Local Roundup: Full slate of results

Woodstock’s Bonnie Kranz slides down a rail during a snowboard meet at Whaleback Mountain in Enfield, N.H., on Tuesday, Feb. 6, 2024. Riders were judged based on their creativity and use of the course’s features. (Valley News / Report For America - Alex Driehaus) Copyright Valley News. May not be reprinted or used online without permission. Send requests to permission@vnews.com.

Woodstock’s Bonnie Kranz slides down a rail during a snowboard meet at Whaleback Mountain in Enfield, N.H., on Tuesday, Feb. 6, 2024. Riders were judged based on their creativity and use of the course’s features. (Valley News / Report For America - Alex Driehaus) Copyright Valley News. May not be reprinted or used online without permission. Send requests to permission@vnews.com. Alex Driehaus

Woodstock’s Zev Wysocki turns as he goes over a ramp during a snowboard meet at Whaleback Mountain in Enfield, N.H., on Tuesday, Feb. 6, 2024. (Valley News / Report For America - Alex Driehaus) Copyright Valley News. May not be reprinted or used online without permission. Send requests to permission@vnews.com.

Woodstock’s Zev Wysocki turns as he goes over a ramp during a snowboard meet at Whaleback Mountain in Enfield, N.H., on Tuesday, Feb. 6, 2024. (Valley News / Report For America - Alex Driehaus) Copyright Valley News. May not be reprinted or used online without permission. Send requests to permission@vnews.com. Alex Driehaus

Hartford head coach John-O Mitchell, center, gives coaches a rundown of the days events before a snowboard meet at Whaleback Mountain in Enfield, N.H., on Tuesday, Feb. 6, 2024. Mitchell started Hartford’s snowboarding program four years ago and this was the team’s first time hosting a meet. (Valley News / Report For America - Alex Driehaus) Copyright Valley News. May not be reprinted or used online without permission. Send requests to permission@vnews.com.

Hartford head coach John-O Mitchell, center, gives coaches a rundown of the days events before a snowboard meet at Whaleback Mountain in Enfield, N.H., on Tuesday, Feb. 6, 2024. Mitchell started Hartford’s snowboarding program four years ago and this was the team’s first time hosting a meet. (Valley News / Report For America - Alex Driehaus) Copyright Valley News. May not be reprinted or used online without permission. Send requests to permission@vnews.com. Alex Driehaus

Hartford’s Greyson Renniger lands on the tail of his board after going over a ramp during a snowboard meet at Whaleback Mountain in Enfield, N.H., on Tuesday, Feb. 6, 2024. (Valley News / Report For America - Alex Driehaus) Copyright Valley News. May not be reprinted or used online without permission. Send requests to permission@vnews.com.

Hartford’s Greyson Renniger lands on the tail of his board after going over a ramp during a snowboard meet at Whaleback Mountain in Enfield, N.H., on Tuesday, Feb. 6, 2024. (Valley News / Report For America - Alex Driehaus) Copyright Valley News. May not be reprinted or used online without permission. Send requests to permission@vnews.com. Alex Driehaus

Woodstock’s Jonas Wysocki, left, congratulates Richford’s Mitchell Kane after his run during a snowboard meet at Whaleback Mountain in Enfield, N.H., on Tuesday, Feb. 6, 2024. (Valley News / Report For America - Alex Driehaus) Copyright Valley News. May not be reprinted or used online without permission. Send requests to permission@vnews.com.

Woodstock’s Jonas Wysocki, left, congratulates Richford’s Mitchell Kane after his run during a snowboard meet at Whaleback Mountain in Enfield, N.H., on Tuesday, Feb. 6, 2024. (Valley News / Report For America - Alex Driehaus) Copyright Valley News. May not be reprinted or used online without permission. Send requests to permission@vnews.com. Alex Driehaus

Published: 02-07-2024 9:46 PM

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BOYS BASKETBALL

Hanover 58, Milford 36

Key players: Hanover — Ryan McLaughlin (21 points), Christian Blix (18 points); Milford — Kai Lan Quan (16 points)

Highlights: Hanover led 23-16 at halftime, eventually maintaining its perch atop NHIAA Division II.

Coach’s quote: “Tonight was a good test for us on the road, where we were missing some key players due to sickness. I thought we responded well as a team, especially in the second half, to earn the victory.” — Hanover’s Ben Davis

Records: Hanover 14-1; Milford 4-10

Otter Valley 60, Windsor 40

Key players: Otter Valley — Connor Denis (21 points), Drew Pelkey (15 points); Windsor — Anthony Cook, Corey Lockwood and Noah Jenks (9 points each)

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Highlights: Windsor fought back from 20 points down in the third quarter to cut it to 11 going into the fourth quarter but couldn’t get any closer as Division II Otter Valley took a victory against D-III Windsor.

