Lawson's hat trick helps lift Camden Hills over St. DominicBryant contributes two goals, Gordon sharp in goal for 3-3 squad
Rockport — The Camden Hills boys lacrosse team evened its regular-season record at 3-3 Tuesday afternoon, April 30 and did it with a strong all-around performance over a usually solid Eastern Class B opponent.
Playing at home on Don Palmer Field, the Windjammers outlasted winless St. Dominic Academy of Lewiston 10-7, as Parker Lawson, whose job on the ice hockey team in the winter is to help prevent goals, went on the offensive and scored three times.
Weston Bryant added two goals and Jonah Cameron, Jack Orne, Grayson Szmulias, Simon Lydon and Nik Marren all one for the Windjammers.
Aiden Gordon made five saves in goa for the hostsl.
The Windjammers had 29 shots and 52 ground balls, including nine ground balls from Marshal Spear, six from Szmulias, five from Cameron and four each from Evan Hannibal and Patrick Weferling.
The hosts finished with 10 faceoff wins, highlighted by Connor Winchenbach and Jake Chamberlain.
In the Maine Principals' Association Heal Point Standings for Eastern Class B, Camden Hills (3-3, 4.0972 points) is seventh, while Gardiner (6-0-33.2639 points) is first in the 12-team region. The top eight teams qualify for the playoffs.
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