The Midcoast was alive with the sounds of soccer balls being kicked and field hockey and golf balls being whacked as many local high school teams earned convincing victories, including the Camden Hills and Belfast boys and Medomak Valley and Georges Valley girls soccer teams, as well as the Camden Hills field hockey squad and Belfast golfers.

Boys soccer

Camden Hills 8, Lincoln Academy 0 … At Rockport, the Windjammers scored eight goals in a game for the third time this season as they shut out the visiting Eagles of Newcastle.

Yani Stancioff had a goal and two assists to lead the Windjammers, while Andrew Flanagan also booted in a pair for the hosts. Also getting in on the offensive action were Malcolm Steele (goal, 3 assists), Sam Predham (goal), Andy Stevick (goal, assist), Joey Bartlett (goal), Peter Vannorsdall (2 assists) and Peter Bryant (assist).

Ian Cushing made two saves in net for the Windjammers, while Kyle Scherer made four saves for the Eagles. Camden Hills outshout Lincoln Academy 12-8 and held a 5-1 advantage in corner kicks.

Camden Hills (6-0-1, 29.9439 points) is second in the Maine Principals’ Association Heal Point Standings for Eastern Class B. Presque Isle (6-0-1, 30.9439 points) is first in the 18-team region.

Belfast 9, Gardiner 2 … At Belfast, with six players creasing the net, the host Lions came out strong to beat the Tigers. “The match was a physical match, played with intensity,” said Belfast coach Carl Violette. “The score really didn’t reflect the challenges both teams faced.”

For the Lions, Scott Kulikowski, Jeremiah Kahn and Tyler Baker each scored two goals, while Yanni Rakis, Windham Veeveart and Carson Beck each scored a goal. Ike Palmer and Jeff McAuslin scored for Gardiner.

Belfast goalie Eric Gaulin made 11 saves and Gardiner keeper Kaleb Smith 15 stops.

The Lions held a whopping 31-13 edge in shots.

The Lions took an early lead with two goals. One from Kulikowski with a Rakis assist at 35:05 and the other by Kahn with help from Yasif Al-Matrouk with 4:54 to go.

In the first half, coach Violette said the Lions tried to meet team goals they could not reach. However, by the second half, they came out ablaze.

“Consistency has been our focus this year, and so far we are attaining a good portion of it,” Violette said. He credited his seniors, who he said “have made major contributions throughout this game and season.”

The Lions scored seven of their goals in the final stanza. Gardiner opened the scoring around four minutes into the second half with Palmer’s goal and the Tigers would not score again until McAuslin’s goal 16 minutes later.

The Lions, however, pounded away at Gardiner’s defense. Kahn scored with 35:48 left and Rakis tallied another off a penalty kick about three minutes later.

Kulikowski tallied his second goal, assisted by Al-Matrouk, with 17:26 to go. Baker then scored with an assist by Veeveart at 13:51 and Veeveart took his turn at scoring with 11:44 remaining.

Baker scored again with 2:40 left and Beck finished the game with a goal in the final minute.

Belfast (5-1, 13.9286 points) is fifth in Eastern Class B. Presque Isle (6-0-1, 30.9439 points) is first in the 18-team region.

Maranacook 1, Mount View 0 … At Thorndike, the Mustangs had nearly 70 minutes to get the game-tying score, but could not crease the net and fell by a single goal.

Henry Lanphear scored the lone goal for the Black Bears of Readfield (6-0-1) with 29:55 remaining in the first half. The goal came on a deflection off a corner kick that Lanphear scored on from about five yards away.

Chris Montminy made four saves for Mount View, as did Sam Nielson for Maranacook. The Mustangs edged the Black Bears 7-6 in shots, while the visitors held a 3-1 edge in corner kicks.

Mount View (2-3-1, 6.5689 points) is 11th in Eastern Class B. Presque Isle (6-0-1, 30.9439 points) is first in the 18-team region.

Maine Central Institute 2, Medomak Valley 1 … At Pittsfield, the Panthers were doubled up by the host Huskies and fell by one goal.

Chris Morrill scored with 35:11 remaining in the first half on an assist by Brandon Soper for Medomak Valley, while Brandon Blaisdell scored later in the first half to tie the score and Chris Bordeaux notched the game-winner with 13:49 remaining for the Huskies.

