Midcoast middle school athletics, from field hockey to soccer, from cross country to football, has been ongoing at a fast and furious pace in recent days.

The following is a recap of reported results from Knox, Waldo and Lincoln county middle school in a variety of sports.

Coaches can report results to VillageSoup by emailing sports@villagesoup.com or calling 594-4401.

Boys soccer

Camden-Rockport 6, Troy Howard 0 … At Belfast Sept. 14, the Schooners scored early and often in a shutout win over the host Lions. Leading the Schooner offensive attack were Jack Gallagher (goal, assist), Kyle Crans (goal), David Flint (goal), Will Cole (goal), Kienan Brown (goal), Nick Tassoni (goal) and Jonah Cameron (assist). Information for Troy Howard was unavailable.

Wiscasset 4, Medomak Middle School 3 … At Waldoboro Sept. 14, The Riverhawks came up short and fell to the visiting Warriors. Tucker Prescott, Zidane McMurrin and Franny Johnson all scored for MMS, while Zach Starr, Nick Grover and Cam Robinson all played in net for the hosts.

Oceanside 7, Searsport 3 … At Searsport Sept. 13, the Mariners sailed past the Vikings and prevailed by four goals. Andrew King and Rory Polybank both scored two goals for the Mariners, while Nick Tinker, Keenan Hendricks and Christian Straka all had one goal in the win. Information for the Vikings was unavailable.

Camden-Rockport 3, Oceanside 2 … At Thomaston Sept. 12, the Mariners came up short and dropped a one-goal decision to the Schooners. Christian Straka and Andrew King each creased the net for the hosts. Kyle Crans scored two goals for CRMS, while Jay Wilder eventually converted the game-winner.

Medomak Middle School 3, Woolwich 1 … At Waldoboro Sept. 12, the Riverhawks prevailed and pulled out a two-goal triumph over the Warriors. Zidane McMurrin scored two goals to lead the Riverhawks, while Zach Starr also creased the net in the win. Ben Turner, Jackson Vail and Nick DePatsy led Medomak’s defense in the victory. Nick Grover and Cameron Robinson split time in the net for the hosts.

Medomak Middle School 5, Jefferson 0 … At Waldoboro Sept. 8, the Riverhawks picked up a shutout victory over the visiting Chargers. Scoring a goal for MMS were Laken Harrington, Franny Johnson, Jackson Vail, Zidane McMurrin and Kyle Donlin, while Cameron Robinson, Nick Grover, Nick DePatsy and Zach Starr all split time in net for the hosts.

Oceanside 6, Troy Howard 0 … At Belfast Sept. 8, the Mariners shut out the host Lions and came away with a win . Andrew King led Oceanside with three goals, while Christian Straka added two and Josh Luttrell one. Information for Troy Howard was unavailable.

Wiscasset 4, Medomak Middle School 0 … At Wiscasset Sept. 6, the Riverhawks could not overtake the talented Warriors and were shut out on the road. Nick Grover, Cameron Robinson, and Jackson Vail each split time in net for MMS. Information for Wiscasset was unavailable.

Girls soccer

Medomak Middle School 2, Wiscasset 1 (OT) … At Waldoboro Sept. 14, the Riverhawks came away with a thrilling win in overtime over the visiting Warriors. Maggie Ryan creased the net on the game-winner, while Hannah Watmough also scored on an assist from Sophie Cohen.

Camden-Rockport 2, Troy Howard 0 … At Belfast Sept. 14, the Schooners shut out the host Lions and sailed to victory. Emma Gutheinz notched two goals in the win, while Charlotte Messer chipped in with an assist. Emma Vannorsdall thrived in net for CRMS, including stopping a Troy Howard penalty kick.

Oceanside “B” 4, Searsport 1 … At Searsport Sept. 13, the Mariners upended the Vikings and prevailed by three goals. Jillian Brooks creased the net twice for the visitors, while Makenna Brooks and Ari Curtis each scored once in the win.

Camden-Rockport 5, Oceanside “A” 2 … At Thomaston Sept. 12, the Schooners outplayed the Mariners and clinched the win by three tallies. Leading CRMS were Charlotte Messer (goal), Lydia Hill (goal), Kendall Szumilas (goal), Abby Matlack (goal) and Katie Vannorsdall. Information for Oceanside was unavailable.

Troy Howard 4, Searsport 0 … At Belfast Sept. 12, the Lions shut out the visiting Vikings. Mariah Sturgis scored two goals for Troy Howard, while Alexis Racioppi and Kasey McLeod each scored for the hosts and Amber Beaulieu added an assist. Bre Cummings played in goal for the Lions. Information for Searsport was unavailable.

