High school boys and girls lacrosse

Windjammers versus Shipbuilders: Who will sink first?

Camden Hills, Morse square off in June 11 postseason doubleheader
By Ken Waltz | Jun 09, 2014

Rockport — For fans of Camden Hills lacrosse, regardless of whether it is boys or girls, should prepare for a playoff doubleheader festival fest as both Windjammer squads have earned regional postseason berths and will play the same opponent, the same day on the same field — albeit at different times.

The Windjammers, who both finished sixth, will play at third-ranked Morse of Bath in Eastern Class B quarterfinal playoff matches on Wednesday, June 11. The girls will play at 5 p.m. and the boys at 7 p.m.

The Windjammers are quite familiar with the Shipbuilders. During the regular season, the Windjammer boys lost to Morse 10-9 in a thrilling encounter, while the Camden Hills girls lost twice to the Shipbuilders, 14-7 and 15-10.

Come Wednesday, there should be plenty of goals scored and considerable up-and-down the field action.

Boys

In the Maine Principals' Association Heal Point Standings for Eastern Class B, Camden Hills (8-4, 63.1250 points) is sixth, while Maranacook/Winthrop (12-0, 155.0000 points) is first in the 12-team region. The top eight teams qualify for the playoffs.

Morse finished third at 9-3, with 87.6389 points.

The Morse/Camden Hills survivor will face the No. 2 Freeport (7-5) and No. 7 Oak Hill of Sabattus (4-8) winner in the semifinals.

Girls

In the Maine Principals' Association Heal Point Standings for Eastern Class B, Camden Hills (6-6, 29.1667 points) is sixth, while Yarmouth (10-2, 170.1389 points) is first in the nine-team region. The top six teams qualify for the playoffs.

Morse finished third at 10-2, with 97.2222 points.

The Morse/Camden Hills survivor will face  No. 2 Freeport (10-2), which received a quarterfinal bye, in the semifinals.

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Ken Waltz has been member of the media 30 years and has received hundreds of Maine Press Association and New England Press Association awards for his writing, photography and page design. He studied journalism at the University of Maine in Orono. He lives in South Thomaston with his wife, Sarah. The couple has an adult son, Brandon.

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