AuSable Valley 4
PLATTSBURGH - The Patriots raced out to an early 4-1 lead, but couldn't hold on as they fell to the Hornets in CVAC baseball April 29.
Jared Murphy held AuSable Valley scoreless after the second inning as Plattsburgh took advantage of some big hits in the fourth.
Losing pitcher Eric Rock had seven strikeouts in seven innings for the Patriots.
Keene 14, Willsboro 9
WESTPORT - A pair of two-run homers by Dylan Boyle and Sam Earl powered the Beavers past Willsboro in MVAC baseball April 29.
Earl went 4-for-5 with three RBIs for Keene while Boyle, Cody Whitney, James Bell, and Luke Andrews all had two hits. Sean Davis and Michael Tyler had four hits and three hits, respectively, for Westport.
Earl logged the win on the mound for the Beavers while Kevin Russell picked up the loss as one of five pitchers for Westport.
CHAZY - The Eagles raced out to a 5-0 lead, and cruised for a win over Elizabethtown-Lewis in MVAC baseball April 29.
Tim LaRock led a solid day of batting for the Lions with two doubles, but it was not enough to match the 17 hits amassed by Chazy. Andy Mitchell, Mike Gowdy, and Josh Pierce each added two hits during the game.
Mitchell suffered the loss for ELCS, giving up 9 runs in the first three innings.
Schroon Lake 10, Willsboro 6
WILLSBORO - Six singles were all the hits the Warriors could muster as Schroon Lake piled on the runs in MVAC baseball April 29.
Matt Savarie pounded four hits against losing pitcher Lucas Strong, including a double and a home run. Ethan Tyrell also had a homer for the Wildcats, who scored in every inning but the fourth.
Keene 4, Chazy 3
KEENE VALLEY - Luke Andrews held fast on the mound as Keene squeaked past the Eagles in MVAC baseball May 1.
Chris Vliege struck out 10 on the mound for Chazy, but the Beavers made the most of their hits, scoring two runs each in the first and fifth innings. Andrews and Sam Earl had key RBIs for Keene.
Earl also added a triple and James Bell chipped in two hits.
Bolton 14, Willsboro 4
WILLSBORO - The Eagles overshadowed Willsboro at the plate in MVAC baseball May 1.
Kyle and Brian Vilmar combined to drive in five runs while Casey Russ and Tyler Calzada each added two hits in a 14-hit effort for Bolton.
Starting pitcher Jordan Blanchard suffered the loss for the Warriors.
AuSable Valley 14, Lake Placid 0
AU SABLE FORKS - Zach Clodgo's no-hitter was enough to allow the Patriots to cruise past Lake Placid in CVAC baseball May 4. Clodgo made the most of his first pitching start with 11 strikeouts and one walk. He also added three hits to help his cause. Jordan Bezio had three hits while T.J. Burl, Ricky Lee, and Eric Rock all added two hits for the AuSable Valley.
NORTH CREEK - The Jaguars won the battle of the bats to turn back Westport in MVAC baseball May 4.
A.J. Hyde, Dalton Ordway, and Nick McCarroll each had a home run as Johnsburg amassed 12 hits against a rotation of three Westport pitchers.
Westport also had 12 hits, including a two-run homer from Nick Robare and doubles from Kevin Russell and Michael Tyler. Colin MacIver was charged with the loss.
Willsboro 3, Elizabethtown-Lewis 2
WILLSBORO - The Warriors picked up a run in the sixth to edge Elizabethtown-Lewis in MVAC baseball May 4.
Lucas Strong went the distance for Willsboro, giving up seven hits while striking out six. A one-error game kept the Lions' scoring to a minimum.
Evan Drew and Ben Goff had E'town's two RBI.
Indian/Long Lake 18, Keene 2
INDIAN LAKE - The Orange hounded Keene with both offense and defense in MVAC baseball May 4.
