At the midway point of the regular season, Midcoast high school soccer teams continue to bolster their Heal Points and regional standings as they eye potential playoff berths in the coming weeks.

On Tuesday, Sept. 27, Medomak Valley — in addition to the Camden Hills boys — netted wins, and the Searsport girls a victory, while the Vinalhaven and Oceanside girls collected ties in recent days.

Belfast’s Alanna Nichols, left, and Oceanside’s Sophie Vose. Photo by Mark Haskell

The action continued on Wednesday, Sept. 28 as the Camden Hills girls earned a shutout victory over Skowhegan.

On Thursday, Sept. 29, Oceanside netted road wins over Belfast, while Islesboro earned an overtime victory over Pine Tree Academy of Freeport and Searsport boys suffered a shutout loss to Bucksport.

On Saturday, Oct. 1, Medomak Valley earned a split, while Mount View netted wins on a day that featured 10 area teams in action.

The following is a recap of reported results:


Brunswick 3, Camden Hills 1

At Brunswick Oct. 1, the Dragons defended their home lair — on homecoming weekend — and held off the visiting Windjammers. Brunswick led 2-0 at halftime.

Liam Moncrief, Jack Banks and Luke Patterson netted goals in the win for Brunswick, while Charlie Pons scored for Camden Hills, off an assist from Max Welt.

The Windjammers held a 19-9 edge in shots and 5-3 advantage in corner kicks.

Brian Leonard and Avery Left combined for seven saves in net for Camden Hills, while Brady LaForge turned away nine shots in goal for Brunswick.

Moncrief slammed home a rebound after a Brunswick free kick in the early stages of the game, while Banks doubled the Dragons’ cushion when he converted a goal from close range minutes later.

“We had a poor opening 10 minutes today and after that played as well as we have all year,” said Camden Hills coach Ryan Hurley. “You never want to lose, but I feel really good about how we played today and we are moving in the right direction for how we need to play and what we need to do to make a run in the playoffs.”

Medomak Valley 2, Oceanside 0

At Thomaston Oct. 1, the Panthers got a pair of goals late and edged the host Mariners. The game was scoreless after 40 minutes.

Vishal Mellor scored, off an assist from Dima Cheesman, with 13:17 remaining, while Kristian Schumann converted a penalty kick with under five minutes to play to put the game out of reach for the hosts.

Medomak Valley held a 16-4 edge in shots.

Taygan McAllister made 10 saves in goal for the Mariners and Eli Pluecker four saves in net for the Panthers.

Mount View 7, Lawrence 1

At Fairfield Oct. 1, the Mustangs went on the offensive and galloped past the Bulldogs. Mount View led 4-1 at halftime.

Noah Hurd netted a hat trick for the Mustangs and added one assist, while Vern Smith (goal, assist), Tanner Oathout (goal, assist), Stewart Knowlton (goal), Wyatt Evensen (goal), Ryan Oliver (assist) and Isaac Widmer (assist) also chipped in on offense.

Parker Bailey scored the lone goal for the Bulldogs.

Mount View held a 16-2 edge in shots.

Widmer made one save in goal for the Mustangs, while Josh Harriet made seven saves in net for the Bulldogs.

Chop Point 2, Islesboro 0

At Islesboro Sept. 30, the Blue Bears bested the islanders by a two-goal margin.

Simon Wilkinson and Elie Lenelin netted goals in the win for Chop Point.

“My hat is off to Chop Point’s coach [David Wilkinson] and his strategy,” said Islesboro coach Rob McHugh. “His use of new faces in new positions, two very solid backs and bunkering down after their first goal proved effective. We love playing Chop Point, it’s always competitive and cordial, but beating them for a sixth time in a row between last year and today was not in the cards. Congrats to them on their win.”

Oceanside 7, Belfast 1

At Belfast Sept. 29, the Mariners put a goal in the net 70 seconds into the contest and never trailed en route to a road win over the Lions. Oceanside led 4-0 after 40 minutes.

Hayden Jacques netted three goals and added three assists in the win for the Mariners, while Melvin Sermeno, Aiden Willis, Alex Bartlett and Dylan Chiaramonte added one score for the visitors. Lincoln Outerbridge had the lone tally for the Lions.

Oceanside’s Hayden Jacques, left, and Belfast’s Matteo Medici. Photo by Mark Haskell

Oceanside held a 21-6 advantage in shots and 2-1 edge in corner kicks.

Taygan McAllister turned away five shots in net for the Mariners, while Brogan McAvoy made four saves in goal for the Lions.

