The Georges Valley girls soccer team is off to its typically strong start yet again in 2010 and the Buccaneers appear to be well on their way to another successful campaign.

That fact was reaffirmed Tuesday afternoon in Thomaston, when the Buccaneers came up big yet again and pulled out a shutout victory over visiting Winthrop.

The Bucs were the only Midcoast soccer squad to taste victory Tuesday, with the Vinalhaven boys and girls squads falling to Winthrop and the Searsport girls dropping its home contest to Deer Isle-Stonington.

The Islesboro coed team was scheduled to be in action Tuesday, but the game was postponed due to inclement weather. No makeup date has been set.

Information from the Vinalhaven contests with Richmond will be added to this story when it becomes available.

Georges Valley 6, Winthrop 0 … At Thomaston, the Buccaneers continued their dominance on the pitch and received consistent play across the board in a shutout victory over the Ramblers (0-4).

Jessie Veilleux had two goals and an assist for the Bucs, while Katlyn Rich also added a pair of goals and Jaime Brooks a goal and an assist. Also getting into the offensive mode for Georges Valley were Jill Bradbury (goal), Erika Brooks (assist), Rosemary McGeady (assist) and Arianna Morris (assist).

Brooks and Rich each notched goals in the first half, with Brooks scoring at 33:53 and Rich at 5:20, respectively. Bradbury got the scoring started one minute into the second half on a pass from Veilleux, while Rich scored about 17 minutes later before Veilleux booted in her two scores.

Keeper Kennadi Grover had five saves on five shots in net for Georges Valley, while goalie Danielle Pease made 20 saves on 26 shots for Winthrop. The Bucss also held a 5-0 advantage in corner kicks.

The Bucs (4-0, 3.8520 points), who have outscored opponents 16-0 in four games, are fourth the latest Maine Principals’ Association Heal Point Standings for Western Class C. Carrabec of North Anson (1-2-1, 4.9745 points) is first in the 17-team region.

The Buccaneers have had an incredible run of success for well over a decade and had gone 65 games through five regular seasons without tasting defeat before the streak was broken on October 10, 2008 with a 2-1 loss to Mt. Abram of Strong.

Prior to that loss, the Bucs had not lost a regular season game since Sept. 8, 2004, which was a 1-0 loss against Wiscasset.

Since their loss to the Roadrunners, the Bucs have not lost in 19 straight regular season contests. They defeated Hall-Dale 3-0 to end the 2008 regular season, went 12-0-2 in the regular season last year en route to the state crown and are 4-0 thus far during their 2010 campaign.

Deer Isle-Stonington 6, Searsport 2 … At Searsport, the Vikings could not right the ship against the Mariners as the hosts fell by a four-goal margin. Bree Grant scored both goals for the Vikings, while Britnie Jones (hat trick), Paige Rollins (goal) and Julie Hutchins (goal) led the DIS offense.

The Mariners outshout the Vikings 31-15, while Searsport held a 3-0 edge in corner kicks.

The Vikings (1-3, 1.6484 points) are fifth in Eastern Class C. Fort Kent (4-1-1, 32.3980 points) is first in the 19-team region.

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