Keeper Robbie Griffin made 10 saves for the Panthers, while goalie Matthew Lessard turned away seven shots for the Huskies.

MCI led 7-6 in shots, while the Panthers held a 5-3 edge in corner kicks.

Medomak Valley (1-5, 0.7143 points) is 15th in Eastern Class B. Presque Isle (6-0-1, 30.9439 points) is first in the 18-team region.

Monmouth Academy 3, Georges Valley 2 … At Monmouth, the Mustangs upended the Buccaneers and earned a one-goal victory. Nick Trenholm, Kyle Fletcher and Russell Neil scored for the host Mustangs, while Drew Townsend and Alex Wallace both creased the nets for the Buccaneers.

Georges Valley outshot Monmouth 19-16, while the Mustangs held a 3-1 edge in corner kicks. Tyler Gilson had 12 saves to lead Georges Valley in goal.

Georges Valley (1-5, 1.7857 points) is 14th in Western Class C. Wiscasset (6-0, 22.4490 points) is first in the 15-team region.

Girls soccer

Medomak Valley 4, Maine Central Institute 1 … At Waldoboro, the Panthers earned their fourth win in six games as they cruised past the Huskies.

Emily Leach, Julie Ennamorati and Heidi Obuchon each had a goal and an assist in the win for Medomak Valley, while Maria Ennamorati (goal) and Brooke Benedict (assist) also got in on the offensive action for the hosts.

Brooke Stoots had the lone score for the Huskies.

Leach had the game’s first score with 30:40 left in the first half, while Julie Ennamorati scored on a cross from Obuchon with 1:38 gone in the second half. Obuchon then got in on the action with a goal on assists from Benedict and Leach with 30:23 remaining, while Maria Ennamorati scored on an assist by her sister Julie Ennamorati with 27:40 remaining to round out the Panther scoring.

Goalie Amanda Hendrickson-Belloguet made three saves for the Panthers, while keeper Picabo Morrel had six saves for the Huskies. Medomak Valley outshot MCI 10-4.

Medomak Valley (4-2, 8.9286 points) is ninth in Eastern Class B. Caribou (6-0-1, 36.4158 points) is first in the 18-team region.

Georges Valley 6, Monmouth Academy 1 … At Monmouth, the Buccaneers continued their impressive unbeaten streak with a rout of the Mustangs. Jessie Veilleux had a pair of goals in the win for Georges Valley, while Jill Bradbury added another. The Bucs also had assists from Erika Brooks, Jaime Brooks and Rosemary McGeady.

Kelsie Hilton made 22 saves in net for Monmouth Academy, while keeper Kennadi Grover made four saves for Georges Valley. The Buccaneers outshot the Mustangs 28-5 and held a 7-0 advantage in corner kicks.

Georges Valley (6-0, 18.6990 points) is second in Western Class C. St. Dominic of Lewiston (6-0, 23.3418 points) is the top team in the 15-team region.

Camden Hills 7, Lincoln Academy 1 … At Newcastle, the Windjammers dominated the host Eagles and came away with a convincing victory.

After Lincoln Academy scored off a corner kick in the game’s first two minutes, the Windjammers scored seven unanswered goals as they dominated play over the game’s final 78 minutes.

Jackay Richards and Melanie Vangel each notched a pair of goals for the ‘Jammers, while Christine Forcillo, Erin Pierce and Caroline Matteo also added goals in the win. Matteo and Vangel each contributed assists for Camden Hills. Goalie Lindsay Bumbalo had five saves in net for the ‘Jammers.

Camden Hills (6-1-0, 35.7143 points) is second in Eastern Class B. Caribou (6-0-1, 36.4158 points) is first in the 18-team region.

Nokomis 4, Rockland 0 … At Newport, the Tigers could not crease the net against the host Warriors and fell by four goals.

Brynn Cardozo had a goal and an assist for Nokomis, while Emily Bailey, Sierra Fortin and Natasha Howard also scored for the hosts. Goalie Danessa MacDonald made five saves for the Tigers, while keeper Emilee Reynolds made three saves for the Warriors. Nokomis outshot Rockland 20-5.

