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May 21, 2013

Placid ace pitches 2-hitter; Crown Point perfect


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LAKE PLACID — Serina Hayes turned in a sterling pitching performance for host Lake Placid, limiting Moriah to two hits while striking out 15 and walking none in Champlain Valley Athletic Conference softball Monday.

The senior hurler allowed a second-inning double to Madison Stahl and a single to Lauren Brace in the seventh.



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The Blue Bombers (10-5, 9-5) managed six hits off losing pitcher Taylor Sprague, who struck out two and walked three.

Taylor Maiorca went 2-for-3 with Kelsey Taylor, Haley Brandes, Adele Jesmer and Hayes each getting a hit.

Lake Placid 6, Moriah 0

Moriah       000 000 0 — 0 2 1

Lake Placid       301 101 x — 6 6 0

Sprague and Brace. Hayes and Taylor. WP- Hayes. LP- Sprague. 2B- Stahl (M), Jesmer (LP).

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Plattsburgh High 5, Saranac Lake 4

PLATTSBURGH — Rachel Bedard’s RBI single to center helped the Hornets (9-6, 9-6) to a walk-off win.

“We played a pretty good game,” Plattsburgh High coach Neil Bowlen said. “We made the most of our opportunities at the end. We’ve had some injuries, but (Bedard) has been coming on in the second half of the year.”

Jamie Bedard was credited with the win on the mound, striking out three batters and walking five.

“She gave 100 percent on every batter,” Bowlen said. “Sometimes, your ace doesn’t have their best stuff. But that’s what makes them good — when they pitch well without their best stuff.”

Karlie Neale and Kolbi Lyon each accounted for doubles.

Sydney Battistoni led the Red Storm (10-5, 10-5) at the plate, going 2-for-4 with two RBI. Teammate Megan Kilroy was 3-for-4.

Plattsburgh 5, Saranac Lk 4 Saranac Lake 011 000 2 — 4 8 0

Plattsburgh High 100 011 2 — 5 6 3

Tschirhart, Viscardo (6), Tschirhart (7) and McGuoirk. J. Bedard and Neale. WP- J. Bedard. LP- Tschirhart. 2B- Battistoni (SL), Neale (PHS) 2, Lyon (PHS) 2.

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Saranac 9, Northeastern Clinton 5

CHAMPLAIN — Brette Campbell’s two-run home run in the fifth inning helped the Chiefs (14-4) to a four-run win.

Saranac was able to take a 4-0 lead, though, with four runs in the opening frame.

“We had some untimely walks,” Cougars (5-10) coach Carrie McComb said. “It took us a little bit to settle down, but we got under control defensively. Also, it took us three innings to the hit ball ourselves.”

Ashley Terry was 3-for-4 for the Chiefs, while Campbell and Abby Joyal went 2-for-4 with two hits.

Michaela McDonough paced Northeastern Clinton at the plate, going 2-for-4.

Kourtnie Campbell was credited with the win on the mound, firing 12 strikeouts.

Saranac 9,

Northeastern Clinton 5

Saranac  400 050 0 — 9 9 1

No. Clinton       003 002 0 — 5 9 1

K. Campbell and B. Campbell. Favro and Harvey and Tucker (4). WP- K. Campbell. LP- Favro. 2B- Matott (N), Dominic (N). HR- B. Campbell (S).

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AuSable Valley 9, Ticonderoga 5

TICONDEROGA — The Patriots (8-6, 8-6) tuned up for the sectionals by knocking off the CVAC Div. II champion Sentinels (10-5, 10-3).

Sumra Sikander belted a homer and added a single for AuSable Valley. Miranda Sheffer, Logan Snow and Kendra Niemann chipped in with doubles. Winning pitcher Madison Rondeau scattered six hits.

Maura Jebb went 2-for-4 while Jaelyn Granger had a double for Ticonderoga.

AuSable Valley 9, Ticonderoga 5

AuSable Valley 104 211 0 — 9 9 2

Ticonderoga 210 010 1 — 5 6 2

Rondeau and Niemann. McKee, Austin (3) and Palandrani. WP- Rondeau. LP- McKee. HR- Sikandar (AVC). 2B- Sheffer (AVC), Snow (AVC), Niemann (AVC), Granger (Ti).

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Crown Point 17, Willsboro 11

WILLSBORO — Willsboro had Crown Point on the ropes Monday, but the Panthers escaped with a 17-11 come-from-behind victory to remain undefeated in Mountain & Valley Athletic Conference softball.

The Warriors (8-5, 8-5) held leads of 8-7 and 11-10 but could not score again after the fourth inning. The Panthers (15-0, 15-0) exploded for seven runs in the sixth inning to pull out the victory with Alex Macey’s three-run double the big hit in the inning.

Macey went 4-for-5 with a triple and five runs-batted-in. Brittany Foote contributed a 3-for-4 effort, which included a two-run homer and three RBI. Hunter Spaulding chipped in with two hits and two RBI while Mara Vradenburg also had two hits.

