When the Medomak Valley and Mount View soccer squads met on the field Thursday afternoon in Thorndike and Waldoboro, two predictions could be made. One, that the talented Panther girls might have an advantage over the younger, more inexperienced Mustangs and that the boys contest could be a battle of attrition.

Both of those scenarios played out as the Medomak Valley girls dominated play en route to a 4-0 win in Thorndike, while the Panther and Mustang boys battled to a scoreless, double-overtime stalemate in Waldoboro.

The Medomak Valley girls (5-2, 13.2143 points) are 10th and Mount View (0-7, no points) 18th (last) in the Maine Principals’ Association Heal Point Standings for Eastern Class B. Camden Hills (7-1, 49.1071 points) is first.

The Mount View boys (2-3-2, 10.7143 points) are 10th and Medomak Valley (1-5-1, 4.4643 points) 15th in Eastern Class B. Camden Hills (7-0-1, most recent points not tabulated) first in the 18-team region.

Girls game

The Panthers kept Mustang goalie Amanda Larrabee busy and held a 17-2 edge in shots and 6-1 advantage in corner kicks.

Alanna Vose tallied two goals and Roxanne Jelenfy and Maria Ennamorati both one to pace the potent Panther offense. Jelenfy added two assists, while Vose, McKenzie Belcher, Maria Ennamorati and Kasey Benner each added one.

Vose started the scoring for the visitors with 31:36 remaining in the first half, assisted by both Belcher and Jelenfy. Vose again scored with 11:54 left in the opening half, assisted by Jelenfy. Jelenfy made it 3-0 by creasing the net with 7:44 remaining in the first half, assisted by Ennamorati and Benner.

Medomak Valley gained its final 4-0 cushion when Ennamorati scored with 29:12 left in the second half, assisted by Vose.

Mustang goalie Larrabee finished with 10 saves and Panther keeper Amanda Hendrickson two stops.

In the jayvee game, Medomak Valley won 4-0, after compiling a 24-3 edge in shots and 3-0 advantage in corner kicks.

Medomak Valley maintained control for most of the game. Brooke Benedict started the scoring with 30:27 left in the first half on an assist from Taylor Mason. Charity Hoch scored the second goal with 18:53 remaining in the opening half, assisted by Sammie Griffin. Taylor Mason completed the first-half scoring with 4:21 left, assisted by Hoch and Benedict.

Sammie Griffin scored the lone second half goal with 18:55 remaining, assisted by Taylor Simmons.

Goalies Kara Weiske had two saves and Heidi Obuchon a save in the net for the Panthers.

“The Panthers played very well, keeping possession and making excellent passes,” said coach Scott Hastings. “The fullbacks did a great job of keeping the ball up.”

Boys game

A pair of Kennebec Valley Athletic Conference Class B foes who have participated in the last two league championship games squared off in Waldoboro Thursday afternoon in hopes of earning valuable Heal Points as midseason approaches.

Both Medomak Valley and Mount View did just that — but likely not in the way each had hoped.

The Panthers and Mustangs battled tooth-and-nail for a full 80 minutes of regulation and through two five-minute overtimes and could not get anything resolved as the two teams fought to a scoreless tie. It is the lone time the two teams will face each other this season.

The game was a defensive battle, with both teams rarely allowing any quality chances on goal for their opponents. Any chances on goal were thwarted by Panther keeper Robbie Griffin and Mustang goalie Chris Montminy.

Montminy made four saves in net for Mount View, while keeper Griffin turned away nine shots for Medomak Valley. The Mustangs outshot the Panthers 19-6 and held a 5-1 advantage in corner kicks.

The Mustangs are the reigning KVAC Class B champions after defeating Camden Hills in last year’s title game, while the Panthers fell to the Windjammers in the league championship game in 2008.

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