The high school soccer regular campaign concluded on Tuesday, Oct. 19, as the stage is set for the postseason and the excitement of the playoffs.

On the boys side Tuesday, Medomak Valley of Waldoboro defeated Belfast 3-0, Oceanside bested Morse of Bath 3-0, Mount View of Thorndike netted a 6-2 win over Maine Central Institute of Pittsfield and Camden Hills of Rockport dropped a 4-3 decision in overtime to Brewer.

Vinalhaven’s Anastacia Simpson. Photo by Ken Waltz

On the girls side, the Windjammers bested the Witches 6-0, Mustangs lost 10-1 to the Huskies and Mariners lost 3-0 to the Shipbuilders.

Additionally on Tuesday, Oct. 19, the Vinalhaven boys tied Temple Academy 2-2 in overtime and the girls fell 4-0 to the Bereans. The Vikings also lost to Richmond on Monday, Oct. 18 as the boys fell 9-0 and girls 10-0 to the Bobcats. 

Islesboro, a coed team which participates in the Class D South boys division, bested Pine Tree Academy of Freeport 2-0 on Monday. 

Vinalhaven’s Robbie Swears. Photo by Ken Waltz

This season there will be an open tournament, said Maine Principals’ Association Executive Director Mike Burnham. The reason largely is connected to teams potentially being in a position to opt out of the regular season or postseason due to COVID-19 concerns, issues or protocols.

The final standings and playoff pairings for the postseason will be listed in a separate story.

The following is a recap of reported results:

Boys

Medomak Valley 3, Belfast 0

At Belfast Oct. 19, the Panthers netted a three-goal win over the host Lions. Medomak Valley led 2-0 at halftime.

Addison Mellor, Jaiden Starr and Jake Bickmore scored for the Panthers, while Zan Nguyen and Addison Mellor logged assists.

Medomak Valley held a 25-5 edge in shots and 7-3 advantage in corner kicks.

Eli Pluecker made five saves in net for the Panthers and Elias Howard 12 saves in goal for the Lions.

In the Maine Principals’ Association Heal Point Standings for Class B North, Belfast (5-9, 32.7041 points) is seventh, while Presque Isle (11-0-1, 147.6323 points) is first in the 15-team region.

In the Maine Principals’ Association Heal Point Standings for Class B South, Medomak Valley (12-2, 112.6529 points) is sixth, while Yarmouth (12-0-2, 189.7705 points) is first in the 16-team region.

Vinalhaven’s Anastacia Simpson, left, Jazmyn Robishaw (19) and Becca Osgood, along with Richmond’s Breonna Dufresne. Photo by Ken Waltz

Mount View 6, Maine Central Institute 2

At Thorndike Oct. 19, the Mustangs tripled up the Huskies and ended the regular season undefeated. Mount View led 4-0 at halftime.

Draedyn Furrow pumped in three goals to lead the ‘Stangs, while Noah Hurd added two and Tyler Russell one. Vern Smith and Travis Spaulding logged assists.

Aiden Singh and Carter Bubar scored for MCI.

Declan Knowlton made 10 saves in net for Mount View.

The Mustangs own a 20-game win streak, built after losing the state title game in 2019. Last year they finished 6-0 and backed that up at 14-0 this fall. The team’s last loss was state championship game to Waynflete of Portland.

In the Maine Principals’ Association Heal Point Standings for Class C North, Mount View (14-0, 128.1601 points) is third, while Orono (11-0-1, 185.2820 points) is first in the 15-team region.

Vinalhaven’s Colby Beverage. Photo by Ken Waltz

Brewer 4, Camden Hills 3 (2OT)

At Brewer Oct. 19, the Witches got the game-winner from Andrew Hodgkins and knocked off the Windjammers on a cold, blustery day. Brewer led 3-1 at halftime.

Hodgkins, Brandon Carr, Cade McKenney and Charlie Brydges scored goals for Brewer, while Charlie Pons netted two goals and Ben Schenk one for Camden Hills. Pons and Max Welt also logged assists.

Henry Pharris made seven saves on 10 shots in net for the Windjammers, while Grady Vaniestine made 11 saves on 30 shots in goal for the Witches. Camden Hills also held a 10-3 edge in corner kicks.

