FALMOUTH — The Camden Hills ice hockey team was in on offensive mood on Saturday night, Jan. 7, which resulted in 11 goals en route to a dominating road win over host Greely of Cumberland at the Falmouth Family Ice Center.

The Windjammers, who have played six straight road games, winning four, to start the winter campaign, clicked on all cylinders against the Rangers.

Camden Hills led 5-0 after the first period and added four goals in the second and two in the third.

The offensive explosion began with Owen McManus, who finished with six goals and an assist.

Billy Kurzius, Bennett Gardner, Zanni Sabatini, Cam Brown and Jake Talbot added goals for Camden Hills, while Lucas Wyman had three assists and Owen Hotchkin two. Sabatini, Dylan Johnson, Bridger Witbeck, Kurzius, Brown, Jake Talbot and Flynn Lilly added one assist.

Between the pipes, Quinn Hoppin made saves on the 14 shots he faced for the Windjammers, while Will Klein finished with 15 saves on 26 shots for Greely.

Camden Hills finished 2-of-6 on the power play and Greely 0-of-3 in the same situation.

“We expect all of our games versus teams down south to be challenging, but our contest against Greely got rolling in a positive direction and we didn’t look back resulting in a 11-0 win,” said Windjammer coach John Magri.

Hoppin earned his first shutout and stood tall during penalty kills, the coach said.

The coach added the Windjammers had underclassmen get on the offensive production sheet as Lilly, Witbeck, Gardner and Talbot combined for five points. Johnson added a point, along with winning 50 percent on his face-off attempts. Magri said McManus turned in a double hat trick performance, “but it wasn’t so much his individual performance that elicits praise, although he did tally two unassisted goals, it was really a night where the line of Wyman, Sabatini and McManus really came together with a lot of communication and some spectacular plays that resulted in goals.”

Magri said Greely, typically a skilled team, large in stature and flush with veteran athletes, struggled, while the Windjammers “were able to execute well on many facets of the game Saturday night: penalty kills, forechecking, backchecking, smooth, intelligent breakouts, goaltending, defending and capitalizing on scoring opportunities. We have a little under a week of practices until we face Hampden Academy on Thursday night [Jan. 12) and we are looking forward to another contest and test of who we are at this stage in the season.”

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