A Waldo County rivalry renewed on the pitch highlighted area play on the high school soccer fields on Tuesday, Sept. 13 as Mount View and Belfast experienced the full gamut of results.

The Mustang boys defended their home field with a 4-1 win over the Lions, while the Lion and Mustang girls battled to a 2-2, double-overtime tie in Belfast.

Camden Hills’ Rose Tohanczyn (25) in a corral of Broncos. Photo by Ken Waltz

Additionally, Searsport split with Temple Academy of Waterville, while the Islesboro boys earned a victory over Chop Point of Woolwich and Medomak Valley boys fell to Maranacook of Readfield.

On Wednesday, Sept. 14, the host Medomak Valley girls came out on the short end of a 5-1 loss against Maranacook of Readfield, while Islesboro netted a 4-1 win over Greater Portland Christian on Thursday, Sept. 15.

Islesboro’s Blake Zlotkowski, front. Photo by Mark Haskell

On Friday, Sept. 16, the Camden Hills girls sailed past visiting Hampden Academy 8-0, as did the boys with a 5-0 win over the Broncos.

The action continued on Saturday, Sept. 17 as Oceanside split with Erskine Academy of South China, while Vinalhaven, Mount View and Searsport dropped games to Richmond, Maine Central Institute of Pittsfield and Bangor Christian.

The following is a recap of reported results:

Girls

Oceanside 1, Erskine Academy 0

At South China Sept. 17, the Mariners were able to keep the hosts off the scoreboard and sailed to a one-goal win.

Ava Philbrook scored the lone goal of the game, off an assist from Audrey Mackie, with 8:23 to go in the first half.

The Mariners held a 16-7 edge in shots, while the Eagles collected a 4-2 advantage in penalty corners.

Jillian Barnard made 13 saves in goal for Oceanside, while Sophia Pilotte made 12 saves in net for Erskine Academy.

Bangor Christian 6, Searsport 1

At Bangor Sept. 17, the Vikings could not stop offensive juggernaut Grace Lewis, who pumped in five goals in a lopsided win for the Patriots.

Lily Nadeau netted the lone goal for Searsport, which also let in an own-goal in the loss for the visitors.

Bangor Christian doubled up Searsport 34-17 in shots.

Josh Brogdon made 25 saves in net for the Vikings, while Abigail Brown made nine saves in goal for the Patriots.

Maine Central Institute 8, Mount View 0

At Pittsfield Sept. 17, the Huskies were on the prowl in a lopsided win over the Mustangs.

Emma Burr and Olivia Varney scored thrice in the win for MCI, while Alyssa Ardry and Abbie McCarron had one goal and Amya Braley, Charlotte Hands and Julia de Oliveira Novaleas added assists.

Camden Hills 8, Hampden Academy 0

At Rockport Sept. 16, Britta Denny’s four goals buoyed another strong offensive performance from the host Windjammers en route to a lopsided victory over the Broncos. Camden Hills led 3-0 at halftime.

Camden Hills’ Izzy Debrosky (12) and Hampden Academy player on the move for the ball. Photo by Ken Waltz

Denny tallied four goals and Sydney Stone, Kara Andrews and Izzy Debrosky and Rose Tohanczyn one. Rose Tohanczyn also contributed three assists, Andrews and Leah Snyder two and Denny and Stone one.

Maddy Thohanczyn made three saves in goal for the Windjammers, who finished with 18 shots and 11 corner kicks.

The Broncos had three shots.

Maranacook 5, Medomak Valley 1

At Waldoboro Sept. 14, the Black Bears pumped in five first-half goals and quickly distanced themselves from the Panthers en route to victory.

Scarlett Flint scored the lone goal for Medomak Valley, off an assist from Haley Chandler, while the Black Bear offense was keyed by Natalie Mohlar (3 goals), Phoebe Bell (2 goals), Addie Watson (goal) and Lily Caban (assist).

Lily Christ, playing her first game in goal, made six saves for Medomak Valley, while Kaleigh Kubicki made 11 saves in net for Maranacook.

The Panthers held a 24-20 advantage in shots and Black Bears 6-1 edge in corner kicks.

As Mount View players watch from the bench, teammate Madison Roux (7) battles Belfast’s Morgan Tolliver (6) and Esme Dechamps. Photo by Ken Waltz

Mount View 2, Belfast 2 (2OTs)

At Belfast Sept. 13, the Mustangs and Lions battled to a stalemate after two 40-minute halves and two five-minute overtimes. Mount View held a 1-0 edge at halftime.

Emily Richards netted a goal and assisted on Ava Nickerson’s score to pace the Mount View offense, while Morgan Tolliver and Natalie Hamlin scored for Belfast and Ariana Evans added one assist.

Belfast’s Cora Littlefield, left, and Mount View’s Brooke Dyer. Photo by Ken Waltz

Jordan VonOesen made six saves on 11 shots in goal for the Mustangs and Morgan Curtis four saves on nine shots for the Lions.

“It was a typical Mount View-Belfast game,” said Mount View coach David Page. “Physical, high intensity, end to end. Although we were looking to come out with a win in this one, in the end it was a fair result.”

Islesboro’s Dylan fuller, front. Photo by Mark Haskell

Temple Academy 3, Searsport 0

At Searsport Sept. 13, the Bereans bested the Vikings on SDHS’ home field.

Dixie Szabo scored twice for Temple Academy, while Sophia Isgro added one score.

