ROCKPORT — After another stellar regular campaign, the Camden Hills boys lacrosse team is set to make as much noise as possible in the postseason — which begins, for the Windjammers, on Thursday, June 9 on Don Palmer Field.

The Windjammers finished 10-2 and fifth in Class B. Camden Hills will host No. 12 Morse/Boothbay Region (5-7) on Thursday at 1 p.m. in a prelim playoff match.

The Windjammers beat the Shipbuilders 20-12 in the next-to-final regular-season match.

The squad’s only losses were to No. 1 Messalonskee of Oakland 15-8 and No. 4 Brunswick 17-9.

If Camden Hills advances to the quarterfinals, it will face the winner of No. 4 Brunswick and No. 13 Greely of Cumberland.

The Windjammers have an experienced team led by seniors Christopher Cammelieri, Jackson Fitch, Logan Odone, Owen Cooper, Oliver Dietter, Eben Fagonde, Elias Libby, Willy Doehla, Vanya Perevalov, Rory Carlson, Jakob Johnson, Cole Freeman, Camden Powell and Alex Kurzius.

In their first 10 matches, the squad’s defense allowed 43 goals — and only 28 in the nine initial victories. In those 10 games, Camden Hills outscored opponents 122-43.

Overall, in 12 matches, Camden Hills outscored opponents 151-72.

The defense has been led by long stick midfielders Elias Libby and Owen Hotchkin, short stick defenders Eben Fagonde and Logan Odone, long pole defenders Owen Cooper, Rory Carlson and Chris Cammelieri and goalie Camden Powell.

The following are recent Windjammer regular-season match results:

Brunswick 17, Camden Hills 9

On Tuesday, May 31 at Rockport, the visiting Dragons led 6-2, 14-6 and 16-9 at the breaks. Brunswick led 7-6 before it used a seven-goal run in the final minutes of the second quarter to take control.

For Camden Hills, Jackson Fitch (3 goals, 2 assists, 3 ground balls), Logan Odone (2 goals, 5-of-19 wins on faceoffs), Emmet Marshall (goal, assist), Finlay Fitch (goal), Jakob Johnson (goal, 3 ground balls), Eben Fagonde (goal, 3 ground balls), Elias Libby (assist, 12 ground ball recoveries) and Camden Powell (22 saves) led the charge.

Camden Hills 20, Morse/Boothbay Region 12

On Friday, May 27 at Rockport, on senior recognition night, the hosts led 4-1, 12-4 and 20-4 at the breaks.

For the Windjammers, Willy Doehla (4 goals, 4 assists), Jackson Fitch (5 goals, 5 ground balls), Jakob Johnson (5 goals, assist), Eben Fagonde (3 goals, 3 ground balls), Logan Odone (2 goals, 8-of-13 wins on faceoffs), Quinn Riordan (goal), Cam Lawrence (assist), Elias Libby (10 ground ball recoveries), Owen Cooper (4 ground balls), Rory Carlson (3 ground balls), Camden Powell (6 save) and Cole Freeman (4 saves) led the way.

Camden Hills 14, Mount Ararat 3

On Tuesday, May 24 on the turf field at Mount Ararat of Topsham, the Windjammers led 5-1, 8-3 and 11-3 at the quarter breaks en route to the victory

The Windjammers were led by Willy Doehla (6 goals, assist), Finlay Fitch (3 goals, assist), Jackson Fitch (2 goals, assist, 4 ground balls), Jakob Johnson (2 goals, assist, 4 ground balls), Logan Odone (goal, 3 ground balls, 7-of-15 wins on faceoffs), Emmet Marshall (2 assists), Owen McManus (2 assists), Quinn Riordan (1 assist and 3 ground balls), Elias Libby (assist, 11 ground ball recoveries), Eben Fagonde (assist, 3 ground balls), Owen Cooper (4 ground balls), Rory Carlson (3 ground balls) and Camden Powell (8 saves).

Camden Hills 16, Gardiner 2

On Saturday, May 21 at Gardiner, another game on the turf, the Windjammers led 8-0, 12-2 and 16-2 at the breaks.

For the Windjammers Willy Doehla (4 goals, 3 assists), Finlay Fitch (3 goals), Jackson Fitch (5 goals, assist, 3 ground balls), Jakob Johnson (goals, assist, 4 ground balls), Emmet Marshall (goal, assist), Owen McManus (goal, 3 ground balls), Eben Fagonde (goal, 3 ground balls), Elias Libby (8 ground ball recoveries), Rory Carlson (5 ground balls), Owen Cooper (3 ground balls), Logan Odone (11-of-21 wins on faceoffs) and Camden Powell (11 saves) led the charge.

Camden Hills 13, Cony 6

On Tuesday, May 17 at Cony of Augusta, also on the turf field, the Windjammers led 5-1, 7-2 and 10-4 at the breaks.

Keying the Windjammers were Willy Doehla (5 goals, 3 assists), Finlay Fitch (3 goals), Jackson Fitch (2 goals, 3 assists, 5 ground balls), Emmet Marshall (goal, assist), Owen McManus (goal, 2 ground balls), Eben Fagonde (goal, 4 ground balls), Quinn Riordan (3 assists), Elias Libby (11 ground ball recoveries), Rory Carlson (4 ground balls), Owen Cooper (4 ground balls), Logan Odone (7-of-14 wins on faceoffs, 2 ground balls) and Camden Powell (7 saves).

