High school soccer

Panthers win, tie, Windjammer girls sail, Mariners swept

Midcoast pitch teams vie for late-season, playoff point-worthy wins
By Staff | Oct 09, 2019
Photo by: Holly Vanorse Spicer Medomak Valley's Abby Lash, left, and Maranacook's Katie Ide vie for the ball on Oct. 8 in high school girls soccer in Waldoboro. The Panthers beat the Black Bears of Readfield 3-2.

Win, lose or draw, it was a mixed bag on the pitch for high school soccer teams from Medomak Valley, Camden Hills and Oceanside on Tuesday, Oct. 8 as three of those five Midcoast squads are in contention for playoff spots.

The Panther boys remained unbeaten as they battled to a scoreless tie with Maranacook of Readfield, while the Panther girls netted a 3-0 home win over the Black Bears.

The Mariners fell to Morse as the boys lost 1-0 in Bath and the girls 8-0 in Thomaston, while the Windjammer girls remained unbeaten with a 5-0 victory over Skowhegan.

Watch video and see more photos below from the Medomak Valley girls game.

The following is a recap of reported results:

Boys soccer

Medomak Valley 0, Maranacook 0 (2OT)

At Readfield Oct. 8, the Panthers and Black Bears battled to a stalemate after two 40-minute halves and two five-minute overtimes.

Maranacook held a 10-9 edge in shots, while Medomak Valley held a 4-3 advantage in corner kicks.

Aiden Starr made 10 saves in goal for the Panthers, while Brayden St. Pierre made nine stops for the Black Bears.

In the Maine Principals’ Association Heal Point Standings for Class B South, Medomak Valley (9-0-1, 83.7500 points) is first in the 16-team region. The top 11 teams qualify for the playoffs.

Morse 1, Oceanside 0

At Bath Oct. 8, the Shipbuilders had only one score, but that proved enough in a shutout win of the Mariners. Morse led 1-0 at halftime.

David Brown scored the lone goal late in the first half for Morse.

The Shipbuilders held a 16-6 edge in shots and 7-3 advantage in corner kicks. Brenton Cahill made six saves in net for Morse, while Isaiah Meklin made 15 saves for Oceanside.

In the Maine Principals’ Association Heal Point Standings for Class B North, Oceanside (1-9, 1.9388 points) is 15th, while Winslow (8-2-1, 73.9031 points) is first in the 15-team region. The top 10 teams qualify for the playoffs.

Girls soccer

Camden Hills 5, Skowhegan 0

At Skowhegan Oct. 8, the Windjammers continued their season-long dominance with a shutout win over the hosts. Camden Hills led 2-0 at halftime.

Kristina Kelly netted three goals and added an assist in the win for the Windjammers, while Lexi Heidorn (goal, assist) and Ali Tassoni (goal) also chipped in for the visitors.

Camden Hills held an 8-0 edge in shots and 6-0 advantage in corner kicks. Alex Southworth minded the net for the Windjammers.

In the Maine Principals’ Association Heal Point Standings for Class A North, Camden Hills (10-0, 84.2857 points) is first in the 13-team region. The top nine teams qualify for the playoffs.

Medomak Valley 3, Maranacook 0

At Waldoboro Oct. 8, the Panthers got the ball rolling in the game’s first minute and prowled to a shutout win over the Black Bears. Medomak Valley led 3-0 at halftime.

Sadie Cohen, Autumn Ripley and Abby Lash creased the net for the winners, while Lash added two assists and Grace White one assist.

Medomak Valley held a 12-8 advantage in shots and 6-1 edge in corner kicks.

Kayla Donlin made 12 saves in net for the Panthers, while Skyler Webb made five saves for the Black Bears.

In the Maine Principals’ Association Heal Point Standings for Class B South, Medomak Valley (5-3-2, 50.6122 points) is sixth, while Cape Elizabeth (9-1, 89.8469 points) is first in the 16-team region. The top 11 teams qualify for the playoffs.

Courier Publications' sports staff can be reached by email at sports@villagesoup.com or by phone at 594-4401.

Maranacook at Medomak Valley girls soccer
Medomak Valley hosts Marnacook on Oct. 1 in high school girls soccer in Waldoboro. (Video by: Holly Vanorse Spicer)
Medomak Valley's Abby Lash, left, Grace White, middle, and Annie Vannoy. (Photo by: Holly Vanorse Spicer)
Medomak Valley's Autumn Ripley, left, and Maranacook's Grace Dwyer. (Photo by: Holly Vanorse Spicer)
Medomak Valley's Autumn Ripley. (Photo by: Holly Vanorse Spicer)
Medomak Valley's Autumn Ripley, front, and Maranacook's Kate Mohlar, back, and Grace Dwyer. (Photo by: Holly Vanorse Spicer)
Medomak Valley's Hannah Prock. (Photo by: Holly Vanorse Spicer)
Medomak Valley's Abby Lash, left, and Maranacook's Katie Ide. (Photo by: Holly Vanorse Spicer)
Medomak Valley's Annie Vannoy, front, and Zaniah Puchalski, left, as well as Maranacook's Addie Watson. (Photo by: Holly Vanorse Spicer)
Medomak Valley's Zaniah Puchalski, left, and Maranacook's Addie Watson. (Photo by: Holly Vanorse Spicer)
Medomak Valley's Annie Vannoy, left, and Zaniah Puchalski, right, as well as Maranacook's Addie Watson. (Photo by: Holly Vanorse Spicer)
Medomak Valley's Gabby Baughman. (Photo by: Holly Vanorse Spicer)
Medomak Valley's Abby Lash, left, and Grace White. (Photo by: Holly Vanorse Spicer)
From left, Medomak Valley's Abby Lash, Sadie Cohen, Grace White and Annie Vannoy. (Photo by: Holly Vanorse Spicer)
Medomak Valley's Zaniah Puchalski. (Photo by: Holly Vanorse Spicer)
Medomak Valley's Zaniah Puchalski, left, and Annie  Vannoy, right, as well as Maranacook's Kate Mohlar. (Photo by: Holly Vanorse Spicer)
Medomak Valley's Autumn Ripley. (Photo by: Holly Vanorse Spicer)
Medomak Valley's Annie Vannoy, left, and Zaniah Puchalski, back, as well as Maranacook's Kate Mohlar. (Photo by: Holly Vanorse Spicer)
Medomak Valley's Ruth Havener. (Photo by: Holly Vanorse Spicer)
Medomak Valley's Grace White, left, and Maranacook's Kate Mohlar. (Photo by: Holly Vanorse Spicer)
Medomak Valley's Gabby Baughman. (Photo by: Holly Vanorse Spicer)
Medomak Valley's Annie Vannoy, front, and Julia Kunesh. (Photo by: Holly Vanorse Spicer)
Medomak Valley's Zaniah Puchalski, left, and Maranacook's Kate Mohlar. (Photo by: Holly Vanorse Spicer)
Medomak Valley's Lizzi Swan, left, and Maranacook's Addie Watson. (Photo by: Holly Vanorse Spicer)
Medomak Valley's Gabby Baughman, front, and Kayla Donlin. (Photo by: Holly Vanorse Spicer)
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