ROCKPORT — The Camden Hills boys soccer team was shut out by Mount Ararat 5-0 in a Friday, Sept. 14 home contest.
With the loss, the Windjammers fall to 2-2 and turn attention to a Monday, Sept. 17 road contest against Oceanside.
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Mount Ararat took a 1-0 advantage into the half and then tallied an additional four goals in the second half.
Netting goals for Mount Ararat was Travis Nadeau (two), Will San Predro, Mason Brigham and Dakota Lopez.
Matt Kremin saved five shots for the Windjammers while James Singleton saved two for Mount Ararat.
"It was a tale of two halves today. In the first we played well and in the second we didn't play our best,” said Camden Hills head coach Ryan Hurley. “Mt. Ararat's senior laden team showed its experience and depth and we experienced the growing pains we knew might be in store for us at some point this season. I've got to do a better job preparing us to play the entire 80 minutes, we'll get back to work next week and take the lessons from this game and build on them."