The wins keep piling up for the Camden Hills boys and girls basketball teams, which will be important as the Maine Principals’ Association Heal Point Standings for Eastern Class B continue to be tabulated and postseason positions are earned.

On Tuesday night, the Windjammers boys (12-0) defeated host Lincoln Academy of Newcastle 58-39 and the Windjammer girls (9-3) bested visiting Lincoln Academy 44-25.

In the current Eastern Class B standings, the Camden Hills boys are first (69.6914 Heal Points), 18.7655 points ahead of second-place Ellsworth (9-1, 50.9259 points).

The Camden Hills girls are fifth (39.4444 points), trailing, among others, top-ranked Presque Isle (10-0, 47.5309 points).

A recap of Tuesday’s Windjammer games were:

Camden Hills boys 58, Lincoln Academy, 39 … At Newcastle, Tyler McFarland led the ‘Jammers against Lincoln Academy with 20 points. Camden Hill led 16-11, 30-19 and 40-26 at the quarter breaks.

For Camden Hills, which is 55-2 overall the past three seasons and 35-0 the last two campaigns, Keegan Pieri scored 12 points, followed by Casey Scott with eight; Nick White, six; Casey Wilson, four; Joel Gabriele, three; Adam Landwehr and Zach Wincklhofer, both two; and Will Vlautin, one.

Ben McLain and Brandon Reilly led Lincoln Academy with seven points each, followed by Dylan Leavitt and Pat Mullin, both with five; Everett Martin and Ethan Wajer, both four; Kyle Scherer, three; and Andrew Feltis and Merrit Wotton, each two.

Camden Hills netted 24-of-56 free throws (43 percent).

For the ‘Jammers, McFarland (12 rebounds, 2 blocked shots), Scott (11 rebounds, 3 assists), Pieri (7 rebounds, 3 assists), Jim Weferling (4 rebounds, 2 steals) and White (3 rebounds) were among the statistical leaders.

This season, Camden Hills has outscored foes 843-472. This season, McFarland is averaging 18 points, Pieri 15 and Gartley eight.

Camden Hills girls 44, Lincoln Academy, 25 … At Rockport, Camden Hills hosted the Eagles and freshman Jordan Knowlton continued her stellar play by scoring 15 points in the host’s victory.

Camden Hills took a lead over Lincoln Academy (4-8) at each quarter break — 13-3, 22-7, and 29-17.

Maddy Smeaton also scored for the Windjammers with nine points, followed by Kylie Carlsen, five; Kara LeGage, Allie Holmes and Maci Heal, all three; and Gab Duke, Taylor Porter and Jackay Richards, each two.

For Lincoln Academy, Marni Jones keyed the scoring with seven points, followed by Soohey, six; Bolster, four; and Look, Lincoln, Boudreau and Schwarz, two each.

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