The Busline League middle school soccer season — boys, girls and coed — has kicked into high gear and headed in the direction of the playoffs down the road.

The league plays several games a week as the following schools have one or more teams: Troy Howard of Belfast, Oceanside of Thomaston, Woolwich, Great Salt Bay of Damariscotta, Camden-Rockport, Searsport, Medomak of Waldoboro, Wiscasset, Lincolnville, Bristol, Appleton, Vinalhaven, St. George, South Bristol, Nobleboro, Jefferson, Hope and Islesboro.

Coaches can submit results from games to Courier Publications/VillageSoup by emailing sports@villagesoup.com.

Watch videos and see more than 100 photos below from games this season.

Games are played through Saturday, Oct. 20 when the championships kick in at Point Lookout in Northport.

The following are reported results, which may or may not include information from both teams (results supplied by coaches or schools):

Girls soccer

Oceanside 1, Medomak 1 (2 OT)

At Waldoboro Sept. 26, the Mariners and Riverhawks battled to a tie.

Ana Underhill scored for Medomak, while Ava Philbrook netted the lone goal for Oceanside.

Medomak 3, Great Salt Bay 3

At Waldoboro Sept. 24, the Riverhawks and Cougars battled to a tie.

Leading the Medomak scoring attack was Alyssa Grindle (goal), Eliza Luce (goal), Olivia Pelkey goal) and Quinn Overlock (assist).

Medomak coach Andrea Williamson said “Great defense was played by Maddison Boynton, Mandi Karl and Devan Rainey.”

Troy Howard 3, Wiscasset 0

At Belfast Sept. 24, the Lions netted a shutout win over the Warriors.

Natalie Hamlin scored all three goals in the win for Troy Howard, one of which was assisted by Naomi Agbuya.

Medomak 3, Searsport 1

At Searsport Sept. 20, the visitors netted a two-goal win over the Vikings. Medomak led 2-0 at halftime.

Ana Underhill, Rachel Readinger and Jordan Doughty each scored for the Riverhawks, while Readinger and Eliza Luce logged assists.

Medomak held a 15-2 edge in shots.

Coach Andrea Williamson said “great defense was played by Cindy Shelmerdine, Haley Puchalski, Olivia Pelkey, Sara Nelson and Quinn Overlock,” while “great hustle on offense goes to Skylah Ward, Ana Underhill, Rachel Readinger and Lizzy Stelle.”

Medomak 3, Troy Howard 0

At Waldoboro Sept. 17, the Riverhawks soared past the visiting Lions. Medomak led 1-0 at halftime.

Leading the Medomak offense was Jordan Doughty (goal, assist), Eliza Luce (goal), Olivia Pelkey (assist), Acadia Dinsmore (assist) and Ana Underhill (goal).

Great Salt Bay 4, Troy Howard 1

At Belfast Sept. 14, the Cougars prowled past the Lions.

Natalie Hamlin scored the lone goal for Troy Howard off an assist from Olivia Lancaster.

Camden-Rockport 4, Medomak 0

At Waldoboro Sept. 12, the Schooners sailed past the host Riverhawks.

Addison McCormick minded to net for Medomak, while Molly Hixon was among the goal scorers for Camden-Rockport.

Medomak coach Andrea Williamson said great defense was played by McCormick in goal, in addition to Cindy Shelmerdine, Olivia Pelkey and Sara Nelson.

Oceanside 6, Searsport 1

At Thomaston Sept. 12, the Mariners netted a five-goal win over the Vikings.

Leading the Oceanside scoring attack was Audrey Mackie (goal, assist), Ava Philbrook (2 goals, assist), Alydia Hatch (goal), Martina Straka (goal), Emily Sykes (goal) and Natalie Hitz (assist).

Oceanside 3, Great Salt Bay 0

At Newcastle Sept. 10, the Mariners booted their way past the host Cougars.

Ava Philbrook netted two goals and one assist in the win for Oceanside, while Sophie Vose added one goal.

Woolwich 2, Medomak 1

At Woolwich Sept. 10, the Wildcats doubled up the visiting Riverhawks. The two squads were tied 1-1 at halftime.

Skylah Ward scored the lone goal for Medomak, while Addison McCormick minded the net for the Riverhawks.

Woolwich got the game-winner with 90 seconds remaining in regulation.

Boys soccer

Oceanside 10, Medomak 1

At Waldoboro Sept. 26, the Mariners went on the offensive — and then some — en route to a lopsided win over the Riverhawks.

