The Camden Hills girls lacrosse team is off to a fast start to the new season and the Windjammers have done it with strong all-around play, especially from its offense.

The Windjammers (4-1) earned another convincing victory on Monday, May 6 as the hosts defeated Lincoln Academy of Newcastle 19-5.

Lea Smith led the charge with four goals and two assists, while Alice Flint added three goals and an assist and Hannah Wincklhofer, Addie Bragg, Caroline Mateo and Hannah Brownawell all two goals. Not to be left out of the scoring column, Kristina Alex, Sarah Scott, Zia Sulick and Haley Williams all added one goal.

"It was a great day for lacrosse and the girls ran the ball well against Lincoln Academy," said Windjammer coach Amy Gertner. "I was glad to play some girls in new positions today, practice our skills and work on our offensive game. Looking forward to challenging [No. 1] Gardiner on Thursday [May 9]."

In the Maine Principals' Association Heal Point Standings for Eastern Class B, Camden Hills (4-1, 11.3889 points) is third, while Gardiner (5-0, 25.1389 points) is first in the eight-team region. The top five teams qualify for the playoffs.

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