ROCKPORT – Kayla Carleton scored off of a Erika Johnson assist with 3:23 left in regulation to lift Camden Hills to a 1-0 high school girls soccer win over Maine Central Institute of Pittsfield Monday.
Kerry Gross blocked all four shots she faced for the 4-7 Windjammers.
Bianca Asaro made six saves on 10 shots for the 4-5-1 Huskies.
George Stevens 5, Orono 1
At Blue Hill, Laura Overton scored two goals to lead George Stevens Academy to the win.
Alida Peake scored a goal and provided two assists for the 9-1-1 Eagles. Winslow Brokaw and Emily Peak both added a goal and Maddi Park had an assist. Kayla Eaton stopped nine of 10 shots.
Emily Balaban-Garber scored on a direct kick for 7-3-1 Orono. Brittney Pinkham made 10 saves on 20 shots.
JV: George Stevens 8-2
Medomak Valley 3, Rockland 1
At Waldoboro, Miranda Conary scored two goals with 3:10 left in the second half to push Medomak Valley to victory.
Emily Brogden had a goal and an assist for the Panthers. Hannah Hoster and Anna Lufkin had assists. Rachel Keefe made five saves on seven shots.
Baillie Boggs scored a second-half goal for Rockland. Melissa Burgess blocked six of 21 shots.
JV: Medomak Valley 4-0
John Bapst 3, MDI 1
At Bar Harbor, Maggie Kane and Whitney Sinclair both had a goal and an assist to lead John Bapst of Bangor past Mount Desert Island.
Ashley Gales scored for the 4-4-1 Crusaders and Torri Gibson provided an assist. Caroline Cassling stopped eight of 15 shots.
Chelsea Bothen scored first-half goal on a Ashley Young assist for the 1-9 Trojans. Bridgette Pratt made 11 saves on 19 shots.
JV: John Bapst 2-1
Penobscot Valley 4, Sumner 1
At East Sullivan, Mindy Dolley tallied three goals and one assist as Penobscot Valley of Howland rolled to its eighth win against two losses and one tie.
Lindsay Drost added a goal for the Howlers and Jamie Milton had 12 saves on 13 shots.
Lona Sargent scored for 4-6 Sumner and Morgan Traxler stopped 12 of 17 shots.
Bangor Chr. 8, DI-Stonington 0
At Deer Isle, Morgan Chasse scored four goals to push Bangor Christian to the win.
Kelly Robinson, Christin Pelletier, Demelza Ramirez, and Libbey Long added goals for the 10-0 Patriots. Moriah Bach stopped both shots.
Anika Powers made 17 saves on 49 shots for 0-7 Deer Isle-Stonington.
Greenville 4, Calvary Chapel 1
At Hampden, Hannah Breton had a goal and an assist as Greenville improved to 7-2 with its triumph over Calvary Chapel.
McKenna Peat, Brittany Boucher and Addie Pelletier scored the other Laker goals with Ruby Rockwell and Nikki Hamilton notching assists along with Breton. Lauren Fling made three saves.
Ashley Pomeroy scored for Calvary Chapel and Hannah Lacadie made seven saves on 31 shots for the 5-3-2 Sabers.
Piscataquis 2, Penquis 1
At Guilford, Cyndi Currier scored the winning goal with 17:50 left in regulation to lead Piscataquis past Penquis of Milo.
Christine Davis scored off of a Mallory Izbicki assist with 4:41 left in the first half for the 5-1-4 Pirates. Jill Martell blocked six of seven shots.
Kayla Webb tied it with 42 seconds left in the first half for the 0-9-0 Patriots. Erica Lyford made 16 saves on 18 shots.
WA-Raiders 7, Narraguagus 1
At Harrington, Nick Hick Son scored twice to lead Washington Academy of East Machias past Narraguagus.
Sung Min Kim, Julian Washington, Milos Gautier, Todd Junn, and Channi Walston scored for the Raiders. Josiah Jackson stopped six of eight shots.
Gustavo Ortiz scored a first-half goal for the Knights. Brandon Meserve made seven saves on 15 shots.
MCI 1, Camden Hills 1 (2OT)
At Pittsfield, Alex Sidelinger scored an unassisted goal with 20 minutes left in regulation to force double-overtime for Maine Central Institute.
Benson Bonsu stopped six of 14 shots for the 5-5-1 Huskies.
Christian Wincklhofer scored off of a Josh Dufor assist at the nine minute mark in the first half for 5-4-2 Camden Hills of Rockport. Thomas Sommo made six saves on 14 shots.
JV: MCI 5-3
Calvary Chapel 4, Greenville 3
At Greenville, Ian Seekins scored the winning goal off of a Rosaire Veilleux assist with 5:48 left in the second half to lead Calvary Chapel of Orrington past Greenville.