May 3, 2014

MacDougal's RBI lifts Moriah over NAC

PORT HENRY — Shelby MacDougal’s walk-off hit gave the Moriah softball team a 5-4 win over Northern Adirondack in Champlain Valley Athletic Conference play Friday.

With the game tied at 4-all in the bottom of the seventh inning, Lauren Brace reached base on a walk with one out, and then advanced to second on a wild pitch.

MacDougal’s game-winning single up the middle helped the Vikings (1-4, 1-1) to their first victory of the spring.

MacDougal finished with three hits in the ballgame, while teammate Madison Stahl added two.

Magan Magee paced the Bobcats (0-5, 0-2) with three hits, including a home run.

Taylor Sprague collected the victory on the mound in a complete-game performance. Alexis Boulrice suffered the loss.

Moriah 5, Northern Adirondack 4

NAdirondack 012 000 1 — 4 9 0

Moriah 002 020 1 — 5 9 2

Boulrice and Durnin. Sprague and Brace. WP- Sprague. LP- Boulrice. 3B- Sprague (MCS), Brace (MCS). HR- Mag. Magee (NAC).


N’eastern Clinton 3, Peru 1

CHAMPLAIN — Michaela McDonough hit a two-run homer in the third inning to put the Cougars (3-1, 1-0) ahead, and then scored an insurance run in the sixth.

McDonough totaled two hits, while Katie Mattot (RBI double) and Madalyn Tucker (single) accounted for Northeastern Clinton’s other hits.

Myranda Miller walked two, struck out two and allowed five hits while earning the complete-game win.

The Cougars played error-free ball.

“Great team win for NCCS,” Cougars coach Carrie McComb said. “We came up with great plays when Peru had base runners. Defense won this game.”

Kara Barber provided the Indians’ (2-3, 2-1) lone run with a dinger in the third. Kelly Neenan suffered the loss after fanning four, hitting one and giving up four hits.

Northeastern Clinton 3, Peru 1

Peru 001 000 0 — 1 5 1

NEClinton 002 001 0 — 3 4 0

Neenan and Miner. Miller and Tucker. WP- Miller. LP- Neenan. 2B- Matott (NCCS). 3B- Newman (P). HR- Barber (Peru), McDonough (NCCS).


Keene 10, Westport 1

WESTPORT — The Beavers (2-0, 2-0) had just two base hits but still managed 10 runs in their win over the Eagles (3-2, 3-2).

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