Rec hoops, BHA results
BRATTLEBORO -- In Wednesday’s men’s basketball action at the Gibson-Aiken Center, DMI edged The Marina 87-85 and Southern Vermont Painting pummeled GS Precision 77-57.
Adam Newton, Seth Deyo, Todd Roach and Ryan Powers combined for 11 trifectas to lead DMI, with Newton’s 25 points being a team high. Travis O’Deane and Luke Overman paced The Marina with 31 and 21 points respectively.
Joel Porter (28 points) and Ryan Boyle (25) were en fuego for SVP. Ryan Walker scored a baker’s dozen to lead GS Precision.
BRATTLEBORO -- In Brattleboro youth hockey action last weekend, the Bantams lost to Westfield 6-1 and fell to Ludlow 4-1. Miles Hiler and Jakob Curtiss each buried a shot for Brattleboro.
Ryan Roof, Jared Tattersal and Gavin Flynn all scored in the Brattleboro PeeWees’ 6-3 loss to Holy Name. Tattersal, Roof and Joseph Koes set the goals up.
The Brattleboro Squirts fell to Holy Name 7-2 on Saturday and then lost to the Capitals 4-1 on Sunday.
Darek Harvey was outstanding in goal, with help from defensemen Leo Bodett, Jack Rockefeller and Alex Palomba in the BHA North team’s game against Holy Name on Sunday. Jack Pattison and Will Taggard each had one goal and one assist, while Lauren Carpenter and Emmet Smith also played well up front.
Green Mountain Tourney
BRATTLEBORO -- The 21st annual Green Mountain girls hockey tournament takes place at Brattleboro’s Nelson Whithington Rink the weekend of Jan. 5-6. Ten teams of girls 12-and-under and 14-and-under from Connecticut, Massachusetts, New York and Vermont will compete in two day-long series of highly competitive hockey.
Admission is free and there will be a cook-out, maple cotton candy, bake sale, t-shirts and the ever popular Chuck-a-Puck. The Brattleboro Hockey Association is providing outstanding prizes for the raffle, such as an iPad2, a Kindle Fire HD, and $100 iTunes gift cards.
For more information, and for game scores and schedules throughout the weekend, go to www.brattleborohockey.org.
TALK TO US
If you'd like to leave a comment (or a tip or a question) about this story with the editors, please email us. We also welcome letters to the editor for publication; you can do that by filling out our letters form and submitting it to the newsroom.