NEWPORT, N.H. -- On Monday night, Allison Scott joined Julie Messenger as the only two females in school history to score 1,000 points on the court.

The Hinsdale guard, who entered the game needing just three points to reach the milestone, completed a three-point play nearly two minutes into her varsity basketball team’s 55-39 victory over Newport. A short celebration followed the made free throw.

"She’s a scorer. She can shoot and go to the basket," said Pacers coach Terry Bonnette. "I told her to relax, have fun and enjoy it because it would be over before she knew it."

The coach believes there were seven players on the school’s 1,000-point list, including six boys, prior to Scott’s name being added.

Bridget Bourne scored a team-high 18 points and Skylar Bonnette added 16 as the Pacers improved to 12-0 on the season. They are scheduled to face Mascenic on Wednesday.

Boys Basketball

Newport 87, Hinsdale 33

HINSDALE, N.H. -- Kyle Rideout (15 points) and Matt Boggio (6) led the way offensively for the 0-11 Pacers, who will face Mascenic on Wednesday.

LL sign ups to take
place this Saturday

BRATTLEBORO -- Brattleboro Little League personnel will again be available this Saturday 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 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 802-254-2470 or the child’s previous coach.

Rec & Park’s hoops results

BRATTLEBORO -- Peter Haven’s / Emerson’s, Hotel Pharmacy, and VFW / Jouve got wins in recent Rec and Parks men’s basketball action held at Gibson-Aiken.

Greg Hecht (28 points) and Joe Hunt (24) led Peter Haven’s/Emerson’s to a 79-70 Division 3 victory over The Marina. Jim Bezanson added 12 points for the winners, and Scott Edwards scored 29 points for The Marina.

Walker Farm inched out a 52-51 win versus Green Mountain Creamery/Commonwealth Dairy, with Nate Williams scoring 18 points while teammate Rich Korson had 12 for Walker. Brandon Clark and Rob Rea combined for 22 points in the loss.

Jim Gray drained 37 points in Hotel Pharmacy’s 94-93 win over Pancake Design. He was supported offensively by Chad Pacheco (19 points) and Jeff Dixon (16) respectively. Kris Kachelmeyer (26 points), Henry Ireland (24) and Adam Hargraves (20) led the D2 Pancake team.

Brattleboro Ford/Subaru saw Shane Spivey haul off on Perra Law for 23 points to get his team to a 72-70 victory. Ken Turner added 15, and Corey Bauer had 12 points. Jarrod James led the law firm with 23 points and Brad Venice had 13.

Peter Wagner and Matt Chapman each scored 16 points in Basketball Joes’ 72-63 rout of Farnum Cellulose. Teammate Adam Bernier-Sontag scored 14 during the effort. Brian Fitzgerald shot from beyond the arc to rack up 25 points for Farnum.

In D3 West, VFW / Jouve silenced Manifesto 83-76. Ben Blanchard scored a game-high 34 points and Ian Findlay tossed in 20 for the final tally. Corey Jackson managed to score 27 points in the loss.

Rice Appraisal came out on top, 61-54, in a decision against G.S. Precision. Patrick Lallo had 22 points and Jim Layer scored 10 points in the W. Scott Derosia and Ezra Gosslin scored 17 points apiece for G.S.P.

Hawks strut their stuff
down the stretch

BRATTLEBORO -- The BHA Mites took on Franklin County and Nanotuck over the weekend. Sam Hall and Ivan Lyons split time in the net. Both goalies played spectacularly. While not in net, Lyons and Hall both notched multi-goal games, as did William Hill, who had a Mite natural hat trick (three goals in one shift) and added several more goals to boot. Single goals scorers were Nick Gerard, Rowan Lonergan, Evan Wright and Alexander Dick. The ferocious defensive play of Marina Wilson and Ali Ibrahim held scoring chances to a minimum.

On Sunday, the BHA Squirt Hawks hosted the mighty Holy Name Stars at Nelson Withington Arena. The Stars have been the dominant force in the Squirt South division this year, entering the game with a 13-1 record, beating teams by three goals or more per victory. The Hawks decided that they would not be gracious hosts to the Stars and the battle was on from the start.

The Beauty and the Beasts line was dangerous for the Hawks throughout the game and created two goals by Will Taggard, both off outstanding passing plays by Kami Meier and Jack Pattison. Darek Harvey was a brick wall in net for the Hawks as he helped keep the score at 2-2 entering the third period. Harvey was aided by the determined defense of Jenna Powers and Aden McMahon, who kept the Stars attackers at bay.

In the third, Gabe Heiden hit the power booster and dominated the ice for a full 45 seconds, first breaking up a quality chance by the Stars and finishing with Heiden lighting the lamp to put the Hawks up 3-2. After the Stars tied the game at 3-3 each team traded unsuccessful scoring chances. Harvey was tough in net and had help from a heads up back check by winger Elliot Davis. The 3-3 final is only the second blemish on the Stars record and gives tremendous confidence to the Hawks as they head down the stretch.

Peewee Blue won both GSL games this weekend. Saturday’s contest against Holyoke’s Lightning was a 6-4 victory. Jacob Curtiss netted two goals, one unassisted and one assisted, from Joe Koes. Koes netted two goals, also one unassisted and one assisted, from Aidan Kindopp.

Dimitri Seger got a goal with help from Calvin Stebbins, and Antony Palomba, who was out with an injury, found his way into the game sheet with a goal. Austin Wood was solid between the pipes holding off the Lightnings’ defensemen, who were peppering him from the point with rocket-like slap shots.

Sunday’s game at home would be a good all around team effort from the Blue Crew, with a final score of 6-1. Goaltender Wood, and the solid defense from Kindopp, Nathan Powers and Alex Hudon, would only let one goal through in the final three minutes of the game. Goals came from Curtiss, Seger, Andrew Peloso, and Mason Foard. Assists came from Powers, Stebbins, Foard, Curtiss, and Seger as well.

A pleased coach Jared Powers said, "The Blue Squad’s physical play really helped out this weekend. We need to keep showing these big bodied teams that we are not afraid to get in the corner and grind it out!"