Green Mtn. 47, Bellows Falls 38
Green Mountain scored a nice bounce-back victory over Bellows Falls 47-38 in Marble Valley League boys basketball Wednesday night in Chester. Their third win in four outings helped the Chieftains improve to 9-7 as they rebounded from Saturday's loss at West Rutland. GM got out to a 36-28 lead after three quarters of play behind a strong defensive third quarter and held on to win in the final frame. “We were able to close out the game down the stretch with some free throws and by taking care of the ball,” said GM head coach Brian Rapanotti. GM was led by 17 points from James Anderson, and Dylan McCarthy added 8 of his own. GM hits the road Friday night to take on Twin Valley. Bellows Falls drops to 6-9 and will host Leland and Gray Friday night.
Windsor 67, Woodstock 50
The Yellow Jacket boys improve to 11-6 with the road win Wednesday. Tied 10-10 after the first quarter, Windsor exploded for 27 second-quarter points to go into halftime up 37-25. Senior Robert Slocum had 27 points, while Owen Abrahamsen added 18 and Dakohta Sanderson chipped in with 10. Windsor is back in action at MSJ on Friday night.
Kearsarge 57, Stevens 40
The Cougars moved over .500 (8-7) with Tuesday night’s home win over Stevens. For Kearsarge, Noah Tremblay led with 18 points, while Kyle Hernon had 12 and Ben Carl added 11. The Cougars still have three games left in the regular season. Stevens (1-15) hosts Souhegan on February 26 before these two teams meet again in Claremont March 1.
Bellows Falls 60, Black River 19
The Terriers got everyone involved on Wednesday night, coming away with 24 team assists. “Emily Bazin and Molly Potter did a great job controlling the boards on both ends of the court,” said BF head coach Todd Wells. Potter had 11 points, 8 rebounds, and 6 assists, while Bazin had 10 points, 12 rebounds, and 5 assists. The Terriers improve to 14-4 as they play tonight at Twin Valley in their third of four games this week. Riley Paul led Black River with 8 points in the loss.
MSJ 41, Green Mtn. 37
The first half ended all tied up at 17-17 on Tuesday night. In the third quarter, GM only scored one point and fell behind 24-18. The Chieftains only gave up one basket in the 4th quarter but MSJ was 15-20 from the foul line in the quarter. Paige Karl led GM with 10 points and Rachel Guerra had 9. GM is 14-4 and play at Proctor at 7 p.m. on Thursday night.
Kearsarge 47, Stevens 36
Sydney Miller had 19 points for the Cardinals on the road Tuesday night in Stevens’ last game of the season. The Cougars completed the season sweep of the Cardinals. Senior Meg Roy had 21 for the Cougars in the win. Kearsarge plays their final game of the regular season tonight at Plymouth.