High school soccer squads from Camden Hills of Rockport, Oceanside of Rockland and Medomak Valley of Waldoboro were embroiled in late-season pitch action on Friday and Saturday, Oct. 15-16, as only the Windjammer girls sailed to a 6-0 victory, while the other area squads fell short.

Of course, that changed on Monday, Oct. 18, as the Medomak Valley girls got back to their winning ways with a one-goal road victory over Gardiner.

Over the weekend, the Windjammer boys were bested 3-1 on the road against the Blue Devils, while the Mariner girls fell 2-1 to Gardiner. Additionally, the Medomak Valley girls lost to Erskine Academy of South China 3-1 in a home match.

Medomak Valley players, from left, Ruth Havener, Julia Kunesh, Zaniah Pulchalski, Cameron Bains, Annie Vannoy, Alyssa Creamer, Lizzi Swan and Autumn Ripley, stand with the American flag before the game. Photo by Holly Vanorse Spicer

The following is a recap of reported results:


Medomak Valley 1, Gardiner 0

At Oakland Oct. 18, the Panthers bested the Tigers on a neutral field. The game was scoreless after 40 minutes of play.

Grace White scored the lone goal with 20 minutes to go in regulation after an Autumn Ripley shot deflected off the Gardiner keeper before White cleaned up the rebound.

Medomak Valley held a 20-2 edge in shots and 5-1 advantage in corner kicks.

In the Maine Principals’ Association Heal Point Standings for Class B South, Medomak Valley (12-2, 125.0000 points) is third, while Cape Elizabeth (12-1, 172.1780 points) is first in the 16-team region.

Erskine Academy 3, Medomak Valley 1

At Waldoboro Oct. 15, the Eagles bested the Panthers and sent the hosts to only their second loss of the campaign.

Autumn Ripley scored the lone goal for Medomak Valley.

The Panthers held an 11-7 edge in shots, while the foes attempted one corner kick.

Camden Hills 6, Lewiston 0

At Rockport Oct. 15, the Windjammers sailed past the visiting Blue Devils. The goals were scored in the second half.

Camden Hills’ offense was paced by Brenna Mackey (2 goals), Jaden Johnson (goal), Britta Denny (goal, assist), Auren Teel (goal), Ali Tassoni (goal, assist), Hattie Moss (assist), Rose Tohanczyn (assist) and Kara Andrews (assist).

The Windjammers held a 9-0 edge in shots and 6-3 advantage in corner kicks.

Maddy Tohanczyn earned the shutout in net for Camden Hills.

In the Maine Principals’ Association Heal Point Standings for Class A North, Camden Hills (11-2, 146.1583 points) is second, while Bangor (13-0, 199.4550 points) is first in the 12-team region.

Gardiner 2, Oceanside 1

At Thomaston Oct. 16, the Tigers came up on the winning end of a tightly-contested game with the Mariners. Gardiner led 1-0 at halftime.

Audrey Mackie scored the goal for Oceanside, while Taylor Takatsu and Lainey Cooley creased the net for Gardiner.

Jillian Barnard minded the net for the Mariners, while Lorelei Mason played in goal for the Tigers.

In the Maine Principals’ Association Heal Point Standings for Class B North, Oceanside (2-11, 26.8638 points) is 12th, while Hermon (13-0, 160.7185 points) is first in the 15-team region.

Medomak Valley’s Cameron Bains. Photo by Holly Vanorse Spicer


Lewiston 3, Camden Hills 1

At Lewiston Oct. 16, the Windjammers scored first, but the Blue Devils netted three unanswered goals and remained undefeated on the campaign. Lewiston held a 2-1 edge at halftime. The Windjammers only losses on the season are to the Blue Devils.

Ben Schenk scored the goal for the visitors early in the first half off a header, assisted by Cam Brown, while Romano Bala and Shafi Ibrahim netted goals for the Blue Devils. Camden Hills also suffered an own-goal in the defeat.

Henry Pharris made six saves on 21 shots in net for the Windjammers, while Tanner Anctil made seven saves on 13 shots in net for the Blue Devils.

Lewiston held an 8-4 edge in corner kicks.

“It was a great game today and an incredible effort from the whole team,” said Camden Hills coach Ryan Hurley. “In the end Lewiston was a little better today. We had some unlucky moments on both sides of the ball. Hats off to them, they are a talented team.  We will no doubt learn a lot from this game and use it to better ourselves as we prepare for the playoffs. ”

In the Maine Principals’ Association Heal Point Standings for Class A North, Camden Hills (10-2-1, 152.7981 points) is second, while Lewiston (12-0-1, 182.1302 points) is first in the 12-team region.

Medomak Valley’s Lizzi Swan, middle, among others. Photo by Ken Waltz

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