The Camden Hills girls soccer team has experienced another solid season, while young, improving Mount View continues to battle for its first victory.

That was the scenario that faced the Windjammers and Mustangs Friday afternoon in Thorndike. And, although the hosts played their best of the season, it was not enough against talented Camden Hills, which rode home with a 5-0 win.

First-year Mount View coach David Page said his Mustangs “easily played our best game of the season despite the results. We just didn’t have the depth and experience to hang with them in the second half.”

The scored was 1-0 at halftime.

Caroline Matteo, Lexi Doudera, Kristina Alex, Jackay Richards and Leah Smith scored goals and Mia Maddox (2), Alex (2) and Matteo added assists for the Windjammers.

Camden Hills held a 23-8 edge in shots and 10-0 advantage in corner kicks. Lindsay Bumbalo made six saves in the Windjammer net and Amanda Larrabee 14 stops in the Mustang goal.

The Windjammers led 1-0 at halftime as Matteo converted Maddox’ assist with 32:40 left.

While the Mustangs played the visitors tough in the first 40 minutes, they could not stop the Windjammers in the second half, as Camden Hills scored four times, including from Doudera (Maddox assisting) at 39:44, Alex (Matteo assisting) with 36:49 remaining, Richards (Alex assisting) with 21:57 left and Smith (Alex assisting) with 8:09 left.

In the latest Maine Principals’ Association Heal Point Standings for Eastern Class B, Camden Hills (5-2-2, 33.1250 points) is seventh and Mount View (0-9, no points) 18th (last). Hermon (8-1-1, 64.6811 points) is first in the 18-team region. The top 12 teams qualify for the playoffs.

Camden Hills also won Friday’s javyee game 4-0.

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