May 11, 2013

Saranac's Kourtnie Campbell no-hits Eagles

BEEKMANTOWN — Kourtnie Campbell was dominant the whole game, throwing a no-hitter as Saranac defeated Beekmantown 16-0 in Champlain Valley Athletic Conference softball Friday.

Campbell threw the entire game for the Chiefs, going six strong innings, and had 11 strikeouts while walking just one batter. She was helped out by her teammates Ashley Terry and Sam Aierle, who both went 2-for-5 in the game.

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Saranac jumped out to a 5-0 lead in the first inning.

Victoria Marsh started for Beekmantown and was relieved in the sixth inning by Katie Bucellato.

Saranac 16, Beekmantown 0

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K. Campbell and B. Campbell. Marsh, Buccelato (6) and Chauvin. WP- K. Campbell LP- Marsh.


AuSable Valley 7, Moriah 6

AUSABLE FORKS — Madison Rondeau fired 12 strikeouts as the Patriots battled back from a five-run deficit in the second inning.

“We made some mistakes early on, and they took advantage,” AuSable Valley coach Marty Snow said. “Moriah hit the ball well and played good defense, but we were able to settle down and generate some offense.”

Tiffany Evens and Miranda Sheffer paced the Patriots with two hits each.

“I was pleased with everyone,” Snow said. “We made a few mistakes, but so did they. I’m just glad were able to come away with a win.”

Taylor Sprague led the Vikings with two doubles in the loss.

AuSable Valley 7, Moriah 6

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Sprague and Brace. Rondeau and Niemann. WP- Rondeau. LP- Sprague. 2B- French (M), Sprague (M) 2, Sikandar (A), Snow (A).


Plattsburgh High 12, Northeastern Clinton 10

CHAMPLAIN — Rachel Bedard and Amanda McMahon combined to go 7-for-8 at the plate, helping the Hornets to a two-run victory.

“Neither pitcher pitched terrible; it came down to whose defense was going to come up with the ball,” Cougars coach Carrie McComb said. “Both teams were able to time each other very well. We tied it in the third, and they came right back. We might have waited an inning too long to comeback.”

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