Nokomis girls eliminate Camden Hills from playoffs - UPDATED

AUGUSTA – The No. 6 Camden Hills girls traveled to the Augusta Civic Center for the Maine Principals' Association High School Tournament to take on No. 3 Nokomis of Newport in a Class A North quarterfinal with the Warriors running away with a 55-41 win over the Windjammers.

Camden Hills Kassie Krul puts up a shot on the run as MiAe DeWaard looks on. Camden Hills fell to Nokomis in the Class A North quarterfinal 55-41. (Photo by Ron Hawkes)

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Camden Hills finishes the season with an 11-8 record with coach Kim Kuhn in her first season as head coach.

Nokomis led after each quarter in this one14-12, 30-19, and 41-33 heading into the final stanza where the Warriors put the game away outscoring the Windjammers 14-8 for the 55-41 win.

The Windjammers were on a roll late in the regular season winning three in a row including a lopsided win over the same Nokomis team before falling in a very tough game 55-54 to Lawrence to end the regular season.

Today after getting out to a 7-2 lead the Windjammers fell behind never to regain the lead.

Scoring for Nokomis was Chelsea Crockett with a game-high 21 points; Sidney Moore 14; Austin Tylor eight; Gabby Lord five; Olivia Brown four; Maci Leali two; and Hannah Meservey one.

Nokomis was 8-of-12 (67 percent) from the foul line and they poured in seven 3-pointers, four from Moore and three from Crockett.

For Camden Hills Senior Charlotte Messer had a team-high 16 points; Kassie Krul and MiAe DeWaard seven each; Kristina Kelly five; Mara Dostie four; and Lauren Miller two.

The Windjammers were 6-of-8 (75 percent) from the foul line and they had three 3-pointers, two from Messer and one from Kelly.

The Windjammers will graduate four players this year, Emily Morse, Julia Holt, Messer, and Dostie.

Other members of the Camden Hills varsity team were, Kaylyn Krul, Audrey Bowman, Laticia Billings, Mya Wiley and Kira Barley. The head coach is Kim Kuhn and assistant coach is Rowena Motylewski Gunerson.


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