Alex Bartlett and Victor Shabani each netted four goals for the winners, while Jace Doughty and Landyn Benner each scored one. Shabani and Taygan McAllister each had one assist for Oceanside.

Great Salt Bay 5, Medomak 2

At Waldoboro Sept. 24, the Cougars netted an exhibition victory over the Riverhawks.

Will Cheesman scored both goals in the loss for the hosts.

“Adding to the offense was Zan Nyguen, Isaac Swain, and Kevin Sincyr,” said Medomak coach Jackson Fortin. “Strong defense was played by Finn Parmley, Blake Morrison, and Donovan Sidelinger against a very strong GSB offense.”

Oceanside 9, Woolwich 1

At Thomaston Sept. 24, the Mariners went on the offensive and sailed past the Wildcats.

Leading the Mariner offense was Victory Shabani (3 goals, assist), Alex Bartlett (2 goals), Rhys Jones (2 goals), Taygan McAllister (goal) and Hayden Jacques (goal, assist).

Medomak 4, Searsport 1

At Searsport Sept. 20, the Riverhawks emerged with a win over the Vikings.

Will Cheesman, Kayden Johnson, Blake Morrison and Zan Nguyen each netted goals in the win for Medomak.

Medomak coach Jackson Fortin said Kolby Staples, Will Rush and Finian Kelly added to the offensive success, while “Strong defense was played by Finn Parmley, Issac Swain, Bruce Bossow and Donovan Sidelinger.”

Gavin Clark minded the net for the Riverhawks.

Troy Howard 2, Medomak 0

At Waldoboro Sept. 17, the Lions netted a shutout win over the Riverhawks.

Will Robbins and Holden Nichols netted goals for Troy Howard off assists from Eli Slaughter and Lucas Newsom.

Gavin Clark made eight saves in goal for Medomak, while Zeke Slaughter made 11 saves for Troy Howard.

Medomak coach Jackson Fortin said “Kevin Sincyr, Slavic Moody, Will Rush, and Finian Kelly all contributed to the offensive side of the ball,” while “helping Gavin was strong defensive play by Kyle Smith, Bruce Bossow, Finn Parmley, and Blake Morrison.”

Oceanside 7, Wiscasset 0

At Wiscasset Sept. 14, the Mariners sailed past the host Warriors.

Leading the Mariner scoring attack was Victor Shabani (3 goals), Melvin Sermeno-Orner (2 goals, assist), Alex Bartlett (goal, assist) and Hayden Jacques (goal, assist).

Great Salt Bay 4, Troy Howard 1

At Belfast Sept. 14, the Cougars netted a three-goal win over the Lions.

Will Robbins scored the lone goal for the hosts, while Zeke Slaughter made five saves in net.

Troy Howard 2, Woolwich 0

At Belfast Sept. 12, the Lions prowled past the Wildcats.

Holden Nichols and Jeremiah Porter each scored for the hosts, while Zeke Slaughter made seven saves for Troy Howard.

Camden-Rockport 3, Medomak 2

At Waldoboro Sept. 12, the Schooners edged out the Riverhawks.

Avery Hackett netted two goals for Camden-Rockport and Zanni Sabbati one, while Wilson Fedarko and Julian Henderson logged assists.

Zan Nguyen scored both goals for Medomak. Gavin Clark made 12 saves for the Riverhawks.

Oceanside 6, Searsport 0

At Thomaston Sept. 12, the Mariners eased past the visiting Vikings.

Leading the Mariners, which had 19 shots on goal, included Alex Bartlett (2 goals), Victor Shabani (2 goals), Hayden Jacques (goal), Andrew Gehouskey (goal, assist), Noah Chapin (assist) and Taygan McAllister (assist).

Great Salt Bay 6, Oceanside 4

At Newcastle Sept. 10, the Cougars prowled past the Mariners by two scores.

Leading the Oceanside offense was Alex Bartlett, Melvin Sermeno-Ormer, Victor Shabani and Hayden Jacques with goals, while Shabani also logged an assist.

Camden-Rockport 3, Troy Howard 2 (2 OT)

At Belfast Sept. 10, the Schooners edged the Lions in double overtime.

Avery Hackett scored twice for Camden-Rockport — including the game-winner — while Wilson Fedarko also scored for the visitors.

Jeremiah Porter and Holden Nichols each netted goals in the win for Troy Howard.

Zeke Slaughter made 10 saves in net for the Lions.