“Brewer was ready to play today and we didn’t get off the proverbial bus for the first time since preseason,” said Camden Hills coach Ryan Hurley. “We played well at the end of the first half and for all of the second half but, in the end, we didn’t make the plays to end the game with a win and they did. I’m optimistic that we learned a valuable lesson heading into playoffs. It’s been an amazing season so far, but we have to get healthy and everyone starts fresh next week. It’s great to be playing playoff soccer again.”

In the Maine Principals’ Association Heal Point Standings for Class A North, Camden Hills (10-3-1, 139.3877 points) is second, while Lewiston (13-0-1, 182.0407 points) is first in the 12-team region.

Vinalhaven’s Ingrid Stockman, left, and Amy Rickers. Photo by Ken Waltz

Oceanside 3, Morse 0

At Thomaston Oct. 19, the Mariners blanked the Shipbuilders to cap the regular campaign on a positive note. The game was scoreless at halftime.

The Mariner offense was led by Harrison Garcia (3 goals), Dylan Benner (2 assists) and Jace Young (assist).

Isaiah Meklin made four saves on four shots in goal for Oceanside.

“I’m really proud of my young fellas,” said Oceanside coach Travis Doughty. “They really stepped up. We beat Morse in game two 1-0 there, but we were missing three captains in Liam Porter, Noah Ross and Alex Bartlett, as well as leading scorer Melvin Sermeno. So it was nice to see that. Next year really looks promising. Now onto [the] playoffs. Don’t sleep on these boys, they might create a bad day for someone.”

In the Maine Principals’ Association Heal Point Standings for Class B North, Oceanside (3-11, 11.4285 points) is 11th, while Presque Isle (11-0-1, 147.6323 points) is first in the 15-team region.

Vinalhaven 2, Temple Academy 2 (2OT)

At Waterville Oct. 19, the Vikings and Bereans battled to a stalemate after two 40-minute halves and two five-minute overtimes.

Robbie Swears netted goals for Vinalhaven, while Tony Israel and Frank Addison creased the net for Temple Academy. The Vikings “were so close to winning with a breakaway in the last minute of double-overtime,” said coach Richard Carlsen.

Tanner Lazaro made eight saves in net for the Vikings, while the Bereans’ goalie, whose name was unavailable, made four stops. Temple Academy led 5-3 in corner kicks.

In the Maine Principals’ Association Heal Point Standings for Class D South, Vinalhaven (3-5-1, 25.1403 points) is 10th, while Islesboro (8-1, 153.2396 points) is first in the 14-team region.

Islesboro 2, Pine Tree Academy 0

At Freeport Oct. 18, the Eagles rebounded from their lone loss of the regular season and bested the Breakers. Islesboro led 2-0 at halftime.

Lake Lindelof scored for Islesboro off a penalty kick and Toby Conover also netted a goal off a free kick for the islanders.

Robert Conover earned the shutout in net for the Eagles.

In the Maine Principals’ Association Heal Point Standings for Class D South, Islesboro (8-1, 153.2396 points) is first in the 14-team region.

Girls

Maine Central Institute 10, Mount View 1

At Pittsfield Oct. 19, the Huskies completed an undefeated regular season with a lopsided win over the Mustangs. MCI led 5-0 at halftime.

Olivia Varney and Emma Burr finished with hat tricks for MCI, while Amaya Braley, Danielle Dow, Skyla Dean and Olivia Smith added one goal.

In the Maine Principals’ Association Heal Point Standings for Class C North, Mount View (4-9, 45.5497 points) is 11th, while Bucksport (13-0, 184.5298 points) is first in the 16-team region.

Vinalhaven’s Trey Goodrich. Photo by Ken Waltz

Morse 3, Oceanside 0

At Bath Oct. 19, the Shipbuilders sailed past the Mariners. Morse led 1-0 at halftime.

Edie McKay, Racey Gregg and Shealyn Brochu scored for the hosts.

In the Maine Principals’ Association Heal Point Standings for Class B North, Oceanside (2-12, 24.9450 points) is 12th, while Hermon (14-0, 165.3061 points) is first in the 15-team region.

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