The Bereans held a 29-9 advantage in shots.

Josh Brogdon made 26 saves in goal for the Vikings, while Karissa Dewitt made four saves in net for the Bereans.

Islesboro’s Nathan Waldron. Photo by Mark Haskell

Boys

Maine Central Institute 2, Mount View 1

At Pittsfield Sept. 17, the Huskies penned in the Mustangs and emerged with a one-goal victory. The game was scoreless at halftime.

Mauro Soares and Zane Dean scored for MCI, off assists from Brady Rogers and Hudson Holmstrom, while Noah Hurd scored the lone goal, unassisted, for Mount View.

Isaac Widmer made eight saves in goal for the Mustangs and Cole Allen nine stops in net for the Huskies.

Mount View outshot MCI 15-11 and held a 6-5 edge in corner kicks.

Erskine Academy 4, Oceanside 0

At South China Sept. 17, the Eagles blanked the Mariners and emerged victorious in their homecoming contest. Erskine Academy held a 2-0 edge after 40 minutes.

Holden McKenney netted three goals in the win for the hosts, while Gabe Pelletier also converted a score for Erskine Academy.

Mariner coach Travis Doughty, in search of an offensive spark, pulled goalie Harrison Garcia in the final 15 minutes of play down 2-0, which directly led to two more Eagle scores in the game’s waning minutes.

Oceanside was down three starters due to a myriad of circumstances.

“I thought for missing key guys we played well,” said Doughty. “The score didn’t really reflect the game because I used Harry to try to get some scoring where he’s a threat in the field also. We are young, but we are in every game. Our goal is to make the playoffs and I believe the best is yet to come.”

Bangor Christian 9, Searsport 1

At Bangor Sept. 17, the Patriots took an early lead and netted a lopsided win over the Vikings.

Tim Smith scored the lone goal for Searsport, while Bangor Christian was paced on offense by Luke Gorczok (3 goals), Jalen Reed (3 goals), Conrad Straubel (2 goals) and Isaiah Jackson (goal).

Ravon Carbisiero made 26 saves in net for the Vikings, while Colton White made 14 saves in goal for the Patriots.

Camden Hills 5, Hampden Academy 0

At Hampden Sept. 16, the Windjammers sailed to a shutout win over the host Broncos. Camden Hills led 2-0 at halftime.

The Camden Hills offense was keyed by Jasper Hackett (2 goals), Roan Aldridge-Peacock (goal), Will Eggena (goal) and Cam Brown (goal), while Brian Leonard earned the shutout in net for the visitors.

Islesboro 4, Greater Portland Christian 1

At Northport Sept. 15, the Eagles soared to a three-goal victory over the Lions at Point Lookout.

Matt Britton, Harper Conover, Blake Zlotkowski and Nathan Waldron creased the net in the win for the islanders, while Robert Conover minded the net for Islesboro.

Mount View 4, Belfast 1

At Thorndike Sept. 13, the Mustangs galloped past the rival Lions. Mount View led 2-1 after 40 minutes.

Tyler Russell collected a hat trick in the win for the ‘Stangs, while Noah Hurd added one goal and Wyatt Evensen, Ryan Oliver and Levi Winslow an assist. Lincoln Outerbridge scored the lone goal for the Lions.

Mount View’s Noah Hurd, front, and Wyatt Evensen. Photo by Ken Waltz

Mount View held an 11-5 edge in shots and 6-0 advantage in corner kicks.

Isaac Widmer made four saves in goals for the hosts, while Brogan McAvoy made seven stops in net for the visitors.

Belfast’s Miles Tolliver (30), along with, from left, Mount View’s Russell Tyler, Anthony Lepore and Nicholas Cobb. Photo by Ken Waltz

Maranacook 5, Medomak Valley 3

At Readfield Sept. 13, the Black Bears bested the Panthers by two scores. Maranacook held a 2-0 edge at halftime.

Juan Carlson, Vishal Mellor and Nevan Power netted goals for Medomak Valley, while Dima Cheesman and Slavic Moody logged assists. Jacob Nisby pumped in four goals for Maranacook, while Seth Dunphy added one.

The Black Bears held a 15-8 edge in shots.

Eli Pluecker made 10 saves in net for the Panthers, while Micah Sealsberry turned away five shots in goal for the Black Bears.

Searsport 7, Temple Academy 1

At Searsport Sept. 13, the Vikings bested the Bereans by a lopsided six-goal margin. Searsport led 5-1 at halftime.

Gage Ellis found the net four times in the winning effort for Searsport, while Tim Smith, Cole Ellis and Thanakorn Taenglek added one goal. Ellis added three assists, while Smith and Sean Paige chipped in one. Addison Frank scored the lone goal for Temple Academy.

Ravon Carbisiero and Paige split time in goal for Searsport and combined to make seven saves on 10 shots, while Hunter Bussell made 23 saves on 39 shots in net for Temple Academy.

Belfast’s Brigham Graf first loses and then puts his cleat back on during play. Photo by Ken Waltz

Islesboro 6, Chop Point 0

At Woolwich Sept. 13, the Eagles soared past the Blue Bears and prevailed in their first game of the campaign. Islesboro led 3-0 at halftime.

Harper Conover netted a hat trick in the win for Islesboro, while Matt Britton added two scores and Reagan Field one.

Robert Conover made seven saves and earned the shutout in net for the Eagles.

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