Middle school athletes, teams in top formPlenty of soccer, field hockey, cross country, golf action
Busline League middle school athletic play has been moving at a torrid pace in recent days with teams displaying midseason form with the end of the regular campaign a few weeks away.
The boys and girls soccer playoffs will begin on Thursday, Oct. 11, while coed soccer begins Tuesday, Oct. 9. The Busline League soccer championships are slated for Saturday, Oct. 20 at Point Lookout in Northport, with the coed game at 10 a.m., the boys game at noon and the girls game at 2 p.m.
Coaches can report results from soccer, field hockey, cross country, golf and football by emailing email@example.com or calling 594-4401, extension 116.
The following is a recap of recently reported results:
Camden-Rockport 2, Troy Howard 0
At Camden Sept. 27, the host Schooners scored goals in each half to shut out the Lions of Belfast. In the first half, Colby Arau tallied an unassisted goal as he put the ball past Belfast keeper Rudy Schnetzer from a 30-yard free kick.
CRMS' Maddison Jordan had three saves in goal and Troy Howard's Rudy Schnetzer eight stops in net in the first half.
The Schooners made it 2-0 on a goal by Zach Collins, assisted by Matt Morse, in the second half. Morse sent a perfect through ball to Collins, who was running into the right side of the penalty box, and Collins drilled the ball into the left corner which gave the keeper no chance to stop the shot.
CRMS' Connor Davis had two saves and Schnetzer six stops in goal during the second half.
"Camden[-Rockport] had the majority of the possession and shots, but Troy Howard hung in the game and very nearly had a goal or two," said Schooner coach Dwight Pitcairn. "Having secured three wins in a row, Troy Howard was very confident and played a good counter attacking game. We played with patience and composure with some better passing than previous games."
Medomak 1, Camden-Rockport 1 (OT)
At Waldoboro Sept. 26, the Schooners and Riverhawks battled to a stalemate.
Laken Harrington scored for MMS, on an assist from Laken Harrington. The name of the CRMS goal scorer was unavailable.
Medomak 3, Oceanside 1
At Thomaston Sept. 24, the Riverhawks came away with a two-goal victory over the host Mariners.
Zidane McMurrin creased the net twice for the winners, while Cameron Leach also scored for MMS. For Oceanside, No. 35, who name was unavailable, scored the team's lone goal.
The 'Hawks attempted seven shots in the first half and 15 more in the second.
Camden-Rockport 3, Medomak 2
At Camden Sept. 21, the Schooners got a goal from Lucas Boetsch late in the second half and held on to win over the visiting Riverhawks.
Boetsch, Andrew Gross and Simon Morin scored for Camden-Rockport, while Morin and Calvin Cameron had assists in the win.
Connor Davis made three saves in goal in the first half for Camden-Rockport, while teammate Maddison Jordan made five saves in the second half.
With about 30 seconds remaining, Boetsch scored the game-winner on a long-range shot from outside the penalty box.
"It was a very tight game that could have swung either way," said CRMS coach Dwight Pitcairn. "Both teams had plenty of chances and there were some great saves by the keepers of both teams. It was a tough loss for Medomak and a draw would have been a fair result. Lucas Boetsch scored the winner with about 30 seconds before the end of regulation. He took a long range shot from just outside the penalty box that the keeper could not handle. Ball was moving fast with spin on it. The Camden team started slow and were having trouble communicating with each other and the passing wasn’t too great, especially in the final third of the field. All credit to the players they never panicked and kept to the game plan."
Appleton 5, Lincolnville 3
At Lincolnville Sept. 26, the Wildcats bested the host Lynx by two goals.
Kieran Lydon scored two goals for Lincolnville, while Morgan Mercier added a goal and two assists in the tough-luck loss.
Information for Appleton was unavailable.
Hope 9, Nobleboro 0
At Hope Sept. 26, the Hawks soared to a convincing victory over the visiting Lions.
