High school ice hockey

Camden Hills fares well in John Bapst Face-Off Tourney

Windjammers second to Class A Bangor in two-day preseason event
By Staff | Dec 03, 2013

Bangor — The Camden Hills ice hockey team experienced a strong showing in the preseason John Bapst Face-Off Tournament on Friday and Saturday, Nov. 29-30 at Sawyer Arena, with the Windjammers second among the eight squads.

The Windjammers scored 7.5 points and were second to Class A Bangor (8 points), while John Bapst (6 points), Brewer (6 points), Old Town/Orono (4 points), Presque Isle (3 points), Houlton (no points) and the Bangor junior varsity (no points) rounded out the field.

The games consisted of two 22-minute running periods with squads awarded two points for wins, one for ties and a half point for winning each period.

Veteran Camden Hills coach Karl Enroth said the weekend-long tournament was a “good playing opportunity for the preseason as everyone played and got involved, some things we did well and other things we need to improve on as we get ready for the regular season.”

The 'Jammers posted a 5-1 win over the Bangor jayvees Nov. 29 as James Annis, Jonah Cameron, Jack Orne, Simon Lydon and Chase Matteo scored goals, while Grayson Szumilas, Annis, Orne and Kieran Lydon notched assists.

On Nov. 30, the Windjammers earned a 4-2 win over Old Town/Orono. Orne had two goals and Lydon and Nick Czuchra both one, while Parker Lawson added two assists and Luke Noonan, Annis and Szumilas, each one.

The Windjammers concluded the tournament with a second game Nov. 30 as they battled John Bapst to a 2-2 tie. Orne and Cameron scored for Camden Hills.

Jet Magri and Zach Hand split time in net over the weekend for Camden Hills.

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