The soccer pitch has been white hot as area high school teams looked to pad their win columns with the end of the regular season in sight.

Games have been played most recent days, including over the weekend, Friday and Saturday, Oct. 7-8.

On Tuesday, Oct. 4, on the girls side, Camden Hills of Rockport earned a win at home and Medomak Valley of Waldoboro suffered a loss on the road, while, on the boys side, Oceanside of Rockland and Medomak Valley collected wins and the Windjammers were dealt a one-goal defeat. Belfast also fell short against the Mariners.

Oceanside’s Aubri Hoose loses her footing and slips to the ground near the ball against Belfast on Oct. 5 in high school girls soccer in Thomaston. Photo by Ken Waltz

Additionally, the Mount View girls played George Stevens Academy of Blue Hill back-to-back Monday and Tuesday, Oct. 3-4 as the Mustangs lost in overtime Monday at Thorndike and again at Blue Hill Tuesday.

Camden Hills’ Mac Pierce, front, among others. Photo by Mark Haskell

Two games were on the docket for area teams on Wednesday, Oct. 5 as the Oceanside girls netted a shutout win over visiting Belfast, while the Mount View and George Stevens Academy boys played to a double-overtime tie.

Oceanside’s Martina Straka. Photo by Ken Waltz

On Thursday, Oct. 6, Camden Hills emerged victorious over Oxford Hills of South Paris, while the Mount View girls and Medomak Valley boys also netted victories.

On Friday, Oct. 7, the Islesboro, Searsport and Belfast boys emerged victorious, as did the Islesboro boys and the Camden Hills and Oceanside girls on Saturday, Oct. 8.

The following is a recap of reported results:

Girls

Oceanside 3, Erskine Academy 0

At Thomaston Oct. 8, the Mariners shut out the Eagles on their home field.

Ava Philbrook, Aubri Hoose and Laiken Parent netted goals for the winners, while Philbrook added two assists and Audrey Mackie one.

Oceanside held a 14-2 edge in shots and 5-3 edge in corner kicks.

Jillian Barnard made four saves in goal for the hosts and Sophia Pilotte nine saves in net for the visitors.

Camden Hills 9, Edward Little 2

At Auburn Oct. 8, the Windjammers sailed to a lopsided win over the Red Eddies.

Camden Hills was led offensively by Britta Denny with four goals, while Leah Snyder added three goals and Maddie Tohanczyn and Brenna Mackey one. Gabby Gerry netted goals for Edward Little.

Camden Hills held a 19-3 edge in shots and 7-2 advantage in corner kicks.

Gardiner 2, Medomak Valley 1

At Waldoboro Oct. 7, the Tigers doubled the Panthers and emerged with a road win. The game was knotted 1-1 at halftime.

Haley Chandler netted the lone goal for the Panthers, while Sophia Marrone had scores for the Tigers.

Gardiner held an 11-10 edge in shots, while Medomak Valley held a 3-2 advantage in corner kicks.

Addison McCormick made eight saves in goal for the hosts, while Gardiner’s keeper, whose name was unavailable, also made eight stops.

Camden Hills 4, Oxford Hills 1

At South Paris Oct. 6, the Windjammers prevailed by three goals over the host Vikings. Camden Hills held a 1-0 edge at halftime.

Britta Denny, Izzy DeBrosky, Leah Snyder and Brenna Mackey scored for the visitors, while Denny added two assists and Maddy Tohanczyn and Amelia Johnson one.

Camden Hills held a 22-6 advantage in shots.

“Our offense was in sync for the entire game,” said Windjammer coach Meredith Messer. “Finding seams and getting good quality shots off. We had three shots that hit or just went over the crossbar. Maddy Tohanczyn was very solid in goal and the defense limited shots inside the 18 [-yard line].”

Temple Academy 5, Searsport 4 (OT)

At Waterville Oct. 7, the Bereans broke past the Vikings in overtime and emerged with a one-goal win.

Kenzie Tripp, Lily Nadeau, Jayvee Stone and Cara Toothaker scored goals in the tough-luck loss for Searsport, while Tripp added one assist.

Mount View 1, Washington Academy 0

At East Machias Oct. 6, the Mustangs got the lone goal from Emily Richards in the 14th minute and galloped to a shutout victory.

