High school boys lacrosse

Windjammers drop home matches to Shipbuilders, Hawks

Camden Hills falls to Morse by one goal in OT; no match for Maranacook/Winthrop
By Staff | May 05, 2014
Photo by: Mark Haskell Camden Hills boys lacrosse players raise their sticks after a break during a May 2 high school match with Maranacook/Winthrop on Don Palmer Field in Rockport. The visitors won 15-2.

Rockport — After starting the season with a convincing win over Lincoln Academy of Newcastle, the Camden Hills boys lacrosse team now is on a two-game skid, losing its recent matches under radically different circumstances.

The Windjammers (1-2) fell to Maranacook/Winthrop 15-2 on Friday, May 2, while they were downed in overtime by Morse of Bath 10-9 on April 30 in a pair of matches held on Don Palmer Field.

Click for photos from the Maranacook/Winthrop match.

The following is a recap of both contests:

Maranacook/Winthrop 15, Camden Hills 2

At Rockport May 2, the Hawks soared to a convincing win over the host Windjammers. The visitors led 6-0 after the first quarter, 11-2 at halftime and 14-2 after three quarters.

Marshall Spear and Cyrus Demmons scored for Camden Hills, while leading the Maranacook/Winthrop offense were Toby Smith (5 goals, 4 assists), Zach Glazier (4 goals, assist), Denver Cram (2 goals, 2 assists) and Alex Tooth (2 goals).

Aiden Gordon minded the net for Camden Hills and made 10 saves in the loss. Zach Bessett made seven saves for Maranacook/Winthrop.

Morse 10, Camden Hills 9 (OT)

At Rockport April 30, the Shipbuilders tied the game with 40 seconds left in regulation and bested the Windjammers in overtime.

Marshall Spear and Jack Orne scored two goals for Camden Hills, while Parker Lawson, Jonah Cameron, Nic Marren and Simon Lydon also scored for the hosts.

Coach Mark Hannibal said he was encouraged by the game, particularly given “we lost a majority of our starting offense over vacation, so [it] was only day three for them after 10 days off.”

“We had the Shipbuilders on their heels the entire first half,” Hannibal said. “We passed the ball well and played tight defense. They changed up their offense and came out on fire for the second half [and] we had some trouble adjusting to it.”

Connor Winchenbach won eight faceoffs and Jacob Chamberlain six, while the team scooped 73 ground balls, the coach said.

Information for Morse was unavailable.

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