BREWER — Over the weekend, the Camden Hills varsity ice hockey team suffered its first loss since the start of the new year.
The Windjammers traveled to Brewer on Saturday, Feb. 8 to compete at the Penobscot Ice Arena in a contest that was, once again, a fight for coveted heal points to determine playoff seedings.
Alas, the Windjammers could not collect a victory and fell 4-2 to Brewer.
The Windjammers tallied the game’s first goal when Levi Guay found the back of the net courtesy a Quinn Brown assist on a power play.
Three minutes later, Liam Spaulding scored for Brewer off assists by Keegan Nilsson and Aubrey Badger.
In the second period, Brewer took a 2-1 advantage when Nick Vinson scored on a penalty shot.
Two minutes later, Jakob Johnson scored for Camden Hills on a power play goal with Rory Carlson and Levi Guay tallying an assist.
Brewer tallied its final two goals of the game in the third period from Nick Vinson (Spaudling assist) and Spaulding (Vinson assist).
The Windjammers close out the regular season with a trio of games: at home against Gardiner (Feb. 12) and Hampden Academy (Feb. 15) and on the road against John Bapst (Feb. 19).
The home contests will start at 7:15 p.m. and will be held at the Midcoast Recreation Center in Rockport. The regular season finale Feb. 19 will be held at 6:30 p.m. in Bangor.
Camden Hills currently sits in third place in Class B North with 79.5988 points, behind top-ranked Old Town/Orono (85.6327 points) and Hampden Academy (85.0463 points). The top eight teams qualify for the playoffs.
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