“Our back-line rotation was amazing tonight,” said Mount View coach David Page. “Kelsea Doughty, Kayleigh Dunton, Belle Holt, Olivia Kirby, Maddie Roux and Ilsa Petrak did an outstanding job of closing down space and not allowing them any room throughout the game. But it definitely was a team win. We got the goal and then hounded them all over the field. These were big points towards the playoffs, but we still have work to do to get there.”

Jordan VonOesen made two saves on five shots in net for the ‘Stangs, while Virginia Austin made three saves on seven shot in goal for the Raiders.

Oceanside 4, Belfast 0

At Thomaston Oct. 5, the Mariners emerged with a shutout victory over the visiting Lions.

Belfast’s Morgan Tolliver, left, along with Oceanside’s Sophie Vose and Aubri Hoose. Photo by Ken Waltz

Ava Philbrook netted three goals in the victory for the Mariners, while Audrey Mackie added one goal and Sara White an assist.

Oceanside held a 15-1 edge in shots and 10-1 advantage in corner kicks.

Jillian Barnard earned the shutout in net for the hosts and Story Carlson made 10 saves in goal for the visitors.

Camden Hills 4, Mount Ararat 0

At Rockport Oct. 4, the Windjammers blanked the Eagles on their home field. Camden Hills held a 1-0 edge after 40 minutes.

Britta Denny netted a pair of goals for Camden Hills, while Brenna Mackey and Rose Tohanczyn also scored and Denny, Izzy DeBrosky and Leah Snyder logged assists.

The Windjammers led 15-2 in shots, while the opponents attempted one corner kick.

Maddie Tohanczyn earned the shutout in net for the hosts.

“The girls played very well,” said Camden Hills coach Meredith Messer. “The second half we were able to make the adjustments we needed to make offensively to finish better. Britta Denny did a wonderful job finishing as well as setting up her teammates. Kara Andrews was outstanding at midfield yesterday seeing space and serving the ball. This is a tough week with a lot of [Heal] Points available. The team has responded well to the first challenge of three this week.”

Oceanside’s Natalie Hitz, left, and Belfast’s Esme Dechamps. Photo by Ken Waltz

Maranacook 2, Medomak Valley 0

At Readfield Oct. 4, the Black Bears kept the Panthers off the board and emerged with a two-goal victory. Maranacook led 1-0 at halftime.

Phoebe Bell and Natalie Mohlar creased the net for Maranacook.

The Black Bears held a 14-9 edge in shots and 4-0 advantage in corner kicks.

Addison McCormick made 11 saves in goal for the visitors, while Kaleigh Kubicki made two saves in net for the hosts.

Belfast’s Alanna Nichols, left, and Oceanside’s Nina Black. Photo by Ken Waltz

George Stevens Academy 5, Mount View 0

At Blue Hill Oct. 4, playing their second game against the Eagles in as many days, the Mustangs were penned in and shut out by the hosts. GSA led 1-0 at halftime.

“We expended a lot of emotion and energy getting back into the game Monday and when they got that second goal in the second half, it completely took the wind out of our sails. We’re battling for a playoff spot so hopefully we can get the energy back up for Thursday at Washington Academy.”

Halle Clifford scored a pair of goals for GSA, while Sophie Landrum, Nora Spratt and Dell Davis added one each.

Jordan VonOesen made seven saves on 19 shots for Mount View and Mya Schlidroth four saves on nine shots for GSA.

From left, Belfast’s Iris Carpenter, Story Carlson and Erin Robbins. Photo by Ken Waltz

George Stevens Academy 4, Mount View 3 (OT)

At Thorndike Oct. 3, the Eagles got the game-winning score in overtime and edged the Mustangs. GSA led 2-0 at halftime.

Emily Richards netted three goals for Mount View while Kayleigh Dunton and Maddie Roux logged assists, while Halle Clifford scored two for GSA and Nora Spratt and Logan Townsend one.

The game was tied 2-2 with just over a minute to play before Richards gave Mount View a 3-2 lead. Townsend earned the equalizer for GSA with 36 seconds to play to force OT.

“Easily the most exciting game of the season,” said Mount View coach David Page. “We just expended so much energy getting back in it and take the lead that the goal at the end of regulation just took it out of us. We’ve got to learn to put games away and that will come with experience. But, the girls battled right to the finish and I’m proud of the effort they put in to get back in it.”

Jordan VonOesen made six saves on 12 shots in goal for Mount View, while Mya Schlidroth made 11 saves on 23 shots in net for GSA.

