Green records double-double in BUHS rout


BRATTLEBORO >> Dillon Green had 13 points and 10 rebounds during Brattleboro's 89-25 triumph over visiting Otter Valley in a recent varsity boys basketball contest.

Eli Lombardi and Dylan DeJordy were the top scorers for the Colonels with 17 and 16 points respectively. Santiago Contreras chipped in with a dozen points.

Brattleboro coach Joe Rivers noted that Chayse Cunniff and Taylor Patno each put in good all-around performances. The hosts took a 22-10 lead in the first eight minutes and were ahead 39-12 at halftime.

The 3-3 Colonels will host Saint Johnsbury on Tuesday at 6 p.m.

Girls Basketball

CHESTER >> Twin Valley went 0-2 in the Green Mountain Tournament, losing to host Green Mountain 48-41 in the first round and then falling to Springfield 53-35 in the consolation game.

"We had 33 turnovers and we missed 19 bunnies. That was probably the story of the game," said Twin Valley coach Buddy Hayford following his team's tourney opener.

Tayler Courchesne, Kendell Howe, Kirra Courchesne, Teya Johnson and Sammy Morris were the leading scorers for the Wildcats versus Green Mountain. Howe would then finish with 16 points and seven boards against Springfield.

The Wildcats dropped to 3-5 overall.


WESTMINSTER >> In a recent meet at Holland Gymnasium, Bellows Falls lost to Middlebury 41-24 and then to Keene 42-18.

"I was pleased with our team's wrestling for the most part. We're continuously working to eliminate technical mistakes. The frequency of some of these miscues is being reduced, but we still have a good deal of work that needs to be done," stated Bellows Falls coach Todd Swisher, who added that his team's conditioning is improving.

Against Middlebury, Charles Dolloph and Jake Lober each won by pin to lead the Terriers. Brendan Kendall, DJ Snide and Lober all floored their Keene opponent.

The Terriers will compete in the Hubie Wagner Invitational on Tuesday and Wednesday in Middlebury.

Men's Rec Basketball

BRATTLEBORO >> In Wednesday's contests at the Gibson-Aiken Center, Chroma overpowered GS Coating 91-69 and Chadwick Law Office denied Green Mountain Creamery 69-63.

Lynden Bunker (27 points), Liam Perra (22) and Tucker Leary (15) did the damage for Chroma. Zane Bullins drained five treys and finished with 24 points to pace GS Coating.

Evan Chadwick, Jamie Garfield, Don Hardy and Keith Lyman all scored in double figures for the lawyers. Alex Wright's 14 points was highest for GMC.


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