NORTHPORT — The top-ranked Islesboro boys soccer team made quick work of its first two playoff opponents and now the Eagles prepare for the Class D South championship.

The Eagles — a high school coed team who plays in the boys division — kicked off its postseason on Thursday Oct. 28 with a 7-0 win over No. 9 Chop Point of Woolwich at Point Lookout. Then, 24 hours later, the islanders eliminated another talented foe, this time No. 4 Greenville, 2-1 at the same venue.

Islesboro’s Reagan Field. Photo by Holly Vanorse Spicer

With those wins, the Eagles (10-1) earned a berth in the regional final, where they will face No. 3 North Yarmouth Academy (10-4-2) on Tuesday, Nov. 2 at 6:30 p.m. at Messalonskee High School in Oakland.

The Eagles and Panthers did not play each other during the regular season.

The Panthers defeated No. 2 Richmond 2-1 in a semifinal playoff.

Islesboro’s Nathan Waldron. Photo by Holly Vanorse Spicer

The following is a recap of both of Islesboro’s playoff games:

No. 1 Islesboro 2, No. 4 Greenville 1

At Northport Oct. 29, the Eagles got a goal in both halves and soared past the Lakers and onto the regional final. Islesboro held a 1-0 edge at halftime.

Lake Lindelof scored eight minutes into the game off a penalty kick, while Sam Jagger made the score 2-0 in the early stages of the second half. Greenville scored its goal with roughly eight minutes to go.

Robert Conover made eight saves in goal for Islesboro.

No. 1 Islesboro 7, No. 9 Chop Point 0

At Northport Oct. 28, the Eagles made quick work of the Blue Bears and advanced to the next round of the tournament. Islesboro held a 2-0 edge at halftime.

The Eagles were led offensively by Alma Bewsher (2 goals), Gabe Holmes (goal), Charlie Jagger (goal), Sam Jagger (goal), Rio Dubois (goal) and Eoin Kehoe (goal).

Islesboro’s Matt Britton. Photo by Holly Vanorse Spicer

Robert Conover earned the shutout in goal for the Eagles.

The Blue Bears, who defeated No. 8 Temple Academy of Waterville 1-0 in a prelim playoff, saw their season conclude at 5-6-1.

Islesboro’s Julian Kelly. Photo by Holly Vanorse Spicer

Greenville had won two playoffs, as the Lakers beat No. 13 St. Dominic of Auburn 2-1 in the prelims and No. 5 Pine Tree Academy of Freeport 4-1 in the quarterfinals.

Islesboro did not play Greenville, Chop Point or St. Dom’s during the fall campaign, but did outscore PTA 10-0 in three regular-season wins.

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