The end of the boys and girls soccer regular season was scheduled for Tuesday, with a handful of Midcoast squads playing their final games.

Medomak Valley and Camden Hills squared off in each team’s regular-season finale on the boys and girls side, while the Belfast and Nokomis boys and girls teams also took the field for the final time during the regular season.

The Georges Valley girls traveled to Lisbon for their final game of the regular season, looking to cap an undefeated season.

There have been a handful of games over the past few days leading up to the final day of the regular season, such as the Camden Hills girls continuing their strong run in Eastern Class B with an 11-0 victory over Mount View of Thorndike Saturday.

The Vinalhaven girls soccer team pulled out a win and a tie over the weekend in their final games of the regular season at Buckfield, while the Viking boys earned a loss and a tie in their final games of the regular season against the Bucks. The Islesboro coed soccer team also salvaged a 2-2 tie against Greater Portland Christian.

Rockland boys and girls soccer also lost its final games of the regular season at home Monday against Lincoln Academy of Newcastle, while the Georges Valley boys soccer team also wrapped up their season in style with a 3-1 win over Lisbon.

Girls soccer

Camden Hills 11, Mount View 0 At Thorndike Saturday, the Windjammers proved why they are one of the best teams in Eastern Class B and exploded offensively in a statement game prior to the start of the postseason. Freshman Melanie Vangel continued her sensational start to her high school career, exploding for an unprecedented seven goals in the victory. That is a single-game school record for goals.

Also chipping in offensively for the Windjammers were Kristina Alex (goal, assist), Lexi Doudera (goal, assist), Erin Pierce (goal) and Caroline Matteo (goal). Lindsay Bumbalo saved all three shots she faced in net for the ‘Jammers, while her teammates attempted 27 shots on goal.

Camden Hills (11-2, 109.6429 points) is third in the Maine Principals’ Association Heal Point Standings for Eastern Class B, while Mount View 0-14, no points) is 18th (last). Caribou (11-2-1, 142.9209 points) is first in the 18-team region.

Lincoln Academy 2, Rockland 0 … At Rockland Monday, the Tigers could not overtake the Eagles in their final game of the season and fell by two goals. Carly Erskine and Katherine Bolster each creased the net for Lincoln Academy.

Rockland (1-11-2, 5.1786 points) is 16th in Eastern Class B. Caribou (11-2-1, 142.9209 points) is first in the 18-team region.

Boys soccer

Georges Valley 3, Lisbon 1 … At Lisbon Monday, the Buccaneers prevailed in their final game in this history of the program with a two-goal triumph over the Greyhounds. Drew Townsend had two goals for the Bucs, while Kyle Robinson added another for the visitors. Ben Caron turned away five shots in goal for the visitors. Georges Valley outshot Lisbon 22-8, while each team attempted two corner kicks.

Georges Valley (6-8. 45.9184 points) is 10th in Western Class C. Wiscasset (11-0-1, 124.8724 points) is the top team in the 15-team region. The top eight teams qualify for postseason play.

Islesboro 2, Greater Portland Christian 2 (2OT) … At Islesboro Monday, the Eagles and Lions battled to a double-overtime tie in a game featuring two squads advancing to the Western Class D playoffs. Max Mahan and D.J. Johnson both netted one goal to lead the islanders, while Gerard Scherr made 12 saves. Sam Carlson had 11 saves to lead GPC. The Eagles and Lions each attempted 25 shots.

The Eagles (9-4-1, 49.3085 points) are third in Western Class D. Greenville (10-2-2, 81.7645 points) is first in the 10-team region. The top five teams qualify for postseason play.

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