SKOWHEGAN — The Camden Hills varsity boys soccer team hit the road to challenge Skowhegan on Monday, Oct. 1 where the Windjammers started fast by scoring three goals in the first half and adding another in the second securing a 4-0 victory.
With the victory, the Windjammers improved its record to 4-5 with its next game scheduled for Thursday, Oct. 4 on the road against Bangor at 3:30 p.m.
Quinn Brown got the scoring started for Camden Hills with the first goal of the game. Max Moore tallied two goals on the day, twice scoring on corner kicks. Adam Thorndike closed the second half out with a nice goal in the second half. Bryce Tyler and Michael Blackwell both had assists. Nathan Levig started the game in the Windjammer net making two saves, Matt Kremin came on for the final 20 minutes and made three saves to combine with Levig on the shutout.
The Windjammers held a 20-5 edge in shots and a 12-1 advantage in corners.
"We did a nice job of keeping possession and attacking,” said Camden Hills head coach Ryan Hurley. “Skowhegan worked hard and was organized but we did well to keep the width and attack the areas we hoped to attack. We'll look to build on this momentum when we take on an excellent Bangor side on Thursday."
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