Walker Farm, Dixon's Painters win


BRATTLEBORO >> Lou Camelli went off for a league-best 35 points and Walker Farm downed Chadwick Law 104-98 in a men's basketball game at the Gibson-Aiken Center.

Camelli and teammate Rich Korson (23 points) each drained five shots from downtown, while Nate Williams contributed with 24 points for Walker Farm. Dan Hardy pumped in 33 points to lead the lawyers.

In Wednesday's other contest, Dixon's Painters defeated Pancake Design 104-97. Ryan Boyle hit seven trifectas and finished with 34 points to pace the winners, which got 26 more from Jeff Dixon. Six different players scored in double figures for Pancake Design, led by Kris Kachelmeyer's 20 points.


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