Camden Hills 17, Maine Central Institute 3

On Friday, May 13 at Rockport, the Windjammers led the Huskies of Pittsfield 8-0, 14-0 and 16-0 at the breaks.

For the Windjammers, Willy Doehla (6 goals, 2 assists), Jackson Fitch (3 goals, 4 assists, 5 ground balls), Emmet Marshall (3 goals, 3 assists), Finlay Fitch (3 goals), Quinn Riordan (goal), Cam Lawrence (goal), Eben Fagonde (assist, 4 ground balls), Rory Carlson (assist, 2 ground balls), Elias Libby (8 ground ball recoveries), Christopher Cammelieri (5 ground balls), Logan Odone (6-of-8 wins on faceoffs, 4 ground balls) and Cole Freeman (6 saves in first win of season).

Camden Hills 14, Erskine Academy 4

On Tuesday, May 10 at Rockport, the Windjammers led 4-1, 11-3 and 12-3 at the breaks against the Eagles of South China.

The Windjammers were led by Willy Doehla (5 goals, 2 assists, 4 ground balls), Jackson Fitch (3 goals, 2 assists), Jakob Johnson (3 goals, assist), Emmet Marshall (goal, 3 assists, 4 ground balls), Eben Fagonde (goal), Bennett Gardner (goal), Rory Carlson (10 ground balls), Owen Cooper (4 ground balls), Owen Hotchkin (3 ground balls), Logan Odone (9-of-12 wins on faceoffs, 3 ground balls) and Camden Powell (11 saves).

Camden Hills 8, Mount Blue 2

On Saturday, May 7 at Rockport, the Windjammers led 1-0, 3-1 and 6-2 at the breaks against the Cougars of Farmington.

For the Windjammers, Willy Doehla (3 goals, 2 assists, 4 ground balls), Quinn Riordan (2 goals, assist), Finlay Fitch (goal, assist), Jackson Fitch (goal, assist, 3 ground balls), Jakob Johnson (goal), Eben Fagonde (assist), Rory Carlson (7 ground balls), Owen Hotchkin (3 ground balls), Christopher Cammelieri (3 ground balls), Logan Odone (8-of-8 wins on faceoffs) and (6 ground balls) and Camden Powell (13 saves) were keys.

The following are comments from Camden Hills seniors about the team’s first 10 matches, with focus on the Gardiner game:

Jackson Fitch — “So far in 2022 our team has seen success, with an overall record of 8-1 after the away win against Gardiner on Saturday. However, I think we have only recently started to really play up to our potential. It started with the early-season loss to Messolonskee, where we competed but made a lot of unforced errors, which, ultimately, led to the loss. From that point this team has been focused on fixing those errors … doing the little things and playing smart, efficient lacrosse. Building up since that loss we have struggled and learned a lot all while maintaining a winning streak. The game against Gardiner on Saturday is where we finally put it all together for the first time this season and came away with our most dominant performance yet. I credit our players, coaches, and everyone in the senior class of 2022 for the improvement of this team in recent years. I am very excited to see what we can do in our last few games and headed into playoffs.”

Owen Cooper — For the Gardiner game: “Our defense came to play against Gardiner. We held them to three goals and were able to play as a unit. We also were able to get the ball down the field and keep the possession on offense.”

Logan Odone — “I think with three/fourths of our season being complete we have improved tremendously as individuals and as a team in this 2022 season. We started off this season playing well but we realized it wasn’t good enough after our first loss early on in the season against Messalonskee at our home field. That loss really pushed are team to go harder and motivated our players after seeing new competition in this 2022 season. We quickly got back under our feet after that loss and that led to a few more big wins against other teams allowing our underclassmen to get into varsity games getting goals, ground balls, assists, and faceoff wins.”

Elias Libby — “As a whole we’ve really been taking off. Offense has been slowing down and not forcing all our shots, shortening passes, and making the layup. Our defense has stopped taking so many penalties and have become surgeons on our checks. The combination of these two things have led us to our wins this year and will continue to be the reason for our success.”

Eben Fagonde (Senior Midfielder) – For Gardiner game: “The movements we have been making in practice are starting to translate into our games which was highlighted by our strong high scoring first quarter against Gardiner. I’m hoping to finish our season strong with lots of focus going into playoffs.”

Willy Doehla — “I loved how our team came out to play against Gardiner. We came off the bus with energy and brought it at the beginning of the game. Our team played the best quarter of the year, scoring eight goals in the first quarter and holding Gardiner to no goals. The defense played insane and only held the Gardiner offense to three goals the entire game. I loved how our offense played as the hard-hitting Gardiner defense was laying out the offense guys on their dodges. But our offense was tough and had amazing ball movement which was hard for their defense to keep up with. Our energy definitely stood high over Gardiner’s throughout the game.”

Jakob Johnson — “We came out with a lot of energy and were able to get a lot of chances early. We didn’t capitalize on all of our chances but we were able to put in eight in the first quarter. We weren’t as dominant the rest of the game but we held strong and kept them to only three.”

Rory Carlson — “We came into this game planning to shut down their offense and that’s what we did. Every time they had possession, we were able to shut them down and clear the ball to the offense where they finished most of their opportunities. It was a perfect example of what we have been working on offensively and defensively for the past couple years.”

Camden Powell — “Since Messalonskee, we have been progressing more and more as a team. From the clear all the way to taking our time in front of the net.”

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