Middle school student-athletes from Knox, Waldo and part of Lincoln County have pushed forward on the soccer and field hockey fields, as well as the golf course, in recent days, looking to finish the regular season as the playoffs are around the corner.

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

The following is a recap of recently reported results:

Girls soccer

Richmond 4, Medomak Middle School 0 … At Waldoboro Sept. 28, the host Riverhawks were upended by the visiting Bobcats and fell to 8-3 on the season. Additional information on the game was unavailable.

Camden-Rockport 3, Oceanside “B” 2 … At Camden Sept. 28, the Schooners held off a late charge by the Mariners and prevailed by a goal. Charlotte Messer had two goals to lead the Schooners, while Emma Gutheinz also found the back of the net, accounting for the scoring. The Mariners got two late goals from Bri Dugan and Makenna Brooks, but CRMS stood pat and held on for the win.

Jefferson 3, Medomak Middle School 1 … At Waldoboro Sept. 27, the Riverhawks lost only their second game of the season, this time by two goals to the visiting Chargers. Taylor Smith scored the lone goal for the Riverhawks, who are 8-2.

Troy Howard 3, Oceanside “A” 1 … At Belfast, the Lions roared to a two-goal victory over the visiting Mariners. Ireland LeBlanc scored the lone goal for Oceanside, while information on Troy Howard was unavailable.

Oceanside “B” 2, Searsport 0 … At Thomaston Sept. 26, the Mariners picked up a shutout victory over the visiting Vikings. Kelsey Brooks and Makenna Brooks each creased the net for the hosts in the win.

Oceanside “B” 3, Oceanside “A” 0 … At Thomaston Sept. 24, the “B” team shut out the “A” team in a contest pitting schoolmates against each other for bragging rights and seeding in the Busline League standings. Makenna Brooks scored twice for the “B” squad, while Meredith Mitchell also scored her first goal of the season.

Medomak Middle School 5, Great Salt Bay 1 … At Bristol Sept. 23, the Riverhawks continued their impressive season with their eighth win. Hannah Osier scored twice for MMS, while Maggie Ryan, Maggie Cox and Hannah Watmough also creased the net for the visitors.

Boys soccer

Camden-Rockport 10, Searsport 0 … At Searsport Sept. 28, the Schooners were dominant from start to finish and won the game by double digits. Will Cole and Adam Hamilton each scored two goals for CRMS, while Sully Nolan, Nick Tassoni, David Flint, Cyrus Demmons,, Alex Forcillo and Kienan Brown also scored for the winners.

Medomak Middle School 3, Richmond 2 … At Waldoboro Sept. 28, the Riverhawks knocked off the Bobcats and came away with the one-goal victory. Taylor McLain scored two goals for MMS, while Tucker Prescott also creased the net for the hosts.

Medomak Middle School 7, Jefferson 0 … At Waldoboro Sept. 27, the Riverhawks came to play and earned a shutout victory over the visiting Chargers. Zidane McMurrin scored three goals to lead MMS, while Ollie Brown added two scores and Ethan Swan and Taylor McLain each one. Kyle Donlin also had an assist, while Nick Grover, Zach Starr and Cam Robinson combined on the shutout in net for the Riverhawks.

Oceanside 5, Troy Howard 2 … Sept. 26, the Mariners came away with a three-goal victory over the Lions. Andrew King scored three goals for Oceanside, while Rory Polybank and Keenan Hendricks each added one in the win. Information for Troy Howard was unavailable.

Oceanside 9, Searsport 2 … Sept. 26, the Mariners made quick work of the Vikings and cruised to victory. Andrew King creased the net four times for Oceanside, while Rory Polybank and Christian Straka each scored two goals and Vaughn Faller one.

Camden-Rockport 8, Troy Howard 1 … Sept. 26, the Schooners grabbed a 5-0 lead at the half and cruised to a convincing win over the Lions. Kyle Crans scored four goals for the Schooners, while Kienan Brown, Field Leonard, Shaun Albertson also scored goals, while Sully Nolan and Will Cole collaborated on another. Information for the Lions was unavailable.

Searsport 4, Troy Howard 2 … Sept. 23, the Vikings doubled up the Lions and picked up the victory. Barrett Grant had one goal and two assists for Searsport, while Connor Kneeland had one goal and one assist and Liam MacMillan and Eric Phillips, each one goal. Information for the Lions was unavailable.

Medomak Middle School 4, Great Salt Bay 0 … At Bristol Sept. 22, the Riverhawks shut out the host Cougars and picked up the shutout victory. Laken Harrington, Ollie Brown, Cale Gee and Tucker Prescott each scored goals, while Zidane McMurrin added an assist. Grover, Starr and Robinson split time in net for MMS.

