Witches continue to rule, JV stops Camden Hills

ROCKPORT – The Brewer Witches boys basketball team had a sweep on the mind after the junior varsity boys handed Camden Hills a 57-47 loss on their home court.

Brewer's Cameron Monroe, left, gets a hand on the ball in Camden Hills Ionut Lodge's hands knocking it out of bounds. (Photo by Ron Hawkes)

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The Witches came out strong and took a 16-11 first-quarter lead but Camden fought back and closed the lead to 21-20 at the halftime break. By the end of the third quarter of play, Brewer had built their lead back to five, 38-33 heading into the final stanza. Despite a compelling effort from the Windjammers, it was not enough as Brewer held on for the win.

Brewer's Nate Laskey puts the breaks on to make a pass into the post. (Photo by Ron Hawkes)
Scoring for Brewer was, Jaycob Miller with 14 points; Trevor Pearson 10; Colby Miller eight; Cameron Monroe seven; Connor Roope six; Max Perkins five; Nate Laskey three; and Season Neal and Ethan Hesseltine two each.

The Witches were 3-of-9 from the foul line and they had four 3-pointers, two from Roope, and one each from Laskey and Perkins.

For Camden Hills, Ionut Lodge had 12 points; Zach Markowitz 11; Michael Kremin eight; Kerry Sabanty and Michael McGeady six each; and Eric Glaser and Ethan Ford two each.

Camden Hills was 4-of-6 from the foul line and they knocked down five 3-pointers, two each from Lodge and Kremin and one from Markowitz.

Camden Hills coach Paul MacDonald is ready to get his players motivated. (Photo by Ron Hawkes)

Camden Hills Kerry Sabanty, right, takes a 3-pointer over Brewer's Connor Roope. (Photo by Ron Hawkes)

Brewer's Zach Butterfield, left, takes a shot over Camden's Michael McGeady and Conrad Crans (33). (Photo by Ron Hawkes)

Camden's Michael Kremin, center, splits the Brewer defense for two points. (Photo by Ron Hawkes)

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