Boys’ hoop: Otters win; VUHS splits, Tigers lose

ADDISON COUNTY — In local high school boys’ basketball action last week, Otter Valley won, Vergennes took its first loss but won another game, Middlebury dropped a game to a top Division I team, and Mount Abraham lost on the road.
The Eagles also hosted the Otters on Saturday; see story.
On Dec. 30, OV won at Green Mountain Union, 68-55, to improve to 5-1 heading in to Saturday, John Winslow had 20 points and 21 rebounds to lead the Otters. Three of his teammates reached double figures: Connor Gallipo (14), Kai Norwood (12) and Collin Eugair (10).
On Saturday, VUHS took a 19-3 first-quarter lead, but survived a Fair Haven rally before winning, 55-45. The Slaters came to within 37-36 in the fourth quarter before the Commodores pulled away down the stretch.
Dylan Raymond led VUHS with 14 points, and Adam Gill andLiam Hayes added nine apiece. Darren Brown led the 2-5 Slaters with 12.
On Saturday, visiting Burr & Burton popped the Commodores’ undefeated bubble, 72-33. Bulldog standout Joey Shehadi’s
33 points led the way as his team improved to 7-1.
Wesley Miedema scored eight to lead VUHS, which dropped to 7-1.
On Saturday, visiting Rutland pulled away in the late going for a 68-48 victory over the Tigers. Four Raiders reached double figures as Rutland improved to 5-2.
Cullen Hathaway (11) and Bryce Burrell (10) led the Tiger scorers as MUHS dropped to 3-3.
On Dec. 30, host Winooski placed five players in double figures in an 83-48 victory. Ty Combs (14) andColeman Russell (10) led the 0-6 Eagles. 

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