High school girls lacrosse

Shipbuilders slash Windjammers' sails 15-10

Drinkwater scores four goals, Haining, Wincklhofer, Smith all two
By Staff | May 23, 2014

Bath — The Camden Hills girls lacrosse team has had no problem scoring goals this season, as the Windjammers have averaged 11 goals through their first seven contests.

However, not all those goals have translated to wins, and such was the case with the Windjammers’ road match on Thursday, May 22 at Morse.

The Windjammers, who were eliminated from the postseason by the Shipbuilders last season, came up on the short end of the stick for the third time this season, falling 15-10.

On Thursday, Addie Drinkwater scored four goals to lead Camden Hills, while Kiera Haining, Hannah Wincklhofer and Lea Smith had two goals for the visitors.

Brittani Winslow made 10 saves in goal for Camden Hills.

Information on Morse was unavailable.

Windjammer coach Amy Gertner said it was “one of the best games we’ve played so far,” as she added one of Wincklhofer’s goals came in the final 10 seconds of the match and was “very exciting.”

In the Maine Principals’ Association Heal Point Standings for Eastern Class B, Camden Hills (4-3, 19.4444 points) is fifth, while Yarmouth (7-1, 84.7222 points) is first in the nine-team region. The top six teams qualify for the playoffs.

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