High school soccer fields throughout the Midcoast and other parts of the state remained plenty busy in recent days, including over the weekend, as a boatload of area teams searched for midseason victories on the pitch.

Camden Hills’ Finlay Fitch (8) and Mount Ararat’s Brady Merrill (21), among others, at the goalmouth. Photo by Ken Waltz

The following is a recap of reported results:


Brunswick 1, Camden Hills 0

At Rockport Sept. 24, the Dragons scored a goal off a corner kick with 8.3 seconds to play to pull out the dramatic win and hand the Windjammers their first loss.

“It was a fast-and-physical game with both teams hitting the post and crossbar multiple times,” said Windjammer coach Ryan Hurley.

Brunswick held a 12-11 edge in shots, while Camden Hills led 5-4 in corner kicks.

Brady LaForge (6 saves) for Brunswick and Brian Leonard (4 saves) for Camden Hills made several key saves to keep their teams in the game.

Gardiner 2, Oceanside 0

At Gardiner Sept. 24, the Mariners played the host Tigers tough as Oceanside begins to get players back from injury and illness.

At 22:54 of the first half, Connor Fairservice broke through the box after Mariner goalie Taygen McAllister made a superb save and Fairservice followed it up with a score.

At 17:53 of the second half, Casey Paul converted a penalty kick to make it 2-0.

“We had numerous chances, but had no luck getting one through,” said Oceanside coach Travis Doughty.

Mount View 5, Nokomis 2

At Thorndike Sept. 21, the host Mustangs eased past the Warriors of Newport with another solid offensive effort.

The Mustangs scored three first-half goals and added two more in the second to record the victory.

Noah Hurd earned a hat trick with three goals, while Victor Ahlefeld and Tyler Russell added one score for the hosts. Hurd, Wyatt Evensen, Russell and Tanner Oathout added assists for Mount View.

Isaac Widmer played in net for Mount View.

Nokomis got second-half goals from Connor Sides. Dylan Souza played in goal for the Warriors.

Waterville 4, Belfast 0

At Waterville Sept. 21, the host Purple Panthers eased past the Lions en route to the comfortable win.

Garrett Gendreau scored two goals, while Ethan Goodrich and Simeon Zeimetz added one for Waterville, which tallied two goals in each half.

The Purple Panthers held a 21-10 edge in shots and 2-1 advantage in corner kicks.

Jeremiah Porter made seven saves in goal for Belfast and Cole Buzakas four saves in net for the hosts.

Medomak Valley 2, Morse 1

At Bath Sept. 20, the Panthers emerged with a one-goal victory over the Shipbuilders. The sides were scoreless after 40 minutes.

Vishal Mellor netted goals for Medomak Valley, while Slavik Moody and Bruce Bossow logged assists.

The Panthers held an 8-7 edge in shots.

Eli Pluecker had six saves in goal for Medomak Valley, as did Trace McFarland in net for Morse.

Camden Hills’ Jordan Peasley, left, and Mount Ararat’s Ewan Alexander. Photo by Ken Waltz

Camden Hills 1, Mount Ararat 1 (2OTs)

At Rockport Sept. 20, the Windjammers and Eagles settled for a stalemate after two 40-minute halves and two five-minute overtimes. Mount Ararat held a 1-0 halftime edge.

Quinn Riordan scored the equalizer late in the second half for Camden Hills, while Brady Merrill scored early in the contest for Mount Ararat.

Camden Hills’ Cam Brown. Photo by Ken Waltz

Brian Leonard made five saves in net for the Windjammers, while Jacob Fullerton made eight saves in goal for the Eagles.

Camden Hills held a 12-6 advantage in shots, while the opponents attempted three corner kicks.

“The boys showed a lot of resilience tonight to come back and really take it to [Mount] Ararat for long stretches of the game,” said Camden Hills coach Ryan Hurley. “I think we learned a lot tonight and will only continue to use these experiences to better ourselves and get ready for the next challenge.”

Camden Hills’ Avery Hackett. Photo by Ken Waltz

Searsport 4, Jonesport-Beals 3

At Jonesport Sept. 20, the Vikings netted three unanswered goals and bested the host Royals. Jonesport-Beals held a 3-1 edge at halftime.

Thanakorn Taenglek led the Vikings with a two-goal effort, while Tim Smith and Cole Ellis added scores for the visitors.

Lincoln Academy 3, Oceanside 0

At Thomaston Sept. 20, the Eagles blanked the host Mariners.

