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Seton Catholic-s Liz Lawrence swings at an offering from Peru pitcher Sacha LaBounty during Thursday-s Champlain Valley Athletic Conference girls- softball game. The Indians won 11-7. See roundup, Page B4. Bonus photos available at midday at www.pressrepublican.com

TICONDEROGA -- Laura Olcott was on her game Thursday afternoon in pitching Ticonderoga to a 7-0 victory over Saranac in Champlain Valley Athletic Conference girls' softball.

Olcott struck out 15, walked three and allowed only a fourth-inning single to Sami Stoughton in tossing a one-hitter.

Casondra Collins led the offensive attack for the Sentinels (10-2, 3-0) with a three-for-three performance that included a double.

Cheryl Meserve contributed a home run and two RBI for Ticonderoga.

The Sentinels took the lead for good with three runs in the first inning.

Tiffany Reyell struck out three and allowed eight hits in going the distance for the setback.

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Ticonderoga 7, Saranac 0

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Reyell and Myers. Olcott and Vilardo. WP- Olcott. LP- Reyell. 2B- Collins (Ti). HR- Meserve (Ti).

Moriah 2,

Plattsburgh 1

PORT HENRY -- Megan Munson scored what proved to be the game-winning run in the fifth inning to lead the Vikings over the Hornets.

Moriah (1-2, 3-3) held a 1-0 lead in the fifth when Kearstin Petro and Munson led off the inning with singles. After Petro was thrown out at third, Ryan Wykes delivered a sharply hit ball in the infield which scored Munson.

The run would prove costly as Plattsburgh was able to score in the top of the sixth, but couldn't plate another the rest of the contest.

Munson and Kaylee Sprague each had a pair of hits to lead the Vikings. Sprague struck out four and walked two to pick up the win.

Jordon Bond had a triple for Plattsburgh while Hannah Emery finished with a pair of hits.

Jen Menard suffered the loss on the mound, striking out six and walking zero.

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Moriah 2, Plattsburgh 1

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Menard and Rebideau. Sprague and Waldron. WP- Sprague. LP- Menard. 3B- Bond (PHS).

Beekmantown 6,

AuSable Valley 2

AUSABLE FORKS -- The Eagles rallied for five runs over the final three innings to defeat the Patriots.

Kayleigh McGovern struck out four and walked one to pick up the victory on the mound for Beekmantown.

Morgan Kowalowski smacked a double for the Eagels while Rian Jock and McGovern each had two hits. Jock and Kassandra Costin both had an RBI.

Nikki LaBarge led the way for AuSable Valley (3-2, 1-2) with a pair of hits and an RBI.

Whitney Vincent suffered the loss with four strikeouts and two walks.

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Beekmantown 6, AuSable Valley 2

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McGovern and Bouyea. Vincent and Taylor. WP- McGovern. LP- Vincent. 2B- Kowalowski (Beek).

Peru 11,

Seton Catholic 7

PLATTSBURGH -- The Indians, down to their last out, rallied for seven runs in the top of the seventh inning to overtake the Knights.

Lindsay Duquette's base hit drove in the tying and winning runs for Peru.

Duquette led the Indians with three hits, while Morgan Flynn added a triple and single and winning pitcher Sacha LaBounty, two hits.

LaBounty struck out six and did not walk anyone. Losing pitcher Hannah Menard whiffed six and walked one.

Gretchen Raville paced the Knights with two hits and Liz Lawrence added a home run. Seton Catholic held a 7-2 lead through four innings.

"We made a couple of youthful mistakes in the seventh inning," said Seton Catholic head coach Sam Campbell. "But, we're showing a great deal of progress."

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Peru 11, Seton Catholic 7

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LaBounty and Ewald. Menard and Relation, Emery (6). WP- LaBounty. LP- Menard. 3B- Flynn (P). HR- Lawrence (SC).

NCCS 16, NAC 1

ELLENBURG -- Jaylane Rabideau, who struck out four in the first three innings, and winning pitcher Chelsea Barcomb combined on a four-hitter in Northeastern Clinton's victory.

Megan Bechard led the Cougars with three hits, while Danielle Tierney drove in four runs and Rachel Coryea added a triple.

NCCS took advantage of 16 Northern Adirondack walks and four errors to pull away.

Losing pitcher Kristen Brunell rapped a double for the Bobcats and Kelsey Tourville drove in the lone run for NAC.

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NCCS 16, NAC 1

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Rabideau, Barcomb (4) and Hartigan. K. Brunell, J. Brunell (5), Trudo (6) and Trudo, Tourville (6). WP- Barcomb. LP- K. Brunell. 2B- K. Brunell (NAC). 3B- R. Coryea (NCCS).

Saranac Lake 13

Lake Placid 6

LAKE PLACID -- The Red Storm got out hit 10-5, but were able to take advantage of their chances as they knocked off the Blue Bombers.

Ashley Isabella led the way for Saranac Lake with a 2-for-4 afternoon.

Alissa Beideck captured the victory on the mound.

Kindsely Dodson and Casey Fish each had two hits for Lake Placid.

Jessica Preston suffered the loss.

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Saranac Lake 13, Lake Placid 6

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Beideck and Bullard. Preston, Blair (6), Preston (7) and Riley. WP- Beideck. LP- Preston.

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