Press-Republican

May 16, 2013

Flynn hits game-winner for Peru


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PLATTSBURGH — Maddy Flynn and Kara Barber delivered the key hits in the top of the eighth inning Wednesday to break a scoreless tie and give Peru a 3-0 victory over Plattsburgh High in Champlain Valley Athletic Conference softball.

Winning pitcher Kelly Neenan and the Hornets’ Jamie Bedard both pitched shutout ball through seven innings.



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But in the eighth, after two were out, Flynn singled in the game-winning run and Barber then added a two-run double.

Neenan allowed five hits, struck out five and walked five. Bedard, meanwhile, surrendered six hits, struck out four and issued three walks.

“It was pretty exciting stuff,” Plattsburgh coach Neil Bowlen said. “It was definitely a tough game to lose.

“It was a well-pitched game by both teams and there were no errors by either side. It was a classic.”

Linzee Wright accounted for a double and single, while Nicole Breton added two singles for Peru.

Rachel Bedard paced Plattsburgh with two singles, while Madison Trombley, Cieara Duquette and Madison Bushey each added a single.

Peru 3, Plattsburgh 0 (8)

Peru 000 000 03 — 3 6 0

Plattsburgh 000 000 00 — 0 5 0

Neenan and Bombard. J. Bedard and Neale. WP- Neenan. LP- J. Bedard. 2B- Barber (P), Wright (P).

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MORIAH 17, NORTHERN ADIRONDACK 10

ELLENBURG — Lauren Brace belted out five hits, including a double, as the Vikings captured their first victory of the season with a win over the Bobcats.

Madison Stahl chipped in with three hits, while Shelby MacDougal finished with two hits. Winning pitcher Taylor Sprague added two hits, with a double.

Amanda Campbell paced Northern Adirondack with a home run. Jillian Scott tallied three hits, while Darbi Rabideu and Taylor Durnin each had two hits.

Alexis Boulerice took the loss for the Bobcats.

Moriah 17, NAC 10

Moriah 361 061 0 — 17 14 1

NAC 111 121 3 — 10 12 8

Sprague and Brace. Boulerice, Manor (3), Scott (5) and Durnin. WP- Sprague. LP- Boulerice. 2B- Brace (Mor), Sprague (Mor). HR- Campbell (NAC).

MVAC

Johnsburg 5, Indian Lake/Long Lake 4

INDIAN LAKE — Valeri Gereau and Emily Ellsworth combined to drive in four runs in the fifth inning to help the Jaguars slip past the Orange.

Johnsburg led 1-0 after the second, and then Gereau hit a two-run home run and Ellsworth hit a two-run double in the fifth.

“We came back with three of our own, but we could never get over the hump,” Indian Lake/Long Lake coach Chip Farr said.

Maddie Miller tripled for the Orange, and Emma Gray doubled.

Johnsburg 5,Indian Lake/Long Lake 4

Johnsburg 010 040 0 — 5 7 3

IL/LL 000 031 x — 4 5 2

Ordway and Denno. Gray and Hamdan. WP- Ordway. LP- Gray. 2B- Ellsworth (J), Gray (ILLL). 3B- Miller (ILLL). HR- Gereau (J).

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WESTPORT 18, ELIZABETHTOWN-LEWIS 17

ELIZABETHTOWN — The Lions left the tying run on third base when the final out was recorded in the high-scoring game.

Brendee Russell and Megan Sudduth led the Eagles with three hits each, with Russell getting a double and three RBI and Sudduth two RBI. Felicia Kurth finished with a single, double and three RBI and Keragan Viens two singles. Ellie Schwoebel and Charlotte Staats each contributed a double.

For E’town-Lewis, Kylee Cassavaugh finished with two singles and a triple, Tamara Wescott a single, double and five RBI, Cheyenne Sousis a single and triple, and Emma Disogra a triple.

Lions’ second baseman Emily Morris made the defensive play of the game, snaring a line drive headed up the middle.

The two teams combined for 24 hits and 30 walks — 15 by each team.

