Sunday, November 19, 2023

Visiting Windjammer girls slip past Hampden


A scene from the Windjammers 7-8th grade B girls at Hampden 7-8th B at Reeds Brook School in Hampden. The Windjammers won the game 35-31. (Photo by Ron Hawkes)

Travel basketball with 7-8th grade girls B teams from Camden-Rockport, the Windjammers, and the host Hampden Broncos.

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An exciting game between two very competitive teams. The Windjammers led after the first quarter 10-9 but fell behind Hampden 15-14 at the half.  The Windjammers built a little lead in the third quarter as they outscored Hampden 10-6, fueled by a pair of back-to-back 3-pointers from Camden's Natalia Davis. That lead was enough to hold off the Broncos as the Windjammers outscored Hampden 11-10 in the final stanza for the 35-31 win.

Scoring for the Windjammers was Davis with a team-high 13 points,  including two 3-pointers. Also scoring for the Windjammers was Esma Tobiasz with six points, Liv Domareki and Maggie Harbaugh with four each, and Julia Hart and Baya Healey with two each. The Windjammers were 1-of-6 from the foul line.

For Hampden, Rivers Bradford had a game-high 16 points, Avery Light and Ahlyza Dunham with five each, Mia Reid and Kenzie Stone with two points each, and Sophia Lord with one point. The Broncos were 7-of-18 from the charity stripe. 

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