Camden JV girls sneak past Bangor

BANGOR – The season opener for Camden and Bangor was Thursday evening at Bangor High School with the Windjammers coming out on top 2-0.

Bangor's Maddie Tritt (11) uses her shoulder to stop the ball as Camden Hills Kyra Anderson, left, and Molly Hixon looks to battle for the ball. (Photo by Ron Hawkes)

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The game was well played by both teams with Bangor dominating the ball on the field, and Camden able to finish to pick up the win.

Camden scored its first goal with 12:31 remaining in the first half when Ali Saucier when she just beat the Bangor keeper to punch the ball into the goal.

Camden Hills keeper, Ella Graffam makes a save on a Bangor scoring opportunity. Graffam did not have a lot of action but stayed focused stopping whatever came her way for the win. (Photo by Ron Hawkes)
The Jammer's scored again in the second half when the Rams committed a foul giving Auren Teel a penalty kick which she buried in the upper left corner of the net for the 2-0 score.

This was a very well-played game by two teams that showed a lot of promise for the future varsity teams.

Camden Hills---1--1--2

Bangor JV girls coach David Hadden congratulates Rachel Mathieu for her play on the field. (Photo by Ron Hawkes)

Bangor's Brooke Hadden gives the ball a ride with this boot. (Photo by Ron Hawkes)


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