It was a good day on the pitch for Waldo County high school boys soccer squads Tuesday, while the girls teams in action continued to search for winning answers.

The Belfast and Mount View boys teams picked up key shutout victories on the road, while the Lion and Mustang girls were shut out at home in their respective contests. Results for the Lion girls were unavailable.

Boys

Mount View 6, Leavitt 0 … At Turner Tuesday, at Mustangs picked up their fifth shutout in six games with a victory over the Hornets.

Zoli Kertesz scored two goals to lead the ‘Stangs, while Bryan Jungels (goal, assist), Tim Bennett (goal, assist), James Philbrick (goal), Jack Simpson (goal, assist), Aaron Elkins (assist) and Cody Downer (assist) also chipped in offensively for the visitors.

Chris Montminy made four saves in net for Mount View, while Korey Mulherin turned away six shots. The Mustangs outshot the Hornets 21-9 and held an 8-3 advantage in corner kicks.

Bennett got Mount View on the board in the first half after creasing the net, on an assist from Jungels, with 16:54 left, while Jungels got in on the action just over a minute later, on an assist from Bennett, to account for the 2-0 halftime score.

Kertesz notched a pair of early second-half goals, on assists from Bennett and Elkins, respectively, while Philbrick scored at the 12:16-mark, on an assist from Simpson, and Downer later found Simpson for the game’s final tally with 1:23 remaining.

In junior varsity action, Mount View picked up a 2-1 win over Leavitt.

Mount View (5-1, 15.8929 points) is fourth in Eastern Class B, while Camden Hills (6-0) is first in the 18-team region.

Belfast 4, Oak Hill 0 … At Sabattus Tuesday, the Lions rushed from the gate and picked up a shutout victory over the host Raiders.

Yanni Rakis had two goals and an assist in the victory, while Scott Kulikowski added a goal and an assist; Yusef Al-Matrouk, one goal; and Ryan Rice, one assist. Tyler Baker also turned away four shots on four attempts in goal for the Lions.

Belfast had 33 shots on goal and held a 4-1 advantage in corner kicks.

Rakis got the Lions on the board with 26 minutes remaining in the half on an assist from Kulikowski, while Al-Matrouk creased the net with 8:59 left, on an assist from Rice. Rakis got his second goal of the game less than a minute later, on another assist from Kulikowski, while Rakis returned the favor with 23:04 remaining in the game, placing the ball to Kulikowski for the sure goal.

Belfast (4-2, 15.0000 points) is fifth in Eastern Class B, while Camden Hills (6-0) is first in the 18-team region.

Girls

Leavitt 5, Mount View 0 … At Thorndike, the Mustangs continue to try and play their way into the win column after coming up short against the visiting Hornets.

Mariah Treadwell and Tori Zupancic each scored two goals for Leavitt, while Desiree Tweedie added a goal and Monica Beaule two assists for Leavitt.

Amanda Larrabee made 10 saves in goal for Mount View, while Kelly Pomerleau turned away five shots for Leavitt. The Hornets outshot the Mustangs 24-6 and held a 6-1 advantage in corner kicks.

In junior varsity action, Mount View picked up a 3-1 win over Leavitt.

Mount View (0-6, no points) is tied for 17th in Eastern Class B, while Caribou (6-0-1, 39.2219 points) is first in the 18-team region.

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