April 20, 2013

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Minerva/Newcomb 12, Elizabethtown-Lewis 9

Min/N’comb 101 050 23 — 12 8 3

E’town-Lewis 240 110 10 — 9 12 5

Hogan, Williams (6) and Winslow. St. Denis, Mitchell (6) and McGinn. WP- Williams. LP- Mitchell. 2B- Labay (M/N), Cassavaugh (E-L) 2. HR- Barnes (E-L)


Schroon Lake13, Keene 12

SCHROON LAKE— It was a high scoring affair as the Wildcats were able to win a close one against the Beavers.

Schroon Lake was able to get a complete game by Kianna Fiore, who also helped her own cause in the game by getting two hits, including a three-run triple in the third inning to put the Wildcats up for good.

Schroon Lake had a huge third inning scoring eight runs, all with two outs, to put the Wildcats up for good. Desiree Lanoue also had three RBI in the game including a home run and Brooke Wheeler had three hits.

The Beavers did their best to climb back into the game, scoring four runs in both the fifth and sixth inning, but the hole was too large.

Schroon Lake 13, Keene 12

Schroon Lk 008 410 0 — 13 12 4

Keene 301 044 0 — 12 11 2

Fiore and Wisser. Geiger and Goff. WP- Fiore. LP- Geiger. 2B Dumas (Keene), Sturges (Keene), Wheeler (SL). 3B- Fiore (SL). HR- Lanoue (SL).



WESTPORT — Astasia Myler accounted for six hits, including two home runs and a double, to power the Jaguars.

Gereau added a home run and two doubles for Johnsburg, while winning pitcher Denno added three hits, with a home run. The Jaguars had 20 hits in all.

Rachel Abrahamsen had one of the six hits for the Eagles and drove in two runs.

The Jaguars held a 16-8 lead before Westport tallied 11 runs in the fourth for a 19-16 advantage. Johnsburg, however, came back with eight in the top of the fifth to regain the lead for good.

Westport took advantage of 31 walks dished out by Johnsburg pitching.

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