Patriots pitcher Sawyer Taro gave up a first inning single and Indians Pitcher Will Flynn gave up a pair of hits in the seventh.
Other than that, it was a combined no-hitter in between.
However, it was Flynn and company that would pull out the 2-1 win over the Patriots May 6.
Justus Ruff scored both runs for the Indians after being walked in the first and sixth innings.
T.J Burl and Kyle Miller hit back-to-back singles in the seventh inning for the Patriots, with Miller driving in Austin House for their lone run.
Flynn finished with 17 strikeouts and the lone hit in the game for the Indians, an RBI double.
Keene/Westport 10, ELCS 1
Sam Earl struck out the first five batters he faced for the Beagles, and most of the other Lions batters did not fare better as Earl tossed a no-hitter to earn a win May 2.
Earl walked three and struck out 18 in the win. Ethan Markwica had the lone extra-base hit for the Beagles, a double in the fifth inning that was the first hit in the game. Alex Frum had the games only other hit.
Tim LaRock, Austin Morris and Andrew Mitchell each pitched for the Lions, who scored on a sacrifice fly.
NAC 4, Saranac Lake 3
Kyle Patnode scored the winning run on a walk-off error in the bottom of the seventh as the Bobcats edged past the Red Storm May 2.
Troy Labombard went 3-for-3 at the plate with a double and one run batted in for the Bobcats, while Nick Gero recorded the win in relief of Josh Powers.
Tyler O'Neil collected both hits for the Red Storm, including a double. Brian Fortune struck out 10 over the first five innings, while Jon McCabe took the tough loss on the mound.
Peru 5, Lake Placid 3
Justus Ruff did it on the mound and with the bat for the Indians, collecting three hits and earning the win in relief against the Blue Bombers May 2.
Nick Demarais started for the Indians, and Will Flynn picked up the save in relief. The trio combined for 14 strikeouts.
Jared McLean had two hits for the Indians, including a double.
Chris Orsi struck out six batters in seven innings in the loss, allowing six hits. Orsi, Ryan Meyer, Daryl Brier and Mario Gonzalez each had a hit for the Blue Bombers.
NCCS 15, AVCS 0
Matt Letourneau collected three hits, including a double, while driving in four runs as the Cougars blanked the Patriots May 2.
Logan Miller added a triple as part of a three-hit performance, while Steven Carder added a triple and Jamie Davison collected a double and a single.
Liam McDonough pitched a solid six innings for the Cougars, with Carder finishing out the game.
Austin House collected three hits, including a double, for the Patriots, while T.J. Burl added two hits and Kodie Simpson, Dave Warner and Shane Douglas saw time on the mound.
Westport 10, Johnsburg 8
Kevin Russell may have set a New York State record against the Jaguars, striking out more batters than outs in a regulation seven-inning high school game.
Russell, in picking up his second win of the season, struck out 22 Johnsburg batters. There are 21 outs in a seven-inning game. As part of the performance, Russell may have also set a record when he struck out five batters in one three-out inning.
Sam Earl, who had struck out 18 in a no-hit effort the game before, had a double and triple for the Beagles offense. Max VanWie added a triple and Cooper Sayward hit a double in the win.
Schroon Lake 11, ELCS 0
Jeffery Armstrong and Anthony Vanderwalker combined on a no-hitter as the Wildcats beat the Lions May 6.
Chazy 3 Willsboro 2
The Eagles played more cardiac-stopping baseball May 6, scoring twice in their last at-bats to turn a 2-1 deficit into a 3-2 walk-off win against the Warriors.
Kyle McCarthy tied the game for the Eagles in the bottom of the seventh on a throwing error, while Nathan Reynolds scored the game-winning run, also on an error.
McCarthy, Reynolds and Craig Botten had the lone hits for the Eagles, while John Pollock drove in both of Willsboro's runs with a double in the fourth inning.
Kyle Bisonette worked out of trouble in the top of the seventh to earn the win in relief of Reynolds, while Patrick Wells had three of the Warriors six hits.
Plattsburgh 13 Lake Placid 6
CJ Worley homered for the Hornets as they beat the Blue Bombers May 6.
Eric Philips drove in a pair of runs, while Joe Tolosky and Mitch Kilkeary each had doubles.
Donald Herzog had three runs batted in on two hits for the Blue Bombers.
Saranac Lake 7, Lake Placid 4
Jon McCabe and Dalton DeMarco drove in five of the seven Red Storm runs in beating the Blue Bombers May 7.
McCabe connected for three runs batted in and a double while DeMarco added two steaks on two hits.
Matt Phelan struck out six and allowed one earned in six innings for the win, while Brad Pareira earned a save in the seventh.
Chris Orsi had two hits while Ryan Meyer had one hit and scored twice for the Blue Bombers.
PHS 16, AVCS 4
Will Love allowed only two hits and fanned seven batters while collecting two hits at he plate, scoring four times, to lead the Hornets past the Patriots May 9.
C.J. Worley and Brian Latulipe each drove in four runs. Worley had a double and triple.
John Sikandar and T.J. Burl had the two hits for the Patriots, both singles.
Chazy 13, Keene/Westport 2
Kyle Bissonette scattered seven hits and two unearned runs over a full seven innings pitched to get the Eagles past the Beagles May 9.
Bissonette also had two hits at the plate, along with Kaleb Snide and Michael Ryba added two each. Ricky Osier hit a triple and Austin Santor recorded a double.
Dave Quaglietta had two hits for the Beagles.
Crown Point 21, ELCS 2
The Lions were able to get into the hit column May 9, but were unable to get past the MVAC power Panthers.
Andrew Mitchell connected for a single and double for the Lions.