ROCKPORT — As part of its homecoming celebrations, the Camden Hills varsity boys soccer team celebrated a shutout victory Saturday, Oct. 9 over Oxford Hills at Don Palmer Field in Rockport.
Max Welt got the scoring started for the Windjammers, courtesy a Cam Brown assist, when he cut the ball inside and fired a hard ball to the back post.
Just under seven minutes later Avery Hackett got on the back end of a Max Welt free kick to extend the advantage to 2-0 at the 18 minute mark.
The Windjammers were unrelenting in their pressure and one minute later Brown took a feed from Sam Brownawell and converted for a third goal.
With two minutes to play, Charlie Pons would take a ball from Rowan Aldridge-Peacock and finish to the back post. Pons would score two more goals in the second half (assisted by Schenk) to complete his hat trick.
At the end of the contest, Camden Hills was celebrating a 6-0 victory.
Windjammer goalkeeper Henry Pharris saved one ball on one Oxford Hills shot. Oxford Hills goalie, Hand, finished with five saves on 22 Windjammer shots. The 'Jammers held the edge in corner kicks 5-0.
“Today was a beautiful day to play soccer and we had an excellent game,” said Camden Hills head coach Ryan Hurley. “It was wonderful to see so many familiar faces return for the homecoming festivities. The boys did well to play the game at our pace and to our standards. We have yet another monster week coming up with three incredibly challenging games so we'll savor the victory for the rest of the weekend and then get back to business on Monday.”
The Windjammers will host Messalonskee on Tuesday, Oct. 12, travel to Brunswick on Thursday, Oct. 14 and travel to Lewiston on Oct. 16.