Crown Point 8, ELCS 4
Crown Point topped Elizabethtown-Lewis, 8-4, in a battle of Mountain and Valley Athletic Conference softball undefeateds May 9.
Crown Point entered the contest ranked 10th among Class Dteams in the state. ELCS was ranked 14th.
The teams battled to a 2-2 deadlock through eight innings. In the ninth Crown Point got back-to-back bunt singles by Amanda Wolf and Taylor Booth. ELCS then fell apart, committing five errors in the frame. Those miscues combined with Chelsea DuShane's RBIhit to plate six runs for the Panthers.
ELCS got two runs in the home ninth, but when the dust cleared Crown Point was still undefeated and in command of the MVACrace.
Wolf, Alexandra Mace and Lindsay Brace each had two hits for the Panthers.
Brace hurled a complete game for Crown Point, fanning 17 batters and allowing three hits.
Plattsburgh 8, Ticonderoga 3
Ticonderoga lost to Plattsburgh, 8-3, in Champlain Valley Athletic Conference softball play May 9.
Kristin Fisher pitched and hit the Hornets to victory. She fanned six in notching the mound win and had two hits and two runs batted in at the dish.
Jordan McKee had two hits for Ticonderoga.
Beekmantown 20, Moriah 3
Beekmantown scored in every inning as it beat Moriah, 20-3, in Champlain Valley Athletic Conference softball play May 9. Kendra LaFountain and Danielle Schwartz each had three RBI for the Eagles.Emily Cutting had two hits and Hailey Chapuk drove home two runs for Moriah.
Crown Point 10,
Chelsea DuShane dominated Minerva-Newcomb, firing a no-hitter and striking out 19 of 21 batters, as Crown Point posted a 10-0 win in Mountain and Valley Athletic Conference softball action May 10.
A one point DuShane struck out 16 straight hitters as the Panthers remained undefeated and handled Minerva-Newcomb its first loss of the season.
DuShane also starred at the plate, lashing four hits. Brittney Foote added two hits and Amanda Wolf belted a home run.
Peru 14, Ticonderoga 13
Peru edged Ticonderoga, 14-13, in Champlain Valley Athletic Conference softball play May 10.
Tied at 12-12, Breanna Martineau drove in two runs in the ninth inning to give the Indians the win.
Andrea Rich had four hits for Ti.
NCCS 9, Moriah 8
Northeastern Clinton came from behind to edge Moriah, 9-8, in Champlain Valley Athletic Conference softball play May 11.
Trailing 8-5, the Cougars rallied behind Bianca Grimshaw, who had three hits.
Hayley Waldron, Corinne Slycord and Samantha Wright each had extra base hits for Moriah.
Saranac 10, Ticonderoga 1
Saranac topped Ticonderoga, 10-1, in Champlain Valley Athletic Conference softball play May 11.
Kourtnie Campbell fired a four-hitter for the Chiefs.
Melissa Pockett had a home for Ti.
Willsboro 10, Schroon 8
Willsboro rallied to down Schroon Lake, 10-8, in Mountain and Valley Athletic Conference softball action May 11.
Trailing 8-4, the Warriors struck for six runs in the sixth inning for the win. Willsboro won and scored 10 runs despite getting just three hits.
Ashley Subra had two hits and two RBI for Schroon Lake.
Ticonderoga 17, NAC1
Ticonderoga routed Northern Adirondack, 17-1, in Champlain Valley Athletic Conference softball play May 12.
Andrea Rich had four hits for the Sentinels, who scored eight times in the first inning and never looked back.
Jessica Blodgett and Megan Campney each had three hits for the winners.
Kylie Austin and Jordon McKee combined to hurls a three-hitter for Ti.
Crown Point 11, Indian/Long Lake 2
Crown Point topped Indian/Long Lake, 11-2, in Mountain and Valley Athletic Conference softball action May 12.
Lindsay Brace had three hits and three RBI for the Panthers. Alex Macey and Hailey White each had two hits and three runs batted in for the winners.
Ticonderoga 16, Moriah 0
Ticonderoga 22, Moriah 5
Ticonderoga swept a doubleheader from rival Moriah in Champlain Valley Athletic Conference softball play May 13.
The Sentinels won the opener, 16-0, as Jessica Blodgett and winning hurler Jordan McKee each had two hits.
Ti won the nightcap, 22-5, as Andrea Rich had two hits and Kylie Austin scattered three hits for the mound victory.
Crown Point 11, Keene 3
Crown Point exploded in extra innings to beat Keene, 11-3, in Mountain and Valley Athletic Conference softball action May 14.
Keene scored three runs in the bottom of the seventh to force extra innings.
The Panthers then broke free for eight runs in the ninth for the win. Alexandra Macey had the key blow, a tw-run homer.