BRUNSWICK — The Camden Hills varsity boys soccer team hit the road on Tuesday, Oct. 9 to Brunswick where they fell 4-0 to the Dragons.
With the loss, the Windjammers record fell to 5-7 on the season.
Everrett Horch scored two goals and Josh Musica scored once to lead the Dragons to the KVAC Class A win. Camden Hills registered an own goal in the contest.
The Windjammers held a 16-13 lead in shots while the Dragons held a 8-3 advantage in corner kicks.
Matt Kremin made eight saves for Camden Hills while Jack McDiarmid made 10 saves for Brunswick.
"We had a rough start to the game, scoring on ourselves made it challenging to bounce back,” said Camden Hills head coach Ryan Hurley. “The boys played determined and carried play for long stretches of the night but we couldn't find the back of the net or deal with the Brunswick attack the way we had hoped. With two games left we'll give it everything we have in the hopes of getting to .500 and sending our seniors off in a manner they deserve."
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