Camden Hills girls net third win of season over Gardiner

ROCKPORT – The weather did not play well Wednesday for the Gardiner at Camden Hills girls tennis match, so the games were moved indoors to the Midcoast Recreation Canter and the Windjammers went on to win 5-0 in eight-game pro set matches.

Camden Hills Charlotte Messer returns a volley late in the last game. Camden Hills won the match 5-0. (Photo by RJ Hawkes)

The Windjammers go to 3-0 on the season and will now take their talents on the road for the next four matches with Erskine Academy of So. China on deck for Friday, April 28.

Camden Hills Naomi Landry delivers a powerful serve. (Photo by RJ Hawkes)
Individual results, with Camden Hills players listed first, in singles, Naomi Landry defeated Kiara Goggin 8-2; Charlotte Messer defeated Sydnie Sirois 8-2; and Kassie Krul defeated Tiffany Chadbourne 8-0.

In doubles, Kelsie Merrill and Sophia Landry defeated Emily Peacock and Lexy Pinkham 8-2; and Claire Pierce and Julia Holt defeated Lexi Nestor and Maddy Walker 8-3.

The talented Windjammers have won their matches 4-1, 4-1 and 5-0 thus far this season.

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Camden Hills Claire Pierce focuses n the ball and delivers a nice backhand. (Photo by Ron Hawkes)

Camden Hills Kassie Krul gets after a good shot from her opponent. (Photo by Ron Hawkes)

Camden Hills Julia Holt returns the ball during her doubles match. (Photo by Ron Hawkes)

Camden Hills Sophia Landry returns a serve in her first doubles match. (Photo by Ron Hawkes)

Camden Hills Kelsey Merrill looks to deliver a solid backhand. (Photo by Ron Hawkes)

It's all in the eyes; Camden's Charlotte Messer shows great concentration as she returns this serve. (Photo by Ron Hawkes)


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