Pablo Duran scored a pair of goals for Lincoln Academy — one of which was awarded to him after an Oceanside own-goal — while Jake Masters also scored for the visitors and Nick Archer added one assist.

Harrison Garcia and Taygan McAllister split time in goal for the Mariners, while the Eagles held a 5-2 advantage in corner kicks.

Winslow 13, Belfast 1

At Belfast Sept. 20, the Black Raiders went on the offensive — and then some — in a lopsided win over the Lions.

Joe Lemon scored the lone goal for Belfast, while Andrew Poulin (7 goals), Lucas Boucher (2 goals), Braden Laramee (2 goals), Joey Richards (goal) and Tyler Nadeau (goal) paced Winslow.

The Black Raiders held a 29-7 advantage in shots and 5-0 edge in corner kicks.

Minh Ha made nine saves in net for Belfast and Brady Poulin four saves in goal for Winslow.


Gardiner 2, Oceanside 1

At Thomaston Sept. 24, the Mariners played their second home game in two days, this time in a loss to the Tigers.

Ava Philbrook scored for the hosts and Jillian Barnard made 13 saves in net.

For Gardiner, Corinne Vasvary and Lydia Gero tallied goals, while Taylor Takatsy made 14 stops in net.

Oceanside led 10-8 in shots and Gardiner 5-1 in corner kicks.

Brunswick 1, Camden Hills 0

At Rockport Sept. 24, the visiting Dragons pulled out a hard-fought one-goal victory.

Both teams had six shots on goal and one corner kick.

Maddy Tohanczyn played in net for the Windjammers.

Mount View 2, Nokomis 1

At Newport Sept. 21, the Mustangs made a two-goal advantage hold up en route to a win over the host Warriors.

Emily Richards tallied two goals for Mount View, one on an assist from Jasmine Herrera, in the 53rd and 58th minutes of the second half.

Sydney King scored in the 62nd minute for Nokomis.

Jordan VonOesen (5 saves on 7 shots) for Mount View and Abigail Carron (7 saves on 15 shots) for Nokomis toiled in goal.

“This was a big win for us to move us back into the playoffs,” said Mustang coach David Page. “We controlled the game throughout and came away with some valuable points — excellent team win.”

Belfast 1, Waterville 1 (2OTs)

At Belfast Sept. 21, the host Lions and visiting Purple Panthers played to a stalemate, as Waterville scored in the first half and Belfast answered with the equalizer in the second.

Natalie Hamlin scored with 6:01 left in the second half for Belfast, while Sadie Williams tallied a goal at 31:06 of the first half for Waterville.

Waterville held a 10-7 edge in shots and Belfast an 8-6 advantage in corner kicks.

Morgan Curtis made nine saves in net for the Lions and Alexis Van Der Westhuyzen six stops in goal for the Purple Panthers.

Camden Hills 5, Mount Ararat 1

At Topsham Sept. 20, the Windjammers got four of their five goals on the night from Britta Denny as they grounded the host Eagles. Camden Hills held a 1-0 edge at halftime.

Rose Tohanczyn also scored for Camden Hills and added an assist, while Amelia Johnson added two assists and Denny and Leah Snyder one. Brooklyn Choate scored the lone goal for Mount Ararat.

The Windjammers outshot the Eagles 22-5, while the hosts held a 7-4 edge in corner kicks.

Maddy Tohanczyn made five saves in net for the Windjammers.

Medomak Valley 2, Morse 0

At Bath Sept. 20, the Panthers netted a pair of first-half scores, which was more than enough to prowl past the host Shipbuilders.

Scarlett Flint and Sara Nelson creased the net in the win for Medomak Valley, while Audrey Jackson and Haley Chandler logged assists.

The Panthers held a 13-8 advantage in shots, 3-0 edge in corner kicks and 7-5 advantage in direct kicks.

Addison McCormick made five saves in net for the visitors and Riley Walters five saves in goal for the hosts.

Lincoln Academy 3, Oceanside 1

At Newcastle Sept. 20, the Eagles scored the first two goals and emerged victorious by the same margin. Lincoln Academy led 2-1 after 40 minutes.

Marley Lebel netted two goals and Catarina Johnson one score for Lincoln Academy, while Oceanside got a goal from Audrey Mackie and assist from Ava Philbrook.

Lincoln Academy held a 19-15 edge in shots and 7-4 advantage in corner kicks.

Jillian Barnard made 16 saves in net for the Mariners, while Jillian Chadwick made 11 saves in goal for the Eagles.

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