SARANAC LAKE —
Trudeau also helped his own cause on the mound, striking out five batters in a complete-game performance.
Seven fielding errors plagued the Cougars throughout the game.
“We just made too many throwing errors,” Northeastern Clinton coach Jerry Davison said. “It’s not typical of our team. We went the last two games without any errors, but fell apart (Tuesday).”
Trudeau recorded the win, while Kevin Sousa was tagged with the loss.
Reece Tucker and Kyle McCarthy each led the Cougars at the plate, registering doubles.
Ticonderoga 8, Northeastern Clinton 3
Ticonderoga 310 301 0 — 8 10 2
N’eastern Clinton 010 002 0 — 3 7 7
Trudeau and Bush. Sousa, Lamberton (4), Stein (6) and Rabideau. WP- Gautreau. LP- Sousa. 2B- Tucker (NCCS). 3B- McCarthy (NCCS), Woods (TCS).
Peru 20, Moriah 1
PERU — The Indians bounced back from their first loss of the season in a big way Tuesday with a 10-run second inning to knock off the Vikings.
Conor Casey belted four hits, including a double, and finished with three RBI for Peru. Nick Uliva added three hits with a double and RBI, while Ryan McCall, Nick Demarais and Blake Altizer each contributed two hits. Demarais had a double and Tristan Archambault, a triple.
Archambault captured the win on the mound for the Indians and combined with four other pitchers to strike out 13 batters.
Jordan Greenough went 2-for-3 to pace Moriah. Jarred MacDougal took the pitching loss.
Peru 20, Moriah 1
Moriah 0 0 0 001 0 — 1 6 8
Peru 0(10)0 505 x — 20 17 1
MacDougal, Rancour (2), Russo (4), Allen (5), Marcotte (6) and Raymond. Delello, Archambault (3), Robinson (6), Altizer (7) and Altizer, Archambault (7). WP- Archambault. LP- MacDougal. 2B- Demarais (P), Casey (P), Uliva (P). 3B- Archambault (P).
Beekmantown 22, Northern Adirondack 1
BEEKMANTOWN — The Eagles had eight players — Brandon Buksa (4), Austin Bradish (4), Adam Goldfarb (3), Justin Stevens (3), Devin Fessette (3), Zach Brockway (3), Quenton Barber (2) and Zach Myers (2) — finish with multiple hits in their 21-run win over the Bobcats.
“Our kids came out focused,” Beekmantown coach Eric Bell said. “This was a trap game for us because we play Peru on Thursday. We knew Northern Adirondack could beat us if we didn’t remain focused. We came out and hit the ball well.”