|Hampden's Catrina El-Hajj gets rejected with this block from Camden Hills Audrey Bowman. (Photo by Ron Hawkes)|
Hampden took a 13-12 first quarter lead but went on an 8-0 run toward the end of the second quarter to take a 32-20 lead into the halftime and they never let up. By the end of the third Hamden had doubled up Camden 48-24. The Windjammers made a nice effort in the final stanza but came up short.
Mya Wiley led the Jammers' with 12 points; Audrey Bowman eight; Kira Barley six; Kalyn Krul five; Nicole Brown, Chloe Simmons, and Chelsea Field two each; and Kesha Lane one.
Camden Hills was 8-of-13 from the foul line and they had two 3-pointers both from Wiley.
For Hampden Academy, Isabelle Soucy had a team-high 12 points; Emily Murphy and Sade Francis nine each; Alydia Brillant and Amelia McLaughlin eight each; Sydney Hatch six; Sydney Hodgdon three; and Camryn Bouchard and Catrina El-Hajj two each.
|Camden Hills Ayla Curit finds herself wide open. (Photo by Ron Hawkes)|
|Hampden's Isabelle Soucy, left, drives past Camden Hills Audrey Bowman on a fast break. (Photo by Ron Hawkes)|
|Hampden's Emily Murphy, left, takes a shot over Camden Hills Kalyn Krul. (Photo by Ron Hawkes)|
|Hampden's Faith Tapley, front, is closely guarded by Camden Hills Maggie Maxwell. (Photo by Ron Hawkes)|
|Camden Hills Kalyn Krul, left, and Hampden Academy's Catrina El-Hajj battle for a loose ball. (Photo by Ron Hawkes)|