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May 14, 2013

Ti defeats PHS with 7-run seventh

PLATTSBURGH — Jordan McKee’s three-run homer was the big blast in a seven-run sixth inning for visiting Ticonderoga, which rallied from a 3-0 deficit to win 11-5 over Plattsburgh in Champlain Valley Athletic Conference softball Monday.

It was a hitters’ day with the two teams combining for 34 hits. Katie Palandrini was 5-for-5 with a double and Jaclyn Granger, 3-for-5 with a double, to lead the Seninels’ 18-hit attack.



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Karlie Neale was 4-for-4 with a double and solo homer for the Hornets. Maddie Trombley was 3-for-5 with a double and Rachel Bedard, 3-for-4. Lauren Stanley and Amanda McMahon each had two hits.

Ticonderoga 11, PHS 5

Ticonderoga 000 027 2 — 11 18 3

Plattsburgh High 101 102 0 — 5 16 3

McKee, Hamel (6) and Palandrini. J. Bedard, Stanley (6) and Neale. WP- McKee. LP- Bedard. HRs- McKee (Ti), Neale (PHS). 2b- Granger (Ti), Palandrini (Ti), Dorsett (Ti), Trombley (PHS).

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Peru 10     No. Adirondack 5

PERU — Freshman Brittany Miner clubbed a pair of solo homers and Linzee Wright added a two-run shot to lead the Indians to victory.

Miner went 3-for-3 while Nicole Breton drove in two runs with three hits. Winning pitcher Kelly Neenan and Brianna Padron each had two hits.

Magan Magee went 4-for-5 for NAC with Jillian Scott chipping in with a two-run single.

Peru 10, NAC 5

No. Adirondack 310 001 0 — 5 8 3

Peru 401 320 x — 10 14 1

Boulerice and Durnin. Neenan and Miner. WP- Neenan. LP- Boulerice. HRs- Miner (P), 2. Wright (P).

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AUSABLE VALLEY 16, NCCS 11

CHAMPLAIN — Miranda Scheffer and Kendra Niemann cracked two home runs apiece as the Patriots defeated the Cougars.

Scheffer went 4-for-5, while Niemann added a 3-for-5 performance. Logan Snow chipped in with two hits, with Madison Rondeau finishing with a double.

Rondeau struck out 10 in capturing the win on the mound.

Emily Boyer, Katie Matott, Madalyn Tucker and Stephanie LaValley each had two hits for Northeastern Clinton. Boyer and Paige Dominic both had a double.

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