“I was happy to see Hayden get the hat trick,” said Oceanside coach Travis Doughty. “He’s worked so hard for us. He really deserved to get those goals. If there’s any kid in any sport I’ve ever coached, he’s the model player. Always there, always goes hard and is an all-around great kid. Overall it was a great showing tonight and things are looking up.”

Islesboro 4, Pine Tree Academy 3 (OT)

At Islesboro Sept. 29, the Eagles got the game-winning goal from Toby Conover as the hosts eased past the Breakers in extra time. The game was knotted 2-2 at halftime.

Toby Conover scored two goals for Islesboro, while Matt Britton and Nate Waldron added one.

Waldron gave the Eagles a 3-2 lead with two minutes to play before the Breakers benefited from an own-goal with 10 seconds left — which tied the score — as a punt by goalie Robert Conover deflected off a PTA player and into the Islesboro net.

That set the stage for Toby Conover’s game-winner in OT.

Medomak Valley 3, Belfast 0

At Waldoboro Sept. 27, the Panthers scored 15 seconds into the contest, which is all the hosts needed in a shutout of the Lions. Medomak Valley held a 1-0 edge at halftime.

Medomak Valley’s Dima Cheesman, left, and Belfast’s Alden Leonard. Photo by Mark Haskell

Vishal Mellor, Nevan Power and Juan Carlson creased the net in the win for Medomak Valley.

The Panthers held an 11-4 edge in shots.

Eli Pluecker made four saves in net for the hosts and Brogan McAvoy eight stops in goal for the visitors.

Camden Hills 4, Skowhegan 0

At Skowhegan Sept. 27, the Windjammers netted a pair of goals in each half to sail past the host River Hawks.

Lucas Moody (goal), Jasper Hackett (goal), Roan Aldridge-Peacock (goal), Cam Brown (goal) and Max Welt (2 assists) led the Camden Hills offense on the afternoon.

Camden Hills outshot Skowhegan 30-4 and held a 7-1 advantage in corner kicks.

Brian Leonard earned the shutout in net for the Windjammers, while Orion Dickinson made 15 saves in goal for the River Hawks.

Belfast’s Firdavskhon Babaev. Photo by Mark Haskell

Washington Academy 6, Mount View 3

At Thorndike Sept. 27, the Raiders pulled away from the Mustangs in the second half and doubled up the hosts. Washington Academy held a 3-2 edge at halftime.

Noah Hurd and Vern Smith each had one goal and one assist to lead the Mustangs, while Wyatt Evensen added one goal and Tyler Russell one assist.

For the Raiders, Coleton Whitney tallied three goals, while Eli Appleby, Ken Simons and Narraraii Komiko each added one.

Washington Academy held a 22-8 edge in shots, while Isaac Widmer made 16 saves for Mount View.


Oceanside 1, Medomak Valley 0 (2OTs)

At Waldoboro Oct. 1, the Mariners got the game-winning goal with 1:37 to play in the second overtime from Ava Philbrook as the Mariners netted an exciting win over the rival Panthers.

Oceanside held a 9-8 edge in shots, while Medomak Valley led 5-2 in corner kicks.

Addison McCormick made eight saves in goal for the Panthers, while Jillian Barnard made nine saves in net for the Mariners.

Mount View 2, Lawrence 0

At Thorndike Oct. 1, the Mustangs penned in the visiting Bulldogs. Mount View held a 1-0 edge at halftime.

Ezra Holt and Lucy Dennison creased the net in the win for the Mustangs, while Emily Richards and Kayleigh Dunton logged assists.

Jordan VonOesen made four saves on eight shots in net for Mount View, while Zoe Hutchins made 10 saves on 18 shots in goal for Lawrence.

“We changed things up a bit today to try and get the offense jump started,” said Mount View coach David Page. “And we created more opportunities and got both goals from new sources. A win’s a win and, although it wasn’t worth a lot of Heal Points, it was good to get back on track heading into a busy week.”

Brunswick 2, Camden Hills 1

At Brunswick Oct. 1, the Dragons remained undefeated on the season and edged the Windjammers. Brunswick led 1-0 at halftime.

Alexis Morin (goal), Molly Tefft (goal) and Hannah Lay (assist) led the Brunswick offense, while Sydney Stone (goal) scored for Camden Hills.

Camden Hills held a 10-5 edge in shots and 7-4 advantage in corner kicks.

Madelyn Tohanczyn made four saves in goal for the Windjammers, while the Dragon goalie, whose name was unavailable, made six saves.

“We played very well,” said Camden Hills coach Meredith Messer. “We made their defense work very hard and served the ball very well. We are improving and staying focused on playing a full 80 minutes at our best.”