Coach’s quote: “Our turnovers in the second quarter hurt us. I’m proud of how we fought back to make it a game heading in the fourth. Otter Valley showed why they are the top of Division II.” — Windsor’s Larry Dougher

Records: Otter Valley 11-4; Windsor 6-11

Rivendell 57, Twin Valley 54

Key players: Rivendell — Jacoby Patterson (10 assists), Gabe Wright-Swaine (11 points, 11 rebounds), Finn O’Donnell (20 points); Twin Valley — Noah Dornburgh (26 points), Brayden Brown (17 points)

Highlights: Rivendell pulled out a hard-fought win over visiting Twin Valley on Tuesday night. Senior Noah Dornburgh hit eight 3-pointers to pace the visitors. Rivendell entered the fourth quarter down by five points and used tight defense and 6-for-6 shooting from the free-throw line to prevail.

Coach’s quote: “This is a big win for us as the season winds down; hopefully we can build on this.” — Rivendell’s Andy Perkins

Records: Rivendell 10-6; Twin Valley 10-7

White River Valley 78, Leland & Gray 44

Key players: White River Valley — Joey Ferris (26 points), Zander Clark (13 points), Tattin Griffin (12 points); Leland & Gray — Chip Winkler (24 points)

Highlights: Senior Joey Ferris hit eight three-pointers in the Wildcats’ victory.

Coach’s quote: “Boys just keep working hard. ” — WRV’s D.J. Craven

Records: White River Valley 15-1; Leland & Gray 2-15

Mascoma 57, Hopkinton 49

Key players: Mascoma — Tanner Moulton (18 points), Brayden Pierce (15 points), James Thomas (7 points), Aiden Smith (6 points), T.J. Mardin (6 points); Hopkinton — Kristof Cauley (19 points), Abram Standefer (8 points), Will Chehade (9 points)

Highlights: Pierce and Moulton led the way in scoring. Big-time defensive effort by Bryce Ballou off the bench. Thomas, Smith and Mardin started controlling the boards to close out possessions in the fourth quarter to help close out the win.

Coach’s quote: “The boys did enough to get the win against a good team. I don’t have the official numbers, but I bet we had close to 50 turnovers. We need to clean that up and get better if we want to make a deep tournament run. I’m happy with the way they battled.” — Mascoma’s Silas Ayres

Records: Mascoma 13-1; Hopkinton 11-4

White River Valley 78
Woodstock 30

Key players: White River Valley — Brayden Russ (27 points), Zander Clark (15 points), Joey Ferris (13 points), Tattin Griffin (13 points); Woodstock — Zach Martsolf-Tan (8 points)

Highlights: The defensive pressure was strong for WRV in Saturday’s victory.

Coach’s quote: “We needed to remember how to play for 32 minutes. With playoffs right around the corner, the boys need to play hard for all of those 32 today. They did that today.” — White River Valley’s D.J. Craven

Records: White River Valley 14-1; Woodstock 8-8

Hartford 47, Fair Haven 39

Key players: Hartford — Christian Hathorn (11 points), Kole Fotion (9 points), Brody Tyburski (8 points); Fair Haven — Dylan Wetmore (15 points)

Highlights: Hartford led 19-12 at halftime and kept the Slaters at bay to remain atop the VPA D-II ladder.

Coach’s quote: “I loved our composure tonight in a playoff-like atmosphere. Fair Haven is a difficult place to play, and every time they made a run, we responded with a big basket. Our last regular-season home game is Friday against Bellows Falls. It is Senior Night for a special group.” — Hartford’s Mike Gaudette

Records: Hartford 16-1; Fair Haven 9-8

GIRLS BASKETBALL

Lebanon 37, Sanborn 35

Key players: Lebanon — Summer Crowell, Drew Kantor

Highlights: Crowell forced turnovers late in the game and hit some crucial free throws to seal the win for the Raiders. Kantor provided some solid rebounding and offensive decision-making.

Coach’s quote: “Our defense was very solid, but I’m most proud of how far our offense has come. We may not have made many shots tonight, but we got some of the most high-quality looks we’ve gotten all season, and that’s due to a much-improved ability to see the floor.” — Lebanon’s Jeff Sowa

Records: Lebanon 3-11; Sanborn 3-10

Oxbow 44, Peoples 27

Key players: Oxbow — Libby Swift, Brooke Osgood; Peoples — Ava Baisley, Ari Nichols

Highlights: Swift and Osgood had a good game in the post for the Olympians.

Coach’s quote: “It’s always a tough road trip, so to come out with a win and a little confidence was good for our team” — Oxbow’s Barry Emerson

Records: Oxbow 8-6; Peoples 1-14