Joah Welt, Camren Bagnall and Daniel Peabody had two goals for Hope, while Max Pushaw had a goal and two assists; Bryce Tyler and Bella Merrill, each one goal; and Laticia Billings, one assist.
Hope 7, South Bristol 1
At South Bristol Sept. 24, the Hawks soared to a six-goal victory over the host Mariners.
Max Pushaw finished with a hat trick to lead Hope, while Macy Pushaw, Bryce Tyler, Grace Wrona and Esme Power each scored one goal for the winners.
Oceanside 8th 8, Searsport 0
At Thomaston Sept. 27, the host Mariners blanked the Vikings of Searsport, as goals were scored by Lauren Hatch, Haylie Witham, Emma Lee, Sydney Hall, Kaylee McCorrsion, Kelsey Brooks and Rachelle Thompson. "Our defense was led by Julia Barbour, Mckayla Paulsen and Sierra Beal," said Mariner coach Peter Mitchell.
Oceanside 8th 6, Searsport 0
At Thomaston Sept. 26, the host Mariners downed Troy Howard of Belfast. Oceanside goals were recorded by Kelsey Brooks, Sydney Hall, Kaylee McCorrsion, Haylie Witham and Rachelle Thompson, whose score came from about 35 yards out. The midfield was controlled by Lily McVetty, Jillian Brooks and Meredith Mitchell, said Oceanside coach Peter Mitchell.
Camden-Rockport 8th 5, Troy Howard 0
At Camden Sept. 27, CRMS shut out Troy Howard of Belfast. In a closely-fought contest, the scoring was limited to two goals by Schooner Charlotte Messer in the first half. In the second half, those hosts added three more goals, as Julia Holt, Messer and Emma Vannorsdall scored for CRMS. Izzy Gutheinz had three assists for CRMS as well as "some spectacular corner kicks," said Schooner coach Alex Arau. Ellie Spizzuco, Molly Mann and Kate Mckenna played "stellar defense" for CRMS, the coach said.
Oceanside 8th 5, Troy Howard 0
At Thomaston Sept. 21, the Mariners sailed to a shutout win over the visiting Lions.
Kaylee McCorrison and Sydney Hall both scored two goals for Oceanside, while Kelsey Brooks also creased the net. Julia Barbour and Olivia Staples "helped secure the win with some good play across the middle of the field," said Mariner coach Peter Mitchell.
Oceanside 7th 2, Boothbay 1
At Thomaston Sept. 21, the Mariners doubled up the visiting Wildcats and prevailed by one goal.
Julia Raymond and Cassidy Boynton each scored goals for Oceanside, while Julia Kurr and Mackenzie Murray added assists in the win.
The midfield play of Lauren Miller, Olivia Orff and Gabby Simmons "kept the ball in Boothbay's end of the field for a lot of the game," said Mariner coach Tara Murray.
Camden-Rockport 7, Medomak 1
At Camden Sept. 21, the Schooners had little trouble with the visiting Riverhawks and prevailed by six goals.
Charlotte Messer earned a hat trick for CRMS, while Emma Brownawell, Abby Chamberlin, Emma Vannorsdall and Emily Blackwell all scored goals for the winners.
For the 'Hawks, Alika McMurrin scored the team's lone goal.
Chelsea Ripley and Nicole Obuchon each played in net for MMS, while Emma Vannorsdall, Maddie Wickenden and Messer played in net for CRMS.
Oceanside 7th 2, Woolwich 1
At Thomaston Sept. 19, the Mariners earned a one-goal win over the visiting Wildcats.
Mackenzie Murray had a goal and an assist in the win, while Cassidy Boynton also creased the net and Casey Pine added one assist. Anna Thorbjornson made key saves in net for the Mariners, with "great defensive work from Charlotte Leparule, Gabby Simmons, Jordan Brackett and Kristina Ferguson" leading the Mariners, said coach Murray.
