The Camden Hills wrestling team annually is a championship contender at the high school conference, regional and state levels, which again may be a theme for the 2017-18 season if the Windjammers’ performance in their Saturday, Dec. 16 meet is any indication.

The Windjammers finished 4-0 on the day, as they picked up a 45-30 win over Medomak Valley, a 58-12 victory over Oceanside, 60-12 over Mount View of Thorndike and the host Black Raiders (score unavailable).

Camden Hills coach Pat Kelly said, “This is a good team getting better every day” and “They train hard, compete with intensity and show great sportsmanship.”

“Captain Alex Vokey was voted by the coaching staff as the 'wrestler of the meet,' ” said Kelly. “He dominated the day with four wins. His ability to be patient and his ‘know-how-to-win’ performances were but a part of our decision to select him as the wrestler of the meet. Captain Vokey was seen leading his team in crucial moments throughout the day that went above and beyond.”

The individual reported Camden Hills results on the four-team meet, with Windjammers listed first, were:

106 pounds — Eric Andrews pinned Josh MacDougal, Med; and was pinned by Carter Fogarty, Ocean.

120 pounds — Josh Saucier pinned Gavin Readinger, Med; and won by forfeit over Oceanside.

126 pounds — Dawson Allen pinned Riley Micklich, Med; and pinned Nathan Taylor, Ocean.

132 pounds — Nikita Perevalov pinned Emily Harris, Med; and won by forfeit over Oceanside.

138 pounds — Ian Henderson pinned Damien Henry, Med; and won by forfeit over Oceanside.

145 pounds — Noah Lang won by forfeit over Medomak Valley; and beat Alex Fogarty, Ocean.

160 pounds — Caleb Hendrick was pinned by Nolan Grubb, Med.

170 pounds — Alex Vokey pinned Michael Yates, Ocean.

182 pounds — Alex Vokey pinned Elijah Lash, Med. Ken Dare won by forfeit over Oceanside.

195 pounds — Ken Dare was pinned by Amos Hinkley, Med.

220 pounds — Justin Secotte was pinned by Erik Benner, Med.

285 pounds — Ben MacWilliams beat Jacob White, Med; and won by forfeit over Oceanside.

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