Both Camden Hills basketball teams fared well against Belfast Tuesday night, with the surging Windjammer girls winning on the road and the Windjammer boys victorious at home.

The Windjammer girls beat host Belfast 54-36 for their eighth straight win, while the Windjammer boys, who saw their 36-game winning streak snapped by Mount View of Thorndike Jan. 22, started a new streak with a 95-31 victory over the visiting Lions.

Girls game

Led by Taylor Porter’s 21 points, the Windjammers (12-3) took out the Lions (2-13). Camden Hills ranks fifth (74.0123 points) in the most recent Maine Principals’ Association Heal Point Standings for Eastern Class B. Belfast is 17th (4.8765 points) and Presque Isle (14-1, 97.5309 points) is first in the 19-team region.

Belfast took the first quarter 9-8, but the Windjammer grabbed 22-6 and 32-37 margins at the second and third breaks.

Also for Camden Hills, Maddy Smeaton scored 15 point,s followed by Jordan Knowlton with eight; Gab Duke, six; and Allie Holmes and Hayley Buckheit, both two.

Whitney Cross led Belfast’s scoring with eight points, followed by Morgan Mansfield with seven; Megan Curtis, six; Caroline Carr, five; Lexi Nelligan and Kelsey Woodbury, both four; and Makayla Cummings, two.

Boys game

The Windjammers came out with a vengeance after their loss to Mount View and hit the court without mercy, winning by over a 60-point margin.

Although Belfast tried to stop, or at least slow, the oncoming Windjammers, it was of little use. The hosts aggressively plowed through the Lions despite the visitors determination to kept playing hard through the fourth quarter.

Camden Hills remains is first (14-1, 99.3827 points) first in Eastern Class B, while Belfast is 17th with 4.3210 points.

On Tuesday, Camden Hills led at the quarter breaks 20-2, 48-14 and 74-22.

The Windjamers were led by Tyler McFarland with 16 points, followed by Keegan Pieri and Casey Wilson with 12; Joel Gabriele and Casey Scott, each 11; Adam Landwehr, eight; Cameron Gartley and Adam Carlsen, both six; Will Vlautin and James Weferling, both four; Nick White, three; and Zach Wincklhofer two.

Jack Davis keyed the lions with nine points, followed by Scott Kulikowski, Matt Sanderson and Dustin Howes each with four; Derrick Bernosky, Eric Mitchell and Dylan Webster, all three; and James Jackson, one.

Belfast went 7-of-13 (54 percent) from the free throw-line and Camden Hills 30-of-42 (71 percent).

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Village NetMedia Sports Reporter Frederick Freudenberger can be reached at 207-594-4401 or by e-mail at