PORT HENRY -- Pat Wallace wasn't overpowering, but kept the ball near the plate and let his defense take care of the rest.

Wallace struck out three, walked one and allowed just two hits as Moriah (1-3, 1-5) blanked Peru, 1-0, in Champlain Valley Athletic Conference baseball on Friday.

"His line wasn't outstanding, but he threw strikes," Vikings head coach Casey Nephew said. "And, we played solid defense behind him."

Wallace found himself in trouble during the third inning when Mat Turner smacked a triple to lead things off. The next batter was plunked with a pitch and stole second, leaving the Indians with runners on second and third with no outs.

Wallace, however, was able to work his way out of the jam unscathed.

Nick Popp led off the fourth inning with a single and subsequently stole second base. Wallace then helped his own cause with an RBI single, the only run of the game, down the right-field line.

Aaron Tenbuuren suffered the loss for Peru allowing just one run and striking out two. Nick Lamica pitched in relief and struck out six over the final three innings.

Popp led the way for the Vikings with a pair of hits while Caleb Armstrong ripped a double.

Nick Callioras had the lone other hit for the Indians.


Moriah 1, Peru 0

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Tenbuuren, Lamica (4) and Mackintosh. Wallace and Fernandez. WP- Wallace. LP- Tenbuuren. 2B- Armstrong (M). 3B- Turner (P).

Ti 7, Beekmantown 5 (8)

TICONDEROGA -- It was an uphill battle for the Sentinels all game.

Adam Pond's two-out, RBI single in the bottom of the eighth gave Ticonderoga its win.

Steve Burris reached on an error to open the inning and was bunted to second. Following a strikeout, Pond bounced a grounder over the head of the Beekmantown third baseman and Burris scored the game-winning run on a close play at the plate.

Nick Furnia rapped a two-run homer and Matt Lamora a three-run double in the top of the first to give the Eagles a 5-0 lead.

The Sentinels, however, countered in the bottom of the inning on Zach LaPointe's three-run homer.

Beekmantown held the lead until Ti scored a run in the fifth to tie it at 6.

LaPointe, who took over for starter Burris in the fifth, was the winning pitcher.

LaPointe rapped out three hits for the Sentinels, while Krys Ross and Pond added two each, with Ross driving in two runs.

Aaron Goldfarb paced the Eagles with three hits and D.J. Barber added two.


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Price, Lamora (4) and McCleary. Burris, LaPointe (5) and LaPointe, Carr (5). WP- LaPointe. LP- Lamora. 2B- Barber (Beek), Lamora (Beek). HR- Furnia (Beek), LaPointe (Ti).

NCCS 7, AuSable Valley 1

AUSABLE FORKS -- Chris Matott tossed a six-hitter to lead Northeastern Clinton to its win.

Matott struck out four and did not walk anyone in going the distance for the win.

The Cougars, leading 2-1 after five, broke it open with five runs in the sixth. Brett Bosley delivered a two-run single for a key hit in the inning.

Bosley finished with two hits, including a double and two runs scored.

Shortstop Cory Davison was a defensive standout for the Cougars.

Andrew Bombard and Josh Douglass led AuSable Valley with two hits. Losing pitcher Mike Plumadore's single drove in the Patriots' lone run.


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Matott and Bosley, Peper (7). Plumadore, Douglas (6) and Douglass. 2B- Bosley (NCCS).

Seton Catholic 8, Saranac Lake 4

PLATTSBURGH -- Kellen Loughan went the distance for the pitching win and hit his seventh homer of the season to power the Knights.

Loughan allowed six hits, struck out 10 and did not walk anyone.

Loughan, Evan Howley and Kent Fessette led Seton Catholic with two hits each, with Fessette and Pat Murnane each hitting triples and Matt Trombly, a double.

The Knights, trailing 3-2, took the lead for good with four runs in the bottom of the third.

Chris Mayville paced the Red Storm with two doubles, while Nick Fortune added two singles.


Seton Catholic 8, Saranac Lake 4

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Harvey, Fortune (3) and Rutledge. Loughan and Ketcham. WP- Loughan. LP- Harvey. 2B- Mayville (SL) 2, Trombly (SC), 3B- Fessette (SC), Murnane (SC). HR- Loughan (SC).

Saranac 9, Lake Placid 1

LAKE PLACID -- Geoff Kiroy struck out nine in a complete-game victory for the Chiefs over the Blue Bombers.

Kiroy had a pair of hits from the plate while Cody Wood connected on a double.

Dustin Frederick paced the Blue Bombers with a triple.


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Kiroy and Cross. Lamica and Kordzial. WP- Kiroy. LP- Lamica. 2B- C. Wood (S). 3B- Frederick (LP).

Plattsburgh 32, NAC 10

ELLENBURG -- Kenny Stay went 5-for-6, including a double and two triples, and scored four runs as the Hornets rolled past the Bobcats.

Gino Blando and Justin Mahan each went 3-for-3. Chris Goodell added a triple while Adam Tobrocke and Joey Reif each finished with a double.

Dylan Lashway paced Northern Adirondack with a 3-for-4 day while Pete Patterson and Tom Page each finished with two hits. Tyler Brassard and Page each had a double.


Plattsburgh 32, No. Adirondack 10

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Purdom, McCartney (5) and Hatch. Rowe, Brassard, Hicks. Brunell, Lashway, Page and Brunell, Smith. WP- Purdom. LP- Rowe. 2B- Tobrocke (PHS), Reif (PHS), Stay (PHS), Page (NAC), Brassard (NAC). 3B- Stay (PHS) 2, Goodell (PHS).


Seton Catholic 9,

Saranac Lake 5

SARANAC LAKE -- The Knights rallied for six runs in the sixth inning to knock off the Red Storm.

After recording two outs in the sixth, Saranac Lake committed an infield error which opened the flood gates for six runs on just one hit.

Kara Stark and Hannah Menard each delivered two hits to lead the way for Seton Catholic.

Menard picked up her first win of the season, striking out seven and walking two.

Melissa Mercado, taking over for starting pitcher Alissa Beideck, suffered the loss for the Red Storm. The two combined for five strikeouts and eight walks.

Beideck had three hits, including a pair of doubles, to lead Saranac Lake. Rachel Bullard chipped in with two hits and Glynis Jones belted a triple.


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Menard and Emery. Beideck, Mercado (6), Beideck (7) and Bullard, Isabella (6). WP- Menard. LP- Mercado. 2B- Beideck (SL) 2. 3B- Jones (SL).

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