Westport 18, Elizabethtown-Lewis 17

Westport 227 012 4 — 18 13 1

Elizabethtown 134 123 3 — 17 11 5

Russell, Schwoebel (3), Russell (6) and Sudduth. St. Denis and McGinn. WP- Schwoebel. LP- St. Denis. 2B- Russell (West), Kurth (West), Schwoebel (West), Staats (West), Wescott (E-L). 3B- Cassavaugh (E-L), Sousis (E-L), Disogra (E-L).

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CROWN POINT 22, SCHROON LAKE 6

SCHROON LAKE — The Panthers scored nine runs in the second inning to break things open against the Wildcats.

Schroon Lake had a decent game at the plate against Crown Point’s tough pitcher, Alex Macey, belting out 10 hits.

But, Macey struck out 13 batters on the way to the victory.

She was also hard to get out at the plate, belting a home run, two doubles and driving in five runs. Brittany Foote added three hits, including two triples and three RBI.

Kianna Fiore led the Wildcats with three hits. Molly Wisser, Dakota Gadway and Miranda DeZalia each added two hits. DeZalia and Brooke Wheeler added a double and two RBI.

Wisser suffered the loss for Schroon Lake.

Crown Point 22, Schroon Lake 6

Crown Point 590 102 5 — 22 12 2

Schroon Lake 110 102 1 — 6 10 5

A. Macey and Booth. M. Wisser, Botterbush (3), M. DeZalia (7) and James. WP- A. Macey. LP- M. Wisser. 2B- A. Macey (CP) 2, Wheeler (SL), M. DeZalia (SL). 3B- Foote (CP) 2. HR- A. Macey (CP).

NAC

CHATEAUGAY 19, SRF 0

CHATEAUGAY 6, SRF 5

CHATEAUGAY — Courtney Boyea struck out eight and allowed just one hit in the first game of the Bulldogs’ sweep of the Saints.

Abby Barnes, Katie Secore and Felicity Niles each had two hits in game one for Chateaugay. Barnes had a double, while Niles belted a triple.

The lone hit of the game off Boyea came in the fourth inning.

In game two, Niles, Barnes and Hannah Cook came through with two his apiece. Niles added her second triple of the game.

Rachel Young took the win for Chateaugay (8-4). She and Boyea combined to allow just two hits in the game. Boyea picked up the save.

Chateaugay 19, St Regis Falls 0

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Chateaugay 752 5x — 19 10 1

Greenwood, Stowell (2) and Rondeau. Boyea and D. Cook. WP- Boyea. LP- Greenwood. 2B- Barnes (Chat). 3B- Niles (Chat).

Chateaugay 6, St. Regis falls 5

Chateaugay 101 40 — 6 8 2

St. Regis Falls 101 12 — 5 2 5

Rachel Young, Boyea (5) and D. Cook. Stowell and Rondeau. WP- Young. LP- Stowell. Sv- Boyea. 3B- Niles (Chat).

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WILLSBORO 25, CHAZY 12

CHAZY — Kyli Swires accounted for four hits, including a home run and five RBI, to power the Warriors.

Alyson Arnold added four hits, including a double, while Renee Marcotte and Stefanie Blanchard each contributed three hits and winning pitcher Kelsey Sloper two.

Willsboro held a 5-2 lead when it scored 11 runs in the top of the fourth.

Michaela Cahoon led the Eagles with two singles and a double, while Taylor Laurin added a single and triple, Megan Reynolds two singles, Skyler Thomas a home run and Amber Polomsky a triple.

Willsboro 25, Chazy 12

Willsboro 230 (11)15 3 — 25 21 3

Chazy 101 3 25 0 — 12 11 6

Sloper and Blanchard. Barcomb, Cahoon (4), Pepper (5) and Thomas. WP- Sloper. LP- Barcomb. 2B- Arnold (Wills), Cahoon (C). 3B- Polomsky (C), Laurin (C). HR- Swires (Wills), Thomas (C).