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May 8, 2013

Newcomer Price hits game-winner for Eagles

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BEEKMANTOWN —

Dillon Savage and Shane Douglas each had two hits and an RBI for AuSable Valley. Savage and Kodie Simpson both delivered doubles.

Douglas captured the win on the mound, striking out four in going the distance.

Ethan King led the way for Northern Adirondack with three hits and an RBI. Evan Nichols, John Schiraldi, Doran Sorrell and Colby Garrand all finished with hits.

Jared Nichols suffered the loss, striking out four.

AuSable Valley 13, NAC 4

AuSable Valley 110 271 1 — 13 8 1

NAC 100 001 2 — 4 9 8

Douglas and Savage. J. Nichols, King (5) and Garrand. WP- Douglas. LP- J. Nichols. 2B- Savage (AVC), Simpson (AVC).

 

MVAC

Wells 13, Westport 1

WELLS — Caleb Hayes tossed 13 strikeouts for the Indians, while pitching a complete game in the process.

Wells (7-2) managed to score all 13 runs in the first three innings.

“We hit the ball real well,” Indians coach Bob Stoddard said. “We run the bases extremely well and typically take advantage of our opponents on the base paths. We were certainly aggressive (Tuesday).”

Adrian Collado paced Wells at the plate with one hit, three runs scored and five RBI. Teammate Jake Earley added two hits before scoring on two occasions.

Hayes helped his own cause at the plate, hitting a double and scoring two runs.

Wells 13, Westport 1

Westport 001 000 0 — 1 2 5

Wells 445 000 x — 13 11 2

Napper, Tryon (4) and Christian. Hayes and Brenan. WP- Hayes. LP- Napper. 2B- Hayes (Wells), Hoffman (Wells), Earley (Wells).

SOFTBALL

CVAC

AUSABLE VALLEY 5, PLATTSBURGH 3

AUSABLE FORKS — Facing a two-run deficit in the fourth inning, AuSable Valley softball coach Marty Snow was hopeful for one of his players to step up and make a play.

Enter Logan Snow.

The junior first baseman hammered a three-RBI triple to put the Patriots up for keeps in a 5-3 come-from-behind win over Plattsburgh High in Champlain Valley Athletic Conference softball Tuesday.

“In the first three innings, we kind of struggled mentally,” Marty Snow said. “We committed three fielding errors in the first three innings and had some runners in scoring position called out on the base paths. We settled down in the fourth, and we shut them down the rest of the way.”

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