The Busline League boys, girls and coed soccer seasons are well as Midcoast middle school student-athletes from Searsport District Middle School to Woolwich Middle School — and a host of other schools in between — look to keep their seasons on course and on the right and left foot.

The short regular season kicked off on Monday, Sept. 12 and is slated to conclude on Monday, Oct. 3, with the championship games tentatively planned for Saturday, Oct. 15.

Scene from Camden Hills at Medomak on Sept. 12 in Busline League middle school boys soccer in Waldoboro. Photo by Ken Waltz

To report results, coaches can send a summary of games to sports@villagesoup.com.

The following is a recap of reported results:

Girls

Medomak 6, Woolwich 1

At Woolwich Sept. 26, the Riverhawks scored in the game’s opening minute and never trailed en route to a five-goal victory. Medomak held a 3-1 edge at halftime.

The Riverhawk offense was keyed by Summer Staples (2 goals, assist), Grace Townsend (goal), Anna Cheesman (goal), Sidney Nichols (goal) and Grace Havener (goal).

Lilly Karen scored the lone goal for Woolwich.

“There was some phenomenal passing by MMS,” said Medomak coach Andrea Williamson. “Not only to feet, but many through balls and lots of team play. Defense worked hard and together the team brought home the victory.”

Medomak 7, Wiscasset 0

At Wiscasset Sept. 21, the Riverhawks blanked the hosts and soared to a lopsided win. Medomak led 5-0 at halftime.

The Riverhawks were led offensively by Grace Townsend (goal), Cali Readinger (goal), Grace Havener (goal), Rachel Barbour (2 goals), Jennika Schumann (goal), Kendall Wyman (goal) and Skyler Flint (goal).

“The entire MMS team played well with some nice foot-to-foot passing, as well as solid defense,” said Riverhawk coach Andrea Williamson. “There was a lot of communication and overlapping.  It was nice to see MMS work as a team.”

Troy Howard 5, Medomak 1

At Waldoboro Sept. 19, the Lions roared past the Riverhawks by a two-goal margin. Troy Howard held a 2-0 edge at halftime.

Stella McCarthy netted four goals in the win for Troy Howard and Claire Gilchrist one, while Grace Townsend scored for Medomak, off an assist from Grace Havener.

Scene from Searsport at Oceanside on Sept. 21 in Busline League middle school boys soccer in Thomaston. Photo by Holly Vanorse Spicer

Oceanside 10, Wiscasset 0

At Wiscasset Sept. 16, the Mariners sailed to a shutout win over the hosts. Oceanside held a 5-0 lead at halftime.

Lyla Tolman (4 goals), Marlena Gorman (2 goals), Grace Mackie (2 goals), Lorelei Parent (goal) and Hayden Slape (goal) led the offense for the Mariners, while Maran Fancher minded the net for the visitors.

Scene from Camden Hills at Medomak on Sept. 12 in Busline League middle school girls soccer in Waldoboro. Photo by Ken Waltz

Medomak 3, Oceanside 1

At Waldoboro Sept. 14, the Riverhawks soared to a two-goal victory over the Mariners. Medomak held a 1-0 edge at halftime.

Summer Staples, Grace Townsend and Anna Cheesman netted goals in the win for Medomak, while Lorelei Parent creased the net in the losing effort for Oceanside.

Scene from Camden Hills at Medomak on Sept. 12 in Busline League middle school girls soccer in Waldoboro. Photo by Ken Waltz

Abby Stackpole minded the net for the Mariners and made more than 15 saves, while Arial Castner made three saves in goal for the Riverhawks.

“Great defense was played by Rachel Barbour, Olivia Campbell, Skylar Flint and Jennika Schumann,” said Medomak coach Andrea Williamson. “Awesome midfield/forward play was done by Anna Cheesman, Summer Staples, Grace Townsend, Ivy McCollett and Grace Havener.”

