Dickerson voted athlete of the week
Gilbert Arenas chose No. 0 after being told he would play zero minutes for the Arizona Wildcats. For Portland star Damian Lillard, the number represents the letter O and his journey — from Oakland, Calif. to his college town of Ogden, Utah.
BF's "Agent Zero" was looking like a combination of those two during a playoff game against rival Springfield, which earned her 172 votes and Brattleboro Reformer Athlete of the Week honors for Feb. 24 to March 2.
"Very proud of you Halle Dickerson for your dedication the whole year," JoAnna Dent Dickerson noted on her online ballot.
Dickerson joins Joe Terry (Bellows Falls boys basketball), Christian Thomsen (Leland & Gray boys basketball), Brandon Doyle (Hinsdale Unified basketball), Rachael Rooney (Brattleboro girls basketball), Taylor Goodell (Bellows Falls girls basketball), Anthony Palomba (Brattleboro boys hockey), Abbe Cravinho (Bellows Falls girls basketball), Gavin Howard (Brattleboro boys hockey), Tyler Millerick (Brattleboro boys basketball), Maya Waryas (Bellows Falls girls basketball) and Eliya Petrie (Brattleboro girls hockey) as this winter's winners. All of them earned a free night of cosmic bowling at Brattleboro Bowl.
The nominees for the March 3-9 Reformer Athlete of the Week are shown below. In order to vote, simply go to www.facebook.com/ReformerSports and "like" your choice.
The sophomore guard helped shut down Rivendell's center in the second half and also scored nine points, as the Twin Valley varsity boys basketball team won at home to reach a Division 4 semifinal. Park had scored 11 points when the Wildcats whipped Mid-Vermont Christian in the opening round.
The Brattleboro freshman scored on a wraparound goal with 1:11 left in Friday's Division 2 girls ice hockey semifinal at Memorial Park, which had those in the packed house going berserk and got the Colonels to within 2-1. She was coming off of a brilliant performance against U-32, when she finished with two goals and two assists.
When the Bellows Falls varsity boys basketball team lost at Lake Region in a Division 2 playoff game, he paced the Terriers with 17 points.
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