April 30, 2014

Saranac explodes in 10th inning, rallies past Plattsburgh

PLATTSBURGH — The No. 24 Saranac softball team helped define an idiom Tuesday.

It’s better late than never.

After scoring one run through nine innings, the Chiefs’ offense exploded to score seven times in the 10th for an 8-1 defeat of Plattsburgh High in Champlain Valley Athletic Conference action.

“We were up 1-0 until the bottom of the sixth when Saranac tied it up,” Hornets coach Jordan Oshier said. “The game went into extra innings and the score stayed 1-1 until the top of the 10th when Saranac rallied.”

Saranac finished with four hits in the ballgame, including a triple from Summer Gillespie.

Samantha Swiesz belted a triple in the first inning, and then scored on an overthrow from the catcher to third base.

Tori Trim pitched a complete game for the Chiefs and was credited with the win. Trim surrendered two hits. Jamie Bedard, who also went the distance, suffered the loss.

Saranac 8, Plattsburgh High 1 (10)

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Trim and Campbell. J. Bedard and Swiesz. WP- Trim. LP- J. Bedard. 3B- Swiesz (PHS), Gillespie (SCS).


Lake Placid 17, Northern Adirondack 6

ELLENBURG — The Blue Bombers were able to jump out to an early first-inning lead and hold on to defeat the Bobcats.

Gillian McLean led the way for Lake Placid, finishing with three singles on the day. Carissa Kennedy was credited with the win, allowing eight hits.

Michaela Manor took the rubber for Northern Adirondack, but her defense struggled behind her with seven errors.

The Bobcats did see some success in the batter’s box from Jillian Scott, Magan Magee and Olivia Barnaby, who each produced two hits apiece. Magee had the game’s lone extra-base hit with a double.

Lake Placid 17, Northern Adirondack 6

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N. Adirondack 100 400 1 — 6 8 7

Kennedy and Bimonte. Manor and Durin. WP- Kennedy. LP- Manor. 2B- Magee (NAC).


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