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February 13, 2014

Men's Masters Basketball

HAMPSTEAD – In the final week of the regular season in the Hampstead Men’s Masters Basketball League, Captain Paul Ramos’ Boutin Glass (16-3) topped Captain Stan Lewis’ Village Vinyl (9-10), 60-52, while in the second game Captain Pat Curry’s Gelinas Siding (13-6) defeated Captain Craig Wlodyka’s L&M Construction (6-13), 52-43. In the final game, Captain Wayne Hamilton’s Dunkin’ Donuts East Hampstead (5-14) upended Dave Rowell’s East Coast Lumber (8-11), 50-35.

Boutin Glass 60

Village Vinyl 52

Boutin jumped out to a 14-8 first quarter lead and added to their advantage, 33-17, at the half. Village tried to claw back into the game, but still trailed, 46-35, going into the final period where one final push was not enough as Boutin hung on for the 60-52 win. Tim McDonald led Boutin with 14 points followed by Scott True and Fran Roux 11 points each, Kevin Meagher 10 points, Craig McGuire 7 points, Kevin Young 3 points, and Ross Huntington and John Boutin with 2 points each. Village was led by Matt Tulley’s 17 points along with Jim Whitehouse and Kevin Crump 10 points each, Gary Cebula 9 points and Keith Therrien and Mike Croke with 4 points each. Boutin led in field goals, 23-21, as well as three-pointers, 2-1. Village hit 15 of 20 free throws for 75% while Boutin hit 8 of 13 for 62%.

Gelinas Siding 56

L&M Construction 39

In a slow moving first quarter, L&M took a slim 9-8 lead, but at the half, Gelinas was able to take the same slim advantage, 22-21. Gelinas added a few points to their lead, 34-29, going into the final period where they held on for the 52-43 win. Ken Gelinas led Gelinas with 13 points with a lot of help from John Surprenant with 12 points, Fred Malcolm 10 points, John Keisling 9 points, Scott Suszek 6 points and Steve Tripodi with 2 points. L&M was led by Sean Morrissey with 11 points along with Craig Anderson 10 points, Don Bell 9 points, Tony Serino 6 points, Bob Edwards 4 points and Craig Wlodyka with 3 points. Gelinas led in field goals, 21-14, but L&M had a 3-1 advantage in three-pointers. Gelinas was a perfect 7 for 7 from the free throw line while L&M hit 6 of 10 for 60%.

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