Clippers Shut-Out Camden Hills

Dan Latham picked up his second shut-out in as many games as Yarmouth cruised to a 3-0 victory over Camden Hills. The Clippers largely dominated play, but struggled to establish an offensive zone cycle or quality scoring opportunities when playing  5 v 5 in Camden Hills’ zone.

In the opening period, Spencer King ’20 went bar-down on a power play goal that would prove to be the game-winner.  Dom Morrill ’18 and Cooper May ’18 picked up the assists.

King celebrates his power play goal

In the second period, defenseman Sam Marjerison ’19 rifled a shot from the point to extend the lead to two.  Youssef Ayad ’18 and Will Giese ’20 were credited with the assists.

Marjerison picked up Yarmouth’s second goal

In the final period, Michael Guertler ’19 banged home a loose puck for the final 3-0 score with assists from Kurt Heywood ’19 and Joe Truesdale ’18.

Guertler with the final goal of the game

On Monday, February 12th, the Clippers will take on Edward Little High School in make-up game at Norway Savings Bank Arena.  Game time is 3:40 pm.


Graden Caulfield ’18 looks to move the puck up the ice
Jack Buthy ’20 with good stick-on-puck defense

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