NEW IPSWICH, N.H. -- Skylar Bonnette scored a team-high 26 points, leaving her 19 shy of 1,000 for her career, to lead the undefeated Hinsdale girls basketball team to a 58-33 victory over Mascenic on Thursday evening.

"We played a sloppy first half," said Pacers coach Terry Bonnette, whose team took a six-point lead to the intermission. "We closed them down in the second half."

Allison Scott, who got her 1,000th point on Monday, chipped in with nine points against Mascenic. Bridget Bourne and Brianna Benjamen each finished with eight points.

The 13-0 Pacers will host Pittsfield on Monday at 5:30 p.m.

Twin Valley 50, Green Mountain 36

WILMINGTON -- The Wildcats buried eight trifectas on Thursday evening and recorded their eighth consecutive victory.

Leading 22-19 at halftime, Twin Valley put the game away by outscoring the Chieftains 25-6 in the third quarter. Kira Courchesne knocked down three shots from downtown in that period, while Colton Butler and Sammy Cunningham-Darrah also delivered from beyond the arc.

"It was bombs away for us. We just couldn’t miss. It was the best offensive quarter that we have had all season," said Twin Valley coach Buddy Hayford.

Butler (14 points), Courchesne (12) and Nesbitt (10) were the leading scorers for the 14-4 Wildcats, who are ranked fifth in their division. Hannah Swanson chipped in with nine points and 11 boards, while Nesbitt added eight rebounds, six assists and nine steals.

Madi Huntley paced Green Mountain with 14 points.

Leland & Gray 46, Bellows Falls 43

TOWNSHEND -- The Rebels improve to 4-11 after defeating the Terriers, Thursday night. Leland and Gray’s Jesse Stockwell racked up 14 points and Haley Buffum scored 10.

"Rachel Borgensen and Jordan Gouger played excellent defense for us," said Rebels coach Terry Merrow. "They kept us in the game."

Eight of L&G’s 10 players threw down in the effort.

The Rebels will host the Wildcats on Tuesday at 7.

Girls youth hoops

BRATTLEBORO -- Brattleboro Blue upped its record to 4-0 with a 28-12 win over Northfield, Ma., last weekend. Rachel Rooney led with 20 points, Taylor Smith chipped in with four, and Maddie Johnson had a bucket. Smith played a great defensive game, Lucy Derosia was stellar with eight steals, and Katrina Jarvis also contributed on the Blue defense.