Jeff Reynolds and Alex Smith combined for two home runs, three triples, and eight RBI for the Lakes. Smith also got it done on the mound with eight strikeouts and no walks in five innings.
Sam Earl, Sam Guerin, and Andrew Murphy had the Beavers' only hits.
Schroon Lake 9, Willsboro 8
SCHROON LAKE - A last-inning rally fell short for the Warriors as they fell to Schroon Lake in MVAC softball April 29.
Stephanie Burrows led the way for Willsboro with three hits, including a triple, but the Wildcats came from behind to put the game just out of reach.
Ashtin Gero, Becca Armstrong, and Ashley Witty all had key hits as Schroon Lake jumped out to a 9-6 lead with six runs in the sixth. Cather Mindy Witty then caught a runner trying to steal second to put a stop to the Warriors' two-run rally in the seventh.
Marion James took the loss on the mound for Willsboro.
Elizabethtown-Lewis 11, Chazy 1
CHAZY - Andrea LeVien went the distance, allowing just two hits against Chazy in MVAC softball April 29.
LeVien, Kristen Jacques, and Alyssa Sullivan all had two hits as the Lions took advantage of five errors and 13 walks.
Molly Wagner added an RBI triple, and Riley Diemand had a double for ELCS.
Keene 23, Westport 16
WESTPORT - The Beavers trailed through the fourth inning, but poured on the runs to beat Westport in MVAC softball April 29.
Westport went into the second inning ahead 9-4, but Emma Nye got on the mound and held the Eagles scoreless for the next four innings.
Meanwhile, Nye went on to collect three of the Beavers' 10 hits for the game as they climbed back into the lead. Seven runs in the seventh gave Keene a commanding lead.
Plattsburgh 5, AuSable Valley 4
CLINTONVILLE - Plattsburgh came out on top in a defensive battle with the Patriots in CVAC softball April 30.
Down 4-1 in the bottom of the fifth, Brooke Pray drove in three runs with a triple to tie, one of only four AuSable Valley hits.
Winning pitcher Kristen Fisher went into extra innings, dueling with Patriots hurler Whitney Vincent. Hits by Dana Curle and Ashley Rabideau were enough to solidify a ninth-inning lead for the Hornets.
Keene 8, Chazy 3
KEENE VALLEY - Emma Nye allowed just two hits and two walks as Keene held off Chazy in MVAC softball May 1.
Nye added a solo home run and a single, and Summer Reed also had two hits.
Emily Keable took the loss on the mound for Chazy.
Willsboro 16, Bolton 1
WILLSBORO - The Warriors dominated the plate as they sailed to an easy win over Bolton in MVAC softball May 1
Jade Sayward belted a home run for Willsboro, and Stevie Burrows, Codia Holland, and Anna Daly each had two hits.
Bolton's only run came on a solo homer from Marie DeLorenzo in the top of the seventh inning.
Johnsburg 24, Westport 4
NORTH CREEK - Westport could not stifle the Jaguars' hitting as Johnsburg cruised to an easy victory in MVAC girls softball May 4.
Four players all had at least three hits for Johnsburg as they accumulated 18 hits in six innings. Meanwhile, Corrina Greene fanned 12 Eagles, allowing just six hits.
Shanzy Carter-Martinez suffered the loss in the start for Westport.
Keene 10, Indian/Long Lake 5
INDIAN LAKE - The Orange out-hit Keene, but still fell short in MVAC softball May 4.
Amanda Boyle was awarded the win and Emma Nye held Indian Lake/Long Lake scoreless in the final three innings for the save, adding an RBI double for the Beavers.
Eight errors proved costly for the Orange.
Willsboro 10, Elizabethtown-Lewis 9
WILLSBORO - Willsboro nearly had a 8-0 lead erased before upending the Lions in MVAC softball May 4.
Codia Holland got the win on the mound and scored the winning run in the bottom of the seventh after Elizabethtown scored four runs in the top of the inning to tie.
Riley Diemand was charged with the loss in relief.