Camden Hills team effort downs visiting Morse

ROCKPORT – The game was never in question as the Windjammers came out on fire never let up as they cruised to a 60-38 win over Morse of Bath.

Camden Hills Charlotte Messer, (10), draws the foul as she splits the defense going up with a layup. (Photo by Ron Hawkes)

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All but one player scored for the Windjammers as offensively and defensively the team worked together as one en route to the victory.

Camden Hills took a 13-5 first quarter lead and held a 33-11 halftime advantage. At the end of three-quarters of play, Camden Hills was up 48-23 and they cruised through the final quarter.

The Windjammers go to 6-5 on the season and move up to ninth place in the Maine Principals' Association Heal Point Standings in Class A North. Messalonskee at 11-0 is in first place. The top 10 teams make the playoffs.

Camden's Mara Dostie led the scoring attack for the Windjammers with 13 points.  (Photo by Ron Hawkes)

11 of 12 players scored for Camden Hills led by Mara Dostie with 13 points; Kassie Krul and MiAe DeWaard eight each; Kristina Kelly seven; Charlotte Messer and Lauren Miller six each; Julia Holt four; Laticia Billings three; Kaylyn Krul and Audrey Bowman two each; and Emily Morse one.

Camden Hills was 12-of-19 (63 percent) from the charity stripe and they had two 3-pointers, one each from Kelly and Dostie.

For Morse, Noa Sreden had a game-high 18 points; Sierra Wallace five; Isabella Monbouqette four; Hope Faulkingham three; and Emma Gould, Marjia Medenica, Dory Kulls and Samantha Brown two each.

Morse was 3-of-5 (60 percent) from the foul line and they had three 3-pointers, two from Sreden and one from Wallace.

Camden's Julia Holt goes in with a layup for two points.  (Photo by Ron Hawkes)
DeWaard came off the bench in the first quarter and scored six points to lead the Windjammers. Dostie scored seven points in the second quarter and seven players put points on the board as they outscored the Shipbuilders 20-6 in the second quarter.

Seven players scored again in the third quarter led by Dostie with four. The final quarter saw Morse outscore the Windjammers 15-12 as Camden Hills emptied their bench giving many players that have been struggling for playing time quality minutes while the game still mattered.

On Wednesday, Jan. 25 the Windjammers will travel to Medomak who has been hot lately since knocking off Gardner.  Game time is 6:30 p.m.



Camden's Lauren Miller drives for the layup as Morse's Hope Faulkingham looks on.  (Photo by Ron Hawkes)

Camden's Kassie Krul, right, looks to put the shot up over Morse's Hope Faulkingham.  (Photo by Ron Hawkes)

Camden's Laticia Billings drives uncontested to the basket.  (Photo by Ron Hawkes)




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