All in all, it was a solid final few days of the regular season for Knox, Waldo and Lincoln county high school boys and girls soccer teams.

Perhaps no recent outcome was more impressive than the Oceanside girls 1-0 win over Waterville on Tuesday, Oct. 22.

The victory catapulted the Mariners up the Maine Principals' Association Eastern Class B Heal Point Standings and handed the Purple Panthers their first loss of the fall in the regular-season finale for both squads.

The Camden Hills boys and girls, along with the Medomak Valley boys, Vinalhaven/North Haven boys and Belfast girls also saw success over the past few days, while the Mount View boys and girls, along with the Oceanside boys, managed ties in their season finales.

The following is a recap of recently-reported results:

Girls soccer

Oceanside 1, Waterville 0

At Waterville Oct. 22, the Mariners crashed the Purple Panthers senior day celebration on the final day of the regular season, as they bested the hosts and knocked them from the ranks of the unbeaten.

The lone goal came from sophomore Makenna Brooks with 30:57 left in the second half.

Mariner coach Darryl Townsend said the team's game plan was to control the middle third of the field “because if they got through they were so good offensively they'd overrun us.

"We didn't press offensively,” he said. “We just let our good defense create some offense.”

Oceanside won a 50/50 ball in the middle third and the ball was played wide to Brooks, who shot up the right side of the field and put a shot on goal from about 25 yards out.

The ball skipped a few times on the way to the goal and Waterville goalie Fotini Shanos got a hand on it, but it took a fortunate Mariner bounce through her legs for the game's only tally.

“It's good to finally get a break and when you play that good a defense, it's good to have something like that go your way,” said Townsend. “We're just a bunch of girls that really play hard. We're not perfect.”

Kalyn Grover made two saves in goal for Oceanside, while Shanos made nine saves in for Waterville. The Mariners outshot the Purple Panthers 9-3 and held a 3-0 edge in corner kicks.

In the Maine Principals' Association Heal Point Standings for Eastern Class B, Oceanside (10-3-1, 106.5689 points) is fourth, while Waterville (13-1, 145.0255 points) is first in the 19-team region. The top 13 teams qualify for the playoffs.

Belfast 5, Medomak Valley 0

At Waldoboro Oct. 22, the Lions roared to their first win of the year in their final game of the campaign.

Lydia Violette netted three goals to lead the winners, while Alexis Racioppi and Ashley Littlefield also scored for Belfast. Racioppi added two assists and Faith Beaulieu one.

Grace Davis made four saves on six shots for Belfast, while Chelsea Ripley made four saves on 18 shots. The Panthers led 4-3 in corner kicks.

Lion coach Chris Lavalle said Tuesday's win was "a great day" for his players.

"They worked so hard all season and often their results and their performances did not add up," he said. "They so often deserved better results than they got. Yesterday they played with such heart and determination, as well as a high degree of technical skill. I was so proud of their effort and attitude yesterday. It was so rewarding for them as finally things went are way. We possessed the ball and were able to use it the way we wanted to. It really was a terrific way to end a difficult season."

In the Maine Principals' Association Heal Point Standings for Eastern Class B, Medomak Valley (3-9-2, 48.7883 points) is 14th, while Belfast (1-12-1, 10.7143 points) is 17th. Waterville (13-1, 145.0255 points) is first in the 19-team region. The top 13 teams qualify for the playoffs.

Camden Hills 1, Lincoln Academy 0

At Newcastle Oct. 22, the Windjammers shut out the Eagles in the team's regular season finale.

Charlotte Messer scored with 18:03 left in regulation on a direct kick five yards outside the right side of the box, which she lofted over the Lincoln Academy keeper for the game's only tally.

Rachel Pease made eight saves on eight shots for the 'Jammers, while Miranda Achorn made 14 saves on 15 shots for the Eagles.

In the Maine Principals' Association Heal Point Standings for Eastern Class B, Camden Hills (11-1-2, 121.7474 points) is third, while Waterville (13-1, 145.0255 points) is first in the 19-team region. The top 13 teams qualify for the playoffs.

Mount View 2, Nokomis 2 (2OT)

At Thorndike Oct. 22, the Mustangs and Warriors of Newport battled to a stalemate after two 40-minute halves and two five-minute overtimes.

Vanessa Grotton and Alexis Strain scored for Mount View, while Kelsie Richards and Kylie Richards scored for Nokomis.

Logan Basford made seven saves on 13 shots in goal for Mount View, while Becky Orcutt made five saves on 11 shots in net for Nokomis.

Mount View coach David Page said Tuesday's game was “by far and away the best soccer these girls have played in the three years I've been coaching."