Medomak Middle School 1, Woolwich 0 … At Woolwich Sept. 12, the Riverhawks continued their unbeaten streak and shut out the host Warriors. Emily Wotton scored the lone goal of the game for MMS on an assist from Maggie Ryan.

Camden-Rockport 5, Oceanside “A” 2 … At Thomaston Sept. 12, the Mariners scored a pair of second-half goals, but could not make the comeback and fell to the visiting Schooners. Sydney Hall and Ireland LeBlanc scored for the Mariners, while Nine Lavinge played in the net for the hosts.

Oceanside “B” 4, Oceanside “A” 0 … At Thomaston Sept. 10, Mariner “B” team shut out the “A” squad and picked up the win. Kelsey Brooks and Ari Curtis each scored two goals in the win.

Medomak Middle School 1, Boothbay 0 … At Boothbay Sept. 9, the Riverhawks came away with a shutout victory over the host Wildcats. Maggie Cox scored the lone goal of the game for MMS.

Troy Howard 2, Oceanside “B” 1 (OT) … At Belfast Sept. 8, the Lions nipped the visiting Mariners and held on for the win. Sturgis and Racioppi both scored goals for the hosts, while Racioppi kicked in the game-winner in overtime. Briana Dugan scored the only goal for Oceanside.

Medomak Middle School 4, Jefferson 2 … At Jefferson Sept. 2, the Riverhawks earned a two-goal victory over the Chargers. Gabrielle Ruano, Maggie Ryan, Maggie Cox and Kassandra Mank all scored for MMS.

Coed soccer

St. George 8, Vinalhaven 1 … At St. George Sept. 14, the Dragons defended their home and picked up the win over the visiting Vikings. Zack Davis scored three goals for St. George, while Nick Upham added two and Kaylee McCorrison, Ethan Twitchell and Drew Paulsen each added one. Cadden Lavoie also had two assists, while Davis and Levi Post split time in net for the Dragons.

Camden-Rockport 9, Nobleboro 1 … At Nobleboro Sept. 14, the Schooners sailed past the Lions and prevailed by eight goals. Leading CRMS were Andrew Gross (3 goals), Brad Spear (2 goals), Colby Arau (goal), Max Reusswick (goal), Nick Stuart (goal) and Zach Collins (goal). Julia Holt played in net for CRMS.

Lincolnville 8, Camden-Rockport 2 … At Lincolnville Sept. 12, the Lynx were on the prowl and came away with a convincing win over the visiting Schooners. Leading LCS on offense were Jet Magri (2 goals), Morgan Mercier (3 goals), Kieran Lydon (goal), Gabe Salo (goal), Zach Pitcarin (goal, assist) and Nick Czuchra (assist). For Camden-Rockport, Lara Cazemajou and Zachary Collins each netted goals.

Appleton 5, South Bristol 1 … At South Bristol Sept. 12, the Wildcats ran wild on the Mariners and prevailed by four goals. Isaac Kieran scored thrice to lead AVS, while Ben McKenna and Cameron Hopkins also creased the net for the visitors. Owen Hilt and Victoria Anderson split time in net for the Wildcats.

St. George 2, Bristol 1 … At St. George Sept. 12, the Dragons came away with a one-goal victory over the Blue Devils. Nick Upham and Cadden Lavoie each scored for St. George on a pair of assists by Ethan Twitchell. Levi Post made six saves in net for the Dragons.

Appleton 4, Vinalhaven 0 … At Vinalhaven Sept. 9, the Wildcats shut out the islanders and picked up a convincing victory. Isaac Keiran had a hat trick to lead the Wildcats, while Cameron Hopkins also scored for the visitors. Owen Hilt and Nick Cammelieri split time in goal for Appleton.

Camden-Rockport 3, South Bristol 0 … At Camden Sept. 7, the Schooners got a shutout win over the visiting Mariners. Andrew Gross, Erin Dowd and Abby Chamberlain each scored for the hosts, while Maddison Jordan made several stops for the Schooners, including a penalty shot. Wilson McKay and Julia Holt shared goal duties in the second half for CRMS.

