Press-Republican

May 14, 2013

Ti defeats PHS with 7-run seventh


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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.

Jennifer Favro took the loss in relief for the Cougars. Favro and LaValley combined for seven strikeouts.

AuSable Valley 16, NCCS 11

AuSable 220 0(10)2 0 — 16 14 2

NCCS 321 030 2 — 11 11 1

Rondeau and Niemann. LaValley, Favro (5) and Tucker. WP- Rondeau. LP- Favro. 2B- Rondeau (AVC), Boyer (NCCS), Dominic (NCCS). HR- Sheffer (AVC) 2, Niemann (AVC) 2.

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BEEKMANTOWN 17, MORIAH 16

BEEKMANTOWN — The Eagles and Vikings pounded out a combined 44 hits Monday, but it was Beekmantown that came away with its first victory of the season.

Erin Downey led the charge with a 3-for-4 performance that included two doubles for the Eagles. Emily Raville chipped in with a 2-for-3 afternoon.

Victoria Marsh picked up the victory on the mound for Beekmantown.

Lauren Brace led the charge for Moriah with a 3-for-5 day, which included a home run and a double. Taylor Sprague and Madison Stahl each finished 3-for-5. Sprague had two doubles, while Stahl and Caitlin Pelkey each had two.

Sprague took the loss for the Vikings.

Beekmantown 17, Moriah 16

Moriah 086 000 2 — 16 26 4

Beekmantown 693 130 x — 17 18 3

Sprague and MacDougal. Marsh and Harris-Relation. WP- Marsh. LP- Sprague. 2B- Sprague (Mor) 2, Brace (Mor), Stahl (Mor) 2, Pelkey (Mor), Downey (Beek) 2. HR- Brace (Mor).

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LAKE PLACID 11, SARANAC 10

LAKE PLACID — Hanna Potter’s double capped a three-run seventh inning in the Blue Bombers’ come-from-behind nonleague victory over the Chiefs.

Trailing 10-8 in the seventh, Serina Hayes led off the inning with a single. Lizzie Bimonte followed with a single and Kelsey Taylor singled to drive in Hayes.

Down 10-9, Potter delivered the game-winning two-run double.

Potter finished 2-for-4 in the game, while Hayes was 3-for-4. Hayes captured the win in relief.

Kourtnie Campbell led the way for Saranac with a 3-for-3 performance. Tori Trim and Brette Campbell each delivered a double.

Trim took the loss for the Chiefs.

Lake Placid 11, Saranac 10

Saranac  020 260 0 — 10 6 3

Lake Placid 200 600 3 — 11 10 3

K. Campbell, Trim (4) and B. Campbell. Reid, Hayes (5) and Taylor. WP- Hayes. LP- Trim. 2B- B. Campbell (Sar), Trim (Sar), Potter (LP).

MVAC

CROWN POINT 15, CHAZY 4

CROWN POINT — Alex Macey and Hunter Spaulding both cracked home runs to help the Panthers wrap up the North Division in MVAC softball in their win over the Eagles.

Macey captured the win on the mound and combined with Maria Malone for 12 strikeouts. Macey had a two-run homer, a double and three RBI. Spaulding had two hits, 3 RBI and had a three-run home run, the first of her career.

Morgan Macey finished 2-for-3, while Malone and Brittany Foote each had a double.

Brianna Rotella paced Chazy with two hits. Paige Barcomb took the loss on the mound.

Crown Point 15, Chazy 4

Chazy 000 003 1 — 4 6 7

Crown Point 301 533 x — 15 11 4

Barcomb and Thomas. A. Macey, Malone (6) and Booth. WP- A. Macey. LP- Barcomb. 2B- A. Macey (CP), Foote (CP), Malone (CP). HR- A. Macey (CP), Spaulding (CP).

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Min/Newcomb 11, Ind/Long Lake 3

INDIAN LAKE — Minerva/Newcomb scored seven runs on seven hits in the seventh inning to break open a close contest. Mary Labar’s RBI triple was the key hit in the uprising.

The Mountaineers captured the MVAC Southern Division.

Ashley Miller went 3-for-4 while Makenzie Winslow and Gabby McNally both 2-for-4 for the winners. Winslow also scored three times.

Meg Smith had two hits for the Orange with Maddie Miller and Emma Gray delivering triples.

Winning pitcher Shelby Hogan struck out eight.

Min-Newcomb 11, Ind/Long Lake 3

Min-Newcomb 202 000 7 — 11 14 1

Ind/Long Lake 210 000 0 — 3 8 3 

Hogan and Winslow. WP- Hogan. LP- Gray. 3b- Labar (MN), Miller (ILL). 2b- Hogan (MN).

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SCHROON LAKE 24, E’TOWN-LEWIS 11

SCHROON LAKE — Katie Botterbush, in her first career varsity start, struck out eight batters to lead the Wildcats over the Lions.

Botterbush helped her cause from the plate as well, belting out three hits and knocking in three runs. Miranda DeZalia chipped in with a double and two RBI.

Cheyenne Sousis led Elizabethtown-Lewis with two hits, including a triple and an RBI. Tamara Wescott added a triple.

Chontel St. Denis took the loss for the Lions.

Schroon Lake 24, E’town-Lewis 11

E’town-Lewis 025 220 — 11 4 3

Schroon Lake 582 45x — 24 7 5

St. Denis, Barnes (3) and Disogra. Botterbush and A. Wisser. WP- Botterbush. LP- St. Denis. 2B- M. DeZalia (SL). 3B- Sousis (E-L), Wescott (E-L).

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Willsboro 14, Westport 9

WESTPORT — The visiting Warriors capitalized on 14 bases on balls and four hit-batsmen to overcome Westport’s 12-6 advantage at the plate.

Willsboro scored seven runs in the fourth with the help of four walks, two hit-batsmen and two errors. Renee Marcotte went 3-for-6 with a triple and a double for the Warriors.

Sarah Looby and Megan Sudduth each had two hits for Westport while Ashley Quaglietta and Hannah Looby contributed key hits in a five-run sixth.

Willsboro 14, Westport 9

Willsboro 102 722 0 — 14 6 2

Westport 101 115 0 — 9 12 3

Sloper and Bart. Russell, Schwoebel (4), Kurth (4) and Looby. WP- Sloper. LP- Russell. 3b- Marcotte (Wi). 2b- Marcotte (Wi).