Oceanside 8th 9, Medomak 0
At Thomaston Sept. 19, the Mariners blanked the visiting Riverhawks and prevailed by convincing fashion.
Sydney Hall tallied five goals in the victory for Oceanside, while Haylie Witham added two goals and Lauren Hatch and Kaylee McCorrison each one.
Oceanside 7th 3, Jefferson 2
At Jefferson Sept. 17, the Mariners did just enough to earn a one-goal win over the host Chargers. Mackenzie Murray, Julia Raymond and Lauren Miller creased the net, with "great fieldwork from Molly Spencer, Emilee Clough, Cassidy Boynton and Casey Pine" playing an integral part in those goals, said coach Murray.
Camden-Rockport 3, Oceanside 2
At Rockport Sept. 26, the Schooners prevailed over the Mariners in a tightly-contested match.
The individual results, with the Schooners listed first, were: Cole Anderson beat Nathan Hersom, 5-up; Austin Charkowick beat Tucker Grindle, 1-up; Andrew Orne lost to Ryan Lawrence, 3-down; Sam Conlan beat Jackson Arnsdorf, 1-up; and Zach Door lost to Hunter Dinsmore, 4-down.
Oceanside 3, Camden-Rockport 2
At the Samoset Resort in Rockport Sept. 20, the Mariners earned a victory on the Schooners' home course.
The individual results, with Mariners listed first, were: Nathan Hersom beat James Orne; Tucker Grindle lost to Cole Anderson; Ryan Lawrence beat Austin Charkowick; Jackson Arnsdorf beat Conor O'Dwyer; and Hunter Dinsmore beat Andrew Orne.
Oceanside 2, Great Salt Bay 0
At Great Salt Bay Sept. 26, the Mariners blanked the host Cougars and prevailed by two goals.
Alexis Mazurek and Kyla Frederick scored goals in the win for Oceanside, while "Mariah Rackliff and Taylor Hamlin played strong defense supporting Lauren Hoppe in the goal," said coach Andrea Garver, who added that Madelyn Young, Erin Dugan, Leila Chammas and Amelia Campbell also played well for the visitors.
Oceanside 4, Boothbay 3
At Boothbay Sept. 24, the Mariners held on and nipped the visiting Wildcats by one goal.
Madelyn Young excelled on offense for Oceanside, scoring all four goals for the hosts, while Hoppe had seven saves in the cage and Jordan Mini and Alexis Mazurek each added assists in the win. Coach Garver said that Haley Montgomery, Payten Simmons and Kim Roman played well for Oceanside.
At Troy Howard Middle School in Belfast Sept. 20, the Schooners sailed to a pair of convincing victories over a handful of talented squads.
Camden-Rockport's Augusta Stockman won the girls race with a time of 14 minutes and 33 seconds, while Camden-Rockport's Caleb Love-Webb won the boys race in 13:41.
The boys team scores were: Camden-Rockport 40, Troy Howard 45, Lincolnville 56, Oceanside 79 and Appleton and Islesboro no score.
The girls team scores were: Camden 19, Oceanside 52, Lincolnville 79, Appleton 111 and Troy Howard and Islesboro no score.
