Windjammers split two contests, eye region's eighth seed
Rockport — The Camden Hills field hockey team looks to cling to the eighth and final playoff spot in Eastern Class B and the Windjammers, under the guidance of first-year coach Lindsey Clement, appear in position to do just that.
The Windjammers split their most recent two contests — a 1-0 win over Morse of Bath and a 1-0 loss to Maine Central Institute of Pittsfield — and have two Heal Point-worthy games on its schedule against Gardiner and Mount View of Thorndike.
The following is a recap of the Windjammers' recent contests:
Camden Hills 1, Morse 0
At Bath Oct. 10, the Windjammers blanked the Shipbuilders en route to their fifth win.
Willow Grinnell scored for the visitors, on an assist from Meg Dowd.
Desi Dodd made four saves in goal for Camden Hills, while Morse's keeper, whose name was unavailable, made three saves in the cage.
The Windjammers outshot the Shipbuilders 8-6 and held a 5-3 edge in penalty corners.
Maine Central Institute 1, Camden Hills 0
At Rockport Oct. 8, the Huskies blanked the host Windjammers.
Holly Tibbetts scored the lone goal of the game for MCI.
Desi Dodd made four saves in the cage for Camden Hills, while MCI's keeper, whose name was unavailable, made seven saves. The Windjammers outshot the Huskies 7-5, while both teams attempted nine penalty corners.
In the Maine Principals' Association Heal Point Standings for Eastern Class B, Camden Hills (5-7, 22.5255 points) is eighth, while Nokomis of Newport (13-0, 133.6224 points) is first in the 11-team region. The top eight teams qualify for the playoffs.