The Camden Hills boys lacrosse team showed its resilience in the team's home opener Tuesday afternoon, April 16 at Don Palmer Field against Lincoln Academy of Newcastle and, in turn, put itself in the win column for the first time in the season's early going.

The Windjammers trailed early in the game, but battled back in the second half and sailed to a 10-8 win over the visiting Eagles.

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The 'Jammers trailed 6-4 at halftime against the Eagles, but scored two goals in less than two minutes to tie the game to start the third quarter and battled back and forth with the visitors throughout the second half.

Camden Hills took the lead for good with 7:17 left in the fourth quarter when Marshall Spear found the back of the net to break an 8-8 tie and the hosts received an insurance goal from Jonah Cameron with 4:51 remaining to pull away.

Parker Lawson scored three goals to lead the Windjammers, Cameron, Spear and Jack Orne each two goals and Cyrus Demmons one.

For Lincoln Academy, Ben Stone tallied four goals, while Jake Millet added two and Jonathan Riley and Kyle O'Brien each one.

Clark Thomas played in goal for Camden Hills, while Asa Shadis was in goal for Lincoln Academy. The Windjammers attempted 25 shots in the victory.

Gardiner 14, Camden Hills 1

At Gardiner April 12, the Tigers roared to a convincing season-opening victory over the visiting Windjammers.

Josh Caldwell scored four goals to lead Gardiner, while Keegan Smith tallied three; Seth Wing, two; and Alex Nadean, Dalton Sargent, Austin Moore and Tyler Jamison, each one. Smith also had five assists for the Tigers.

Trueman Moore scored the lone goal for Camden Hills.

Thomas played in goal for Camden Hills, while Spencer King was in goal for Gardiner. The Windjammers were outshot 30-11 in the loss.

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