ROCKPORT — The Camden Hills varsity boys lacrosse team finished the regular season by splitting its final two contests in Rockport.
The Windjammers bested Morse in its senior recognition game before falling to Brunswick in the regular season finale.
Fourteen seniors for the Camden Hills were recognized May 27: Christopher Cammelieri, Jackson Fitch, Logan Odone, Owen Cooper, Oliver Dietter, Eben Fagonde, Elias Libby, Willy Doehla, Vanya Perevalov, Rory Carlson, Jakob Johnson, Cole Freeman, Camden Powell and Alex Kurzius.
The Windjammers enter the playoffs with a 10-2 record as the fifth-seed and will open the postseason with a home contest Thursday, June 9 against 12th-seed Morse at 1 p.m. The winner will face No. 4 Brunswick or No. 13 Greely in the quarterfinals.
May 31: Brunswick 17, Camden Hills 9
Brunswick maintained quarterly advantages of 6-2, 14-6 and 16-9. Camden Hills came within striking distance of tying the game in the second quarter with the score at 7-6 when Brunswick went on a 7-0 scoring run in the final five minutes of the quarter.
Stats for Camden Hills: Jackson Fitch (three goals, two assists, three ground balls), Logan Odone (two goals, five faceoff wins of 19 faceoffs), Emmet Marshall (goal, assist), Finlay Fitch (goal), Jakob Johnson (goal, three ground balls), Eben Fagonde (goal, three ground balls) and Elias Libby (assist, 12 ground ball recoveries).
Camden Powell recorded 22 saves and 17 goals against in net for Camden Hills.
May 27: Camden Hills 20, Morse 12
The host Windjammers held quarterly advantages of 4-1, 14-4 and 20-4.
Stats for Camden Hills: Willy Doehla (four goals, four assists), Jackson Fitch (five goals, five ground balls), Jakob Johnson (five goals, assist), Eben Fagonde (three goals, three ground balls), Logan Odone (two goals, eight faceoff wins of 13 faceoffs), Quinn Riordan (goal), Cam Lawrence (assist), Elias Libby (10 ground ball recoveries), Owen Cooper (four ground balls) and Rory Carlson (three ground balls).
Working the goalie net for Camden Hills were Camden Powell (three quarters, six saves, four goals allowed) and Cole Freeman (one quarter, four saves, eight goals allowed).