Belfast, Mount View and Searsport squads collected victories on the high school soccer pitch on Tuesday and Wednesday, Sept. 4-5, while the Mustang girls dropped their first match of the season.

The Mustangs split with Waterville as the boys posted a 6-0 win and girls fell 5-1, while the Lion boys posted a 2-0 win over Ellsworth and Viking girls a 3-1 win over Deer Isle-Stonington.

On Wednesday, the Viking boys posted a lopsided 16-0 win over the Mariners, while the Lions girls fell 5-1 to the Eagles.

Watch video, and see more photos, below from Waterville at Mount View boys game.

The following is a recap of reported results:

Girls soccer

Ellsworth 5, Belfast 1

At Ellsworth Sept. 5, the Eagles soared past the visiting Lions. Ellsworth held a 4-1 lead at halftime.

Sierra Andrews scored three goals for the Eagles, while Addie Laslie and Kaitlin McCulla also creased the nets for the hosts. Junne Robertson-McIntire scored the lone goal for Belfast.

Shera Hilt made 10 saves on 15 shots in goal for the Lions, while Kylie Robidoux made two saves on three shots for the Eagles.

Belfast held a 2-1 edge in corner kicks.

Searsport 3, Deer Isle-Stonington 1

At Searsport Sept. 4, the Vikings booted to their first win of the season. Searsport led 2-0 at halftime.

Makenzie Alley, Jordan Greeley and Rosa Estes scored for the Vikings, while Casey Snow added two assists and Ashten Wells one.

Sarah Gent made 15 saves in goal for the Vikings, while Kaylee Morey and Katie Hutchinson split time in net for the Mariners.

Searsport attempted 29 first-half shots and 13 second-half shots.

Viking coach Amber Stanhope said her players “played tough” in their first win.

“Once again we played with no extra bodies,” she said. “Our defensive mids Mikaela Alley and Casey Snow did a nice job supporting our front line and our defensive line.”

Waterville 5, Mount View 1

At Waterville Sept. 4, the Purple Panthers scored the first five goals and prowled past the Mustangs. Waterville led 3-0 at halftime.

Sadie Garlan scored twice for Waterville, while Jayda Murray, Paige St. Pierre and Hannah LeClair each scored once. St. Pierre added two assists and Lily Foster one for the Purple Panthers. Gabby Ravin scored the lone goal for Mount View.

Shala Davis and Zoe Mayhew minded the net for Mount View and made three saves on 11 shots, while Jaycie Richard made nine saves on 11 shots in goal for Waterville. The Mustangs held a 6-1 edge in corner kicks.

Mount View coach David Page said Tuesday was “just a frustrating game.”

“It was an evenly-matched game throughout,” Page said. “But we had some organizational breakdowns that we need to address. The breakdowns cost us a couple goals in our first game and with a team like Waterville, they'll expose and capitalize on them all game long. It's definitely something we need to sort out quickly.”

Greenville 3, Searsport 0

At Greenville Aug. 31, the Lakers blanked the Vikings to start the regular season. Greenville led 1-0 at halftime.

Bianca Breton, Madison Kane and Jessica Pomerleau creased the net for the Lakers.

Greenville led 19-8 in shots and 4-2 advantage in corner kicks. Mikaela Alley made 10 saves in net for the Vikings, while Halle Pelletier made eight saves in goal for the Lakers.

Viking coach Amber Stanhope said the Lakers “are one of the best, if not the best, team that we will face this year,” and played well, particularly with no substitutes, four freshmen and four sophomores.

“[We are] definitely a very young team with a lot to learn but I was so proud of them,” she said. “They never stopped trying, never stopped working and never got down on each other to the point where we were getting compliments from the crowd and from the scorer's table. I quote one man saying ‘this team is going to surprise many teams this year.’”

Boys soccer

Searsport 16, Deer Isle-Stonington 0

At Searsport Sept. 5, the Vikings went on the offensive — in a big way — and blanked the visiting Mariners.

Leading the potent Searsport scoring attack was George Dakin (4 goals), Shawn Dakin (3 goals, 2 assists), Aaron Wiley (3 goals), Charlie Spiegel (2 goals, 4 assists), Gabe Kneeland (2 goals, 3 assists), Jason Frazee (goal, assist), Josh Wright (goal, assist), Kion Tuppper (assist) and Kevin Bell (assist).

Colby Snow, George Dakin and Kion Tupper all minded the net for the Vikings, combining to make four saves on six shots. Mason Plummer, Coleman Brown and Elijah Stinson all played in goal for the Mariners, allowing eight saves on 40 shots.

Belfast 2, Ellsworth 0

At Ellsworth Sept. 4, the Lions blanked the Eagles. The squads were scoreless at halftime.

Brandon Cournoyer and Gabriel Ruigomez scored for Belfast, while Caleb Hall-Arnett and Logan McHaney assisted on those goal at the 73rd and 75th minutes, respectively.

Ellsworth held an 11-8 lead in shots, while Belfast finished with a 7-0 advantage in corner kicks. Max Lewis made eight saves in goal for the Lions, while Javen Clarke made three stops in net for the Eagles.

The Eagles nearly took a 1-0 lead at the 15-minute mark when the hosts rang a shot off the crossbar and Lewis made the initial save. The rebound came out to an Ellsworth player at the 12-yard line and he fired a shot on goal, but Lewis gathered himself and made a diving save on the goal line to keep the game scoreless.

Mount View 6, Waterville 0

At Thorndike Sept. 4, the Mustangs blanked the Purple Panthers. Mount View led 2-0 at halftime.

Elijah Allen netted a hat trick for Mount View, while Logan Curtis (goal), Andrew Savoy (goal), Sean Raven (goal), Cassidy Pound (3 assists) and Noah Jacobs (assist) also contributed to the offense.

Ricky Nelson minded the net for the Mustangs, while Ethan Nurick and Zach Menoudsrakos split time in goal for the Purple Panthers.

Allen creased the net twice in the first half at the 26:05 and 21:40 marks, while he assisted on a third goal by Savoy with 37:47 left in the game.

Curtis, Allen and Raven continued the Mount View scoring attack late in the game, including Raven’s score with one second to play.

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