Boys

Belfast 2, Waterville 1

At Belfast Oct. 7, the Lions doubled up the Purple Panthers and emerged with a one-score win. Belfast held a 2-0 advantage after 40 minutes.

Lincoln Outerbridge and Holden Nichols netted goals for Belfast, while Garrett Gendreau scored for Waterville.

Belfast held a 15-14 edge in shots, while the teams attempted two corner kicks.

Jeremiah Porter made four saves in goal for the Lions, as did Cameron Murphy for the Purple Panthers.

Oceanside 1, Erskine Academy 1 (2OTs)

At Thomaston Oct. 8, the Mariners and Eagles battled to a stalemate after two 40-minute halves and two five-minute overtimes. The game was scoreless at halftime.

Harrison Garcia netted a penalty kick goal to pace Oceanside, while Noah Crommett creased the net for Erskine Academy.

Taygan McAllister made eight saves in goal for the hosts.

“We are slowly getting guys back and we are seeing results,” said Oceanside coach Travis Doughty. “This year has been tough. We missed half our starters with injuries. Our play today was much better. Erskine [Academy] is a tough group year in and year out.”

Islesboro 6, Greater Portland Christian 0

At Portland Oct. 8, the islanders went on the road and returned to the Midcoast with a shutout win over the Lions. Islesboro held a 2-0 edge at halftime.

Matt Britton netted a hat trick in the win for the Eagles, while Harper Conover, Tobias Conover and Matt Waldron also scored goals.

Robert Conover got the shutout in net for Islesboro.

Edward Little 2, Camden Hills 1

At Rockport Oct. 8, the Red Eddies doubled up the host Windjammers. The opponents were tied 1-1 at halftime.

Max Welt scored the lone goal for Camden Hills, while Mohamed Adow and Campbell Cassidy netted scores for Edward Little.

The Windjammers held a 15-7 edge in shots and 6-3 advantage in corner kicks.

Brian Leonard made five saves in goal for Camden Hills, while Eli St. Laurent made six stops in net for Edward Little.

“We played exceptionally today and once again didn’t come away with the result we felt we deserved,” said Camden Hills coach Ryan Hurley. “Credit to EL, they played well and their all-star caliber players made the difference today. While our four losses have been tough to swallow they have, in fact, been a gift. We have had a preview of what we need to do to get to a state final and we will make some corrections that will hopefully make the difference when it matters most.”

Searsport 4, Temple Academy 0

At Waterville Oct. 7, the Vikings netted a shutout win over the Bereans.

Gage Ellis scored a pair of goals for the Vikings and added one assist, while Ravon Carbisiero and Tim Smith added one score and Ashton Ellis two assists for SDHS.

Washington Academy 11, Mount View 4

At East Machias Oct. 7, the Raider offense put up gaudy numbers in a lopsided win over the ‘Stangs. Washington Academy led 4-1 at halftime.

Noah Hurd scored four goals for Mount View, while Washington Academy was keyed by Coleton Whitney (3 goals), Nazaraii Korniiko (3 goals), Unai Reino (goal), Zaedyn Phipott (3 goals) and Omari Levon (goal).

Washington Academy led 37-18 in shots, while Mount View led 3-1 in corner kicks.

Isaac Widmer made 21 saves in net for the Mustangs, while Ethan Cates made 14 saves in goal for the Raiders.

Islesboro 5, Pine Tree Academy 0

At Freeport Oct. 7, the islanders bested the Breakers and prevailed via shutout. Islesboro held a 2-0 edge at halftime.

Matt Britton had a hat trick in the win for Islesboro, while Harper Conover and Tobias Conover each added scores.

Robert Conover got the shutout in net for the Eagles.

Medomak Valley 3, Gardiner 1

At Gardiner Oct. 6, the Panthers prowled to a two-goal win over the Tigers. Medomak Valley led 2-1 at halftime.

Vishal Mellor netted two goals for the visitors and Slavik Moody one, while Moody, Dima Cheesman and Juan Carlson logged assists. Zachary Reed scored for the hosts, off an assist from Chase Kanaris.

“After a slow start to the season [0-5] we have made some adjustments and the boys are embracing their roles with the team and beginning to contribute at a higher level,” said Panther coach Brian Campbell. “This hard work has paid off as we have gone 5-1-1 in our last seven games.”

