If the first two games of the high school regular season are any indication for the Camden Hills girls soccer team, it may be a long season for opposing defenses in Kennebec Valley Athletic Conference Class B.

Facing Midcoast rival Medomak Valley on Tuesday, Sept. 9, the Windjammers (2-0) earned their second straight lopsided victory — this time an 8-1 triumph over the Panthers (0-2).

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Emma Gutheinz converted a hat trick for the second straight game and added an assist, while Charlotte Messer (2 goals), Izzy Gutheinz (2 goals), Brynn Anderson (goal), Abbie Chamberlain (assist) and Taylor Johnson (assist) also chipped in for the Camden Hills offense.

Maggie Cox scored the lone goal of the game for the Panthers on an assist from Jordan Moore.

On Tuesday, Camden Hills outshot Medomak Valley 28-4 and held a 5-1 edge in corner kicks.

Rachel Pease and Holt split time in goal and combined for three saves for the Windjammers, while Nicole Obuchon and Chelsea Ripley made 10 saves in the net for the Panthers.

Camden Hills wasted little time getting on the board as Emma Gutheinz found Anderson on a nice cross to put the visitors on the board two minutes into the game. Emma Gutheinz added two unassisted goals in the half and Messer and Izzy Gutheinz each one to put the Windjammers ahead 5-0 at halftime.

The visitors added three second-half goals.

The Windjammers have outscored opponents 17-1 through two games after opening the season with a 9-0 win at Belfast Sept. 6.

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