Chazy 4, Schroon Lake 3
CHAZY -Ricky Osier allowed only one hit over seven innings and John Tregan delivered a walk-off infield single as the Chazy Eagles opened the season with an exciting 4-3 win against Schroon Lake April 12.
The Eagles scored a run in the second and fourth innings to take a 2-0 lead before the Wildcats scored two runs in the sixth and one in the seventh for a 4-3 lead after the top of the inning.
Justin Roy and Austin Santor drew walks to start the Chazy half of the inning, followed by an Osier single. Kaleb Snide then reached on an error, scoring Roy. Santor then scored the winning run on the Tregan hit.
The Eagles connected for eight hits in the game, with Osier, Kyle Bissonette and Kyle McCarthy each hitting doubles. Bissonette and Craig Botten also had RBIs for the Eagles.
Ti 14, Peru 2
TICONDEROGA -The Peru Indians started their season off by scoring a run in the top of the first inning, but were unable to hold on as Ticonderoga earned a win April 12.
Nick Ulvia and Justus Ruff each connected for extra-base hits, doubles, for the Indians.
Will Flynn took the loss for the Indians, while Nick Demarais, Ryan McCall and Dominick Delello came on in relief outings.
Crown Point 5, Willsboro 1
CROWN POINT -John Pollock and Seth Swires each got hits for the Warriors, who were unable to overcome a four-run fourth inning in falling to the Crown Point Panthers April 13.
Pollock's hit was for extra bases - a double, while Clay Sherman started for the Warriors and was relieved by Pollock in the sixth.
Chazy 16, Schroon Lake 2
CHAZY - Emily Keable limited the Schroon Lake bats to two runs (one earned) and four hits as the Eagles scored their first win of the season in the opener April 12.
Keable struck out eight on the mound and wrapped out a pair of hits, driving in one.
Keable's battery mate, catcher Emily LaPierre, also collected two hits at the plate, while Kirsten Doran hit a double and Astrid Kempainen hit a triple and drove in two runs.
Brianna Rotella also played a solid game in the field at first base for the Lady Eagles.
ELCS 12, Keene 9
KEENE - The Lady Lions scored 10 runs in the third and fourth inning and held on for a season-opening victory against Keene April 13.
Kearstin Ashline had a double and a triple along with a pair of RBIs to pace the Lions' offense, while Andrea Le Vien also hit a double and Kylie Cassavaugh hit a double. Le Vien worked all seven innings in earning the win on the mound.
Olivia Jaques hit a double for the Beavers, while Amanda Boyle collected two singles and Hannah McCabe and Emma Gothner each wrapped out one hit. Boyle worked all seven innings in the loss.
The Beavers scored seven runs over the third and fourth innings, and then scored a run in the sixth in seventh but were unable to complete the rally.
Crown Point 28, Willsboro 4
KEENE - The Lady Panthers scored 19 runs in their final three at-bats to get past the Lady Warriors April 14.
The Warriors were held without a hit by Crown Point hurler Lindsay Brace, while Courtney Blanchard used a delayed steal of home plate to give the Warriors an early 1-0 lead after the top of the first inning.
Taylor Strong and Hannah Bruno worked on the mound for the Warriors.