The high school soccer season is slowly winding to a close, with many teams looking to either maintain their positions in their respective regions or ascend up the postseason ladder with a few key victories down the stretch.

Winners on the pitch in action Monday included the Mount View and Medomak Valley boys, while the Mustang girls and Panther girls fell in their respective matches. The Georges Valley and Vinalhaven girls also posted victories over the weekend in Western Maine action.

Girls soccer

Georges Valley 8, Boothbay Region 0 … At Thomaston Saturday, the Buccaneers continued their dominance of Mountain Valley Conference opponents with another shutout victory, this time over the Seahawks. Jessie Veilleux had a hat trick for the Bucs, while Rosemary McGeady (2 goals), Jill Bradbury (goal, 2 assists), Jaime Brooks (goal, assist), Erika Brooks (goal), Megan Beal (assist) and Carly Robinson (assist) also contributed offensively for the hosts.

Goalie Kennadi Grover made four saves on four shots for the Bucs, while keeper McKayla Mcfettridge made 22 saves on 30 shots. The Bucs held a 3-1 edge in corner kicks.

Georges Valley (9-0-1, 48.2908 points) is second in the Maine Principals’ Association Heal Point Standings for Western Class C, while St. Dominic (8-0, 48.7245 points) is first in the 17-team region — 0.4337 of a point ahead of the Buccaneers.

Vinalhaven 6, Valley 1 … At Vinalhaven Saturday, the Vikings cruised to a convincing victory over the host Cavaliers. Blake Reidy earned a hat trick for the Vikings, while Izza Drury netted two goals and Eliza Davidson added a goal and two assists. Whitney Vincent had the lone goal for the Cavaliers.

Keeper Karin McKenzie had 25 saves on 43 shots in net for Valley, while Alex Slivinsky and Ashley Hamilton combined for four saves on five shots for the islanders. The hosts also held a 19-1 edge in corner kicks.

Vinalhaven (3-5, 6.4015 points) is fifth in Western Class D, while Richmond (9-0, 48.7268 points) is first in the seven-team region.

Nokomis 2, Medomak Valley 1 … At Newport Monday, the Panthers could not keep up with the host Warriors and fell by a slim margin. Maria Ennamorati scored for Medomak Valley on an assist by Alanna Vose, while both of Nokomis’ goals came from the foot of Kelsie Richards, on assists from Paige Frazier and Kaylee Kershner.

Goalie Amanda Hendrickson-Belloguet made three saves in net for the Panthers, while goalie Emilee Reynolds made nine saves for the Warriors. The hosts doubled the guests in shots 10-5.

Medomak Valley (7-3, 34.6429 points) is ninth in Eastern Class B, while Camden Hills (8-2, 78.5714 points) is the top team in the 18-team region.

Gardiner 7, Mount View 0 … At Thorndike, the visiting Tigers mauled the host Mustangs in a shutout victory. Amanda Larrabee was in net for the Mustangs, turning away 16-of-27 shots. Gardiner held a 5-3 edge in corner kicks, while the hosts attempted five shots. Goal scorers for the Tigers were not available.

Mount View (0-10, no points) is 18th (last) in Eastern Class B, while Camden Hills (8-2, 78.5714 points) is the top team in the 18-team region.

Boys soccer

Mount View 2, Gardiner 0 … At Gardiner, the Mustangs tamed the host Tigers and prevailed in a shutout victory. Both Mount View goals came with time winding down in the two halves, with Dylan Turner creasing the net with 31 seconds left in the first half and Aaron Elkins scoring with 1:42 remaining in regulation. Both Mount View goals were assisted by Zoli Kertesz.

Goalie Chris Montminy made three saves for the ‘Stangs, while goalies Kaleb Smith and Ben Dickey combined for nine saves for the Tigers. Mount View outshot Gardiner 16-5 and held a 7-2 edge in corner kicks.

Mount View (4-4-2, 30.0383 points) is 11th in Eastern Class B, while Camden Hills (9-0-1, 74.5536 points) is first in the 18-team region.

Medomak Valley 4, Nokomis 0 … At Waldoboro, the Panthers controlled play for the full 80 minutes and shut out the visiting Warriors in convincing fashion. Brandon Soper creased the net twice for Medomak Valley, while Boone Olsen added a goal and an assist and Deering Genthner added a goal in the win.

Goalie Robbie Griffin made two saves for the Panthers, while keepers Thomas Batchelder and Nathan Buck combined to make four saves in net for the Warriors. Medomak Valley outshot the visitors 7-2 and held a 4-1 edge in corner kicks.

Medomak Valley (2-6-2, 16.9643 points) is 12th in Eastern Class B, while Camden Hills (9-0-1, 74.5536 points) is first in the 18-team region.

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