Crown Point captured the Mountain and Valley Athletic Conference softball championship with a 4-2 win against Indian Lake-Long Lake May 20.
Lindsay Brace hurled a two-hitter, fanning 14 to pace the Panthers.
After Indian Lake-Long Lake had grabbed a 1-0 lead, Crown Point knotted on the contest in the third inning when Noel Vezzi singled, stole second and tallied on an error.
The Panthers won the game with a three-run sixth. Jessica Potter doubled and scored when Ashley Morgan reached on an error. Morgan scored on Lauren Brace's RBI hit and Brace scored on a knock by Heather Bemis.
All of Crown Point's runs were unearned as the Orange made thee critical errors.
Indian Lake-Long Lake rallied in the final inning, scoring once and getting the tying run to the plate. Lindsay Brace killed that threat, though, by fanning the game's final two hitters.
Ti wins division
Ticonderoga claimed the Champlain Valley Athletic Conference Division II softball title with a 9-6 win against Northern Adirondack May 21.
The Sentinels won the game with three runs in the eighth.
Ashley St. Andrews paced the locals with five hits.
Jocelyn Barber ripped a home run for the champs.
Seton 4, Moriah 1
Seton 12, Moriah 11
Moriah dropped a twinbill to Seton Catholic, 4-1 and 12-11, in Champlain Valley Athletic Conference softball play May 21.
Seton broke a 1-1 tie and won with three runs in the final inning in the opener.
Sam Slattery had two hits for Moriah.
Seton came from behind with four runs in the sixth to take the nightcap.
Dana Aurilio and Hayley Waldron each had two hits for the Vikings.
Crown Point 11, ELCS 0
Lindsay Brace hurled a no-hitter as Crown Point topped Elizabethtown-Lewis, 11-0, in Mountain and Valley Athletic Conference softball action May 17.
Brace fanned 18 batters and had a perfect game until an error in the fifth inning. She walked one hitter.
Brace also had two hits had the plate.
Lauren Brace, Alex Macey, Jessica Potter and Chelsea Dushane also had two hits each for the Panthers.
Saranac Lake 3
Jocelyn Barber rapped four hits to lead Ticonderoga past Saranac Lake, 11-3, in Champlain Valley Athletic Conference softball play May 17.
Ashley St. Andrews and Taylor Ward each had two knocks for the locals.
Hayley Best gained the pitching win in relief.
Peru 13, Moriah 3
Moriah dropped a 13-3 decision to Peru in Champlain Valley Athletic Conference softball play May 17.
Stephanie Mauran had a triple for Moriah, which made 10 errors.
Lake Placid 8
Trailing by seven runs, Ticonderoga rallied to beat Lake Placid, 9-8, in Champlain Valley Athletic Conference softball play May 18.
Taylor Denno had two hits and three runs batted in for the Sentinels as they overcame a 7-0 deficit.
Ashley St. Andrews and Taylor Ward each had two RBI for the winners.
Saranac 3, Moriah 1
Sam Slattery was a tough-luck loser as Moriah fell to Saranac, 3-1, in Champlain Valley Athletic Conference softball play May 18.
Slattery hurled a four-hitter and fanned 13, but came up short as the Moriah offense sputtered.
Hayley Waldron had two hits and drove home the only Viking run.
Crown Point 5, Bolton 3
Crown Point powered its way past Bolton, 5-3, in Mountain and Valley Athletic Conference softball action May 19.
Alex Macey hit a two-run blast and Brittany Austin added a solo shot for the Panthers.
Coming into a 3-3 game, relief pitcher Lindsay Brace fanned all nine hitters she faced to gain the pitching win.
Schroon 10, Johnsburg 7
Mindy Whitty drove in three run to lead Schroon Lake past Johnsburg, 10-7, in non-league softball play May 20.
Whitty had two hits.
Rebecca Armstrong had a no-hitter until Johnsburg managed a pair of knocks in the final inning.
Katie Karkoski fired a one-hitter as Ticonderoga beat Beekmantown, 13-0, in Champlain Valley Athletic Conference softball play May 20.
Karkoski fanned 11 hitters and helped her cause with three hits and a RBI at the plate.
Taylor Ward had three hits and two runs batted in for the Sentinels.