Windjammer JV boys defensive pressure leads to win over Belfast

The Camden Hills boys basketball program hosted Belfast with the junior varsity opening the night with a Camden Hills 59-42 win.

Camden Hills Ethan Ford, right, fights with a Belfast defender. Give me the ball! (Photo by Ron Hawkes)
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The two teams battled equally in the first quarter with the Windjammers taking a one point 15-14 lead. Camden was able to extend the lead a little in the second quarter to take a 28-22 lead into the halftime break. The third quarter was all Camden Hills pushing their lead to 47-30 heading into the final stanza where they coasted to the win.

Scoring for Camden Hills was Kerry Sabanty with a game-high 18 points; Ethan Ford nine; Trajan Gilson seven; Michael McGeady and Michael Kremin six each; Ionut Lodge five; Justin Secotte four; and Josh Pearce and Ethan Bereja two each.

Camden Hills Kerry Sabanty flys past Belfast's Luke Lightner for two of his game-high 18 points. (Photo by Ron Hawkes)
The young Windjammers had a good night behind the arc but struggled readily at the free throw line shooting just 12-of-31 (39 percent) as a team. They knocked down nine 3-point shots, four from Sabanty, two from Kremin and one each from Ford, Gilson, and Lodge.

For Belfast, Dakota Payson had a team-high 13 points; Luke Lightner nine; Evan Porter and Andrew Ackles seven each; and Perry with six.

The Lions were 13-of-22 from the foul line and they had one 3-point basket from Porter.

Belfast's Grady Doolan just gets a piece of this shot from Camden Hills Michael McGeady. (Photo by Ron Hawkes)

Belfast's Luke Lightner goes up high on a fast break for a layup. (Photo by Ron Hawkes)

Camden Hills Conrad Crans battled hard on the boards all night. He gets set to put up a shot after grabbing this rebound.(Photo by Ron Hawkes)

Camden Hills Josh Pearce knocks down a long two. (Photo by Ron Hawkes)


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