JERICHO – Nick Bergeron and Alec Carew scored 11 points apiece as Mount Mansfield defeated Brattleboro, 44-36, in a high school boys basketball game Saturday.
Jackson Batchelder had 11 points in the loss for Brattleboro (0-2).
Defending-champion Mount Mansfield improved to 1-1 after beating Brattleboro in a rematch of last season’s Division I semifinal.
* Winooski 48, Northfield 30: Kyle Bigelow tossed in 21 points as Winooski opened its season with a win over visiting Northfield.
Abdi Kadawe added eight points for Winooski, which bolted to a 25-10 halftime edge.
Matt Daley paced Northfield (0-3) with 10 points.
* St. Johnsbury 61, Rutland 56, OT: Brendan O’Shea hit a 3-pointer with 12 seconds left in regulation to force overtime, then drained 6 of 7 free throws in OT as host St. Johnsbury edged Rutland for the second time this season.
O’Shea finished with 21 points and Vlad Codzaru added 13 points for SJA (3-0).
Tre Hysell (14 points) and Pat O’Rourke (12 points) led Rutland.
* Williamstown 66, U-32 58; Hazen 51, Stowe 43: Jason Manwaring poured in 21 points to help Williamstown capture the Corey Plante Memorial championship.
Hunter McLaughlin hit three three-pointers for Williamstown and Garret Poulin hit four free throws in the game’s final minute to seal the win.
Kyler Weaver had 18 points and Ryan Booth had 17 for U-32.
In the consolation game, Dimitri Vasilaidis dialed up 25 points and Adam Forant scored 12 in Hazen’s win over Stowe. Hazen (1-1), which trailed 27-26 at halftime, gained a seven-point lead heading into the fourth quarter.
Max King scored 12 points to lead Stowe (0-3).
* Rice 56, Mount Anthony 32: Hailee Barron dumped in 23 points and Cassidy Derda supplied 13 points as Rice raced to a victory at Mount Anthony.
Morgan Hewitt led MAU with seven points.
* St. Johnsbury 44, Rutland 36: Johannah Driscoll tallied 19 points as St. Johnsbury opened its season with a win at Rutland.
Molly Freid (12 points) and Brigette Rankin (11 points) also reached double figures for SJA.
Katitlyn Delong and Kristen Switzer each scored nine points to lead Rutland.
* Burr and Burton 44, Middlebury 18: Hannah Nicholson had 16 points to lead visiting Burr and Burton to win over Middlebury.
Claudia Mosher chipped in with 12 points for BBA.
* Craftsbury 49, Rochester 31: Janet Bohannon collected 19 points and Thalia Thomas contributed 14 points as Craftsbury dispatched Rochester to improve to 3-1.
Savannah Shepard topped Rochester with 10 points.
* Hanover, N.H. 1, BFA-St. Albans 0; Beekmantown, N.Y. 6, Essex 2: The Christie Corrigan Blitz Tournament wrapped up its weekend action with both Vermont teams suffering losses.
In the first game, Beekmantown, N.Y. downed Essex, with Kilery Regan leading the way with two goals. Clara Giroux, Lauren O’Connor, Amanda Peterson and Kallie Villemaire also scored for Beekmantown.
Kathleen Young and Amanda Sinkewicz scored for Essex (1-1).
Sarah Polidor scored in the second period to lead Hanover, N.H. to a win over BFA-St. Albans in the second game of the day. Katrina Menard and Sarah Muller earned assists on the goal.
Shanley Howrigan made 21 saves for BFA (1-1).
* Spaulding 2, Missisquoi 1: Ashley Pelkey scored in the third period to lift Spaulding past Missisquoi.
Julia Ormsby also scored for the Crimson Tide (2-0). Michelyn Gosselin and Ormsby assisted on the winning goal.
Michaela Martin scored a power play goal and Hannah Backus made 17 stops for Missisquoi (2-1).
* Harwood 3, Northfield 0: Carrie Johnson had two goals as Harwood downed Northfield.
Hayley Martini scored a goal and Haley Spittle had two assists for the Highlanders (2-1).
Gabby Wiley made 29 saves for Northfield (1-2).
* Hartford 8, Lyndon 1: Brandon Gardner had a hat trick as Hartford beat visting Lyndon.
Jeremy McGlone and John Lewis each had two goals and Jeff Lyford chipped three assists for the Hurricanes (1-0).
Josh Guyer scored for Lyndon (0-3) and Derek Colburn made 48 saves.
* U-32 5, Spaulding 4: Shane O’Neill scored with five seconds remaining in regulation to lift U-32 to a come-from-behind win over Spaulding.
O’Neill had two goals and JJ Jones had a hat trick for the Raiders.
Shane Hickey led Spaulding with two goals.
* Rutland 7, Burr and Burton 2: Max Major had two goals to lead Rutland to a win over host Burr and Burton.
Tyler Slusarczyk also had two goals for the Raiders and Jason McFarland made eight stops.
Bulldog goalie Zack Stewart made 45 saves in the loss.