Tuesday was a far cry from a full slate of games, but the Midcoast high school soccer scene is about to pick back up after a lull in the action over the past week.

With the postseason around the corner, there were three games on tap Tuesday, with the undefeated Georges Valley girls the lone local squad to taste victory.

This season has proven to be business as usual for the Buccaneers in what will be their final year on the pitch before consolidating with Rockland District High School next fall, having shutouts in 11 of 12 games thus far and outscoring opponents by a whopping 48-1 margin.

The defending state Class C champs are hoping to keep the run going though the regular season and hopefully, another deep journey into the Western Class C playoffs.

Girls soccer

Georges Valley 4, Hall-Dale 0 … At Thomaston, the Bucs continued their impressive play and prevailed in another shutout victory. Erika Brooks, Katlyn Rich, Jill Bradbury and Rosemary McGeady all scored for the winners, while Jessie Veilleux had a pair of assists for the Bucs.

Goalie Kennadi Grover made 10 saves for Georges Valley, while Anais Trueman turned away eight shots for the Bulldogs of Farmindagle. The Bucs outshot the Bulldogs 12-10 and held a 6-3 edge in corner kicks.

Georges Valley (9-0-1, 62.8189 points) is fourth in Western Class C, while St. Dominic of Lewiston (11-0-1, 81.3138 points) is first in the 17-team region. Of note, Tuesday’s win against Hall-Dale, along with a victory over Winthrop Oct. 5, have yet to be calculated for the Bucs in the latest Maine Principals’ Association Heal Point Standings for Western Class C.

Calvary Chapel 3, Searsport 2 … At Searsport, the host Vikings were nipped by the visiting Sabres.

Shannon Higgins and Libby Lane each creased the net for the Vikings, while Bree Grant and Dana Cook both chipped in with assists. Jacqueline Veilleux, Katelyn Downs and Hope Downs all scored for Calvary Chapel, while Jessica Owens added an assist.

Keeper Allison Brooks had four saves for SDHS, while goalie Megan Warman made 10 stops. Searsport led 18-7 in shots, while Calvary Chapel held an 8-5 edge in corner kicks.

Searsport (2-9-2, 18.9511 points) is 11th in Eastern Class C, while Fort Kent (9-2-1, 99.8724 points) is first in the 19-team region.

Boys soccer

Calvary Chapel 10, Islesboro 1 … At Orrington, the visiting Eagles had their wings clipped by the host Sabres as they fell by a whopping nine goals. Max Mahan scored the lone goal for the Eagles in the second half on a penalty kick. Seven different players scored for host Calvary Chapel.

Islesboro (8-4, 32.5367 points) is fifth in Western Class D, while Greenville (9-2-2, 73.5034) is first in the 10-team region.

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