WILLSBORO - Nick Ball and Clay Sherman had two hits each as the Warriors improved their overall record to 7-2 with a MVAC nonleague win over the Jaguars on May 6.
David Gowans added a triple and two RBI, while Alex Shepard chipped in with a double and two RBI for Willsboro.
Kevin Conner collected two of Johnsburg's four hits. The Jaguars had to be patient at the plate, working out 12 walks by Warrior pitching.
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NEWCOMB - Tatsuki Miyozato led the undefeated Mountaineers past the Orange on May 6.
Miyozato accounted for a double and home run at the plate and earned the save.
He was also key in a triple play in the first inning. Playing at shortstop, Miyozato fielded the ball on a short hop, tagged the runner going to third and the one going to second and threw to first for the third out.
Morgan Winslow went 3-for-3 for Minerva\Newcomb, while Zack Mitchell and Jordan Wallace had two hits each for the Orange.
Winning pitcher Brandon Poulton struck out 11 and walked seven.
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INDIAN LAKE - Connor Burgess went 2 for 3 with three RBIs and a triple as the Orange slipped past Bolton for their first win of the season on May 7.
Ben Black gave up five hits for his first victory on the mound, while Jordan Wallace doubled in the win.
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NEWCOMB - Nate Tabor's 20 strikeouts and five errors in the top of the ninth ended Minerva-Newcomb's perfect season on May 7.
All four of Crown Points' runs in the ninth inning were unearned. Tabor also went 5 for 5 from the plate.
Despite the loss Miyozato had another standout game striking out 15 batters and went 4 for 5 with two doubles for the Mountaineers. Brandon Poulton went 3 for 5 with a double in the loss.
"We left the bases loaded probably four or five times," Minerva-Newcomb coach Edward LaCourse said. "We just couldn't get that big hit.
"Tabor just did a great job," he added.
Crown Point's Cody Wayman connected on a triple.
JOHNSBURG - James Bell struck out eight in 4 1/3 innings as Westport-Keene beat Johnsburg on May 7.
Taylor Ordway doubled for Johnsburg.
GLENS FALLS - Mitchell Jordon's two-run single in the bottom of the seventh gave Bolton an 11-10 walk-off win over Johnsburg in a game played at East Field on May 10.
Johnsburg got the first out of the inning, but a walk and an error set up Jordon's big hit.
Caleb Kneeshaw had a two-run triple in the game for Bolton.
For Johsnburg, Ben Richards had three hits and Travis Plansker tripled and drove in three runs.
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INDIAN LAKE - Cody Wayman threw a complete-game five-hitter and added a home run to lead the Panthers on May 10.
Jordan Wallace and Kevin Boyle led the Orange by each going 2 for 3.
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INDIAN LAKE - Nick Ball had two singles and a double to lead Willsboro to the win on May 11.
IL-LL hurt itself with six errors and walks.
Jordan Wallace had a single and home run for the Orange, while Zack Mitchell contributed two singles.
KEENE - Westport/Keene hit well off Tatsuki Miyozato for five runs in the first and then held on for a 5-4 victory over Minerva\Newcomb Monday in Mountain & Valley Athletic Conference baseball.
Miyozato allowed only one hit while striking out 10 and walking three. Cody Whitney led off the last of the first with a double to left, Westport/Keene's only hit in the game. Three walks, a couple of double steals and two errors enabled the hosts to score five runs.
Minerva\Newcomb closed to within 5-4 with two runs in the fifth without the benefit of a hit. But Kevin Russell, who finished with 16 strikeouts and five walks, held on for the victory. Russell struck out four batters in the second inning with one reaching base on an error.
Morgan Winslow, Jesse Montanye and Miyozato had singles for the Mountaineers.
BOLTON - Mitchell Jordan hit a walkoff 2-RBI single to send Bolton to a win over Johnsburg on May 11.
Jacob Nittman earned the victory in relief for the Eagles, coming in and limiting Johnsburg to one earned run.
Evan Malone had two hits for Bolton, while Nittman had a double and Caleb Kneeshaw tripled.
Travis Plansker had two hits, one a triple, and drove in three runs for the Jaguars. Ben Richards had three hits and Sean O'Neil added two.
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NEWCOMB - Kaylie Miller and Carli Reynolds each scored twice as Indian Lake-Long Lake posted its sixth straight win on May 6.
Allison Pine singled twice and drove in a run for the Orange. Sierra Olbert recorded three RBIs.
Laura Tokarz pitched a strong game for Minerva-Newcomb with six strikeouts.
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JOHNSBURG - Cassandra Prouty had five singles and five runs to lead the Jaguars in their 20-hit offensive barrage on May 6.
Kelly Blackhurst added two doubles, a single and three runs for Johnsburg, which improved to 3-4 in MVAC games.
Samantha Bartholf had four singles to lead Wells.
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INDIAN LAKE - Kaylie Miller nailed two triples with an RBI and picked up the pitching win to lead Indian Lake-Long Lake past Bolton 5-3 in a Moutain and Valley softball game on May 7.
Murphy Farrell went 3 for 4 with a triple for the Orange, who also got two hits each from Emma Gray and Sierra Olbert. Olbert drove in two runs.
Indian Lake-Long Lake's Jessica Bain's big throw from right field to first base with the bases loaded allowed the Orange to keep its lead heading into the bottom of the sixth.
Roselynn Denne doubled and Charlotte Caldwell had two singles for Bolton.
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NEWCOMB - Crown Point pitchers combined on a three-hitter with 15 strikeouts to defeat Minerva-Newcomb on May 10.
The Mountaineers got two singles from Charlotte Egli and a base hit by Larissa Roy.
BOLTON LANDING - Taylor Cronquist had a double, two singles and an RBI to lead Bolton to a victory over Johnsburg on May 10.
Rosie Denne added a double and three RBIs for the Eagles, who also got eight strikeouts and no walks from Tori Persons, and three RBIs from Charlotte Caldwell.
Kelly Blackhurst doubled and Cassandra Prouty had two singles for the Jaguars.
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INDIAN LAKE - Serene Holland's two-RBI double in the top of the eighth gave the Warriors the go-ahead runs in the win over the Orange on May 10.
Emma Gray had two singles to lead the Orange.
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LONG LAKE - Eighth-grader Lauren Brace doubled and scored on Brittany Austin's two-base hit to lift Crown Point to a 7-6 victory over Indian Lake/Long Lake on May 10.
It was a close call for the Panthers, who last week picked up a forfeit victory over Westport.
The Panthers outhit the hosts 12-4, but needed a couple of two-out rallies to pull out the win. Chelsea Dushane delivered a two-run single in the sixth to give Crown Point a 6-5 lead and then Austin came through with her two-strike double to score Brace with two out.
The Orange made a run in the bottom of the seventh. Jessica Bain plated a pair with a single, but winning pitcher Lindsey Brace got her 17th strikeout to leave the tieing run on third. Brace walked only two.
Kayleigh Miller struck out nine and didn't walk a batter for Indian Lake/Long Lake.
Dushane went 3-for-4 while Ashley Morgan, Alex Macey and Noel Vezzi all were 2-for-3 with a double.
Carli Reynolds and Murphy Farrell each had two hits for the Orange.