|Hampden Academy's Brylee Wildman, floor, and Camden Hills Laticia Billings battle for a loose ball before a jump ball was called. Hampden Academy won the game 60-40. (Photo by Ron Hawkes)|
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Hampden Academy sits in the No. 1 position in Class A North Heal Point Standings with an 11-1 record. Camden Hills falls to 10th place, the top eight make the playoffs, with a 1-10 record on the season.
Thursday the Windjammers led once in the game scoring the first basket. Hampden took a13-11 first-quarter lead and built it to an 8-point 26-18 halftime lead. The Broncos came out of the locker room at the end of the half and exploded into the third quarter where they built a 45-28 lead heading into the final stanza where they increased the advantage to the 20-point win.
The Camden Hills starters played well with Hampden in the first half, but without the bench depth that the Broncos have the Windjammers ran out of gas trying to play up to Hampden's up-tempo game.
Scoring for Hampden Academy was, Baily Donavan and Sophia Narofsky had 13 points each; Brooklynn Scott nine; Camryn Bouchard eight; Alydia Brillant seven; Braylee Wildman four; Cassidy Burke three; Emily Murphy two; and Jordan Lockhard one. The Broncos were 14-of-21 (67 percent) from the foul line. They knocked down four 3-point baskets with two from Bouchard and one each from Burke and Brillant.
For Camden Hills, Lauren Miller led the Windjammers with 11 points; Mya Wiley 10; MiAe DeWaard five; Miranda Dunton, Audrey Bowman, and Laticia Billings four each; and Nicole Brown two. Camden Hills was 4-of-8 (50 percent) from the foul line. They had two 3-point baskets both from Wiley.
Camden Hills will take on Nokomis tonight, Jan. 19 at 6:30 p.m. while Hampden Academy will be back in action tonight at 6 pm when they host Brewer.
|Camden Hills coach Kim Kuhn gives Kira Barley instruction as she gets sent into the game. (Photo by Ron Hawkes)|
|Camden Hills Lauren Miller splits the defense and drives in for a hard layup. (Photo by Ron Hawkes)|
|Hampden Academy's Bailey Donavan, left, gets a shot off over Camden Hills MiAe DeWaard during Thursday's game in Rockport. (Photo by Ron Hawkes)|
|Hampden Academy's Sadie Francis pulled down a rebound and took the ball out baseline to start the transition. (Photo by Ron Hawkes)|