May 9, 2014

Eagles cruise past Cougars

BEEKMANTOWN — Brandon Buksa and Quenton Barber rapped out four hits each in a 19-hit attack Thursday afternoon as Beekmantown continued its winning ways with a 16-3 victory over Northeastern Clinton in Champlain Valley Athletic Conference baseball.

Buksa had a triple and Barber two doubles.

Brantley Marion and Brandon Provost chipped in with three hits apiece, with Marion getting a triple and double. Tanner Williams added a two-run single.

Zach Bingel went six innings for the pitching win as he allowed four hits, did not walk anyone and struck out four.

“Bingel did a great job on the mound for us today,” Beekmantown coach Eric Bell said. “He hit his spots all game and kept the hitters off-balance.

“We had many players with good at-bats today. Eight different players had at least one hit.”

Mason Letourneau took the pitching loss, and Reece Tucker’s double was one of the five hits for the Cougars.

Beekmantown 16, Northeastern Clinton 3

B’town 304 207 0 — 16 19 2

Clinton 000 002 1 — 3 5 4

Letourneau, Hurlburt (4), Sousa (7) and Herzog, Houghton (4). Bingel, Provost (7) and Pepper. WP- Bingel. LP- Letourneau. 2B- Barber (Beek) 2, Marion (Beek). 3B- Buksa (Beek), Marion (Beek).


Peru 13, Moriah 2

PORT HENRY — Blake Altizer struck out nine and did not walk anyone in going the first six innings for the pitching win.

Conor Casey and Andy Kneussle led the Indians with three hits each, with each getting a double, while Tristan Archambault added a single and triple.

Peru held a 5-0 lead after four innings before breaking it open with six runs in the fifth.

C.J. Raymond took the pitching loss for the Vikings, and Cody Stockwell rapped a single and double to account for two of Moriah’s five hits.

Peru 13, Moriah 2

Peru 013 162 0 — 13 12 1

Moriah 000 002 0 — 2 5 6

Altizer, Archambault (7) and Carpenter. Raymond, Russo (5) and Clarke, Stockwell (5). WP- Altizer. LP- Raymond. 2B- Casey (P), Kneussle (P), Stockwell (Mor). 3B- Archambault (P).

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