Dragons edge Windjammers in boys soccer nail-biter
ROCKPORT — The Camden Hills varsity boys soccer team hosted Brunswick for a homecoming contest Saturday, Sept. 24 in Rockport.
The visiting Dragons spoiled the homecoming festivities by scoring a goal with 8.3 seconds to go in the contest, courtesy of a corner kick opportunity.
“It was a fast and physical game with both teams hitting the post and crossbar multiple times,” said Camden Hills head coach Ryan Hurley.
Brunswick held the edge in shots 12-11 while the host Windjammers had an edge in corners 5-4.
Brady LaForge of Brunswick and Camden Hills goalie Brian Leonard both made several key saves to keep their teams in the game. Leonard finished with four saves and LaForge finished with six.
Camden Hills recorded 11 shots on goal, five corner kicks, 20 fouls and four saves. Meanwhile, Brunswick tallied 12 shots on goal, four corner kicks, seven fouls and six saves.