Maria Malone went the distance for the victory, striking out five while giving up seven hits and three walks.

Kyli Swires led Willsboro with two hits and two RBI. Renee Marcotte had a triple and two RBI. Kelsey Sloper and Rachel Bart each drove in one run.

Crown Point 17, Willsboro 11

Crown Point 151 127 0 — 17 15 6

Willsboro 044 300 0 — 11 7 4

Malone and Booth. Sloper and Bart. WP- Malone. LP- Sloper. HR- Foote (CP). 3B- Macey (CP). Marcotte (W). 2B- Macey (CP).

Chazy 13, E’town-Lewis 2

ELIZABETHTOWN — Paige Barcomb and Taylor Laurin each finished with three hits as the Eagles (7-8, 7-8) rolled past the Lions (7-7, 7-7).

Barcomb finished with a double and two RBI, while Laurin knocked in three runs. Megan Reynolds added two hits, including a triple.

Barcomb struck out six to capture the pitching victory.

Kylee Cassavaugh led Elizabethtown-Lewis with two hits, including a double. Jasmin Barnes chipped in with two hits.

Chontel St. Denis suffered the loss on the mound.

CHAZY 13, E’TOWN-LEWIS 2

Chazy 600 223 0 — 13 11 2

E’town-Lewis 000 000 2 — 2 5 10

Barcomb and Thomas. St. Denis and McGinn. WP- Barcomb. LP- St. Denis. 2B- Barcomb (C), Cassavaugh (E-L). 3B- Reynolds (C).

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Johnsburg 24, Wells 4

JOHNSBURG — Astasia Myler accounted for three hits and six runs as the Jaguars (6-7, 6-7) registered a 20-run win.

“Liz Ordway only gave up one walk, and we had our best defensive game of the season,” Johnsburg coach Philip Goodman said. “(Myler) hit two long home runs despite being intentionally walked twice.”

Ordway was credited with the win, while Brittany Woodward was tagged with the loss.

Bobbi Jo Page paced the Indians (0-11, 0-11) with two hits, including a double and two runs.

 Johnsburg 24, Wells 4

Wells 0 00 001 2 — 4 11 6

Johnsburg (10)45 014 x — 24 18 2

Woodward, Brenan (5), Simons (6) and Page. Ordway and Denno. WP- Ordway. LP- Denno. 2B- Page (W), Richards (J). 3B- Denno (J). HR- Woodward (W), Myler (J) 2.

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Westport 13, Schroon Lake 6

WESTPORT — The Eagles (6-9) picked up 21 walks, while Felicia Kurth was 1-for-1 at the plate with three walks of her own.

“Mostly walks kept us going,” Westport coach Ike Tyler said. “That inning where we scored five runs, it was a few hits that drove in some base runners.”

Kianna Fiore paced the Wildcats (5-10), going 3-for-4 with two doubles and a single.

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Westport 13, Schroon Lake 6

Schroon Lake 030 110 1 — 6 6 1

Westport 131 530 x — 13 3 2

M. Dezalia, M. Wisser (5), Fiore (6) and A. Wisser. Russell and Looby. WP- Russell. LP- M. Dezalia. 2B- Kurth (W), Fiore (SL) 2.

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Minerva/Newcomb 21, Keene 3

OLMSTEDVILLE — The Mountaineers (12-1, 12-1) pushed across 10 runs in the first inning and went on to a one-sided victory.

Gabby McNally drove in three runs with three hits for Minerva/Newcomb, which won the Div. II race with a 13-1 record. Dakota Bennett also had three hits.

Taylor Geiger went 3-for-3 with a triple for the Beavers (5-8, 5-8).

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     Min/Newcomb 21, Keene 3

Keene  1 00 200 0 — 3 7 3

Min/Newcomb (10)02 306 x — 21 13 2

Dumas and McCabe. Hogan, Williams (5) and Winslow, McCall (3). WP- Hogan. LP- Dumas. 2B- Ta. Geiger (K). 3B- Hogan (M/N), Marr (M/N), Tu. Geiger (K).

 

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NAC

BRUSHTON-MOIRA 4,    CHATEAUGAY 3

BRUSHTON — Winning pitcher Emily O’Connor delivered the big hit of the game — a three-run triple in the bottom of the sixth inning — to help give the Panthers a well-played win over the rival Bulldogs in Northern Athletic Conference play.

Chateaugay held a 3-0 lead when Brushton-Moira rallied for four runs in the sixth.

O’Connor allowed six hits, struck out nine and walked two, while losing pitcher Courtney Boyea surrendered just two hits, fanned 11 and issued one walk.

Arielle Gary had the other hit for the Panthers.

Hannah Cook lead the Bulldogs (11-5) with two singles and Boyea added a double.

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Brushton-Moira 4, Chateaugay 3

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Brushton-Moira 000 004 x — 4 2 2

Boyea and D. Cook. O’Connor and Traynor. WP- O’Connor. LP- Boyea. 2B- Boyea (C). 3B- O’Connor (B-M).