ROCKPORT — In a home contest, the Camden Hills boys varsity soccer team was challenged by Cony on Wednesday, Sept. 26.
After a hard fought game and a strong offensive push from the Windjammers, Cony was able to slip past the hosts with a 1-0 victory.
Camden Hills led in shots 11-4 and in corners 7-0.
Matiasz Biasuz converted a free kick 10 minutes into the second half for Cony.
In goal for the Windjammers, Camden Hills recorded three saves, while Joao Bendini recorded nine in the net for Cony.
“We really needed a win today and didn’t turn up to play,” said Camden Hills head coach Ryan Hurley.
With the loss, Camden Hills falls to 3-4 on the season.
The Windjammers are in the midst of playing six games in nine days.
The Windjammers will next host Edward Little on Sept. 27 and Hampden Academy on Sept. 29. Camden Hills when then travel to Skowhegan on Oct. 1 and Medomak Valley on Oct. 2. Finally, the Windjammers will host Bangor on Oct. 4.
“This will be a true test of our character — I know we have it, but we need to play our best from here on out if we want to make playoffs,” Hurley said of playing six games in nine days.
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