Searsport 0

At Searsport Sept. 30, the Golden Bucks tallied a pair of second-half insurance goals against a Viking team that had only 10 players on the field. Bucksport led 1-0 at halftime.

Kai Brown, Jason Terrill and Evan Donnell netted goals for the Golden Bucks, the latter of which came as the final horn sounded.

Josh Wright minded the net for Searsport and Colin Simpson was in goal for Bucksport.

Searsport’s Eli Law. Photo by Mark Haskell

In the Maine Principals’ Association Heal Point Standings for Class D South, Searsport (3-6, 37.2090 points) is ninth, while Islesboro (4-0, 90.0000 points) is first in the 14-team region.

Oceanside 2, Belfast 0

At Belfast Sept. 30, the Mariners sailed past the host Lions.

Dylan Benner and Alex Bartlett creased the net in the win for Oceanside, while Blade Poland and Melvin Sermeno logged assists.

Belfast’s Ronin Deschamps, left, and Oceanside’s Dylan Benner. Photo by Mark Haskell

Oceanside held a 6-2 edge in shots and 4-2 advantage in corner kicks.

Elias Howard made two saves in net for the Lions and Isaiah Meklin six stops in goal for the Mariners.

Oceanside’s Liam Porter, right, and Belfast’s Jeremiah Porter. Photo by Mark Haskell

In the Maine Principals’ Association Heal Point Standings for Class B North, Oceanside (2-7, 16.1727 points) is ninth and Belfast (3-6, 22.7936 points) eighth. Presque Isle (5-0-1, 180.5713 points) is first in the 15-team region.

Camden Hills 1, Bangor 1 (2OT)

At Bangor Sept. 29, the Windjammers and Rams battled for 90 minutes before settling on a stalemate. The teams were knotted 1-1 at halftime with goals coming within two minutes of each other early in the match.

Eli Herzog scored in the 13th minute for Bangor, while Elijah Stone scored in the 15th minute to knot the score, off an assist from Sam Brownawell, for Camden Hills.

The Rams held a 14-11 edge in shots and 8-5 advantage in corner kicks.

Eben Wieslogel made five saves in his varsity debut in net for Camden Hills, while Trey Bourassa made four saves in goal for Bangor.

“Today was definitely a challenge to drive up to Bangor and try and perform after playing a full game against Skowhegan the day before,” said Camden Hills coach Ryan Hurley. “We lost our first- and second-string goalies due to collisions in the Skowhegan game and Eben Wieslogel stepped in and really performed well in his first varsity start in a challenging situation.

“For almost all of our players it was their first ‘under the lights in Bangor’ experience and they performed really well. Coach [Don] Erb really had his players ready to play today and it was a battle of two top teams. Although we had fewer chances on paper I felt like our chances were of better quality. There was lots of slipping and sliding as there always is at night in Bangor and that definitely didn’t help us in our attack. It doesn’t feel great to get a tie but it’s not a bad result for a young squad gaining experience.”

Islesboro 6, Vinalhaven 0

At Vinalhaven Sept. 29, the Eagles soared past the Vikings in a Midcoast island battle.

Matt Britton scored two goals to lead Islesboro — a coed squad — while Toby Conover, Harper Conover, Reggan Fields and Sam Jagger added one score. Robert Conover got the shutout in net for the Eagles.

Medomak Valley 8, Belfast 1

At Waldoboro Sept. 28, the Panthers went on the offensive in both halves and prowled past the visiting Lions. Medomak Valley led 3-1 at halftime.

The Panther offense was paced by Will Cheesman (2 goals, assist), Mohamedi Ngido (goal, assist), Addison Mellor (2 goals, assist), Zan Nguyen (2 goals), Jaiden Starr (goal), Vishal Mellor (2 assists) and Nevan Power (assist).

Medomak Valley’s Addison Mellor, right, and Belfast’s Jonah Lovejoy. Photo by Holly Vanorse Spicer

Zepherin Leppanen scored the lone goal for the Lions.

Medomak Valley led 19-8 in shots and 5-4 in corner kicks.

Medomak Valley’s Nan Nguyen, left, and Belfast’s Jonah Lovejoy. In back is Panther Gavin Clark. Photo by Holly Vanorse Spicer

Elias Howard made 10 saves in net for the Lions and Eli Pluecker seven stops in goal for the Panthers.

In the Maine Principals’ Association Heal Point Standings for Class B South, Medomak Valley (8-2, 73.4554 points) is eighth, while Erskine Academy (8-0-1, 182.1727 points) is first in the 16-team region.

Belfast’s Oliver Tarbox. Photo by Holly Vanorse Spicer

Camden Hills 7, Skowhegan 1

At Rockport Sept. 28, the Windjammers unleashed a dominant performance with a six-goal victory over the River Hawks. Camden Hills held a 3-1 edge at halftime.

Six Windjammers tallied goals and six players assisted, including Cam Brown (2 goals), Max Welt (assist), Evan Constantine (goal), Ben Schenk (goal), Sam Brownawell (assist), Jackson Fitch (goal), Avery Hackett (assist), Charlie Pons (goal), Roan Aldridge-Peacock (goal, assist) and Eric Leblond (assist).

Camden Hills’ Charles Pons, left, and Skowhegan’s Ryan Donahue. Photo by Zack Miller

Sam Steeves scored for the River Hawks.

Henry Pharris made two saves on two shots in goal for Camden Hills, while Ryan Donoghue made 15 saves on 31 shots for Skowhegan.

The hosts also held an 11-1 edge in corner kicks.

Camden Hills’ Sam Brownawell. Photo by Zack Miller

“We came out today and took care of business,” said Camden Hills coach Ryan Hurley. “It was nice to get so much balance in our attack with goals and assists coming from so many different players. Today was a good day to get lots of players involved and build some varsity experience. It was a solid performance and the effort was there. We should be in a good position to perform well again tomorrow night up in Bangor.”

Mount View 5, Washington Academy 1

At East Machias Sept. 28, the Mustangs netted four unanswered goals in the second half and bested the Raiders. The squads were tied 1-1 at halftime.

Draedyn Furrow (3 goals, assist), Tyler Russell (goal, assist) and Vern Smith (goal) netted goals for the ‘Stangs, while Bailey Wood scored the lone goal for the Raiders.

Washington Academy held a 28-26 advantage in shots.

Declan Knowlton made 16 saves in net for the Mustangs, while Emmitt Gardner made 11 saves in goal for the Raiders.

In the Maine Principals’ Association Heal Point Standings for Class C North, Mount View (9-0, 101.6242 points) is third, while Orono (7-0, 223.0315 points) is first in the 15-team region.

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