Scene from Camden Hills at Medomak on Sept. 12 in Busline League middle school boys soccer in Waldoboro. Photo by Ken Waltz

Camden-Rockport 10, Medomak 0

At Waldoboro Sept. 12, the Schooners had their offense work early and often in a shutout win over the Riverhawks. Camden-Rockport led 6-0 at halftime.

Molly Williams (5 goals), Liv Domareki (goal), Rita Haslam (2 goals, assist), Gabby Martin (goal, assist) and Elsa Schwalm (goal) led the potent Camden-Rockport offense.

Ariel Castner turned away 10 shots in goal for Medomak.

“Medomak’s defense worked together and never gave up,” said Riverhawk coach Andrea Williamson. “They played till the end as well as the midfield and forwards. Everyone worked hard and each step they took they improved.”

Oceanside 19, Great Salt Bay 0

At Thomaston Sept. 12, the Mariners stretched their offensive muscles and bested the Cougars.

Lyla Tolman (5 goals), Lorelei Parent (4 goals), Marlena Gorman (4 goals), Alyson Colby (3 goals), Charlotte Stevens (2 goals) and Grace Mackie (goal) led the Oceanside offense, while Abby Stackpole got the shutout in net for the Mariners.

Boys

Medomak 10, Wiscasset 6

At Wiscasset Sept. 21, the Riverhawks emerged with a four-goal victory.

Liam Doughty pumped in five goals to lead the potent Medomak offense, while Miles Luellen and Riley Johnson each added two and Lanny Morrison one. Zach Curtis and Joe Wilcox also logged assists in the win.

Medomak coach Karen Gardiner said “Great defense was played by Landon Starr, Zach Curtis, Brayden Nadeau, Jamieson Frost and Grady Emerson,” while “Andrew Flanders played a solid game” in goal for the Riverhawks.

The visitors held a 31-15 edge in shots.

Troy Howard 2, Medomak 1

At Waldoboro Sept. 19, the Lions doubled up the Riverhawks and netted a crucial road win. The two squads were knotted 1-1 at halftime.

Liam Doughty scored the lone goal of the game for Medomak, while information on Troy Howard was unavailable.

Medomak 6, Great Salt Bay 2

At Damariscotta Sept. 16, the Riverhawks tripled the host Cougars.

Brayden Nadeau netted three goals in the win for Medomak, while Lanny Morrison (2 goals, assist), Liam Doughty (goal), Joe Wilcox (assist) and Miles Luellen (assist) also chipped in for the visitors.

Medomak held a 22-6 edge in shots.

Scene from Camden Hills at Medomak on Sept. 12 in Busline League middle school girls soccer in Waldoboro. Photo by Ken Waltz

Oceanside 16, Wiscasset 1

At Wiscasset Sept. 16, the Mariners sailed past Wiscasset and netted a lopsided win. Oceanside led 3-0 at halftime.

The Mariner offense was keyed by Thomas Geddis (7 goals), Quinn Commeau (3 goals), Lucas Novicka (3 goals), Oscar Barnes (2 goals), Nathan Walton (goal) and Nick Tripp (goal).

Barnes and Silas White split time in goal for Oceanside.

Oceanside 3, Medomak 1

At Waldoboro Sept. 14, the Mariners sailed to a two-goal win over the host ‘Hawks.

Quinn Commeau, Lukas Novicka and Nick Tripp creased the net in the win for Oceanside, while Oscar Barnes played in goal for the visitors.

Liam Doughty scored for Medomak, off an assist from Lanny Morrison. Oceanside also held a 12-8 edge in shots.

Scene from Camden Hills at Medomak on Sept. 12 in Busline League middle school boys soccer in Waldoboro. Photo by Ken Waltz

Oceanside 12, Great Salt Bay 0

At Thomaston Sept. 12, the Mariners controlled play from start to finish in a double-digit win over the Cougars.

Thomas Geddis (5 goals), Lucas Novicka (3 goals), Quinn Commeau (goal), Nathan Walton (goal), Oscar Barnes (goal) and Noku Muriro (goal) led the Mariner offense, while Barnes and Silas White combined on the shutout in goal for the hosts.

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