Oceanside 3, Belfast 1

At Belfast Sept. 29, the Mariners got a pair of late goals from Ava Philbrook, which proved the difference in a two-goal win over the Lions. The squads were tied 1-1 at halftime.

Oceanside’s Ava Philbrook, right, and Belfast’s Maggie Metcalf. Photo by Mark Haskell

Philbrook netted three goals in the win for Oceanside and Aubrianna Hoose added an assist, while Maggie Metcalf scored, off an assist from Alanna Nichols, to key Belfast.

Oceanside held a 19-2 edge in shots and 5-1 advantage in corner kicks.

Jillian Barnard made two saves in net for the Mariners and Morgan Curtis eight saves in goal for the Lions.

Camden Hills 7, Skowhegan 0

At Rockport Sept. 28, the Windjammers sailed past the visiting River Hawks and emerged with a shutout victory. Camden Hills led 4-0 after 40 minutes of play.

Britta Denny netted three goals on the afternoon — her fourth time this season she had scored at least three goals in a game — while Lea Zwecker (goal), Kara Andrews (goal), Maya Stone (goal), Sydney Stone (goal, assist), Brenna Mackey (2 assists) and Amelia Johnson (assist) also chipped in offensively for Camden Hills.

The Windjammers held a 22-2 edge in shots and 5-0 advantage in corner kicks.

Maddy Tohanczyn got the shutout in net for the hosts.

Medomak Valley 2, Belfast 0

At Belfast Sept. 27, the Panthers netted a goal in each half and shut out the host Lions. Medomak Valley led 1-0 after 40 minutes.

Sara Nelson and Haley Blake pumped in goals for the visitors.

Medomak Valley held a 7-2 advantage in shots and 6-1 edge in corner kicks.

Addison McCormick made two saves in net for the Panthers and Morgan Curtis six saves in goal for the Lions.

Medomak Valley’s Mason Nguyen. Photo by Mark Haskell

Searsport 3, Lee Academy 2

At Searsport Sept. 27, the Vikings edged the Pandas en route to a one-goal victory.

Lily Nadeau scored two goals and Kiara Krumbholz one, while Willow Law added an assist for Searsport.

Emma Hesseltine and Ari Chandonait scored goals for Lee Academy.

Searsport outshot Lee Academy 22-15, while Josh Brogdon made 14 saves in net for the Vikings and Hesseltine and Harmony Vermazani made nine saves in net for the Pandas.

Vinalhaven 1, Pine Tree Academy 1 (2OTs)

At Vinalhaven Sept. 27, the Vikings and Breakers battled to a stalemate after two 40-minute halves and two five-minute overtimes. Vinalhaven led 1-0 at halftime.

Gracey Warren scored for Vinalhaven, off an assist from Makayla Boody, while Lydia Wentworth made 12 saves in net for the islanders.

Washington Academy 2, Mount View 1

At Thorndike Sept. 26, the Raiders doubled the hosts and collected the victory. WA led 1-0 at halftime.

Emily Richards scored a late goal to pace the Mount View offense, while Cora Sanchez and Merel Rieu creased the net for Washington Academy.

Jordan VonOesen made four saves on 10 shots in goal for the Mustangs, while Virginia Austin and Laura Verge combined to make 10 saves on 14 shots in net for the Raiders.

Oceanside 0, Winslow 0 (2OTs)

At Thomas College in Waterville Sept. 26, the Mariners and Black Raiders battled to a scoreless draw.

Oceanside outshot Winslow 21-5 and held 5-1 edge in corner kicks.

Jillian Barnard made five saves in net for the Mariners, while Isabella Fleury made 19 saves in goal for the Black Raiders.

Temple Academy 4, Vinalhaven 0

At Waterville Sept. 24, the Bereans blanked the visiting Vikings. Temple Academy led 3-0 at halftime.

Dixie Szabo scored twice and Mia Fitzpatrick once to lead Temple Academy’s offense.

The Bereans held a 26-3 advantage in shots and 3-0 edge in corner kicks.

Lydia Wentworth made 22 saves in goal for the islanders, while Karissa DeWitt made three saves in net for the hosts.

Searsport 3, Greenville 1

At Greenville Sept. 23, the Vikings collected a two-goal triumph over the host Lakers.

Kenzie Tripp netted two goals for the winners and Lily Nadeau one, while Willow Law added one assist for Searsport.

Lakely St. Jean scored for Greenville.

Greenville held a 15-13 edge in shots.

Josh Bragdon made 14 saves in goal for the Vikings, while Cayleigh Hall made seven saves in net for the Lakers.

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