May 15, 2013

Perfect game for Orange pitchers


INDIAN LAKE — Henry Sandiford, Matt Moore and Kyle McMurty combined for a perfect game, striking out 11 of 21 batters as Indian/Lake Long Lake blanked Keene 23-0 in Mountain and Valley Athletic Conference baseball Tuesday.

“They were just pitching strikes,” Orange interim coach Dave Snide said. “They pitched a great game, and they had good fielding behind them. We were in the right spot at the right time.”

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Indian Lake/Long Lake managed an 11-run lead after the first inning of play.

“It allowed us to do some different things, getting off to that good of a start,” Snide said. “It just makes for a good game all around. Keene played a fine game as well.”

Chaitin Giessen paced the Orange at the plate with a home run, while Curtis Seaman (2), Collin Farrell and Arthur Jennings all registered doubles.

Sandiford was credited with the win in over four innings of work, while Brandon Dumas was tagged with the loss.

Indian Lake/Long Lake 23, Keene 0

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Dumas and Ashe. Sandiford, Moore (5), McMurty (7) and Douglas. WP- Sandiford. LP- Dumas. 2B- Seaman (IL/LL) 2, Farrell (IL/LL), Jennings (IL/LL). HR- Giessen (IL/LL).


Plattsburgh High 13, Ticonderoga 6

TICONDEROGA — Robby Knowles belted three hits as Jack Tolosky, Ryan Whalen and Rob Hartman each added two in the Hornets’ seven-run win.

“We really struggled receiving the ball behind the plate,” Sentinels coach Dan Dorsett said. “They scored two runs in the first inning on a past ball, and they were moving runners at will.

“They got key hits when they needed them, and we really struggled defensively. When they got up big, they didn’t go into cruise control.”

Ty Denno and Anthony Costello each paced Ticonderoga with two hits apiece.

Gerrit Rietsema was credited with the win, while Ryan Trudeau suffered the loss.

Plattsburgh High 13, Ticonderoga 6

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Rietsma, Whalen (7), Knowles (7) and Hartman. Trudeau, Denno (4) and Bruce. WP- Rietsma. LP- Trudeau. 2B- Emery (P), Courson (P), Donahue (T).



AUSABLE FORKS — The Cougars scored six runs in the seventh inning to distance themselves from the Patriots.

Kevin Sousa captured the victory for Northeastern Clinton in relief. Sousa, Mason Letourneau and Brent Stein combined to throw eight strikeouts.

Garrett Begore and Alex Lamberton each had three hits for the Cougars. Begore, Sousa and Marcus Lefebvre all had a double.

Dillon Savage paced AuSable Valley with a home run. Nick McDonald had a double.

Kodie Simpson took the loss for the Patriots.

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Letourneau, Sousa (4), Stein (7) and Rabideau. Simpson, Preston (7) and Savage. WP- Sousa. LP- Simpson. 2B- Begore (NCCS), Sousa (NCCS), Lefebvre (NCCS), N. McDonald (AVC). HR- Savage (AVC).



ELLENBURG — Andy Kneussle led the Indians’ 16-hit barrage with two doubles on three hits in Peru’s victory over the Bobcats.

Tristan Archambault added three more hits with a double for the Indians. Luis Pepen-Matos had a triple, Mitchell Cunningham belted two doubles, while Dom Delello, Blake Altizer and Nick Demarais all finished with two hits. Demarais cracked a double.

Archambault took the victory, striking out seven batters over six innings. Pepen-Matos struck out four batters in the seventh inning.

Ryan Manion, Ethan King and Evan Nichols led the way for Northern Adirondack with a triple apiece.

Mike Petrashune struck out five in taking the loss for the Bobcats.

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Archambault, Pepen-Matos (7) and Altizer, Archambault (7). Petrashune and E. Nichols. WP- Archambault. LP- Petrashune. 2B- Demarais (P), Archambault (P), Cunningham (P) 2, Kneussle (P) 2. 3B- Pepen-Matos (P), Manion (NAC), King (NAC), E. Nichols (NAC).



PORT HENRY — The Eagles exploded for 22 hits and Brandon Rabideau held the Vikings to two hits in Beekmantown’s victory.

Rabideau struck out 10 batters over five innings to pick up the win.

Justin Stevens and Brennan Pelkey led the way with four hits apiece for the Eagles. Zach Broadway and Devin Fessette each had three hits, while Brandon Buksa and Adam Goldfarb finished with two each.

Buksa and Zach Myers cracked a triple, with Casey Leclair delivering a double.

Austin Allen had a triple to pace Moriah. Chris Clarke had the other hit of the game for the Vikings.

Jarred MacDougal took the pitching loss.

Beekmantown 21, Moriah 1

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Rabideau, Leclair (6) and Manney. MacDougal, Marcotte (2), Allen (3), Rancour (4), Callahan (6), Chappell (7) and Raymond. WP- Rabideau. LP- MacDougal. 2B- Leclair (Beek). 3B- Myers (Beek), Buksa (Beek), Allen (Mor).




CHATEAUGAY — Zach Cowan had four hits and a double over two games as the Bulldogs swept the Saints in a Northern Athletic Conference doubleheader.

Nick Ashline and Greg Holmes each came away with pitching wins for Chateaugay.

Corey Hill had three hits and two doubles in the second game. Devin LaBar cracked two hits and a double.

Chateaugay 6, St. Regis Falls 5

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Cummings and Smith. Ashline and Swanston. WP- Ashline. LP- Cummings.

Chateaugay 10, St. Regis Falls 7

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Duquette and Smith. Ashline, Holmes (3) and Smith. WP- Holmes. LP- Duquette. 2B- Hill (Chat) 2, Cowan (Chat), LaBar (Chat). HR- Duquette (SRF).