Walker Farm, Cota Oil win on court

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BRATTLEBORO — Walker Farm defeated Vermont Pressure Wash 90-51 and Cota Oil downed Putney Co-Op 87-68 in a pair of men's basketball league games on Wednesday at the Gibson-Aiken Center.



Four different players scored in double figures for the farmers, led by Oakley Payne Meyer's 26 points. Mike Dixon led VPW with 13 points.



Barry Chamberlain powered Cota Oil with 26 points. The Co-Op was paced by Devon Manning, who poured in 20 points.



Youth Baseball



BRATTLEBORO — The Brattleboro Little League Board of Directors will be holding its annual meeting on Sunday, Jan. 20, from noon to 2 p.m. at the American Legion — Post , at 32 Linden Street. Everyone is welcome to attend.



Area Schedule



Friday

Hinsdale boys basketball hosts Epping, 6:30 p.m.

Brattleboro girls basketball at Fair Haven, 7 p.m.



Saturday

Brattleboro bowling at Maple Lane, 9 a.m.

Leland & Gray girls basketball at Bellows Falls, 1:30 p.m.

Brattleboro boys hockey at Rutland, 4 p.m.

Brattleboro girls hockey hosts North Country, 4:45 p.m.



Senior Bowling



Standings: Team 11 (10-0), Team 7 (10-0), Team 10 (9-1), Team 4 (9-1), Team 2 (6-4), Team 6 (5-5), Team 5 (5-5), Team 3 (4-6), Team 9 (1-9), Team 1 (1-9), Team 12 (1-9), Team 8 (0-10).



High Handicap Game: Team 6 — 898

High Handicap Series: Team 7 — 2.573

High Games (women): Josie Rigby 202, Sally Perry 172, Sandy Ladd 172.

High Handicap Game (women): Dolly Stone 242

High Handicap Game (men): Doug Switzer 259

High Series (women): Josie Rigby 553

High Series (men): Fred Ashworth 573

High Handicap Series (women): Josie Rigby 646

High Handicap Series (men): Peter Cross 699

200 Games (women): Josie Rigby 202

200 Games (men): Doug Switzer 207, Gary Montgomery 204, Wayne Randall 201

500 Series (women): Josie Rigby 553

500 Series (men): Fred Ashworth 573, Peter Cross 552, Wayne Randall 530


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