Field Hockey

Oceanside 1, Camden-Rockport 1 … At Camden Sept. 14, the Schooners notched a goal in the first half, while the Mariners capitalized and scored the equalizer in the second half as the squads settled for a tie. Mary Allen scored for the Mariners on an assist from Rachel Philbrook, while Rose Flanagan scored for the Schooners. Lauren Hoppe played in goal for the Oceanside, while Casha Tartt played in goal for Camden-Rockport

Oceanside 2, Troy Howard 0 … At Belfast Sept. 12, the Mariners stayed unbeaten on the young season with a shutout win over the Lions. Mary Allen scored two goals for Oceanside, while Clara Feltus added an assist.

Camden-Rockport 4, Great Salt Bay 0 … At Camden Sept. 12, the Schooners had little trouble against the visiting Cougars and picked up the shutout victory. Rose Flanagan and Willow Grinnell each had two goals to lead CRMS.

Oceanside 13, Great Salt Bay 0 … At Thomaston Sept. 7, the Mariners shut out the young Cougars by a convincing margin. Leading Oceanside on offense were Mariah Harris (3 goals), Alexis Mazurek (2 goals), Michaela Wright (2 goals), Hannah Nickerson (goal), Grace Young (goal), Mary Allen (goal), Clara Feltus (goal), Kassey Thompson (goal) and Makayla Van Blarcom (goal). Krisandra McNichol got the shutout in goal for the Mariners.

Oceanside 5, Boothbay 0 … At Boothbay Sept. 1, the Mariners won their first game of the year in shutout fashion over the Wildcats. Leading Oceanside on offense were Hannah Nickerson (2 goals), Mary Allen (goal), Mariah Harris (goal), Darrian Leonardi (goal, assist), Makayla Van Blarcom (assist), Krisandra McNichol (assist), Clara Feltus (assist) and Molly Tobin (assist). Information on Boothbay was unavailable. Lauren Hoppe earned the shutout in goal for the Mariners.

Cross Country

At Thomaston Sept. 8, Oceanside hosted a three-team meet with visiting Troy Howard of Belfast and Searsport. The Lions prevailed in the boys race with 15 points, with the Mariners and Vikings not having enough runners for a team score. The Viking girls won the second race with 26 points, while the Mariners finished second with 30 and the Lions third with no score.

The individual results from the boys race were: 1, Zane Bielenberg, TH, 16:21; 2, Jordan Bickford, TH, 16:24; 3, Patrick Groening, TH, 16:51; 4, Austin Merando, TH, 18:05; 5, Miles Martin, SDMS, 18:51; 6, Patrick Corcoran, Ocean, 18:54; 7, Ricky Smith, TH, 19:35; 8, Brenden McKeen, SDMS, 19:52; 9, Noah Howard, TH, 20:07; 10, Giovanni Golgano, TH, 20:07; 11, Leander Andrews, TH, 20:18; 12, Andrew Lavin, SDMS, 20:36; 13, Daly Winterich, Ocean, 20:40; 14, Curran Grant, Ocean, 21:11; 15, Ben Nichols, TH, 21:26; 16, James Cole, TH, 21:56; 17, Terrell Ward, TH, 26:47; 18, Noah Thomas, TH, 26:51; 19, Will Bickford, TH, 27:21; and 20, Fidel Mauser, TH, 32:56.

The individual results from the girls race were: 1, Brianna White-Ortiz, Ocean, 18:52; 2, Paige Ireland, SDMS, 20:00; 3, Haley Brown, SDMS, 20:04; 4, Olivia Ellis, SDMS, 20:06; 5, Sumir Mahonen, Ocean, 21:22; 6, Emma Reynolds, SDMS, 21:40; 7, Emily Davis, Ocean, 22:05; 8, Hannah Reynolds, TH, 22:21; 9, Gabby Simmons, Ocean, 22:41; 10, Ainsley Meklin, Ocean, 22:55; 11, Danielle Ladd, Ocean, 23:02; 12, Mackenzie Barnhart, TH, 26:46; 13, Mackenzie Philbrook, SDMS, 26:49; 14, Hannah Valiere, SDMS, 28:30; and 15, Madison Philbrick, SDMS, 28:30.

Football

Pittsfield 14, Oceanside 13 … At Rockland Sept. 7, the Mariners came up short in their quest for victory against Pittsfield. Thomas Curtis scored for the hosts on a 60-yard interception return, while teammate Chris Christian scored on a 10-yard run.

Oceanside 26, Medomak 6 … At Rockland Sept. 3, the Mariners sailed past the Panthers and picked up a 20-point victory in an exhibition game. Gage Robinson had two touchdowns —one on a 25-yard touchdown pass from Riley Sprague and the other on a four-yard run — while Thomas Curtis and Mitchell Del Frate each had 25-yard TD runs for the hosts.

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