High school soccer season kicked off Friday and Saturday, Sept. 2-3 for Midcoast teams, which resulted in a mixed bag of results for squads.

On Saturday, Mount View of Thorndike squads collected wins over Lawrence of Fairfield, while the Camden Hills of Rockport boys bested Lewiston and Belfast boys were edged by Nokomis of Newport.

Medomak Valley’s Kytana Williamson. Photo by Holly Vanorse Spicer

On Friday, the Medomak Valley of Waldoboro and Oceanside of Rockland boys fell by one goal against Morse of Bath and Lincoln Academy of Newcastle, while the Camden Hills girls rolled to a lopsided victory over Lewiston. Additionally, Searsport, Oceanside, Medomak Valley and Belfast girls also were dealt losses by Sumner of Sullivan, Lincoln Academy, Morse and Nokomis.

The following is a recap of reported results:

Girls soccer  

Mount View 3, Lawrence 0

At Fairfield Sept. 3, the Mustangs went on the road and galloped past the host Bulldogs.

Maddie Roux, Emily Richards and Emma Hurd netted goals in the win for the ‘Stangs, while Ezra Holt added an assist.

Jordan VonOesen made five saves on six shots in goal for Mount View, while Zoe Hutchins made 11 saves on 22 shots in net for Lawrence.

“While we started a bit sluggish in the first half, we took over and controlled the ball and play in the second half,” said Mount View coach David Page. “We started connecting strings of passes together and finding the gaps in their defense. We have a lot of younger players up front and missed several opportunities, but that’ll come with experience and composure. But, we’re pleased with the way we controlled play and it was an excellent start to the season.”

Camden Hills 10, Lewiston 0  

At Rockport Sept. 2, the Windjammers prevailed by double-digits in a shutout of the Blue Devils. Camden Hills led 6-0 at halftime.

Britta Denny and Leah Snyder led the Windjammer offense with four goals, while Amelia Johnson and Darian Langille added one. Denny also had one assist, while Izzy DeBrosky added two and Kara Andrews and Grace Wesbrock one.

Camden Hills held a 19-1 edge in shots and 4-0 advantage in corner kicks.

Madeline Tohanczyn got the shutout in net for the Windjammers.

Camden Hills’ Hannah Christie. Photo by Ken Waltz

Sumner 3, Searsport 2 (OT) 

At Sullivan Sept. 2, the Tigers received the game-winning goal less than a minute into overtime and bested the Vikings.

Lily Nadeau had a goal and assist in the losing effort for Searsport, while Mykenzie Tripp also creased the net for the visitors.

Brooklyn Newenham scored a pair for Sumner, while Rhiannon Sargent scored the game-winner in OT.

Josh Bragdon made 19 saves on 24 shots in net for the Vikings, while Kali McLean made six saves on 14 shots in goal for the Tigers.

Morse 1, Medomak Valley 0  

At Waldoboro Sept. 2, the Panthers were shut out on their home pitch by the Shipbuilders. The squads were scoreless after 40 minutes.

Macie Jayne Shiers scored the lone goal in the second half for Morse.

The Shipbuilders held an 18-11 advantage in shots and 2-1 in corner kicks, while the Panthers held a 7-6 edge in direct kicks.

Addison McCormick made 15 saves in net for Medomak Valley, while Riley Walters made nine saves in goal for Morse.

Medomak Valley’s Scarlett Flint. Photo by Holly Vanorse Spicer

Lincoln Academy 3, Oceanside 2  

At Thomaston Sept. 2, the Eagles scored the first three goals and outlasted a late charge from the Mariners.

Sara White and Ava Philbrook netted goals for Oceanside, while Marley Lebel, Bronwen Coffin and Ava Lord scored for Lincoln Academy.

Oceanside’s Ava Philbrook. Photo by Ken Waltz

The Mariners held a 17-15 edge in shots and 4-1 advantage in corner kicks.

Jillian Barnard made 11 saves in net for the hosts, while Jillian Chadwick made 12 saves in goal for the visitors.

“It was a battle,” said first-year Oceanside coach Nate Gorman. “Great first game. We hit the crossbar, the post and had lots of chances. They were a real good team [and] we are up-and-coming.”

Nokomis 3, Belfast 2

At Newport Sept. 2, the Warriors overcame a two-goal deficit and edged the visiting Lions. Belfast held a 2-1 edge after 40 minutes of play.

Natalie Hamlin and Ariana Evans creased the net in the tough-luck loss for Belfast, while names of goal scorers for Nokomis were unavailable.

