BRATTLEBORO -- In men’s league basketball, Browns Dandelion Sage creamed W&B Maintenance, 109-58, and Pancake Design hounded Hotel Pharmacy, 112-76 in Friday night action at Gibson-Aiken.

Deving Manning led his team with 36 points, almost all made from beyond the arc, Tyson Dowdy racked up 21, and Justin McAllister and Marcus Ferenc each scored 11 points apiece to pace the winners. Kenny Howe led W&B with 24 points.

Terry Sparks drained 24 points to lead Pancake, while teammates Henry Ireland, Trey Sparks, Teddy Knutson, Kris Kachelmeyer, Adam Hargraves, and Joel Gould all had double-digit points games. Jeff Dixon carried Hotel Pharmacy with 13 points, and Jim Gray, Robbie Dichard, and Bernard Jacobs all pitched in with 10 points apiece.

Women’s league

BRATTLEBORO -- Chroma clipped New England House, 50-49, and Lawton Floor polished the court with Houghton Sanitary Service, 34-25, Monday in women’s league games.

Marilyn Ferreira scored 20 points to lead Chroma, and Ashley Gomarlo carried New England House with 17. Lawton’s Stephanie Libardoni racked up 13 points, while Anna Lashway led Houghton with 13.

Youth hockey: Hawks back in form

The BHA Mites played Westfield on Saturday. Ivan Lyons played goalie. Rowan Lonergan, Sam Hall, Kyle Hamilton and Nick Gerard all scored for the Hawks.

The BHA Hawks Squirts got back to their winning ways on Saturday with a tilt against Holy Name Green in West Springfield, Ma. Darek Harvey provided the highlights for the Hawks in the first period with a number of outstanding saves, including one Sportscenter worthy glove save, to keep Holy Name off the board. Gabe Heiden broke through the tough defense for Holy Name in the second period to put the Hawks up 1-0.

Harvey and his defense, led by a very solid Jack Rockefeller, Lauren Carpenter, Nelly Tattersall, Ethan Young and Torin Kindopp buckled down to preserve the shutout. Aden McMahon sealed the deal with an empty net goal late in the third to end the game 2-0.

The Squirts are alone in the GSL B Division with this win. They’ll have an at home rematch with Holy Name Green on Sunday morning at 8:45, after facing Pioneer Valley in a sunrise game in Holyoke on Saturday.