“They did everything we've been talking about and working on for three years for a full 90 minutes,” he said. “After getting beat up pretty good by Waterville with four games remaining, these girls could have packed it in. But they were determined to keep battling until the last minute of every game and can walk away from their last game with pride knowing that didn't leave anything on the field.”

In the Maine Principals' Association Heal Point Standings for Eastern Class B, Mount View (1-11-2, 15.5612 points) is 16th, while Waterville (13-1, 145.0255 points) is first in the 19-team region. The top 13 teams qualify for the playoffs.

Oceanside 2, Lincoln Academy 1

At Thomaston Oct. 18, the Mariners doubled up the visiting Eagles to pick up their ninth win.

Makenna Brooks had a goal and an assist for Oceanside, while Kelsey Brooks added the other score for the winners. Barrett Campbell scored for Lincoln Academy.

Kalyn Grover made seven saves in net for the Mariners, while Miranda Achorn made 15 saves in goal for the Eagles. Oceanside outshot Lincoln Academy 17-8 and led 2-1 in corner kicks.

Boys soccer

Camden Hills 12, Lincoln Academy 0

At Rockport Oct. 22, the Windjammers earned their most decisive win of the year, wrapping up an unbeaten regular season.

Leading the Windjammer offense were Grayson Szumilas (2 goals, assist), Yani Stancioff (3 goals, assist), Alex Blackwell (goal, assist), Ben Welt (goal, assist), Peter Vannorsdall (goal, assist), Marshall Spear (goal), Field Leonard (goal), Jack Henry Grannis-Phoenix (goal), Max Pushaw (goal) and Zach Pitcairn (3 assists).

Spear and Adam Throne combined to make two saves on two shots in goal for Camden Hills, while Wally Morris made 12 saves on 42 shots in net for Lincoln Academy. The Windjammers led 8-0 in corner kicks.

In the Maine Principals' Association Heal Point Standings for Eastern Class B, Camden Hills (13-0-1, 133.0357 points) is second, while Ellsworth (13-0-1, 153.1250 points) is first in the 19-team region. The top 13 teams qualify for the playoffs.

Medomak Valley 2, Belfast 1

At Belfast Oct. 22, the Panthers prevailed over the Lions by one goal in the final game for both squads.

Zidane McMurrin and Nicholas DePatsy scored for Medomak Valley, while Zach Starr and Micah Williamson tallied assists for the Panthers.

Fouad Al-Matrouk scored for Belfast.

Sam Kulikowski made 10 saves in goal for the Lions, while Noah Beck made seven saves in net for the Panthers.

In the Maine Principals' Association Heal Point Standings for Eastern Class B, Medomak Valley (3-8-3, 28.5714 points) is 16th, while Belfast (2-11-1, 18.3036 points) is 19th (last). Ellsworth (13-0-1, 153.1250 points) is first in the 19-team region. The top 13 teams qualify for the playoffs.

Mount View 0, Nokomis 0 (2OT)

At Newport Oct. 22, the Mustangs and Warriors battled to a stalemate after 90 scoreless minutes.

Mikey Hustus made 15 saves on 29 shots in net for Mount View, while Nate Buck made 18 saves on 29 shots in goal for Nokomis. The 'Stangs led 6-5 in corner kicks.

In the Maine Principals' Association Heal Point Standings for Eastern Class B, Mount View (5-7-2, 44.6429 points) is 11th, while Ellsworth (13-0-1, 153.1250 points) is first in the 19-team region. The top 13 teams qualify for the playoffs.

Vinalhaven/North Haven 6, Rangeley 0

At Rangeley Oct. 19, the islanders prevailed by six goals over the Lakers from the second time in two days.

Leading the islanders' offense were Avery Waterman (4 goals, assist), Zeb Campbell (goal), Kaleb Campbell (goal), Daulton Hornby (2 assists) and Lewis Cray (assist).

Aidan Emerson made three saves in net for Vinalhaven/North Haven, while Eddie Ellis made 17 saves in goal for Rangeley. The visitors led 25-3 in shots and 5-0 in corner kicks.

Vinalhaven/North Haven 6, Rangeley 0

At Rangeley Oct. 18, the islanders surged to a six-goal win over the Lakers.

Leading the islanders' offense were Zeb Campbell (2 goals), Avery Waterman (2 goals), Daulton Hornby (goal, assist), Max Stanley (goal) and Lewis Cray (assist).

Aidan Emerson made one save in goal for Vinalhaven/North Haven, while Eddie Ellis made eight saves in net for Rangeley. The visitors led 15-2 in shots and 3-1 in corner kicks.

In the Maine Principals' Association Heal Point Standings for Western Class D, Vinalhaven/North Haven (6-6, 33.9583 points) is seventh, while Pine Tree Academy of Freeport (12-1, 99.3032 points) is first in the 19-team region. The top eight teams qualify for the playoffs.