QUECHEE -- Sammy Cunningham scored a career-high 19 points that included five 3-pointers, Colton Butler had a double-double (10 points, 10 rebounds), and the Twin Valley girls basketball team conquered Mid-Vermont Christian, 52-34, handing the hosts their first loss of their regular season on Friday night.
The Wildcats took a 15-11 lead after one quarter then racked up the points for a 30-17 advantage by halftime.
"We had pretty good balance and had an almost perfect first half," said Twin Valley coach Buddy Hayford. "It gave us a nice comfortable lead."
Savannah Nesbitt scored 10 points and had seven assists, Christina Moore had nine boards, and Hannah Swanson tallied five points with nine rebounds for the winners.
Mid-Vermont Christian’s Seale sisters, Phoebe (17 points) and Anna (11 points) led their team on offense.
The 4-2 Wildcats will play at Proctor tonight at 6:30.
Creamery, Rice, Pancake get wins in men’s hoops
BRATTLEBORO -- The following men’s basketball action took place over the weekend at the Gibson-Aiken Center gymnasium on Main Street.
On Friday, in game no. 1, Green Mt. Creamery crushed Lane, 110-66, with Brandon Clark going on the attack for the winners for 36 points, while teammate Rob Rea had 22 points, and Kyle Blais and Chad Austin racked up 15 points apeice. Eric Boyd (22 points) and Chad Cutting (21 points) led Lane.
In the second matchup, the B-Town Blazers scorched Basketball Joes, 94-53. Tim Fellows tallied 25 points, Zane Bullins scored 19 points, and Jason Dennis had 18 points. Jake Hoak scored 18 points for the Joes.
Hotel Pharmacy got a 98-60 win over The Marina on Saturday. Gary Castle went off for 34 points, while Paul Trudeau and Kendrick Waterman racked up 16 points each for Hotel. The Marina was led by Dave Rennick with 24 points and Steve Rennick (11 points).
Rice Appraisal clipped Manifesto, 67-63. Steve Kapnal had 18 points to pace the victors, while teammate Rich Carrol had 15. On the Manifesto side, Corey Jackson scored 22 points to lead his team.
On Sunday, Pancake Design cooked Brown Enterprise, 89-75, with Henry Ireland leading the charge with 37 points, plus a solid effort from Ryan Squires with 24 points. Eric Kidney scored 22 points and Jake Quinney chipped in with 16 points on the day for Brown Ent.
Browns Dandelion Sage downed DMI, 84-73 in game no. 2. Andrew Cavanagh racked up 24 points and teammate Andrew Loney had 18 to lead Browns, while Seth Deyo guided his DMI team on offense with 17 points.
In the final decision, Perra Law Office took an 80-66 win against Brattleboro Ford/Subaru. Dan Braden led the law practicioners with 17 points, while Jamie Garfield and Jim Derosia scored 11 points apiece. The auto group was led by Shane Spivey with 15 points.