, Kingston, NH


December 26, 2013

Men's Masters Basketball

HAMPSTEAD — In last week’s action in the Hampstead Men’s Masters Basketball League, Captain Pat Curry’s Gelinas Siding (11-5) topped Captain Stan Lewis’ Village Vinyl (7-9), 57-34, while in the second game Captain Dave Rowell’s East Coast Lumber (8-8) knocked off Captain Craig Wlodyka’s L&M Construction (5-11), 56-46. In the final game Captain Paul Ramos’ Boutin Glass (13-3) slipped by Captain Wayne Hamilton’s Dunkin’ Donuts East Hampstead (4-12), 67-59.

Gelinas Siding 57

Village Vinyl 34

Gelinas took a slim 10-8 first quarter lead and extended their lead to 23-15 at the half. Gelinas continued to take advantage of the short-handed Village as they led, 40-27, going into the final period and cruised to the 57-34 win. Russ Evans slammed 14 points to lead Gelinas and got help from John Surprenant with 13 points, John Keisling 11 points, Steve Tripodi 8 points, Pat Curry 5 points, Fred Malcolm 4 points and Ken Gelinas with 2 points. Village was led by Jim Whitehouse’s 12 points, Matt Tulley 10 points, Gary Cebula 5 points, Kevin Crump 4 points and Mike Desmond with 3 points. Gelinas led in field goals, 24-10, while Village led in three-pointers, 3-1. Gelinas hit 6 of 9 free throws for 67% while Village went 5 for 9 and 56%.

East Coast Lumber 56

L&M Construction 46

L&M jumped out to a 12-6 first quarter lead and stretched the lead to 30-21 at the half. East Coast got back into the game in the third frame and only trailed by two points, 40-38, and then proceeded to dominate the final period for the 56-46 win. Jason Kimball and Joe Dzengeleski each scored 15 points to lead East Coast followed by Dano Anderson with 13 points, Dan Munsell 11 points and Dave Rowell with 2 points. L&M was led by Kent Anson and Craig Anderson with 13 points each, Sean Morrissey 11 points, Don Bell and Bob Edwards 4 points each, and Craig Wlodyka with 2 points. East Coast led in field goals, 19-14, while L&M had a 3-1 advantage in three-pointers. L&M hit 10 of 12 free throws for 83% while East Coast made 15 of 23 for 65%

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