Chelsea Lafountain connected on the walk-off hit in the first game, and added two more runs batted in the second game as the Lady Red Storm swept past the Lady Chiefs, winning game one 3-2 and game two 7-4, May 10.
Megan Moody had three hits tallied three hits in the opener for the Red Storm, while Jordy McDougall drove in one run and recorded the win on the mound.
In game two, Nicole Viscardo struck out three in four innings of relief to earn the win, while adding a double, two singles and driving in two at the plate.
Olivia Furnia had a double in each end of the twin-bill, while Ashley Terry doubled and drove in one in the first game and the duo of Alisha Ducatte and Jade Lakers doubled in the second.
ELCS 15, Willsboro 5
Kearstin Ashline had eight strikeouts while allowing no hits as the Lady Lions got past the Lady Warriors May 10.
Ashline added a pair of hits and runs batted in for the Lions, while Cheyenne Sousie had a single, triple and drove in two runs. Crystal Grady hit a solo homer, while Alyssa Sullivan added one steak.
Hannah Bruno and Serene Holland combined on the mound for the Warriors.
PHS 13, AVCS 2
The Lady Hornets sealed the game with seven runs in the final two innings to beat the Lady Patriots May 10.
Alexandra Betrus three runs on three hits, including a home run for the Hornets, while Kristin Fisher had a double and two singles while striking out seven in the win.
Karlie Neale and Elizabeth Mahan each had two hits, including a double, in the win.
Kelly McBrearity's connected on three hits for the Patriots, while Alexis Facteau and Kayla Taylor each had two hits and Emily Plumadore hit a double.
Beekmantown 27, Lake Placid 16
The Lady BlueBombers scored 10 runs in the sixth innings, but were unable to catch up with the consistency of the Lady Eagles scoring in falling May 10.
Taylor Manor connected on five hits, finishing a home run shy of the cycle. Kendra LaFountain and Danielle Schwartz each had four hits, while Schwartz driving in five. Dakota Prue added three hits.
Liz Leff had four hits for the Blue Bombers, while Haley Brandes, Stephanie Murphy and Jenna McGreevy each had three hits. and Alexis Nichols drove in three runs.
Franklin Acad. 16, Tupper Lake 10
The Lumberjacks were unable to keep an early lead in falling to Franklin Academy May 11.
Sam Sanford and Hunter Aldridge each had two hits, while Paige Dukett recorded a triple for Tupper Lake.
On the mound, Sanford struck out four in the loss.
Westport 14, Wells 13
Ellexus Vaughn connected on a walk-off single, driving in the final two runs of a seven-run rally in beating the Lady Indians May 11.
Vaughn finished with three hits and four runs batted in, while Allison Sherman, who scored the winning run, and Aisleigh Frum each had two hits.
Mallory Sudduth got the win.
Willsboro 10, Schroon Lake 8
The Lady Warriors scored six times in the bottom of the sixth and blanked the Lady Wildcats in the seventh to score a win May 11.
Hannah Bruno connected on two hits and earned the win on the mound.
Keene 18, Johnsburg 4
The Lady Beavers scored 14 times in the last three at-bats to beat the Lady Jaquars May 11.
Amanda Boyle surrendered just two hits in earning the win, while striking out nine.
Brittany Guerin had three hits, including a double, while Megan Hall and Chrissy Fabiano also added two hits.
ELCS 12, Chazy 1
The Lady Lions scored six runs to break open a close game in the fourth inning to beat the Lady Eagles May 11.
Andrea Le Vien allowed only three hits and struck out nine in the win, while Kylee Cassavaugh joined Le Vien with two hits and three runs batted in each. Jen McGinn had two hits while Dakota Rider added a hit.
Astrid Kempainen had two hits for the Eagles, while Samantha Roy had a hit.
Saranac Lake 12, AVCS 9
A Lady Patriots rally ended when Sydney Battistoni made a game-ending double play to secure the win for the Lady Red Storm May 11.
Battistoni also had three hits in the win, while Megan Moody, Sarah Drake, Jordy McDougall and Nicole Viscardo each had two hits.
Viscardo earned the win on the mound and McDougall picked up the save.
Jena Finnegan hit a triple and a home run for the Patriots, while Samantha Vallieres added two triples and two steaks, Emily Plumadore added three hits and two runs batted in, with Johanna Recny driving in two runners.
Saranac 8, Lake Placid 3
The Lady Chiefs scored four runs in the top of the seventh inning and held off the Lady Blue Bombers for the win May 12.
Kourtnie Campbell took the win on the mound and collected a pair of doubles, while Olivia Furnia and Heather Derocher wrapped out a pair of hits.
Brenna Whitney had three hits in as many at-bats for the Blue Bombers, while Liz Leff had two hits.
AVCS15, NAC 0
AVCS13, NAC 0
Mackenzie Courson allowed only one hit over five innings to get the Lady Patriots on their way to a sweep of the Lady Bobcats May 12.
Johanna Recny and Kelly McBrearity each collected five hits over the two games, including a home run in game two for Recny, while Kalliah Baire had two hits and three runs batted in the first game and Brittany Friedrich scored the win for the Patriots in the second.
Bethany Drown had the lone hit in the opener for the Bobcats, while Emily Garrand and Shauna Perry collected three hits each in the second, including a triple off the bat of Garrand.
Willsboro 15, Chazy 5
Renee Marcotte connected with four hits and three runs batted in as the Lady Warriors beat the Lady Eagles May 13.
Marcotte had a pair of doubles as part of her four hits, while Kyli Swires had three hits, Anna Daly and Emily Sayward had a pair of hits and steaks, while Alyson Arnold hit a triple in the win.
Astrid Kempainen rapped two hits and a run batted in for the Eagles, while Emily LaPierre and Kirsten Doran each had a hit and an RBI apiece.
Keene 14, Wells 2
Anna Kowanko drove in five runs and Emma Gothner scored five as the Lady Beavers beat Wells May 13.
Kowanko had three hits, including a home run, while Gothner had four hits with two doubles. Megan Hall had a pair of hits.
Keene's Amanda Boyle struck out 12 in earning the win.
Crown Point 11, Keene 3
The Lady Beavers scored three runs in the bottom of the seventh to send their game against the Lady Panthers into extra innings May 14.
However, for the second time in a week, the Panthers scored multiple runs in the ninth inning in scoring a win.
Anna Kowanko, Emma Gothner and Chrissy Fabiano each scored on wild pitches top tie the score in the seventh, while Amanda Boyle struck out 14 batters over nine innings.