April 20, 2013

Cassavaugh sets stolen base mark



Johnsburg 30, Westport 23

Johnsburg 145 6 84 2 — 30 20 1

Westport 530 (11)30 1 — 23 6 5

Allard, Denno (4) and Denno, Allard (4). Kurth, Schwoebel (4) and Looby. WP- Denno. LP- Schwoebel. 2B- Gereau (J) 2, Myler (J). HR- Gereau (J), Myler (J) 2, Denno (J).



Lake Placid 12, AuSable Valley 10

CLINTONVILLE — Four errors in the second inning proved to plague the Patriots as they dropped a two-run decision to the Blue Bombers.

“Errors really hurt us,” AuSable Valley coach Doug Rondeau said. “We can’t make errors and expect to win against a team of Lake Placid’s caliber. In the sixth inning, we had a few relief players step up and get six runs, though. (Hayes) did a great job pitching.”

Kendra Niemann belted three hits, including one double for the Patriots.

“We took a 9-8 lead going into the seventh, but they rallied and scored a run to tie,” Rondeau said. “They scored three in the eighth to put the game away.”

Lake Placid 12, Northeastern Clinton 10

Lake Placid 043 001 13 — 12 8 0

AuSable Valley 010 026 01 — 10 11 8

Hayes and Taylor. Rondeau, Evens (6) and Niemann. 2B- Hayes (LP), Niemann (AVCS). 3B- Hayes (LP).


Northeastern Clinton 19, Beekmantown 1

BEEKMANTOWN — The Cougars belted 19 runs on 10 hits with Katie Matott going 3-for-4.

Teammate Michaela McDonough reached base on five occasions, registering three hits and two walks.

The Eagles totaled eight errors on the day.

“Northeastern Clinton came out strong,” Beekmantown coach Sarah Spaulding said. “Errors were the difference in the game. (LaValley) was strong on the mound.”

Kiley Regan and Asia Harris-Relation accounted for both of Beekmantown’s hits.

Stephanie LaVally punched out six batters on the mound.

Northeastern Clinton 19, Beekmantown 1

NCCS 442 027 — 19 10 2

Beekmantown 000 100 — 1 2 8

LaValley and Tucker. Marsh and Harris-Relation. WP- LaValley. LP- Marsh. 2B- McDonough (NCCS).

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