BRATTLEBORO -- In men’s Park & Rec basketball held over the weekend, the B-Town Blazers beat Rice Appraisal, 75-61, to remain undefeated. Tim Fellows carried the winners with 21 points, Zane Bullins had 20, and Adam Smith and Danny Santos had nine points apiece. Rice was led by Patrick Lello, who had 18 points.
VFW/Jouve also got a win in Division 3-West, versus Farnum Cellulose, 76-40. Ben Blanchard racked up 25 points, and Ian Findlay scored 21 in the victory, while Dan Boyd (11 pts) and Ed Bartlett (10 pts) led Farnum.
Deerhill Inn/Fat City Motor Worx exhausted Emerson’s/Peter Haven’s, 91-69, in a Div. 3-East contest held Sunday. Conner Rusin went off for 27 points, and Gary Castle also threw down for 23 points in the win. Greg Hecht (23 pts) and Jim Bezanson (22 pts) led the Elliot Street business duo.
In Brattleboro Ford/Subaru’s, 73-68, D2 victory versus DMI, Corey Bauer tallied a team-high 19 points and teammate Shane Spivey scored 16. DMI’s Adam Newton carried his team with 20 points.
G.S. Precision’s 59-55 win over the Basketball Joes saw Tim Barbour drain 14 points and Ezzra Gosslin score 13. Chris Parro chipped in with 10 points, while Scott Derosia and Ryan Smith each finished with seven points. The Joes looked to Jake Hoak for 17 points, and Chris Clews for 14.
Big man Chris Dixon drove the ball inside to cap off a 22 point day, and VT Pressure Wash Painting defeated Lane Construction, 85-54. Kyle Bonnette and Colby Bonnette teamed up for 18 points apiece also in the win. Matt LeBlanc led with 18 points for Lane.
In the weekend’s final game, Browns Dandelion Sage walloped W&B Maintenance, 108-82. Devon Manning had a game-high 39 points and Tyson Dowdy added 35 to the team’s total. Meanwhile, Kenny Howe scored 25 points and Jeremy Werner had 22 for W&B.
Northfield 6, Brattleboro 1
BRATTLEBORO -- The Colonels hung with one of the toughest teams in their division for two periods, but fell to Northfield in a make-up game held Monday night.
"Northfield was too much to contain," said BUHS coach Kraig LaPorte, whost team drops to 2-14. "We turned over the puck too many times."
Meyru Bhanti had the lone Brattleboro goal, with an assist from Madison Doucette, which made it 2-1 after two.
Kristan Ducat had a hat trick for the visitors, and scored two of the team’s four third period goals as Colonels goalie Alex Fellows got peppered with over 50 shots.
Brattleboro hosts Woodstock on Wednesday at 7:15 during BUHS’s Pink the Rink breast cancer awareness event.