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High school ice hockey

Camden Hills jayvee rink athletes enjoy seven-game win streak

By Staff | Mar 15, 2020

Rockport — The Camden Hills Regional High School junior varsity ice hockey team, led by coach Harrison Rogers, showcased the depth of the school’s overall program during the 2019-20 campaign as the Windjammers skated to a 7-2 record, with players contributing superior efforts on the ice.

Team members include Alex Kurzius, Rory Carlson, Lucas Wyman, Jakob Johnson, Dylan Johnson, Camden Powell, Caroline Contento, Christopher Burns, Anna Griebel, Elias Libby, Jackson Bernier, Cole Freeman and Aiden Aselton.

Camden Hills lost its first game of the season against the Midcoast Ice Cats and ended the season with a loss to John Bapst of Bangor, with a seven-game win streak against the likes of Messalonskee, Gardiner (twice), Old Town, Waterville, the Ice Cats and Brewer which carried the banner on the campaign.

In addition, several of the players were able to showcase their talents on the ice at the junior varsity and varsity ranks this winter.

“The future looks bright for the 2020-21 varsity season with many of these jayvee Windjammers expecting to contribute and play leading roles in next year’s varsity campaign,” said Rogers.

Freeman played all nine games in net for the Windjammers and ended the season with a 2.56 goals-against average.

Leading the Windjammer offense were Jakob Johnson (14 goals, 2 assists), Libby (4 goals, 6 assists), Kurzius (5 goals, assist), Wyman (3 goals, assist), Powell (goal, 2 assists), Contento (2 assists), Aselton (2 assists), Bernier (goal, assist), Dylan Johnson (assist) and Carlson (assist).

Burns, Carlson, Jakob Johnson, Libby and Aselton led the Camden Hills defense, the coach said.

Coach Rogers said “the veteran leadership of Caroline Contento, Elias Libby, Christopher Burns, Anna Griebel, Rory Carlson and Cole Freeman played a key role in the Windjammers' success throughout the season.”

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