Busline League student-athletes have been pushing forward at a steady pace over the past week, with an abundance of soccer contests on tap throughout the Midcoast.

The following is a recap of reported boys, girls and coed soccer results from recent contests.

Middle school coaches are encouraged to report results to the VillageSoup sports department by e-mailing sports@villagesoup.com or by calling 594-4401.

Girls soccer

At Waldoboro Monday, Medomak Middle School fell to Camden-Rockport Middle School 1-0. Riverhawk coach Tom McClean said his young athletes played tough, but also missed on several scoring opportunities due to the inclement weather. Olivia Ryan was in net for the hosts. Coach McClean siad Olivia Ryan played well in goal, while Sophie Cohen and Lexi Genthner made several charges toward the goal usin¬† give-and-go passes. Cece Luce’s “outstanding effort near the end of the contest” gave the Riverhawks several more chances to score.

At Thomaston Sept. 24, Rockland District Middle School won its first game of the season 1-0 over Thomaston Grammar School. Brianna Dugan had the lone goal of the game for the Eagles. RDMS goalie Jordan Carpenther also stopped a penalty shot in net against Clipper Makenna Brooks.

“The girls played so well and worked together,” said RDMS coach Rachel Campbell. “It felt great to get our first win and I hope our team continues to work hard. It’s very rewarding when you see how hard the girls work in games and practices and then you see them finally win a game. It was great motivation for all of us and I hope we can keep this determination in future games.”

Boys soccer

At Waldoboro Monday, Medomak Middle School earned a 2-1 win over visiting Camden-Rockport Middle School. Jamie Temple scored off a pass from Vinny Garland, while Temple scored again later in the game off a corner kick by teammate Sam Morrill. Zach Starr made many key saves in net for the Riverhawks to help preserve the win. Kienan Brown scored for the Schooners with three minutes remaining in regulation.

Coed soccer

At Hope Monday, the host Hawks picked up a 6-1 victory over visiting Camden-Rockport Middle School, as goals were scored by Bill Bracher, with an assist from Caitlin McGrath; Louis Laurita, on an assist from Ella Scott; Kelsey Merrill, on an assist from Julian Starbird; Starbird, off a corner from Louis Laurita; and two goals by Joah Welt, both with assists from Bill Bracher. Kyle Winchenbach scored the lone goal for the Schooners on a pass from Alex Foster.

“I have been proud of the way this squad battles every game, there is simply no quit in this team,” Schooner coach Ian McKenzie said. “They have worked hard and improved every time they are on the field.”

On Sept. 25, Hope beat Vinalhaven 3-0. Goals were scored by Max Pushaw, with an assist from the Joah Welt; Ella Scott, with an assist by Joah Welt; and Caitlin McGrath off a rebound.

At Hope Sept. 24, host Hope shut out visiting Appleton 5-0, as Mark McCluskey, Casey Rouleau, Bill Bracher, Julian Starbird and Joah Welt all creased the net for the Hawks, while Bracher and Tristan Fong each had assists in the victory.

At Appleton Sept. 22, the host Wildcats were blanked by visiting Hope 5-0. Will Davee notched a pair of goals for the hosts, while Julian Starbird, Louis Laurita and Bill Bracher also creased the nets for the Hawks.

At Vinalhaven Sept. 24, St. George scored three goals in each half en route to a 6-2 victory over the Vikings. Scoring first-half goals were Paige Tyler, Chyanne Montgomery and Lily Vachon, while Philip Atwood, Courtney Simmons and Kayden Lavoise tallied goals in the second half. Lavoise and Atwood each spent time in the goal for the Dragons.

At Lincolnville Sept. 24, Lincolnville Central School bested visiting Camden-Rockport 5-0. Leading the Lynx on offense were Nick Czuchra (2 goals), Morgan Mercier (2 goals), Josh Pitcarin (4 assists), Emma Guthienz (goal) and Annie Young (assist).

VillageSoup sports staff can be reached by phone at 207-594-4401 or by e-mail at sports@villagesoup.com.