Little has changed all season for the Camden Hills boys and girls soccer teams.

Both high school pitch teams are unbeaten through its first 10 games, including the squads' doubleheader on Tuesday, Oct. 8 against host Belfast.

The Windjammer girls earned a 6-1 win over the Lions in the first game, while the Windjammer boys followed suit, posting a 10-1 win.

Click for photos from the Camden Hills at Belfast girls game.

The 'Jammer girls have allowed only four goals all season and the 'Jammer boys three. Both Camden Hills teams are among the top squads in Eastern Class B, while the Lion girls are well outside the regional playoff race and the BAHS boys a few spots behind.

The Camden Hills boys have outscored opponents 66-3 in 10 games, with seven shutouts, while the Windjammer girls have outscored foes 50-4, with six shutouts.

Currently, the Camden Hills boys are 10-0 and the Camden Hills girls 9-0-1. The Belfast boys are 2-8-1 and the Lion girls 0-10-1.

The following is a recap of both of Tuesday's contests:

Boys soccer

Camden Hills 10, Belfast 1

At Belfast Oct. 8, the Windjammers scored double-digit goals for the third time this season — the second against the Lions — in a rout over the hosts.

Camden Hills led 2-0 at halftime before scoring seven unanswered goals. Belfast's score came off a penalty shot late in the game by Christian Williams before another 'Jammer goal rounded out the scoring.

"After a well-played, close first half, we were able to use our depth and experience to wear down a much-improved Belfast team,” said Windjammer coach Ryan Hurley. “Now we'll turn our attention to what will surely be the stiffest test of the season so far when we play Oceanside at home on [Oct. 12]. It's a rivalry that gets better every year and with lots of Heal Points at stake, it promises to be an extremely challenging and exciting match."

Leading the Windjammer offense Tuesday were Yani Stancioff (2 goals, assist), Peter Vannorsdall (goal, assist), Grayson Szumilas (2 goals, assist), Colin Morse (goal, assist), Alex Blackwell (goal), Kieran Lydon (goal), Jake Davee (goal) and Jack Henry Grannis-Phoenix (goal).

Marshall Spear made four saves on five shots in goal for Camden Hills, while Sam Kulikowski made 18 saves on 34 shots in net for Belfast. The Windjammers led 5-2 in corner kicks.

Girls soccer

Camden Hills 6, Belfast 1

At Belfast Oct. 8, the Windjammers scored six unanswered goals — including four in the first half — to earn the win over the Lions.

Leading the Camden Hills offense were Emma Gutheinz (3 goals, assist), Addie Drinkwater (goal, assist), Bryn Anderson (goal), Rachel Pease (goal) and Charlotte Messer (assist).

Ashley Littlefield scored the lone goal for Belfast off a direct kick with 4:17 remaining.

Pease played in goal in the first half for Camden Hills, while Emma Vannorsdall minded the net in the second half. The duo combined for two saves on three shots.

Grace Davis played in goal in the first half for Belfast, while Kennadee Baker played in the net in the second half. The duo combined for six saves on 10 shots. Camden Hills led 6-3 in corner kicks.