Windjammers sail past Eagles for shutout victoryWalker scores three goals, Flint two as Camden Hills halts three-game losing streak
Rockport — Suffering through a three-game losing streak, Camden Hills field hockey players and coaches had to be pleased when they saw Lincoln Academy of Newcastle on the schedule Sept. 20.
The Eagles are a young program and winless this season, having scored one goal on the campaign. That trend continued Thursday afternoon as the Windjammers took out their frustrations on the visitors to the tune of an 8-0 home victory.
Lincoln Academy has been outscored 64-1, with seven shutouts.
Camilla Walker scored three goals for Camden Hills, while Alice Flint added two goals and Addie Bragg, Avary Lamont and Sarah Haselton all one. Macy Buck had an assist for the Windjammers. Most of the goals were unassisted.
Zia Sulick made two saves on two shots in goal for the Windjammers, while Andrea Call made 19 saves on 27 shots in the cage for the Eagles (0-8). Camden Hills also held an 8-0 edge in penalty corners.
The Camden Hills jayvees also won 3-0. Additional information on that game was unavailable.
In the Maine Principals' Association Heal Point Standings for Eastern Class B, Camden Hills (3-5, 7.3469 points) is 12th, while Belfast (8-0, 38.5459 points) is first in the 14-team region. The top nine teams qualify for the playoffs.
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