Coed soccer

Lincolnville 7, South Bristol 1 … At South Bristol Sept. 28, the Lynx continued to surge toward the playoffs with a win over the Mariners. Josh Pitcairn and Morgan Mercier each scored two goals for LCS, while Ade McGrath-Sheehan, Jet Magri and Nick Czuchra also added goals in the win.

Bristol 3, Camden-Rockport 2 … At Bristol, the Blue Devils jumped to a 2-0 lead and never looked back, holding on for the one-goal victory. Abby Chamberlain and Emily Bowen each scored goals for the Schooners.

Appleton 2, Camden-Rockport 6th 1 … At Appleton Sept. 28, the Wildcats doubled up the visiting Schooners and roared to the win. Alex Vokey scored the lone goal of the game for CRMS, while Tucker Patton and Owen Hilt each scored for the Wildcats.

Lincolnville 5, Camden-Rockport 6th 0 … Sept. 27, the Lynx continued to impress on the pitch with a shutout win over the Schooners. Josh Pitcairn creased the net three times for Lincolnville, while Morgan Mercier and Luke Burstein also scored in the win.

Lincolnville 6, St. George 2 … At Lincolnville Sept. 26, the Lynx scored early and often and picked up a four-goal victory over the Dragons. Josh Pitcairn scored three goals for LCS, while Kieran Lydon, Nick Czuchra and Morgan Mercier each had one goal for the hosts.

Appleton 4, Bristol 3 … Sept. 26, the Wildcats prevailed over the Blue Devils by one goal. Morgan Ford scored two goals for Appleton, while Cameron Hopkins and Payton Wiley each creased the net in the win. Jack Moody and Victoria Anderson split time in goal for the Wildcats.

Hope 4, Camden-Rockport 0 … At Camden Sept. 26, the Hawks broke a scoreless first-half tie and popped in four second-half goals to soar past the Schooners. Peter Galloway, Tristan Fong, Joah Welt and Julian Starbird each scored for Hope, while Schooner keeper Maddison Jordan made many sensational saves, including on a penalty shot by Hope’s Max Pushaw.

Field hockey

Oceanside 4, Troy Howard 0 … At Rockland Sept. 28, the Mariners came away with a shutout win over the Lions. Mary Allen scored three goals in the win for Oceanside, while Clara Feltus also scored and Darrian Leonardi and Kaylee Dennison each added assists.

Oceanside 4, Great Salt Bay 0 … At Damariscotta Sept. 26, the Mariners defeated the host Cougars by four goals. Alexis Mazurek had a goal and an assist in the win, while Madelyn Young (goal), Makayla VanBlarcom (goal), Mariah Harris (goal), Lauren Hoppe (assist), Leila Chammas (assist) and Isabella Curcin (assist) each contributed to the offense. Krisandra McNichol earned the shutout in the cage for Oceanside.

Oceanside 5, Boothbay 2 … At Rockland Sept. 21, the Mariners came to play and defeated the Wildcats by three goals. Mary Allen scored twice for Oceanside, while Molly Tobin, Darrian Leonardi and Michaela Wright also found the back of the cage for the Mariners. Kaylee Dennison and Hannah Nickerson also added assists.

Golf

On a glorious afternoon Sept. 27 at the Megunticook Golf Club, with temperatures touching 70, Camden-Rockport Middle School hung tough. Like the Schooners previous match with Wiscasset Middle School, top golfers on the team’s leaderboard struggled, but lower golfers were solid, said Schooner coach Kim Chatfield.

No. 1 Matt Prescott, playing so well in practice, lost 3-down. “This was his second official match play competition and he shows great promise” when he can control the mental aspect of the game, said the coach.

No. 2 Connor Russell had a shaky start with a 10 on the first hole, but bounced back a bit, said the coach. However, he never recovered to better than 2-down and lost 3 and 1 on the eighth hole. James Orne, who has climbed into the No. 3 slot, had another “great outing,” said the coach, winning 3 and 2. Austin Charkowick “had a splendid day,” shooting nine over for five holes and besting his opponent 3 and 2. In the No. 5 slot, Emily Long “was relentless; not a long hitter, but right down the pipe,” the coach said. She knocked off her opponent 3 and 1.

Inclement weather has caused a number of postponements of golf matches for the Busline League this year, with coaches scrambling for reschedules, Chatfield said.

Around the state, there are two new teams — Medomak Middle School and Bucksport Middle School — with all squads hoping to participate in the Maine State Middle School Invitational Championship on Saturday, Oct. 22 at the Samoset Resort Golf Course in Rockport.

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