ELIZABETHTOWN — Kylee Cassavaugh is one stolen base away from capturing the New York record and helped lead Elizabethtown-Lewis to a 24-14 victory over Willsboro in Mountain & Valley Athletic Conference softball Wednesday.
Cassavaugh, who came in with 125 stolen bases for her career, swiped three bases in the victory.
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She is now tied with Niagara Wheatfield graduate Caitlin Attfield, who took over the record from Alden graduate Jordan Rutkowski a season ago, with 128.
The Lions host Minerva-Newcomb Friday.
Cassavaugh finished with three hits, including two doubles and three RBI on the afternoon. Emma Disogra added a triple to go with her three hits and five RBI, while Cheyenne Sousis had four hits, a double and four RBI.
Chontel St. Denis finished with seven strikeouts to capture the win on the mound.
Alyson Arnold had a phenomenal day for Willsboro. The senior finished a perfect 5-for-5 with two doubles, a triple and five RBI.
Kyli Swires took the pitching loss for the Warriors.
E’town-Lewis 24, Willsboro 14
Willsboro 236 00 2 0 — 14 7 3
E-town-Lewis 230 45(10) x — 24 14 7
Swires, Crowningshield (6) and Blanchard. St. Denis (7ks) and McGinn. WP- St. Denis. LP- Swires. 2B- Arnold (Wills) 2, Sousis (E-L), Cassavaugh (E-L) 2. 3B- Arnold (Wills), Disogra (E-L).
CHAZY 17, SCHROON LAKE 5
SCHROON LAKE — Paige Barcomb tossed a no-hitter as the Eagles knocked off the Wildcats.
Barcomb struck out three and walked seven. Miranda DeZalia started and took the loss for Schroon Lake.
The Eagles, who took advantage of walks and Wildcat errors, finished with three hits. Skyler Thomas had a triple, Amber Polomsky a double and Kallie McGrath a single.
Amanda James drove in a run for Schroon Lake.
Chazy 17, Schroon Lake 5
Chazy 407 600 0 — 17 3 0
Schroon Lake 002 300 0 — 5 0 8
Barcomb and Thomas. M. DeZalia, Fiore (4), M. Wisser (6) and A. Wisser, James (5). WP- Barcomb. LP- M. DeZalia. 2B- Polomsky (C). 3B- Thomas (C).
KEENE 4, INDIAN LAKE/LONG LAKE 2
KEENE — The Beavers were able to get some revenge against the rival Orange in their home opener Wednesday.
Taylor Geiger led Keene, going 2-for-3 with two RBI and a triple. Megan Hall also contributed for the Beavers as she was able to go 3-for-3 with a triple.
Jazmin Pirano and Emma Gray each had two hits on the day for Indian Lake/Long Lake.
Gray took the loss for the Orange, but also highlighted the stat sheet with 12 strikeouts.
“We did well against Gray,” Keene coach Darrin Seeley said. “She is one of the best players in the game; it was great to score four runs on her.”
Keene’s Tucker Geiger also pitched a complete game and only allowed two runs and a walk to record the win.
“It’s always a pleasure to play Indian Lake/Long Lake,” Keene coach Darrin Seeley said. “We duked it out last year, so it was nice to come back and beat them this year.”
Keene 4, Indian Lake/Long Lake 2
Indian Lake/Long Lake 011 000 0 — 2 5 1
Keene 101 011 x — 4 7 3
Gray and Hamdan. E. Geiger and Goss. WP- Geiger. LP- Gray. 2B- Laclair (K). 3B- T. Geiger (K), Hall (K).
Crown Point 19, Westport 4
WESTPORT— The Panthers put up 19 runs, seven of which came in the first inning alone, to roll past the Eagles.
Maria Malone took the win for Crown Point. Malone also went 3-for-5 with a double, while Ellen Kiely had three hits, including two doubles in the game for the Panthers.
Starting Brendee Russell led Westport in hitting with two singles. Charlotte Staats impressed the coaching staff with her play in the field.
“Brendee Russell played well for us, batting and behind the plate,” Westport coach Ike Tyler said. “And I thought Staats made some really nice catches in centerfield.”
Ellie Schwoebel took the loss for the Eagles. Schwoebel was relieved by Felicia Kurth in the middle of the second inning with two outs. The two gave up 19 combined walks.
Malone finished the day only giving up two walks, and tossed 12 strikeouts.
Crown Point 741 223 0 — 19 10 1
Westport 102 001 0 — 4 4 3
Malone and Booth. Schwoebel, Kurth (2) and Russell. WP-Malone. LP- Schwoebel. 2B- Malone (CP), Kiely (CP)
TICONDEROGA 6, LAKE PLACID 3
TICONDEROGA — It took an extra day, but the Blue Bombers and Sentinels finally got their CVAC softball season underway.
Logan Mars went 2-for-3 with a home run to lead Ticonderoga over Lake Placid.
Andrea Rich added a triple and a double for the Sentinels, while Meg Campney finished 2-for-3 on the afternoon.
Kylie Austin picked up the win on the mound.
Serina Hayes and Lizzie Bimonte each delivered a triple to lead the Blue Bombers. Kelsey Taylor added a double.
Hayes finished with nine strike outs in suffering the pitching loss.
“It was a good game,” Ticonderoga coach Shannon Huntington said. “Both teams hit the ball hard,”
Ticonderoga 6, Lake Placid 3
Lake Placid 010 011 0 — 3 5 2
Ticonderoga 003 030 x — 6 10 2
Hayes and Taylor. Austin and Palandrani. WP- Austin. LP- Hayes. 2B- Taylor (LP), Rich (Ti). 3B- Hayes (LP), Bimonte (LP). HR- Mars (Ti).
INDIAN LAKE/LONG LAKE 26, KEENE 0 (5)
KEENE — Shane Short had three hits, including a double, as the Orange rolled past the Beavers.
Matt Moore captured the win on the mound, striking out six, and combined with Henry Sandiford to toss a one-hitter.
Curtis Seaman and Kyle McMurty each chipped in with two hits for Indian Lake/Long Lake.
Colton Venner struck out three in taking the loss for Keene. Warren Ashe delivered Keene’s lone hit, a double.
Indian Lake/Long Lake 26, Keene 0 (5)
IL/LL 40(11) 74 — 26 10 0
Keene 00 0 00 — 0 1 10
Moore, Sandiford (4) and Douglas. Venner, Dumas (3), Summo (4) and Ashe. WP- Moore. LP- Venner. 2B- Ashe (K), Short (IL/LL).
CROWN POINT 35, WESTPORT 2 (5)
WESTPORT — Joe Foote accounted for a grand slam, double, single and seven RBI, while Mike DuShane added a home run, double, two singles and six RBI for the Panthers, who are 2-0 in league play.
Jaice Spring finished with four hits for Crown Point and Jon Spaulding contributed a single, double, triple and five RBI. Robbie Macey added three singles.
Dan Groshans was the starting and winning pitcher.
Gabe Schrauf and Dylan Limlaw each had a double for the Eagles. The losing pitcher was John Doyle.
Crown Point 35, Westport 2 (5)
Crown Point (11)54 (10)5 — 35 23 0
Westport 0 00 1 1 — 2 2 5
Groshans, Spring (4), Pertak (5) and DuShane, DeBrobander (5). Doyle, Davis (2), Westercamp (4) and Limlaw. WP- Groshans. LP- Doyle. 2B- Foote (CP), DuShane (CP), Spaulding (CP), G. Schrauf (West), Limlaw (West). 3B- Spaulding (CP). HR- Foote (CP), DuShane (CP).