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April 25, 2013

Polomsky's HR leads Chazy past Willsboro

WILLSBORO — Chazy scored nine runs in the top of the seventh inning Wednesday to outlast Willsboro, 33-25, in a high-scoring Mountain & Valley Athletic Conference girls’ softball game.

Amber Polomsky, Megan Reynolds and winning pitcher Paige Barcomb led Chazy with three hits each, with Polomsky getting a home run, Barcomb four RBI and Reynolds three RBI.



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Tori Wade paced Willsboro with three hits and a RBI, while Renee Marcotte added two hits and three RBI, Andrea Ohare two hits and two RBI, and Alyson Arnold a home run.

Chazy 33, Willsboro 25

Chazy 618 153 9 — 33 10

Willsboro 219 580 0 — 25 11

Barcomb, Cahoon (3), Barcomb (6) and Thomas. Swires, Marcotte (1), Swires (7) and Burt. WP- Barcomb. LP- Marcotte. HR- Polomsky (C), Arnold (Wills).

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E’TOWN-LEWIS 17, WESTPORT 11

WESTPORT — Jasmin Barnes went 2-for-4 with a double as the Lions held off the Eagles.

Elizabethtown-Lewis took advantage of an eight walk second inning to score nine runs on just one hit.

Felicia Kurth took over on the mound in the third inning and limited the Lions to just six runs the rest of the way.

Chontel St. Denis captured the pitching victory for Elizabethtown-Lewis. Ellie Schwoebel took the loss for Westport.

Sarah Looby led the charge offensively for the Eagles with a 3-for-4 performance. Hannah Looby captured her first career varsity hit in the game, and finished with a 3-for-3 afternoon.

E’town-Lewis 17,Westport 11

E’town-Lewis 290 410 1 — 17 7 2

Westport 001 035 2 — 11 13 6

St. Denis and McGinn. Schwoebel, Kurth (3) and Russell, S. Looby (3). WP- St. Denis. LP- Schwoebel. 2B- Barnes (E-L).

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MINVERA/NEWCOMB 22, WELLS 3

OLMSTEDVILLE — Angela McCall accounted for four hits, while Mary Labar went three-for-three, including a double and four RBI, to lead the unbeaten Mountaineers (5-0).

Gabby McNally added a double, single and three RBI, and Ashley Miller two doubles for Minerva/Newcomb, which had 15 hits in all.

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