Waldo County high school soccer squads — namely, Mount View of Thorndike, Belfast and Searsport — have been in recent pitch action, with a mixed bag of results doled out for the Mustangs, Lions and Vikings.

On the boys side on Tuesday, Sept. 21, Mount View remained unbeaten with a 3-1 win over Nokomis of Newport and Belfast came up on the short end of a 10-0 loss against Winslow. Additionally, Searsport defeated Deer Isle-Stonington 6-0 on Monday, Sept. 20.

On the girls side against the same schools on Tuesday, the Mustangs fell 4-0 to the Warriors and Lions prowled to a 2-0 win over the Black Raiders.

The action continued on Wednesday, Sept. 22 as the Lion girls traveled to Waterville and came up on the short end of a 1-0 score.

Then, on Thursday, Sept. 23, Islesboro, a coed team playing in the boys ranks, netted a 2-0 win over Chop Point and the Lion boys a 4-1 win over Waterville. On the girls side, Searsport netted a 2-1 victory over Greenville and the Mustang girls were downed 4-2 by George Stevens Academy of Blue Hill.

The Mount View boys continued their winning ways as they netted a 1-0 win over George Stevens Academy on Friday, Sept. 24.

The following is a recap of reported results:

Boys

Mount View 1, George Stevens Academy 0

At Blue Hill Sept. 24, the Mustangs got the lone goal from Noah Hurd with 21 minutes left in the game and remained undefeated on the season.

Tyler Russell assisted on Hurd’s score for Mount View.

Mount View held a 14-10 edge in shots.

Declan Knowlton made 10 saves in net for the ‘Stangs, while Harrison Walden made four saves in goal for the Eagles.

Islesboro 2, Chop Point 0

At Islesboro Sept. 23, the Eagles prevailed via shutout over the Blue Bears.

Matt Britton and Nathan Waldron netted goals in the win for Islesboro.

Belfast 4, Waterville 1

At Waterville Sept. 23, the Purple Panthers scored first, but the Lions scored often in a three-goal road victory. Belfast held a 2-1 edge at halftime.

Zepherin Leppanen scored two goals for the Lions, while Oliver Tarbox and Jonah Lovejoy also netted scores for the visitors.

Simeon Zeimdz scored for Waterville.

Mount View 3, Nokomis 1

At Newport Sept. 21, the Mustangs remained unbeaten with a two-goal triumph over the Warriors. The game was knotted 1-1 after 40 minutes.

Noah Hurd netted two goals and Draedyn Furrow one, while Furrow, Isaac Widmer, Vern Smith and Nick Finley logged assists for Mount View.

Hunter Simpson creased the net for Nokomis.

The ‘Stangs held a 13-6 advantage in shots and 10-3 edge in corner kicks.

Declan Knowlton made five saves in goal for the visitors and Owen Upton eight saves in net for the hosts.

Winslow 10, Belfast 0

At Winslow Sept. 21, the Black Raiders went on the offensive in a big way and bested the Lions. Winslow led 6-0 at halftime.

Andrew Poulin pumped in five goals to pace the hosts, while Landen Gillis added three and Lucas Boucher and Sam Schmitt one.

The Black Raiders outshot the Lions 23-4 and held a 3-1 advantage in corner kicks.

Elias Howard made 22 saves in net for Belfast, while Winslow’s keeper, whose name was unavailable, made one save.

Searsport 6, Deer Isle-Stonington 0

At Searsport Sept. 20, the Vikings scored early and often in a shutout win over the Mariners. Searsport led 2-0 at halftime.

Josh Wright netted two goals, while Tim Smith, Eli Law, Gage Ellis and Sam Cahill added one for the Vikings.

Wright and Sean Paige shared time and got the shutout in goal for Searsport, while Craig Chase and Luna St. Peter made 19 saves on 32 shots in net for Deer Isle-Stonington.

Girls

George Stevens Academy 4, Mount View 2

At Blue Hill Sept. 23, the Eagles doubled up the visiting Mustangs. All six goals were scored in the first 40 minutes.

Hannah Coolen netted both goals for Mount View, while Ava Nickerson added an assist.

Clementine Bannon scored three goals and Sophie Landrum added two assists for GSA.

Jordan Von Oesen made eight saves on 14 shots in goal for the Mustangs, while Mya Schlidroth made five saves on 14 shots for the Eagles.

“We hit the field down seven starters with only two subs [and] three players thrust into major minutes after only a couple weeks of practice, and the majority of us playing out of position,” said Mount View coach David Page. “But we battled them even all game and the girls all fought to the final whistle. We couldn’t ask for anything more from all the girls on the field, but definitely look forward to getting some bodies back going forward.”

Searsport 2, Greenville 1

At Searsport Sept. 23, the Vikings doubled up the visiting Lakers.

Kyla Perkins scored both goals in the winning effort for Searsport while Lily Nadeau added one assist.

Eva Patrick creased the net for Greenville.

Greenville held a 15-11 advantage in shots, while the opponents attempted two corner kicks.

Ana Lang made 11 saves in goal for the Vikings, while Lexi Bjork made four saves in net for the Lakers.

Waterville 1, Belfast 0

At Waterville Sept. 22, the Purple Panthers netted a shutout win over the visiting Lions.

The lone goal came from Taylor Doane, off an assist from Hannah Hafenecker.

Ada Curry made one save on two shots in net for the Lions, while Phoenix Gatlin made five saves on five shots for the Purple Panthers.

Belfast held a 5-4 edge in corner kicks.

Belfast 2, Winslow 0

At Belfast Sept. 21, the Lions netted a goal in each half and bested the Black Raiders.

Those goals came from Lia Frazee, while Natalie Hamlin added one assist in the victory.

Ada Curry made eight saves on eight shots in goal for Belfast, while Winslow’s keeper, whose name was unavailable, made 12 saves on 14 shots.

The Lions held a 2-0 edge in corner kicks.

Nokomis 4, Mount View 0

At Thorndike Sept. 21, the Mustangs returned to the pitch after a long layoff and were downed at home by the Warriors. Nokomis led 2-0 at halftime.

Keirston Condon netted two goals to lead the visitors, while Kaityln Harris (goal, assist), Sydney King (goal), Piper Hewns (assist) and Autumn Coon (assist) also chipped in for Nokomis.

Giulia Ferrando made 10 saves on 19 shots in net for the ‘Stangs, while Haily Reynolds made three saves on 11 shots in goal for the Warriors.

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