The final regular-season Midcoast high school boys and girls soccer games have been played, with several teams prevailing in those contests.

Both the Camden Hills boys and girls ended the regular season with victories, while the Georges Valley boys also earned a win in the final game in the history of the program. The Vinalhaven girls also collected a win and salvaged a tie in their doubleheader with Buckfield over the weekend.

Both the Camden Hills boys and girls, the Georges Valley and Vinalhaven girls, the Mount View boys and the Islesboro coed team all clinched playoff berths. Playoff pairings and seedings for all playoff teams appear in a different story.

Boys soccer

Georges Valley 3, Lisbon 1 … At Lisbon Falls Oct. 18, the Buccaneers won their final game of the regular season — and final game in the history of the program — by a two-goal margin over the Greyhounds.

Drew Townsend booted in a pair of goals for the Bucs, while Kyle Robinson also added a score and Levente Demeter and Cody Poland added assists. Ben Caron made five saves in goal for Georges Valley. The visitors led 22-8 in shots, while both teams attempted two corner kicks.

The Buccaneers (6-8, 45.9184 points) finished the regular season 11th in Western Class C, falling short in their bid for the postseason. Wiscasset (13-0-1, 152.9337 points) finished first in the 15-team region.

Camden Hills 4, Medomak Valley 0 … At Rockport Oct. 19, the Windjammers ended the regular season with another shutout victory. Sam Predham notched two goals for the hosts on a pair of assists from Evan Drinkwater, while Andy Stevick and Malcolm Steele each creased the net and Peter Vannorsdall added an assist in the victory.

Ian Cushing and Derek Dreschler combined for the shutout in net for Camden Hills, recording no saves. Robbie Griffin had 13 saves in a losing effort for the Panthers. The Windjammers outshot the Panthers 17-0 and held a 9-0 advantage in corner kicks.

Camden Hills (13-0-1, 135.2679 points) finished the regular season second in Eastern Class B, clinching the No. 2 seed for the playoffs. The Windjammers will host No. 7 John Bapst of Bangor (6-6-2, 58.1633 points) in the quarterfinals next week. Medomak Valley (3-9-2, 27.6786 points) finished 12th, falling short in its bid for the postseason. Ellsworth (14-0, 151.9133 points) is first in the 18-team region.

Islesboro 2, Greater Portland Christian 2 (2OT) … At Islesboro Oct. 18, the Eagles and Lions got nothing resolved after two 40-minute halves and two five-minute overtimes and settled for a tie to end the regular season. Max Mahan and D.J. Johnson each scored goals for Islesboro, while Matt Hammond and Anthony Simpson each had a goal for GPC.

Gerard Scherr made 12 saves on 25 shots for Islesboro, while Sam Carlson had 11 saves on 25 shots.

Islesboro (9-4-1, 52.5553 points) finished the regular season third in Western Class D. The Eagles will face No. 2 Richmond in the first round of the playoffs next week. Greenville (10-2-2, 83.2951 points) is first in the 10-team region.

Girls soccer

Camden Hills 3, Medomak Valley 2 … At Waldoboro Oct. 19, the Windjammers finished the regular season in style as they pulled away from the Panthers in a competitive contest by one goal. Haley Williams, Melanie Vangel and Jackay Richards all creased the net for the ‘Jammers, while Alanna Vose scored both goals for the Panthers. Richards netted the game-winner with 3:38 left in regulation.

Amanda Hendrickson-Belloguet made seven saves in net for Medomak Valley, while Lindsay Bumbalo made three saves for Camden Hills. The Windjammers also outshot the Panthers 11-7.

Camden Hills (12-2, 131.9643 points) finished the regular season second in Eastern Class B. The Windjammers will host No. 7 John Bapst of Bangor (8-4-2, 95.9821 points) in the quarterfinals next week. Medomak Valley (8-5-1, 69.0179 points) finished 10th, falling short in their bid for the postseason. Caribou (11-2-1, 147.3852 points) finished first in the 18-team region.

Vinalhaven 2, Buckfield 1 … At Northport, the Vikings secured their final win of the 2010 season with a one-goal triumph over the Bucks. Blake Reidy netted a pair of goals for the islanders, while Bianca Barroso added an assist in the victory. Alex Slivinsky made two saves for the Vikings, while Katie Corson turned away 12 shots in net for the Bucks. Vinalhaven led in shots 33-5 and held a 6-4 advantage in corner kicks.

Vinalhaven 1, Buckfield 1 (20T) … At Buckfield, the Vikings and Bucks resolved nothing in the first of their two final regular season games and settled for a stalemate. Izza Drury scored on an assist from Eliza Davidson for Vinalhaven, while Danielle Patrie had the lone score for Buckfield. Slivinsky made three saves, while Corson corralled nine. Vinalhaven outshot Buckfield 22-7 and held a 14-6 advantage in corner kicks.

Vinalhaven (5-6-1, 29.1288 points) finished the regular season fourth in Western Class D. The Vikings will travel to top-seeded Richmond (13-1, 118.2924 points) in the semifinals next week.

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