Shutouts were the name of the game in many contests Wednesday afternoon as Midcoast high school teams hit the field for plenty of soccer action.

The Camden Hills boys delivered another shutout to an opponent, this time Oak Hill of Sabattus, as the Windjammers retained their status atop Eastern Class B. Also, the Medomak Valley girls won against Maranacook of Readfield.

However, the Belfast and Rockland boys, as well as the Rockland, Camden Hills, Belfast and Mount View girls, faced losses, several in shutout fashion.

Boys soccer

Camden Hills 4, Oak Hill 0 … At Rockport, Yani Stancioff led the Windjammers with two goals in the team’s ninth shutout game of the season. Sam Predham and Malcolm Steele also scored for Camden Hills, which has outscored foes 51-1 in nine games.

“We played a really good possession game today, stringing together numerous passes, and made good decisions with the ball,” said ‘Jammer coach Ryan Hurley. “We hope to continue improving over the coming weeks so that we are ready for the playoffs.”

Camden Hills goalie Ian Cushing did not record a save in the game. Raider goalie Tyler Pelletier made 14 saves on 18 shots. Camden Hills also had a 5-0 advantage in corner kicks.

Stancioff opened the scoring at 32:16 in the first half, with an assist from Predham. Predham played a long cross into the box from the left flank and Stancioff hit a header for the score.

Predham then added his own goal, with an assist by Zach Nelson, with 15:47 on the clock. Nelson played a low cross through the box and Predham finished it. Steele then split three defenders at 2:38 to cap the scoring for the first half.

Stancioff finished the scoring with 16:59 left in the game with a through pass from Max Mercier.

Camden Hills (9-0-1, 69.164 points) is first in the 18-team Eastern Class B region.

Winslow 2, Belfast 0 … At Belfast, Pierce Ducker and Gabe Smith scored for the the Black Raiders. Lion goalie Eric Gaulin made seven saves and the Winslow keeper, whose name was unavailable, made 11. Both teams had 13 shots and Belfast held a 2-0 lead in corner kicks.

Ducker scored with 34:59 on the clock in the second half and Smith netted his shot with 16:31 left in the second.

Belfast (5-4, 24.1071 points) is seventh in Eastern Class B, while Camden Hills (9-0-1, 69.1964) is first in the 18-team region.

Gardiner 4, Rockland 0 … At Rockland, Gardiner outpaced their rival Tigers and took out the hosts with a shutout. Gardiner held a 16-3 lead in shots and a 7-3 edge in corner kicks as well.

Rockland (1-8, 5.3571 points) is 16th in Eastern Class B, while Camden Hills (9-0-1, 69.1964 points) is first in the 18-team region.

Lincoln Academy 2, Mount View 0 … Under Mount View’s homecoming lights, the Mustangs lost to the Eagles in a shutout. Jan Taliento and Jacob Bonney scored for the winners. Taliento scored with 2:03 left in the first half and Bonney netted the ball with 16 seconds left in the game.

Keeper Chris Montminy made two saves for the Mustangs and Kyle Scherer six for the Eagles. Mount View held a 10-3 edge in shots.

Mount View (3-4-2, 17.4107 points) is 10th in Eastern Class B, while Camden Hills (9-0-1, 69.1964 points) is first in the 18-team region.

Girls soccer

Medomak Valley 5, Maranacook 1 … At Waldoboro, Alanna Vose scored two goals to lead the Panthers to victory over the Black Bears of Readfield.

For Medomak Valley, Roxanne Jelenfy and Samantha Griffin both had a goal and an assist and Emily Leach scored. Julie Ennamorati and Brooke Benedict added assists for the hosts.

Amanda Findley scored for Maranacook.

Goalie Amanda Hendrickson saved four shots for the Panthers and keeper Kate Smith stopped 16 shots for the guests.

Medomak Valley held a 26-5 lead in shots.

The Panthers (7-2, 31.0714 points) are seventh in Eastern Class B, while Camden Hills (8-2, 71.4286) is first in the 18-team region.

Oak Hill 2, Camden Hills 1 … At Sabattus, the Windjammers could not dig themselves out of a 2-0 halftime deficit and dropped their second game of the season.

Melanie Vangel scored the lone goal for the Windjammers, while Becca Belaire and Jane Marston each scored for the Raiders. Darby Beaulieu made 13 saves in net for Oak Hill, while Lindsay Bumbalo made one save for Camden Hills.

Oak Hill made the most of its scoring opportunities, converting on two of its three shots on goal. Camden Hills attempted 14 shots and held a 5-0 advantage in corner kicks.

The Windjammers are 7-0 this season against Eastern Class B foes, while they are 1-2 against Western Class B opponents. The Windjammers fell to Maranacook of Readfield 5-3 Sept. 18 and defeated Leavitt of Turner, which is currently the top seed in Western Class B, 2-1 Sept. 15.

Camden Hills (8-2-0, 71.4286 points) is first in Eastern Class B, while Caribou (8-0-1, 61.1607 points) is second — 10.2679 points behind the Windjammers.

Winslow 7, Belfast 1 … At Winslow, after trailing 3-1 at halftime, the Lions saw the game get away from them over the final 40 minutes as the Black Raiders scored four more goals.

For Winslow, Kaylee Constable (goal, 2 assists), Alliyah Veilleux (2 goals), Julie Riordan (goal), Lynsey Vigue (goal) and Sara Riordan (goal) keyed the offense. The seventh goal was an own-goal put in by the Lions.

Rachel Kahn scored for Belfast, assisted by Ashley Littlefield, and goalie Forrest Munson had 10 saves for the Lions. Keeper Elizabeth Ferry made three stops in the Black Raider goal.

Both teams generated four corner kicks.

The Lions (4-4, 15.8929 points) are 11th in Eastern Class B, while Camden Hills (8-2, 71.4286) is first in the 18-team region.

Gardiner 2, Rockland 0 … At Gardiner, Rockland faced a shutout loss against their counterpart Tigers. Gardiner had a 4-2 edge in corner kicks and a 15-6 lead in shots.

Rockland (1-7-2, 3.3929 points) is 16th in Eastern Class B, while Camden Hills (8-2, 71.4286) is first in the 18-team region.

Lincoln Academy 1, Mount View 0 (2OT) … At Newcastle, the Mustangs lost the tough battle with less than a minute remaining in double-overtime thanks to a timely shot from an Eagle, whose name was unavailable.

Lincoln Academy had 14 shots and two corner kicks, while Mount View finished with seven shots and four corner kicks.

Amanda Larrabee (10 saves) worked in the Mustang goal and Emma Lazzari (4 saves) guarded the net for the Eagles.

Mount View (0-9, no points) is 18th (last) in Eastern Class B, while Camden Hills (8-2, 71.4286) is first in the 18-team region.

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