Rutland boys edge Colonels on courts

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RUTLAND — The Brattleboro Union High School varsity boys tennis team was nipped by host Rutland, 4-3, on Wednesday.



Josh Nordheim, Jonah Petrie, and Alex Shuey all won a singles match for the Colonels. Shuey got revenge on Connor Solimano, who had defeated him last season in a tiebreaker. Petrie's serve was on and he used some well-placed ground strokes to beat Zach Lane. Nordheim played with confidence and aggression as he took care of Augie Louras.



Andres Aguilar and Austin Roussel picked up singles wins for the Raiders, while the duos of Keegan Bliss-Noah Tyson and Dylan Roussel-Brady Kenosh swept the doubles matches for Rutland.



Singles Results

No. 1 — Andres Aguilar (R) def. Martin Sipowicz 6-1, 6-0. No. 2 — Alex Shuey (B) def. Connor Solimano 4-6, 6-1, 10-8. No. 3 — Austin Roussel (R) def. Mason Powers 7-4, 4-6, 11-9. No. 4 — Jonah Petrie (B) def. Zach Lane 6-3, 6-0. No. 5 — Josh Nordheim (B) def. Augie Louras 6-3, 6-1.



Doubles Results

No. 1 — Keegan Bliss-Noah Tyson (R) def. Mason Foard-Ari Essunfeld 7-5, 6-3. No. 2 — Dylan Roussel-Brady Kenosh (R) def. Cole Merkle-Forest Zabriskie 6-4, 6-4.



Track and Field



JAFFREY, N.H. — The Hinsdale boys and girls teams finished third and seventh respectively at Conant High School in Tuesday's season opener.



The Pacers finished behind only Monadnock and Hillsboro in the eight-school boys meet. Caleb Steever won the triple jump and high jump to lead the way. Nate O'Melia earned silver in the discus and shot put. Ryan Boggio took second in the triple jump and third in the high jump. Peter McCosker, Danny Roberts, Isiaha Palafox, and Boggio teamed up to win the 4x100 relay race. Trevor Hobbs, McCosker, Roberts, and Palafox joined forces to take second in the 4x400.



Maggie St. John, who was the point guard for her school's state championship basketball team in the winter, won the 1600 and was the runner-up in the 800 to lead the Hinsdale girls. Cousins Rachael Girroir and Juliana Yialiades also had big days, with the former winning the 3200 and the latter placing second in the same race.



Schedule



Friday, April 13

Bellows Falls track at Brattleboro, 4 p.m.

Brattleboro boys lacrosse at Burr and Burton, 4:30 p.m.

Leland & Gray softball at Green Mountain, 4:30 p.m.

Leland & Gray baseball at Springfield, 4:30 p.m.



Saturday, April 14

Brattleboro girls lacrosse hosts Belchertown, noon

Hinsdale softball at Portsmouth Christian, 1 p.m.

Hinsdale baseball at Portsmouth Christian, 3 p.m.



Senior Bowling League



Week 14 of 16, League Average 148

                              W          L

Team10                    48          22

Team 5                    43          27

Team 2                    41          29

Team 4                    40          30

Team 8                    40          30

Team 3                    39          31

Team 7                    35          35

Team 9                    34          36

Team 6                    32.5     37.5

Team 1                    28.5     41.5

Team 11                    25          40



High Handicap Game: Team 10 — 908

High Handicap Series: Team 3 — 2,594



High Handicap Game Women: Josie Rigby 257

High Hansdsicap Game Men: Robert Rigby 258



High Handicap Series Women: Josie Rigby 665

High Handicap Series Men: Robert Rigby 712



200 Games Women: Josie Rigby 244

200 Games Men: Gary Montgomery 212,213, Warren Corriveau, Sr, 215,213, 236,

Robert Rigby 235,258,218, Jerry Dunham 203



500 Series Women: None

500 Series Men: Marty Adams 553, Duane Schillmat 543, Fred Bump 510,

Jerry Dunham 550



600 Series Women: Josie Rigby 626

600 Series Men: Gary Montgomery 608, Warren Corriveau, Sr.664



700 Series: Robert Rigby 712



High Average Women: Josie Rigby 189. Donna Corliss 166, Pam Greenblott 156

High Average Men: Robert Rigby 206, Fred Ashworth 196, Gary Montgomery 195


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