BUHS boys defeated on the ice
SWANTON — The second-seeded Missisquoi Valley boys ice hockey team rallied for three goals in the third period to break a 1-1 tie and went on to beat No. 7 Brattleboro, 4-2, in Wednesday's Division 2 quarterfinal.
Jack Pattison scored unassisted in the opening period to give the Colonels a 1-0 lead. The hosts pulled even in the second period and then rattled off three more goals in the third period to go up 4-1.
Brattleboro's Will Taggard later capped the scoring, assisted by Gavin Howard and Pattison.
Kyle Gilbert, Jake Benjamin, Jackson Porter and Hunter Mason did the damage for the Thunderbirds.
Austin Wood finished with 43 saves for the Colonels, who ended up with a 7-9-6 record.
ORLEANS — Drew Drageset scored 21 points to lead No. 3 Lake Region past the 14th-ranked Bellows Falls boys basketball team, 48-30, in a Division 2 playoff game on Wednesday.
"We finished the season strong and played the first half strong. The ball just didn't go our way the second half," said Terriers coach Ryan Stoodley. "But we never quit and played with great attitude and effort all year."
Ryan Kelly poured in 17 points to pace the Terriers (10-11). Dylan Clark followed with six points and Isaac Wilkinson chipped in with four of his own.
WINDSOR — The Vermont Basketball Coaches' Association Senior All-Star basketball games will be held on March 23 at Windsor High School. The Division 3-4 girls game will lead things off at 11 a.m., followed by the Divisions 3-4 boys game at 1 p.m., the Divisions 1-2 girls game at 3 p.m., and the Divisions 1-2 boys game at 5 p.m. The award ceremonies will take place at 2:30 p.m. and 4:30 p.m.
BRATTLEBORO — The Brattleboro Recreation & Parks Department is offering another session of gymnastics classes to be held at the Gibson-Aiken Center. Session IV will begin the week of March 25 and run through June 8. The cost of the program is $100 for Brattleboro residents and $115 for out-of-town residents, or drop in for $15. There will be no classes held April 15-19 or May 27. Late registrations will be pro-rated. Classes are running Mondays-Saturdays for ages 18 months and up. Amanda Montgomery will direct the gymnastics program. There is also an Open Gym time available on Wednesdays and Thursdays for ages 1-5 with parent for $5. If there are special needs required for this program, let the Rec Department know by five days in advance. For information on all programs and events, visit www.brattleboro.org or call 802-254-5808 for more information.
U.S. Ski & Snowboard has confirmed that former Twin Valley High School student Devin Logan, an athlete on the U.S. Freeski Team, has accepted a three-month sanction from USADA for an anti-doping rule violation regarding the use of a CBD product that contained higher than labeled levels of THC. The original sanction of six months was reduced to three months following Logan's completion of a USADA anti-doping educational tutorial.
No. 6 Brattleboro girls hockey team hosts No. 7 Missisquoi Valley, 4 p.m.
Hinsdale Alumni basketball games, 5:30 p.m. and 7 p.m.
No. 3 Twin Valley boys basketball hosts No. 11 Rivendell, 7 p.m.
Standings: Team 3 (35-15), Team 10 (33-17), Team 9 (32-18), Team 7 (31-19), Team 4 (30-20), Team 2 (25-25), Team 5 (24-26), Team 11 (23-27), Team 8 (21-29), Team 1 (17-33), Team 12 (15-35), Team 6 (14-36).
High Handicap Game: Team 3 — 952
High Handicap Series: Team 3 — 2,673
High Games (women): Carole Frizzell 194, Sandy Ladd 181, Josie Rigby 181
High Handicap Game (women): Carole Frizzell 259
High Handicap Game (men): Doug Switzer 250
High Series (women): Josie Rigby 539
High Series (men): Warren Corriveau Sr. 592
High Handicap Series (women): Carole Frizzell 727
High Handicap Series (men): Marty Adams 669
200 Games: Warren Corriveau Sr. 217, Gary Montgomery 217, Bob Wistrom 201
500 Series (women): Josie Rigby 539, Carole Frizzell 532
500 Series (men): Warren Corriveau Sr. 592, Gary Montgomery 575, Jon Peters 554
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