WILTON -- Allison Scott (17 points), Skylar Bonnette (15) and Bridget Bourne (10) provided plenty of scoring as the Hinsdale girls basketball team remained undefeated with an easy 52-24 victory over Wilton-Lyndeborough on Wednesday night.
"We took charge early. We were up by 15 at the half," said winning coach Terry Bonnette. "The girls played well defensively."
The 10-0 Pacers will host Derryfield on Friday night at 6:30.
Mt. Mansfield 2, Brattleboro 1
BRATTLEBORO -- Lauren Hagerty and Molly Burke each found the back of the net for the Cougars on Wednesday at Memorial Park.
The Colonels, who were outshot 41-12, got an unassisted goal from Sarah Laporte. Alex Fellows was solid between the pipes, according to BUHS coach Kraig Laporte.
"It was a physical game. They are a physical team. It’s a different style of hockey than we are used to," noted the Colonels coach.
Brattleboro, which lost to Mt. Mansfield 6-2 earlier in the season, dropped to 2-11 overall. The Colonels will host Rice on Saturday at 4:45 p.m., for what will be their Senior Day game.
Chroma women, GM Creamery/Commonwealth Dairy remain division leaders
BRATTLEBORO -- There were two close games recently held in the Rec & Parks women’s basketball league held at the Gibson-Aiken Center.
Chroma clipped New England House, 40-38, to stay atop the women’s basketball league standings. Marilyn Ferreira led the winners with 14 points and Jamie Dawson scored 12. Ashley Gomarlo had a game-high 21 points for NE House.
Timberly Hund carried the Lawton Flooring crew with 13 points to a 50-48 victory over Houghton Sanitary Service. She was helped on the offense by Samantha Bernard (nine points) and Bri Moore (eight points), while Anna Lashway swept the floor with 20 points, and Annie Holiday scored 17 for Houghton.
Men’s League Results
BRATTLEBORO -- Green Mountain Creamery/Commonwealth Dairy crushed Lane Construction, Brattleboro Subaru has a close shave with DMI, and Manifesto mangled G.S. Precision, in recent men’s league basketball action.
In the undefeated GM Creamery/Commonwealth Dairy’s eighth straight win, Lee McColgen took Lane to task with 25 points, Chad Austin anchored the crew with 19, Brandon Clark scored 18, and Kyle Blais added 15 points to give the team the 83-59 victory. Matt LeBlanc drained 25 points for Lane.
The Basketball Joes blew past Farnum Cellulose, 56-47, with Adam Bernier-Sontag leading the charge, scoring 19 points mostly from the inside. Teammates Jake Hoak scored 16 points, and Peter Wagner had 10. Brian Fitzgerald scored 15 points, and Ed Bartlett, Nick Franklin, and Nate Archer all had six points apiece.
Bratt Subaru’s Shane Spivey went with the long ball to lead with 22 points in his team’s 55-44 victory over DMI. Rich Wrose and Coray Bauer each chipped in with nine points. Marshall Gilbert paced the DMI squad with 14 points.
Pete Stickney went off for 18 points while Lou Camelli and Nate Williams combined for 28, in Walker Farm’s 88-85 win versus VT Pressure Wash Painting. Colby Bonnette scored a game-high 25 points, Chris Dixon tallied 18, and Mike Dixon racked up 16 in the loss.
Corey Jackson scored 34 points, and Manifesto downed G.S. Precision, 97-59. Jackson was supported offensively by Jason Rodriguez (22 points) and Xavier Carter (11 points). Tim Barbour scored 17 points, and Chris Worden had 15 to carry G.S.P.
VFW/Jouve pulled the upset over Rice Appraisal, 63-60, with Ian Findlay draining 18 points for the winners. Dylan Larabee (16 points) and Ben Blanchard (15 points) threw down in the effort. Rice’s Jim Nicholson had 14 points.
Vipers hold A.A.U.
HINSDALE, N.H. -- The 2014 the Vipers AAU Girls Basketball Program will be hosting their annual Registration Day and Open Gym at the Hinsdale High School Gymnasium in Hinsdale, N.H. The event will run from 10 a.m. to Noon, Feb. 9, regardless of weather conditions.
The Vipers AAU program, formerly known as the Brattleboro Vipers, is committed to the personal skill development of its participants. Girls in grades 5-11 are encouraged to participate. All players are placed on teams based upon their grade level and abilities. No child is turned away.
AAU Basketball is competitive and demanding. The Vipers travel to tournaments throughout Vermont, New Hampshire, and other bordering states.
Tournaments are held on weekends, with individual team practices during the week. The AAU season runs from late March thru May, with teams playing in 4-5 tournaments during that time period.
For additional information or answers to any questions, please contact one of the program directors listed below: Matt Henry at email@example.com, Jeff Buffum at firstname.lastname@example.org, or John Pinkney at email@example.com.
Little League sign-ups
BRATTLEBORO -- Brattleboro Little League personnel will be available on Saturday, Feb. 1 beginning at 9:30 a.m. at the Brattleboro High School gymnasium for registration of players wishing to play during the 2014 Brattleboro Little League baseball season.
Children between 9 and 12 years old on May 1, 2014 are eligible to enroll. The District has been expanded to include Brattleboro, Brookline, Dummerston, Guilford, Halifax, Marlboro, Newfane, Putney, and Vernon.
Potential players new to the league should present birth certificates at the sign-ups. They will be eligible for try-outs later in the winter. Returning players must register as well, but need not try out nor present birth certificates. Players should pay for raffle tickets at registration. The tickets will be distributed at a later date. Players will then keep the funds as they sell the tickets.
For more information please contact district administrator David Cyr at 254-2470 or the child’s previous coach.