|Hampden Academy at Camden Hills JV Girls basketball. Hampden won 61-12. (Photo by Ron Hawkes)|
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This is a Hampden JV team that could compete with a number of varsity teams which bodes well for the next few years for the Broncos. The Windjammers while offensively struggled to put points on the board played tough and never showed any signs of defeat. Great hustle and determination from everyone.
Hampden took an 18-2 first-quarter lead and head a 28-4 halftime advantage. By the end of the third quarter the Broncos were up 48-6 and while the game was well in the hands of Hampden, the young Windjammers battled hard and put up as many points in the fourth quarter, (six) as they had the first three. That shows solid determination and a never quit attitude.
Scoring for Hampden Academy was, Amelia McGlaughlin and Megan Deans with 11 points each; Lucy Knight 10; Isabella Soucy and Sade Francis eight each; Jasmine Willett five; Sydney Hodgdon four; and Emily Murphy and Jordan Lockhart two. The Broncos were 8-of-9 from the foul line.
For Camden Hills, Ayla Curit, Seanna Montgomery, Hannah Fiske, Mary-Kate Pons, and Chloe Simmons two each; and Grace O'Connell and Hope Osgood one each. The Windjammers were 2-of-9 from the foul line.
|Hampden Academy's Megan Deans, left, battles with Camden Hills Chloe Simmons for a rebound. (Photo by Ron Hawkes)|
|Hampden Academy's Isabella Soucy looks the situation over from the corner. (Photo by Ron Hawkes)|
|Camden Hills, Ayla Curit, left, drives past Hampden Academy's Emily Murphy during Thursday's game in Rockport. (Photo by Ron Hawkes)|
|Camden Hills Hannah Fiske works her way past a Hampden defender. (Photo by Ron Hawkes)|