Hampden JV girls shoot their way past Camden Hills

The Camden Hills girls basketball teams hosted Hampden Academy Wednesday night with the JV contest opening the night where the Broncos of Hampden Academy handed the Windjammers a 59-38 loss.

Hampden's Catrina El-Hajj gets rejected with this block from Camden Hills Audrey Bowman. (Photo by Ron Hawkes)
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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)

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