BRATTLEBORO -- Matt Cutter fanned a dozen and allowed just two hits in five innings of work, helping the Athletics to a 12-2 rout of the Giants in the Little League championship game. Tyler Germain struck out three in one inning of relief.
Danny Petrie went 3-for-5 to lead the A’s offensively. Shane Cyr and Germain finished with two hits each, while Jack Spanierman and Daniel Baldwin-Page each doubled.
Caleb Martin and Connor Weeks took turns on the hill for the G-men. Leif Bigelow had a team-high two hits and Jordan Wright turned a double play.
Joshua Fontaine (Brattleboro Country Club) earned one of the five $1,500 golf scholarships that were presented in the memory of Joe Rizio and Richard Wood.
The monies raised for these scholarships come from the annual Rizio-Wood Memorial Golf Tournament, to be held this year at The Golf Club at the Equinox on Sunday, Aug. 19, with an 8 a.m. shotgun start. This year is special as it is the 10th anniversary of this tournament. To date, more than $50,000 has been given out in scholarships to 23 different recipients.
This tournament is a really fun day with friends, golf, prizes and food. More importantly, it’s a day to support local golf and to remember two great friends who loved and wanted to share the game with others. If you are unable to play on that day, you can lend your support by sponsoring a team of players, sponsoring a golf
WEST DOVER -- This is the fourth year Mount Snow has hosted a sprint distance triathlon, however this year’s event is very special because for the first time the southern Vermont resort has teamed up with The American Cancer Society to present the Mount Snow Tri for Hope occurring Saturday, Aug. 11.
All proceeds from participant registration will benefit the Windham County, Vermont chapter of The American Cancer Society. Participants will be grouped in a variety of heats based on age, gender and fitness level so triathletes of all abilities -- from pros with all the gear to walkers and casual bikers -- are encouraged to take part and help raise money for the fight against cancer.
The Mount Snow Tri For Hope is a USA Triathlon sanctioned event and is classified as a sprint distance course with a half-mile swim, followed by a 12-mile bike and finishing with a 3.1-mile run.
"We are so excited to partner with The American Cancer Society and to be able to have one of our existing events become a fundraiser to help fight cancer", says Kelly Pawlak, Mount Snow’s General Manager. "We are looking forward to a big turnout and a day full of fun and camaraderie."
Registration is $125 per person and teams of up to three people can participate with one person on each three-person team taking on a leg of the course. To register for the event or to make a donation, visit www.triforhope.com.
Mount Snow is a four season resort located in the southern Vermont village of West Dover and offers world-class skiing and riding during the winter months as well as golf and mountain biking during the warmer months with a full schedule of events throughout the year. For more information or to book your stay at Mount Snow, visit www.mountsnow.com.