Rockland (1-5-1, 1.1607 points) is ninth in Eastern Class B. Caribou (6-0-1, 36.4158 points) is first in the 18-team region.

Maranacook 7, Mount View 0 … At Readfield, Amanda Findlay, Hannah Clough, Katie Dore and Maddie Nazer were among the Black Bear goal scorers, while the names of the other three scorers were unavailable.

Goalie Amanda Larrabee made 22 saves for the ‘Stangs, while Katie Smith had four saves for the Black Bears. Maranacook outshot Mount View 25-5 and held a 6-3 edge in corner kicks.

Mount View (0-6, no points) is 18th (last) in Eastern Class B. Caribou (6-0-1, 36, 4158 points) is first in the 18-team region.

George Stevens Academy 3, Searsport 0 … At Blue Hill, the Eagles soared past the Vikings and prevailed in a shutout victory. Emily Lowell and Anna Clapp both scored for GSA. The hosts outshot the visitors 11-6.

“The girls played very hard today,” said Searsport coach Seth Brown. “It was a strong effort by our team today. We had two solid chances in the first half to go up a goal. I am very proud of the girls and the progress they are making.”

Searsport (1-5, 1.6484 points) is 12th in Eastern Class C. Fort Kent (6-1-1, 49.8724 points) is first in the 19-team region.

Field hockey

Camden Hills 7, Oak Hill 0 … At Rockport, the Windjammers won their first game in four tries and got their third shutout win of the season as they prevailed by a lopsided seven goals.

Taylor Porter and Shani Morris each scored two goals for the ‘Jammers, while Katherine Johanson and Charlotte Lemar each had a goal and an assist in the win. Sarah Nason turned away all four shots she faced in the cage for Camden Hills, while Ashley Ward made 14 saves on 23 shots for the Raiders.

Camden Hills (4-3, 9.8225) is ninth in Eastern Class B. John Bapst of Bangor (7-0, 34.0051 points) is first in the 14-team region.

Nokomis 4, Rockland/Georges Valley 0 … At Newport, the visitors could not penetrate the stingy Warrior defense and fell in a shutout loss.

Leah Edmondson had a two goals and an assist to lead Nokomis, while Jordin McGinnis added a pair of goals and Marissa Shaw and Taylor Lovely both one assist.

Ciara Smalley was busy in the cage for RDHS/GVHS, turning away 27 shots. Nokomis outshot Rockland//Georges Valley 39-2, with Warrior goalie Maria Adams making two saves.

Rockland/Georges Valley (2-4, 1.5385 points) is 11th in Eastern Class B. John Bapst of Bangor (7-0, 34.0051 points) is first in the 14-team region.

Golf

Belfast 9, Mount View 0 … At the Country View Golf Club in Brooks, the Lions (6-2) blanked the host Mustangs (0-8) and continued to surge to the league playoffs. Belfast’s Stephen Simmons (36) was the medalist, shooting 36 for nine holes. Belfast’s top four golfers outshot Mount View 163-205.

The individual results, with Lions listed first, were: Jamie Jackson (37) defeated Colby Blanchard (39); Simmons (36) bested Eric Larrabee (44); Dustin Howes (49) defeated Zack Holman (60); Tyler McDevitt (45) upended Dan Muther (62); Tim Sticht (45) defeated Dash Albright (62); and Jordan Luther (48) beat Montana Maynard (70).

In junior varsity action, Jack Smith (48) defeated Joel Poulin (65) and Grant Starrett (59) defeated Owen Freeman (66).

Lincoln Academy 9, Rockland 0 … At the Wawenock Golf Club, the Eagles (8-0) continued their dominance of Kennebec Valley Athletic Conference Class B foes with another victory, this time over the Tigers (3-5). Lincoln Academy’s Malcolm Oliver shot a 36 to earn medalist honors. The Eagles’ top four golfers defeated the Tigers 153-188.

The individual results, with Tigers listed first, were: Reilly Flanagan (42) lost to Oliver (36); Cam Clement (42) fell to Seward Matel (37); Connor Clement (53) was defeated by Steve Quinlan (38); Jordan Carter (55) fell to Goran Johanson (44); Parker Spear fell to Jalen Lincoln (42); and Anthony Dayboch (67) lost to Kelsey Leeman (47).

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