The Camden Hills girls soccer team looks to make a late-season surge and shoot up the Eastern Class B Heal Point Standings, with hosting a potential preliminary playoff game legitimately in the Windjammers’ sights.

Playing visiting Belfast, a squad which has struggled with only two victories against winless Mount View of Thorndike to their credit, the Windjammers did what was expected of them. Namely, they played a strong game start to finish Wednesday en route to a 5-0 victory over the Lions on Don Palmer Field in a makeup game from Tuesday.

Caroline Matteo had two goals and two assists to lead Camden Hills, while Haley Williams, Kristina Alex and Addie Drinkwater also creased the nets for the hosts. Hannah Corney and Mia Maddox also added assists.

The Windjammers dominated play from start to finish, which was evident by the hosts holding a 20-0 edge in shots. Lion keeper Ashley Littlefield made 15 saves, while Lindsay Bumbalo played in net for the ‘Jammers. Camden Hills also held a 6-0 advantage in corner kicks.

Alex got the Windjammers on the board with 21:16 remaining in the first half when Corney put a shot on net that was stopped by Littlefield but deflected back into the field of play to the senior, who popped in the sure goal. Williams later scored, on an assist from Matteo, on a cross from the right side to put the hosts up by two goals with 10:30 remaining. The ‘Jammers held a 2-0 halftime lead.

Matteo, who assisted on the first two goals, got one of her own of the unassisted variety with 23:10 remaining in the second half, essentially putting the game out of reach. Drinkwater later added a score after beating the Lion keeper in a 1-on-1 situation and Matteo, on a cross from the left assisted by Maddox, rounded out the scoring.

Camden Hills (6-2-2, 39.8214 points) is seventh in Eastern Class B, while Belfast (2-8, 1.4286 points) is 16th. Hermon (9-1-1, 72.4617 points) is first in the 18-team region.

Previously, at Bath Sept. 27, the Shipbuilders sailed past the Windjammers en route to the 4-0 victory.

Tori Field scored twice and added an assist for Morse, while Erika Hendrickson also scored for the hosts. Both teams attempted five shots, while Camden Hills held a 2-0 edge in corner kicks.

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