Belfast held an 8-6 edge in shots, while Nokomis grabbed a 5-3 advantage in corner kicks.

Morgan Curtis made four saves for the Lions, while Hope Brooks made two saves for the Warriors.

Boys soccer  

Mount View 3, Lawrence 0

At Thorndike Sept. 3, the Mustangs blanked the visiting Bulldogs in the first game of the regular season for both squads. Mount View held a 2-0 edge at halftime.

Noah Hurd netted a pair of goals in the win for the ‘Stangs, while Vernon Smith added one goal and Nick Cobb one assist.

Isaac Widmer made six saves on six shots for Mount View, “including a spectacular save on a free kick where he hit the post after,” said Mustang coach Jeremy Von Oesen. Josh Harriet made eight saves in net for Lawrence.

Medomak Valley’s Luke Cheesman (12), among another, waits for the throw-in. Photo by Holly Vanorse Spicer

Nokomis 6, Belfast 5

At Belfast Sept. 3, the Warriors broke a 5-5 tie with 1:17 left on the clock and edged the host Lions. The game was knotted 1-1 at halftime before the opponents went on the offensive over the final 40 minutes.

Holden Nichols and Brigham Graf scored two goals for Belfast and Miles Tolliver one, while Connor Sides led Nokomis with a pair of scores.

Belfast held a 22-8 edge in shots and 5-3 advantage in corner kicks.

Minh Ha made three saves in net for the Lions, while Braden Kurt made five saves in goal for the Warriors.

Medomak Valley’s Nevan Power, front. Photo by Holly Vanorse Spicer

Lincoln Academy 3, Oceanside 2  

At Newcastle Sept. 2, the Eagles edged the Mariners in a tightly-contested season-opener for the opponents.

Lucas Houghton netted a pair of goals for Lincoln Academy and Jack Duncan one, while Melvin Sermano and Alex Bartlett scored for Oceanside and Quinten Kruger added one assist.

Harrison Garcia made seven saves in goal for the Mariners.

“We are very young,” said Oceanside coach Travis Doughty. “Half our starters are sophomores and freshmen and it was good to see them battle the whole 80 minutes at the varsity level. LA has a good group. We will be right in the thick of things in ‘B’ North. I couldn’t be any more proud of the boys effort tonight.”

Morse 3, Medomak Valley 2  

At Bath Sept. 2, the Shipbuilders did enough to edge the visiting Panthers. Morse held a 2-1 advantage at halftime.

Mohamedi Ngido netted a goal and assisted on a scored by Luke Cheesman for Medomak Valley, while Manasse Mukungilwa, Ben Foreman and Exaucee Namwira creased the net for Morse and Nawmira and Santiago Zaidiza added assists.

Eli Pluecker made five saves in goal for Medomak Valley, while Waylon Rhorer made eight saves in net for Morse.

Camden Hills 2, Lewiston 1

At Lewiston Sept. 2, the Windjammers open the campaign in style with two goals in the first minute to down the always tough Blue Devils. Cam Brown scored the Windjammer goals.

Brown scored a mere seven seconds into the contest after he picked off a pass from the Lewiston defense and played a nice one-two pass with teammate Charlie Pons (assist) before Brown drilled a ball into the back left corner of the net.

After a brief Lewiston foray into Camden Hills’ half of the field, Avery Hackett stepped hard to a ball and played a through-ball to Brown, who snuck between Blue Devil defenders and slammed a volley by the onrushing goaltender.

“A mere 70 seconds into the game the Windjammers were overjoyed and the Blue Devils were stunned,” said Camden Hills coach Ryan Hurley.

Play was fairly even for the remainder of the contest as Lewiston’s Mohamed Gabow got a score back on a goalmouth scramble eight minutes into the second half.

The Windjammers played stout team defense the remainder of the game to earn significant Heal Points to start the season.

Lewiston outshot Camden Hills 15-12, while the opponents had six corner kicks.

Brian Leonard completed his first varsity game with 10 saves in net for the Windjammers, while counterpart Payson Goyette finished with eight saves.

“We put in a great performance today and came away with a huge victory,” Hurley said. “The boys played very mentally tough and stayed together in attack and in defense. We didn’t 100 percent play the way we hope to be playing at the end of the season in possession, but any time you get a win against the Blue Devils you have to enjoy it. Lewiston should win most of their games and that should really help us in the Heal Point calculations. I’m really happy for the boys that all their hard work in preseason showed today.”

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