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High school girls lacrosse

Windjammers outlast Bulldogs in high-scoring stick affair

Seven Windjammers find back of net in win as Camden Hills stands at 5-3
By Staff | May 20, 2019

Rockport — When it comes to close matches, the Camden Hills girls lacrosse team often knows how to get the job done to earn a victory.

Recently, the Windjammers received offensive output from multiple sources as Camden Hills downed Lawrence of Fairfield 14-11 on Saturday, May 11 in the Windjammers' first home contest of the spring.

The Windjammers also lost 14-10 to Messalonskee of Oakland on Monday, May 13, also at home.

Against the Bulldogs on May 11, Camden Hills led 8-3 at halftime.

Caroline Contento (3 goals) led the Windjammer offense, while Hazel Delehey (2 goals, assist), Sofia Mott (2 goals, assist), Anya Babb-Brott (2 goals, assist), Ashlee McIntosh (2 goals), Ava Baeza (2 goals), Alexia Cazemajou (goal, assist) and Ruby Cohen (assist) padded the statistical sheet.

Maddie Boetsch made 12 saves in net for Camden Hills.

Offensive and defensive stats were unavailable for the Bulldogs.

"Lawrence continues to play us tough," said Windjammer coach Wade Ward. "They were able to come out of halftime and surge their offense to bring the score within one. They were able to adapt and make the necessary changes.

"Our girls were able to bend, but not break, compose themselves, and get a few helpful goals at the end."

In the Maine Principals' Association Heal Point Standings for Class B, Camden Hills (5-3, 25.2778 points) is sixth, while Yarmouth (7-1, 97.5000 points) is first in the 15-team state division. The top 10 teams qualify for the playoffs.

The Windjammer jayvees also secured a victory over Lawrence 5-2 on May 11.

Leanna Cotton (2 goals), Elsie Hildreth (goal), Anna Mitterweissacher (goal) and Emma Mitchell (goal) found the back of the net for Camden Hills.

Hailey Jones secured the net for the Windjammers.

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