April 24, 2013

Chiefs' Trim strikes out 15 in win



Brooke Reid led Lake Placid, going 2-for-4.

“As the season progresses, we’ve just got to keep chipping away,” Bowlen said. “We’re 3-1, and I don’t think we’ve played our best softball yet. We’re continuing to evolve.’

Plattsburgh High 8, Lake Placid 6

Lake Placid 030 003 0 — 6 7 1

Plattsburgh High 103 112 x — 8 8 4

Hayes and Taylor. McLaughlin, Stanley (4), Bedard (7) and Neale. WP- Stanley. LP- Hayes. SV- Bedard. 2B- Barney (LP), Trombley (PHS). 3B- Godin.


Peru 20, AuSable Valley 5 (5)

PERU — Sam Fletcher hit a two-run homer in the first inning as the Indians got off to a great start, totaling eight runs in the inning.

Peru led 11-2 after the third and then scored nine runs in the fourth.

Linzee Wright had two hits for the Indians, including a solo home run in the third. Brianna Padron and Nicole Breton also had two hits, and Maddy Flynn doubled.

“We hit the ball very well tonight,” Peru coach Jason Brown said. “And we’re still having little problems with our errors, but we had a little better showing than in the past couple games.”

Kelly Neenan threw seven strikeouts and one walk to earn the win.

Madison Rondeau smacked a solo home run for the Patriots and also took the pitching loss.

Peru 20, AuSable Valley 5 (5)

AuSable Valley 200 30 — 5 4 8

Peru 803 90 — 20 9 4

Rondeau and Niemann. Neenan and Bombard. WP- Neenan. LP- Rondeau. 2B- Flynn (P). HR- Rondeau (AV), Fletcher (P), Wright (P).


Saranac Lake 23, Moriah 1

SARANAC LAKE — Nicole Viscardo and Jen McGuoirk each went 4-for-4 as the Red Storm knocked off the Vikings.

Megan Moody and Jordy McDougall both went 3-for-3 on the afternoons, while Birttany Tschirhart and Megan Kilroy each finished with two hits.

Tschirhart struck out eight in picking up the win on the mound for Saranac Lake.

Lauren Brace, Tori Fleury, Nicole French and Shelby MacDougal all had a hit for Moriah.

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