Medomak 8, Woolwich 1

At Woolwich Sept. 10, the Riverhawks soared past the host Wildcats.

Leading the Medomak offense was Zan Nyuyen (4 goals), Will Cheesman (3 goals) and Donovan Sidelinger (goal), while “Adding to the offensive success was Kevin Sincyr and Slavic Moody creating space and distributing the ball well,” said Riverhawk coach Jackson Fortin.

Gavin Clark minded the net for Medomak, while Fortin said “Fantastic defense was played by Blake Morrison, Finn Parmley and Connor Benner.”

Coed soccer

Camden-Rockport 4, Lincolnville 0

At Lincolnville Sept. 26, the Schooners sailed to a shutout win over the Lynx.

Aiden Aselton made “a number of fine saves in the net,” for the hosts, said Lincolnville coach Ben Edes.

Lincolnville 6, Bristol 4

At Bristol Sept. 24, the Lynx emerged victorious over the Blue Devils in a high-scoring affair. Lincolnville led 4-1 at halftime.

Leading the Lincolnville offense was Jordan Peasley (3 goals, assist), Griffin Dubrow (3 assists), Kara Andrews (goal, assist) and Aidan Witholt-Martin (goal).

Dubrow assisted on Peasley’s first two goals — where he raced up the left side and slid the ball up to Peasley in the middle who beat the Bristol keeper to the far post — to take a 2-0 lead.

Camden-Rockport 6, Lincolnville 1

At Camden Sept. 21, the Schooners sailed to victory over the defending coed league champions. Camden-Rockport led 5-0 at halftime.

Griffin Dubrow scored the lone goal of the game for Lincolnville. Information on Camden-Rockport was unavailable.

Lincolnville 0, Appleton 0 (2 OT)

At Appleton Sept. 19, the Lynx and Wildcats battled to a stalemate.

“The Lynx, although somewhat hampered by the size of the field, still played a fine game, with the defense doing an excellent job of containing the Wildcats’ long ball offense while the Lynx’s ball movement offense generated a number of dangerous tries,” said Lincolnville coach Ben Edes. “While the Appleton booters held a small possession advantage in the first half, the Lynx rebounded well, and the second half played just about even.”

Camden-Rockport 4, Hope 3

At Rockport Sept. 19, the Schooners netted a pair of late goals and sailed past the Hawks.

Brittany Denny and Charlie Pons each scored twice in the win for Camden-Rockport, while Max Welt netted all three goals for Hope.

Evan Constantine minded the net for the Schooners and Aiden Howard for the Hawks.

Lincolnville 3, Vinalhaven 1

At Lincolnville Sept. 17, the Lynx netted a two-goal win over the Vikings. Lincolnville led 1-0 at halftime.

Griffin Dubrow scored two goals and added an assist for Lincolnville, while Jordan Peasley also creased the net in the win.

Lincolnville 5, St. George 0

At Lincolnville Sept. 14, the Lynx netted a shutout win over the Dragons. Lincolnville led 4-0 at halftime.

Leading the Lincolnville offense was Griffin Dubrow (2 goals), Jordan Peasley (goal), Mateo Lachance (goal) and Canyon Palise (goal).

Aiden Aselton, Mikayla Talbot and Peasley all split time in goal for Lincolnville.

Lincolnville 9, South Bristol 0

At South Bristol Sept. 12, the Lynx bested the Blue Devils by a lopsided margin. Lincolnville led 7-0 at halftime.

Leading the Lincolnville offense was Griffin Dubrow (goal), Kara Andrews (goal), Mikayla Talbot (goal), Roo Boetsch (2 goals), Liliana Palise (goal, assist) and Colin Brandy (2 goals).

Aiden Aselton, Mason Clark, Althea Dayhoof and Palise all minded the nets for Lincolnville.

Lincolnville 7, Nobleboro 1

At Nobleboro Sept. 10, the Lynx mauled the Lions and prevailed by a six-goal margin. Lincolnville led 4-1 at halftime.

Leading the Lincolnville offense Jaden Johnson (goal, 2 assists), Jordan Peasley (2 goals, assist), Griffin Dubrow (2 goals, assist), Bailey Curtis (2 assists), Kara Andrews (goal), Mikayla Talbot (goal) and Colin Brandy (assist).

“Overall the game was a promising start to the season for the Lynx who showed a lot of poise while moving the ball very effectively,” said Lincolnville coach Ben Edes. “The young Lion team turned out to be a very game opponent who kept on coming despite the score deficit which bodes well for their future as they gain experience.”