Gray scores 40 versus Pancake Design


BRATTLEBORO >> In Sunday's action at the Gibson-Aiken Center, Chroma crushed GS Precision 112-53, Southern Vermont Painting outscored DMI 72-60, Green Mountain Creamery defeated Chadwick Law 69-55, Vermont Pressure Wash Painting pummeled Walker Farm 106-75, and Dixon's Painters bested Pancake Design 93-87.

Lynden Bunker and Liam Perra paced Chroma with 35 and 25 points respectively. Scott Derosia finished with 17 points to lead GSP.

Kyle Whitworth (17 points) hit five trifectas and Joel Porter poured in 20 points for SVP. DMI got six makes from downtown and a game-high 21 points from Amos Ireland.

The top guns for Green Mountain Creamery were Owen Blake (18 points), Chad Austin (14), and Alex Wright (13). Keith Lyman's 20 points were the most for the lawyers.

VPWP was led by Chris Dixon (27 points), Ryan Powers (24), Kyle Bonnette (23), and Ryan Squires (22). Lou Camelli wound up with 20 points for Walker Farm.

Jim Gray made nine shots from beyond the arc and finished with 40 points for Dixon's Painters. Trey Sparks was the high man for Pancake Design with 23 points.

On Friday, Zane Bullins put up 28 points as GS Coating downed GS Precision 92-68. And Drew McDonell went off for 23 points in Pro Cut Lawn Care's 70-66 victory over Rice.

Division 1

Dixon's Painters 7-5

Pancake Design 7-5

Brattleboro Ford/Subaru 7-5

Cota & Cota 6-5

FTSP 0-7

Division 2

Green Mt. Creamery 9-2

Chadwick Law 7-3

Walker Farm 6-6

Vt. Pressure Wash 4-7

Al's Towing 2-10

Division 3

Pro-Cut Lawn Care 10-2

GS Coating 8-3

Brattleboro Maullers 8-4

Chroma 5-4

Rice 5-6

GS Precision 3-9

DMI 0-11


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