Medomak Valley held a 10-9 edge in shots. Eli Pluecker made eight saves in goal for the Panthers and Patrick Mansir seven saves in net for Gardiner.

Camden Hills 10, Oxford Hills 0

At Rockport Oct. 6, the Windjammers scored early and often and sailed to a double-digit win over the Vikings. Camden Hills held a 6-0 halftime edge.

The Windjammer offense was paced by Cam Brown (4 goals, assist), Max Welt (goal), Colby Bennett (goal), Charlie Pons (goal, assist), Finley Fitch (goal), Mac Pierce (goal), Quinn Riordan (goal) and Evan Constantine (assist).

Camden Hills attempted 18 shots and seven corner kicks, while Brian Leonard got the shutout in net for the hosts.

Winslow 4, Oceanside 0

At Thomaston Oct. 6, the Black Raiders invaded Sam Pendleton Field and emerged with a shutout victory. Winslow held a 1-0 edge at halftime.

Andrew Poulin netted three goals in the win for Winslow, while Brandon Nadeau added one goal and one assist.

A pair of eights, Camden Hills’ Finlay Fitch, right, and Oxford Hills’ Jack Bessette. Photo by Mark Haskell

Mount View 2, George Stevens Academy 2 (2OTs)

At Blue Hill Oct. 5, the Mustangs and Eagles battled to a stalemate after two 40-minute halves and two five-minute overtimes. The game was scoreless at the end of 40 minutes.

Noah Hurd netted scores for the ‘Stangs and Tyler Russell added one assist, while Solomon Haggerty and Reed Pambianco scored goals for GSA and Ben Baldwin added one assist.

Medomak Valley 3, Maranacook 1

At Waldoboro Oct. 4, the Panthers got an insurance goal with seconds left on the clock and bested the Black Bears. Medomak Valley led 1-0 at halftime.

Morgan Waltz, Slavic Moody and Vishal Mellor netted goals in the win for the hosts, while Liam Belyea added two assists. Seth Dunphy scored early in the second half to pace Maranacook.

The Panthers held a 15-4 advantage in shots.

Eli Pluecker made three saves in net for Medomak Valley and Maranacook’s keeper, whose name was unavailable, made nine saves in goal.

Oceanside 4, Belfast 0

At Thomaston Oct. 4, the Mariners sailed past the Lions for their second win of the campaign. Oceanside led 1-0 at halftime.

Bartlett keyed the Oceanside offense with a three-goal effort, while Eliott Trott added one goal and Melvin Sermeno one assist.

Taygan McAllister got the shutout in net for Oceanside with four saves, while Brogan McAvoy made 16 saves in goal for Belfast.

The Mariners held a 29-4 advantage in shots and 10-1 edge in corner kicks.

“We got quality minutes from our young guys again today,” said Oceanside coach Travis Doughty. “We have only had two games at full strength [and] right now we are missing five starters. If we can get healthy, we will be fighting for a playoff spot. Right now we are one spot out [and] we need to finish strong.”

Mount Ararat 2, Camden Hills 1

At Topsham Oct. 4, the Eagles celebrated senior night in style and emerged with a one-goal win over the Windjammer. The opponents were deadlocked 1-1 after 40 minutes.

Lucas Moody scored the lone goal for Camden Hills, off an assist from Max Welt, while Ben Therriault and Nick Picard netted goals for Mount Ararat.

The Windjammers held a 19-4 edge in shots and 10-4 in corner kicks.

Brian Leonard made five saves in net for the visitors and Jacob Fullerton 12 stops in goal for the hosts.

“We were a little unlucky tonight and also lost concentration for just a moment and that was the difference in the game,” said Windjammer coach Ryan Hurley. “We actually played exceptionally well, but for the second game in a row didn’t get the result we felt we deserved. This is a really great team and with the toughest schedule in the conference, if not the state even, we believe we will be ready to use these games to make a deep run in the playoffs.”

The Eagles scored five minutes into the contest off a goal from 20 yards that deflected off a diving Leonard to put the hosts up early, but the Windjammers got a goal from Moody — played into the net off a Welt corner kick — to knot the score.

Down a player for much of the second half after a red card, the Eagles got the game-winner from Picard with 10 minutes left to net the win.

MaineStay Media/VillageSoup sports staff can be reached by email at sports@villagesoup.com.