The individual results from the girls race included: 1, Stockman, CR, 13:44.8; 2, Annika Rogers, Isl, 14:42.6; 3, Briana White-Ortiz, Oceanside, 15:15.1; 4, Sarah Spizzuoco, CR, 15:31.5; 5, Katie Morse, CR, 15:38.5; 6, Emily Kessel, CR, 15:41.5; 7, Hope Bifulco, CR, 15:55.7; 8, Bea Weinand, Oceanside, 15:56.6; 9, Eve Gutheinz, CR, 16:02.2; 10, Alli Wells, CR, 16:08.2; 11, Kristina Kelly, LCS, 16:16.2; 12, Maddie Holt, CR, 16:27.7; 13, Katie Heavey, CR, 16:43.3; 14, Kerri Ettinger, CR, 16:51.2; 15, Alexis Rozsahegi, CR, 16:59.2; 16, Eliza Brown, CR, 17:09.7; 17, Danielle Ladd, Oceanside, 17:10.7; 18, Sadie Thompson, Oceanside, 17:18.1; 19, Emily Davis, Oceanside, 17:24.6; 20, Sumir Mahonen, Oceanside, 17:29.9; 21, Grace Underhill, LCS, 17:34.9; 22, Audrey Heriz-Smith, AVS, 17:43.7; 23, Grace Olsen, CR, 17:44.8; 24, Kasey Wood, LCS, 17:49.6; 25, Audrey Clement, CR, 17:51.3; 26, Lindsey Holte, CR, 18:05.4; 27, Rose O'Brian, LCS, 18:15.6; 28, Starr Warner, TH, 18:24.9; 29, Sarah Brennan, CR, 18:35.8; 30, Hannah Walker, CR, 18:39.2; 31, Hannah Richards, TH, 18:53.3; 32, Sophie Moore, CR, 18:54.1; 33, Lily Gaul, CR; 34, Emily Morse, LCS; 35, Myia Hanson, LCS; 36, Miranda Marsh, CR; 37, Sadie Allen, CR; 38, Alley Johnson, LCS; 39, Emily Long, CR; 40, Natalie Owre, AVS; 41, Kaitlyn Kessel, CR; 42, Sophie Lau, Isl; 43, Emily Lau, Isl; 44, Vivian R. Fischer, AVS; 45, Maya Blaisdell, AVS; 46, Sierra King, Oceanside; 47, Shay Runnion-Bareford, Isl; and 48, Taylor Tremblay, AVS.
The individual results from the boys race included: 1, Love-Webb, CR, 13:41.7; 2, Kyle Wood, LCS, 14:13.1; 3, Cooper Russell, CR, 14:16.8; 4, Anthony Moore, Oceanside, 13:42.7; 5, Jack Moody, AVS, 14:51.9; 6, Ricky Smith, TH, 15:17.9; 7, Brendan Moline, TH, 15:31.9; 8, Corey Deschamps, TH, 15:34.8; 9, Sam Spectre, TH, 15:35.6; 10, Theo Penney, CR, 15:38.5; 11, Alex Spearin, AVS, 15:44.5; 12, Michael Kremin, LCS, 15:55.9; 13, Eric Andrews, LCS, 16:01.2; 14, Drew Kelly, LCS, 16:16.6; 15, Desmond C, CR, 16:20.2; 16, Liam Haining, CR, 16:28.1; 17, Noah Erskine, CR, 16:30.7; 18, Patrick Corcoran, Oceanside, 16:32.3; 19, Alex Mahar, Oceanside, 16:44.5; 20, Jacob O'Connor, Oceanside, 16:48.3; 21, Trevor Martell, TH, 16:50.7; 22, Cedar Andrus, CR, 17:03.1; 23, Nick LeClerc, 17:42.7; 24, Gal Gilat, CR, 17:48.7; 25, Ian Moraity, CR, 18:11.1; 26, Sam Moody, LCS, 18:11.4; 27, Trevor Iltis, CR, 18:18.7; 28, Tristan Black, LCS, 18:44.9; 29, Jonathan Runnion-Bareford, Isl, 19:09.9; 30, Noah Thomas, TH, 19:52.7; 31, August Gray, AVS, 19:56.3; 32, Simon O'Shea, Oceanside, 20:08.1; 33, Will Bickford, TH; 34, Nick Farris, TH; 35, Emmanuel Tung, Oceanside; 36, Thaddeus Murphy, CR; 37, Colin Stewart, AVS; 38, Billy Murrietta, LCS; 39, Jack Orestis, CR; and 40, Tyler Curtis, TH.
Some runner's times were unavailable.
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