Camden Hills girls handle visiting Medomak Valley for the win

In the second game of the night at Camden Hills, the varsity girls defeated visiting Medomak Valley 60-42.
Camden Hills Julia Holt, (44) and the rest of the team are all smiles as Holt buried a long three-pointer at the buzzer to close the game. (Photo by Ron Hawkes)



Camden Hills had four of its starting five in double figures scoring while freshman Kris Kelly wrecked havoc on defense causing numerous turnovers for the Panthers.

Camden Hills led after each quarter in this game, 19-9, 37-19 at the half and 51-37 heading into the final quarter of play.

Scoring for Camden Hills was, Charlotte Messer with a team-high 17 points; Kassie Krul 14; Mara Dostie and Lauren Miller 10 each; Kris Kelly four; Julia Holt three; and Laticia Billings two.

The Windjammers were 16-of-25 (64 percent) from the foul line and they knocked down two 3-pointers, one from Messer and the buzzer beater in the fourth quarter to end the game from Holt.

For Medomak Valley, Gabe DePatsy had a game-high 18 points; Kayla Donlin seven; Chelsea Ripley six; Sadie Cohen five; Lydia Simmons four; and Hallie Kunesh two.

The Panthers were 11-of-19 (58 percent) from the foul line and had one 3-pointer from DePatsy.

The Windjammers are off until Jan. 3 while the Panthers have a Dec. 27 game on the schedule and are then off until Jan. 3.
Camden Hills Charlotte Messer led the team with 17 points. (Photo by Ron Hawkes)

Some people stand up for the National Anthem regardless. Bryan Butler may spend the most amount of his time in a wheelchair, but some things in his mind deserve a little more effort. (Photo by Ron Hawkes)

Medomak Valley's Gabe DePatsy gets past Camden Hills Lauren Miller for the basket. (Photo by Ron Hawkes)

Medomak Valley freshman Kayla Donlin chases down a long pass and puts it up for two points. (Photo by Ron Hawkes)

Camden Hills Kassie Krul, right, plays tough defense on Medomak Valley's Chelsea Ripley. (Photo by Ron Hawkes)


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