Crown Point 32, Schroon 4
Crown Point crushed Schroon Lake, 32-4, in Mountain and Valley Athletic Conference softball action May 2.
Brittney Foote drove home four runs with a home run and single to key the Panther attack. Ashley Morgan added three hits for the winners.
Crown Point led 6-1 before exploding for 10 runs in the fifth inning and adding 14 more runs in the sixth frame.
Chelsea DuShane was the winning pitcher, allowing three hits and striking out 12.
Elizabeth Bessey had a triple for Schroon Lake.
Plattsburgh 22, Moriah 2
Plattsburgh rolled past Moriah, 22-2, in Champlain Valley Athletic Conference softball play May 2.
The Hornets had a pair of big innings - a seven-run second and a eight-run sixth - en route to the win.
Schroon 7, Chazy 2
Schroon Lake topped Chazy, 7-2, in Mountain and Valley Athletic Conference softball action May 5.
Ashley Subra hurled a three-hitter for the Wildcats, striking out three. She helped her cause with two hits at the plate.
Desiree Lanoue had a two-run double for the winners.
Crown Point 8, Westport 2
Crown Point beat Westport, 8-2, in Mountain and Valley Athletic Conference softball action May 6.
Alexandra Macey fired a one-hitter for the Panthers, striking out 13.
Ashley Morgan had three hits for Crown Point. Hailey White ripped a home run for the winners.
Allison Sherman had the lone Westport hit.
Ticonderoga 16, AVCS4
AVCS 12, Ticonderoga 8
Ticonderoga and AuSable Valley split a doubleheader in Champlain Valley Athletic Conference softball play May 6.
Ti won the opener, 16-4, as Megan Campney laced four hits and drove in five runs. Andrea Rich added a home run and a double for the locals.
Jordan McKee was the winning hurler.
Kayla Taylor had a triple and RBI for AVCS.
AuSable took the nightcap, 12-8.
Alexis Facteau had three hits and drove home two runs to lead the Patriots.
Rich had a home run in the second game for Ti.
ELCS 17, Schroon 4
Schroon Lake fell to Elizabethtown-Lewis, 17-4, in Mountain and Valley Athletic Conference softball action May 6.
Andrea LeVien fanned 11 for the mound victory, while Kearstin Ashline had three RBI for the winners.
Jocelyn Bowen and Rebecca Armstrong each had two hits for Schroon Lake.
Wildcats pitchers limited ELCS to six hits, but walked 22 batters and were victimized by six errors.
Lake Placid 15, Moriah 4
Lake Placid 13, Moriah 1
Lake Placid swept a twinbill from Moriah in Champlain Valley Athletic Conference softball play May 7.
The Bombers took the opener, 15-4, as Catherine Valentine had three hits and two RBI for the winners.
Emily Cutting had a pair of hits for Moriah.
Lake Placid won the second game, 13-1, as Brenna Whitney had three hits and two RBI.
Hailey Chapuk, Caitlin Williams and Jasmine Callis each had two hits for the Vikings in a losing effort.
Hartford 15, Schroon 5
Schroon 6, Warrensburg 4
Schroon Lake split a pair of games at the Trapper Classic softball tournament in Warrensburg May 7.
The Wildcats lost to Hartford, 15-5, in their first contest, falling behind 9-0 in the opening innings. Abby Veverka had two hits and three runs batted in for Schroon.
Rebecca Armstrong fired a one-hitter as Schroon lake beat Warrensburg, 6-4, in the second game. Armstrong, who had a no-hitter in the final inning, fanned 10.
Jocelyn Bowen and Miranda DeZalia each had three hits for the Wildcats.