|The Camden Hills boys stand for the National Anthem Tuesday night. Brewer defeated Camden Hills 74-61. (Photo by Ron Hawkes)|
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Trailing by six at the halftime break the Brewer boys came out fired up and took over the game in the third quarter outscoring the Windjammers 26-6 giving them enough of a cushion to hold off the Windjammers in the final quarter to take the 74-61 win.
With the win, Brewer moves to ninth place with one game left against Mt. Blue. The top eight teams move to the playoffs. Camden Hills fell to the fourth spot in the Maine Principles Association Heal Point Standings. They will travel to Morse of Bath Thursday, Feb. 8 for their final regular season game.
Brewer had four players in double figures, Kobe Rogerson led the way with 25 points; Isaac Cummings 14; Nate Laskey 12; and Brandon Glidden 11. Other scorers were Jaycob Miller with eight; and Cameron Monroe and Sean Neal two each. The Witches were 16-of-21 (76 percent) from the foul line.
For Camden Hills, John Curtin had 18 points; Jeremy Fraser 16; Noah Heidorn and Daniel Peabody eight each; Ionut Lodge four; Michael Kremin three; and Ethan Ford and Michael McGeady two each. Camden Hills was 7-of-10 (70 percent) from the foul line.
For Camden Hills and coach Hart, who yesterday was announced as one of the members of this years Maine Basketball Hall of Fame inductions, will have to wait for their game Thursday against Morse for Coach Hart to reach the magical number 500 win. Coach Hart has been at the helm of the boy's program at Camden-Rockport High School and Camden Hills for 36 years.
|Brewer's Nate Laskey left, and Camden Hills Noah Heidorn battle for a rebound. (Photo by Ron Hawkes)|
|Camden Hills John Curtin uses his height to look over the situation on the floor. (Photo by Ron Hawkes)|
|Camden Hills Ethan Ford grabs a rebound in front of a Brewer defender. (Photo by Ron Hawkes)|
|Brewer's Colby Miller center gets a shot off in front of Camden Hills, Daniel Peabody, right, and Ionut Lodge. (Photo by Ron Hawkes)|