Maine HS Hockey Highlights: Camden Hills, Orono/Old Town Grab Tourney Titles

Nathan Fournier
Nathan Fournier
Nathan has been covering college, junior, and high school hockey for the last six years for numerous publications. You can follow him on Twitter @jrhockeywriter.

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Camden Hills 8, Spruce Mountain/Winthrop/Lawrence/Maranacook 1

Charlie Griebel finished off his high school career in style as he had two goals and an assist to lead the Windjammers past the Hawks. Camden Powell also had two goals while Levi Guay had a goal and two assists. Evan Gourley scored the Hawks lone goal. Thomas Thornton had 33 saves for the Hawks.

Levi Guay
Camden Hills

Round Robin

Camden Hills 6, Waterville/Winslow 5

After the Windjammers jumped out to an early lead Waterville/Winslow clawed back to make a game, but Camden Hills hang on to win 6-5. Camden Powell, Emmet Marshall, Charlie Greibel and Levi Guay helped the Windjammers to a 4-0 lead. Nate Newgard (three goals) and Peter Sack (two goals) cut the deficit to 4-2 for Waterville/Winslow. Eli Libby stretched the Windjammers lead to 5-2 before Newgard and Sack struck again. Owen McManus potted Camden Hills sixth goal with an empty netter and Newgard struck again off the ensuing faceoff.

Camden Hills 4, Cony/Monmouth/Hall-Dale/Erskine Academy 3

Levi Guay had a hat trick as the Windjammers defeated the Rams 4-3. Jacob Godbout and Tyrell Sousa helped the Rams to a 2-1 lead after the first half. Guay scored for Camdem Hills. Guay then tied the game up at two in the second half. Charlie Griebel blast gave the Windjammers a 3-2 lead. Sousa tied the contest up at three with his second goal for the Rams then Guay had the game-winner to complete the hat trick. William Gardner made 15 saves for the victory and Marty Shea stopped 29 shots in the losing effort.

Myles Hammond

Gardiner 5, Messalonskee 4, OT

Casey Paul potted a pair as the Gardiner Tigers defeated Messalonskee Eagles 5-4. Myles Hammond and Will Durkee helped put the Eagles up 2-1 at halftime with Paul putting the Tigers on the board. Nate Luiz tied the game at two in the second half. Bryce Crowell scored two second half goals to put the Eagles ahead 4-3 as Ethan Boardman scored for Gardiner. With under 10 seconds remaining Camdyn Lasselle scored off a rebound to force overtime. Paul scored nearly 90 seconds into overtime to give Gardiner the win.

Penobscot Valley Conference Tournament


Orono/Old Town 2, Hampden Academy 0

Carter Walls scored both goals as the Black Bears defeated the Broncos 2-0. Aidan Rand made 18 saves for the shutout while Cooper Ryan made 26 saves in the loss.

Regular Season

Lewiston 6, Cheverus/Yarmouth 2

Daxton St. Hilaire had a pair of goals to help the Blue Devils to a win over Cheverus/Yarmouth. Connor Wolverton had a goal and two assists while Damon Bossie, Cole Ulrich and Tanner Anctil each had a goal. Tyler Leger and Nick Pelletier each had two assists for Lewiston. Graycen Hayes-Begley and Nick Giancotti potted goals for Cheverus/Yarmouth.

Lewiston 4, Edward Little 4, OT

Lewiston’s Daxton St. Hilaire scored his second of the game with under two minutes remaining in the second half as the Blue Devils had the goalie pulled while shorthanded for five-minute major penalty to tie the game as the Blue Devils and Red Eddies skated to a 4-4 tie. Jack Keefe gave Edward Little a 4-3 lead with under six minutes remaining in the game. Evan Knowlton also had two goals for the Blue Devils. Wesley Clements and Campbell Cassidy had a goal and an assist for the Red Eddies. Tate Morse had a goal. Keegan McLaughlin stopped 24 shots for Lewiston and Gage Ducharme made 25 saves for EL

Falmouth 4, Greely 1

After Alex Wallace scored 16 seconds into the contest, Falmouth scored four unanswered goals to take the Dudley Cup, the annual game between Greely and Falmouth. All four goals came from Owen Drummey. Evan Dutil and Jake Moore assisted on Wallace’s goal. Charlie Adams and Aaron Higgins had two assists for Falmouth. Nic Langdon stopped 20 shots for the Yachtsmen. Keji Wiessner and Spencer Osgood combined to make 19 saves for Greely.

Cape Elizabeth 5, Greely 2

Five different Capers scored in the 5-2 victory over the Rangers. Alex Thayer and Quinn Gordon opened up a 2-0 lead for Cape Elizabeth while Matt Kennedy responded for Greely. Connor Goss potted a goal early in the second half to put the Capers up 3-1 before Evan Dutil answered for the Rangers. Sabastien Moon and Nick Laughlin scored as Cape Elizabeth pulled away for the win. Charlie Garvin made 15 saves for the Capers. Keji Wiessner and Spencer Osgood combined to make 22 saves for Greely.

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