Throughout a season teams go on streaks. During those streaks a squad can get hot, and also ice cold, and right now the play has been the former for Camden Hills.

The Windjammers took advantage of their power-play opportunities, and continued their recent hot streak, as they skated to their third high school ice hockey win in four games on Saturday, Feb. 3, with a 3-1 victory over Houlton/Hodgdon/Southern Aroostook/Katahdin.

In the three wins during the recent hot streak, Camden Hills has outscored opponents 13-3, and 16-9 with the team's loss against Presque Isle sprinkled in.

Thomas Griebel, Bryce Tyler and Liam Haining tallied goals for the Windjammers in Saturday's game, while scores from Griebel and Haining came on the power play. Dan Lydon, Griebel and Jason Greenleaf logged assists for the hosts.

Gavin Vining scored the lone goal for the visitors, while Drew Marino and Noah Reynolds added assists.

Camden Hills led 2-0 after the first period and held the same score after the second period went scoreless.

“It was a good team win,” said Windjammer coach Karl Enroth. “Thomas Griebel gave us a spark offensively. Our team defense and special teams showed improvement and had an impact on the game. Matt Czuchra had a strong game in net.”

Czuchra stopped 21-of-22 shots he saw fly at him, while his opponent between the pipes, Elijah Mattesson, stopped 15 shots.

Camden Hills and the Blackhawks had four minor penalties for a total of eight minutes.

The Windjammers finished 2-of-3 on the power play, while the visitors were 1-of-3.

The hosts opened the scoring midway through the first period and added a second goal with just under a minute to pay before the first intermission.

The second period was a defensive battle with neither opponent able to get the puck past the other team’s respective goalie.

The Windjammers increased their lead to 3-0 in the third period, but the Blackhawks netted their only goal on a power play.

In the Maine Principals’ Association Heal Point Standings for Class B North, Camden Hills (6-6, 31.2037 points) is fifth. Old Town/Orono (13-0, 81.7901 points) is first in the nine-team region. The top-six qualify for the playoffs.

The individual scoring from Saturday's game included:

First period — CH, 1-0, at 10:34, Griebel (Lydon assisting). On the power play, Griebel received a stretch pass from Lydon and quickly drilled a slap shot from the right face-off circle past Mattesson. CH, 2-0, at 0:58, Tyler (Griebel, Greenleaf assisting). Tyler and Griebel attacked two-on-one from the right side, Griebel passed to Tyler who skated to the net, where he one-timed the puck into the Blackhawk net.

Third period — CH, 3-0, Haining (unassisted). Haining skated right to left through the mid-slot and shot top corner. CH, 3-1, Houl/Hod/SA/Kat, Vining (Marino, Reynolds assisting). On the power play, Vining scored on a wrist shot from the top of the right face-off circle.

Camden Hills opened the season with a 3-2 overtime win over the same opponent.