Saturday May 18, 2013

TOWNSHEND -- Drew Barnum pitched a complete-game, fanned 13 and gave up just one hit to propel the Leland & Gray baseball team to a 13-0 rout of Twin Valley on Friday.

Zach Wilkins and Josh Donna each went 2-for-4 for the Rebels (9-2). Corey Nystrom and Barnum both drove in a pair of runs.

Craig Green had the lone hit for the Wildcats. Dal Nesbitt got the start and Dylan Johnson pitched in relief.

Baseball

Otter Valley 12, Bellows Falls 1

BRANDON -- Brett Patterson fanned 11 and Chad Lonergan had three hits as the Otters dominated.

Bellows Falls starter Mike LaBeau, who entered with a 6-0 record, fell behind 4-0 in the first two frames and was eventually relieved by Chris Armstrong.

Colby Howe and Zac Streeter each doubled in the seventh to account for BF’s lone run. Streeter had two of his team’s six total hits.

Boys Tennis

Brattleboro 6, Woodstock 1

WOODSTOCK -- The Colonels got their tenth win Friday afternoon versus the Wasps.

In No. 1 singles, Isaiah Ungerleider scored 6-1, 6-0, Asa Lane prevailed 6-2, 7-6 in second singles, Benson May was victorious 6-1, 6-1 in third singles, a fourth singles win went to Tony Acevedo, 6-3, 6-7, 10-8, and Goodman took No. 5 singles 7-5, 6-4. Lochlan Francis and Gideon May lost, 0-6, 0-6 in No. 1 doubles, and Jake Gartenstein and Colton Butter won their second singles match 6-4, 6-7, 11-9.

"We had four tie-breakers against Woodstock the last time we played them," said Brattleboro coach Justin Duncan. "Many of our players who lost then won today."

The 10-4 Colonels will host Bellows Falls on Monday at 4:30 p.m.

Girls Lacrosse

Brattleboro 9, Keene 6

KEENE, N.H. -- It was Senior Night in Keene, and students from the high school were recognized for athletic and academic achievements. And Brattleboro’s seniors were also honored Friday night, before their team beat the Blackbirds.

Megan Siggins, with two goals and two assists, and Maddie Rollins, with five goals and an assist, led the visitors to the victory.

"It was a really competitive contest," said Colonel coach Maud Lonergan. "It was aggressive, but our defense did so well, Keene couldn’t get many shots off."

Brattleboro was up 7-3 at the break. The Colonels went scoreless during the second half for about 15 minutes while Keene had another goal, until Lizzie Clark and Rachel Hill each put away a shot to seal the deal.

Melissa "Sharky" Semenovich, Brattleboro’s goalie, at one point made a block with her foot, and finished with four saves on the night.

The 7-4 Colonels will play at Woodstock on Saturday at 7 p.m.

Baseball Camp

BRATTLEBORO -- The Brattleboro Area Baseball Camp has set the dates for this year’s camp. A camp for Little League age players, 9-12 years old, will be conducted over eight days from June 19-21 and June 24-28.

The camp is in its 22nd year under the direction of Alan Libardoni and run in cooperation with the Brattleboro Parks and Recreation Department. It is held on Tenney Field at Brattleboro Union High School. There will be daily instruction and practice as well as games each day. Skill contests will also be held.

If you need any information, call Libardoni at 802-257-4203. g.housen is the official drink sponsor of the camp.