Camden Hills blanked for second straight weekOld Town keeps Windjammers off board, but scores 16 points itself
Old Town — Camden Hills' second road game of the season did not go as well as its first.
After picking up their first win of the season two weeks ago at Hermon, the Windjammers hit the road Friday, Oct. 4 to battle host Old Town.
The Windjammers ran into a pesky Coyote defense and could not corral the hosts' offense, eventually falling 16-0.
Old Town's Jake Jarvis threw for 158 yards and a touchdown to Pascal Cyr, who also had two catches for 80 yards for the Coyotes (3-2).
Braden Upshaw also racked up 165 yards on 31 carries and a touchdown for the hosts, while Cody Whitmore rushed for 92 yards on 12 carries.
Quarterback Nick Rozsahegyi was 9-of-20 for 46 yards and one interception for Camden Hills (1-4), while Jacob Chamberlain also completed a 25-yard pass to Rozsahegyi.
Isaac Young led the Windjammer ground attack with 90 yards on 10 carries, while Taylor Crosby (13 carries for 45 yards), Rizsahegyi (carry for 24 yards), Connor Graffam (carry for 3 yards), Nate Raye (carry for 8 yards) and Chamberlain (carry for 12 yards) also contributed on offense.
Chamberlain also hauled in four passes for 18 yards, while Nate Pascal (catch for 10 yards), Crosby (catch for 6 yards), Young (2 catches for 8 yards), Rozsahegyi (catch for 25 yards) and Wyatt Parra (catch for 4 yards) had grabs for the visitors.
Spearheading the Windjammer defense were Brian Jones (5 solo tackles, 3 assisted tackles), Crosby (6 solos, 3 assists), Rozsahegyi (solo), Elvis Bowen (6 solos, 2 assists, sack), Pascal (3 solos, 2 assists), Graffam (solo, assist), Wyatt Summers (solo, 3 assists), Young (6 solos, 4 assists), Jacob Chamberlain (7 solos, 5 assists), Wyatt Parra (assist), Colt Muir (3 solos, 4 assists, sack), Kaylo Littlejohn (12 solos, 3 assists), Dawson Lane (solo, assist), Cam LaFleche (3 solos), Brian Clement (5 solos, 2 assists) and Isaac Hall (solo).
In the Maine Principals' Association Crabtree Point Standings for Eastern Class C, Camden Hills (1-4, 72.6316 points) is eighth, while Foxcroft Academy of Dover-Foxcrfot (4-0, 151.2821 points) is first in the 10-team region. The top eight teams qualify for the playoffs.
Waterville's 20-19 Oct. 4 win over Foxcroft Academy has yet to be reported in the Crabtree Point Standings. The Purple Panthers are 5-0 and the Ponies 4-1, which should push Waterville to first in the 10-team region.
Camden Hills and Nokomis of Newport, both of whom petitioned to play down in Eastern Class C this season, are ineligible for the postseason.