Windjammer jayvees right ship in second half en route to 12-7 markCamden Hills earns victories in eight of final nine contests
Rockport — The Camden Hills Regional High School girls junior varsity basketball team, which sat under .500 through the first seven games of the campaign, righted the ship in the second half of the season and finished solidly above water.
Led by coach Rowena Motylewski, the Windjammers sailed to a 12-7 record, including netting victories in eight of their final nine contests.
Team members for the Windjammers included Nicole Brown, Kesha Lane, Mya Wiley, Audrey Bowman, Ayla Curit, Ashley Curtis, Chelsea Field, Kaylyn Krul, Maddie Holt, Maggie Maxwell, Abby Milner, Chloe Simmons, Melissa Tracy-Torres and Liana Weidman.
Wiley averaged 14 points for Camden Hills and Brown 12.
Wiley's, Brown's and Lane’s “experience and leadership would prove to be big factors to take a 3-4 team in early January to a respectable 12-7 finish.”
Motylewski, who also is the school’s varsity softball coach, said, “A late-December loss to Medomak [Valley] would make the late-January rematch victory all the more satisfying.”
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