If there has been one constant in Midcoast high school soccer play this fall it has been that the Camden Hills boys and girls, as well as the Georges Valley girls, usually win. And sometimes they tie.

All three continued their winning ways in Tuesday’s games, while both Medomak Valley squads and the Searsport girls came up empty.

As fall starts to kick in, soccer squads matched up Tuesday to enjoy the best of warm weather and colorful folliage. At the end of the day the teams experienced mixed results.

The Camden Hills teams grabbed wins over Maine Central Institute of Pittsfield and the Georges Valley girls defeated Winthrop. However, the Medomak Valley squads and Searsport girls faced defeats.

Boys soccer

Camden Hills 7, Maine Central Institute 0 … At Pittsfield, Camden Hills dealt a hard blow to the Huskies — and record another lopsided shutout victory in the process. “We had another good day today,” said Camden Hills coach Ryan Hurley. “The boys played selflessly and finished well.”

Andrew Flanagan scored two goals for the ‘Jammers, while Yani Stancioff, Sam Vail, Vinny Kwiatkowski, Sam Predham and Evan Drinkwater each netted one.

Predham finished with an eye-catching four assists and Malcolm Steele and Stancioff one each.

Camden Hills had 14 shots and a 9-0 corner kick edge.

Keeper Ian Cushing recorded the shutout without making a save for the ‘Jammers, while three keepers combined to make seven stops for MCI.

Coach Hurley was proud of his team’s offense. “We got goals from six different players including a beautiful ‘Bernini sculpture’ of a goal from Sam Vail, who curled a 35-yard shot into the upper right corner of the net for his first varsity goal.”

Flanagan opened the scoring with a goal at 32:41 in the first half, assisted by Steele. Stancioff was close behind and, thanks to Predham’s assist, netted one three minutes later.

Vail then scored his goal with 22:58 left in the first half and Kwiatkowski scored at 8:27, assisted by Predham.

In the second half, Predham tallied his own goal, with a Stancioff assist, with 34:15 on the clock. Drinkwater then placed a shot in with 29 minutes to go, with Predham’s third assist, and Flanagan finished the scoring with 20:20 left, thanks to another Predham assist.

Camden Hills (10-0-1, 84.3750 points) is first in the Maine Principals’ Association Heal Point Standings for Eastern Class B. The region has 18 teams.

Winslow 3, Medomak Valley 0 … At Winslow, the Panthers had a hard time capitalizing as the host Black Raiders secured a three-goal shutout win.

Goalie Mackenzie Michaud made two saves for Winslow and keeper Robbie Griffin had three for Medomak Valley.

Winslow had a 3-0 lead in corner kicks and a 7-4 edge in shots on goal.

Winslow opened with a strong game and scored all its goals in the first half. Finn Ducker scored with 28:10 remaining, Nick Papsis netted his with 10:08 left, and Taylor Roy ended the offensive push with 9:17 remaining in the opening half.

Medomak Valley (2-7-2, 17.8571 points) is 12th in Eastern Class B, Camden Hills (10-0-1, 84.3750 points) is first in the 18-team region.

Girls soccer

Camden Hills 6, Maine Central Institute 0 … At Rockport, Melanie Vangel led the Windjammers with two goals as the hosts cruised past the Huskies of Pittsfield.

Julia Gowesky netted a goal and an assist for the ‘Jammers, while Erin Pierce, Mia Maddox and Cailland Sweeting each contributed a goal.

Camden Hills keeper Linsday Bombalo saved all three shots she faced and MCI’s Picabo Morrel made seven saves on 13 shots.

Camden Hills (9-2, 87.500 points) is first in the 18-team Eastern Class B region.

Georges Valley 9, Winthrop 0 … At Winthrop, Georges Valley scored early and often and record another shutout victory, this time against the host Ramblers. Jessie Veilleux finished with a hat trick to key the Buccaneers.

For the Bucs, Carly Robinson and Jill Bradbury had two goals and Rachel Frye and Kasie Waters each one. Bradbury and Erika Brooks also had two assists, while Frye and Rosemary McGeady had one.

The Bucs led 23-8 in shots, while Winthrop had 4-3 corner kick edge.

Georges Valley goalie Kennadi Grover saved all eight shots she faced and keeper Danielle Pease had 14 saves for Winthrop.

Georges Valley (9-0-1, 53.4566 points) is second in Western Class C, while St. Dominic of Lewiston (9-0, 60.4592 points) is first in the 17-team region.

Winslow 3, Medomak Valley 1 … At Waldoboro, the Panthers lost by two goals, as Alanna Vose netted the Panther goal and Alliyah Veilleux scored two goals and Kelsea Bouchard one for the Black Raiders.

Both keepers had six saves. Amanda Hendrickson was in goal for MVHS and Liz Ferry guarded the Winslow net. The Panthers held a 10-8 advantage in shots.

Medomak Valley’s goal came from Vose, assisted by Emily Leach, with 16:10 left in the first half.

Medomak Valley (7-4, 35.5357 points) is ninth in Eastern Class B, while Camden Hills (9-2, 87.500 points) is first in the 18-team division.

George Stevens Academy 4, Searsport 0 … At Searsport, Although the score was 1-0 at halftime, the hosts fell to the Eagles of Blue Hill by a shutout in the end.

Richelle Kane scored two goals for GSA, while Anna Clapp and Charlotte Reiter each tallied one. Abby Nowland and Katie Gray each had an assist.

The Eagles held a 12-7 lead in shots and Searsport goalie Allison Brooks made seven saves.

Searsport (2-8-1, 7.2900 points) is 13th in Eastern Class C, while Fort Kent (8-1-1, 74.4898 points) is first in the 19-team region.

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