Schroon Lake remained undefeated with a 3-1 win against Crown Point in Mountain and Valley Athletic Conference baseball play April 28.
Nick Langabeer knocked in all three Wildcat runs, including the game winner and an insurance tally in the top of the seventh.
Matt Savarie had three hits for Schroon and scored twice.
Wesley Beers gained the mound victory, scattering eight hits.
Nathan Tabor was the tough-luck loser for Crown Point, allowing six hits and fanning 11 batters. He also tripled and scored the Panthers' lone run.
Beekmantown scored twice in the final inning to edge Ticonderoga, 5-4, in Champlain Valley Athletic Conference baseball action April 26.
The Sentinels held a 4-3 lead in the bottom of the seventh, but failed to close the contest.
Todd Carr had two hits for the locals.
Plattsburgh 15, Moriah 3
Moriah lost to Plattsburgh, 15-3, in Champlain Valley Athletic Conference baseball action April 26.
Jimmy Curran had a double and two runs batted in for the Vikings.
Schroon 5, Willsboro 2
Schroon Lake won an early-season showdown against Willsboro, 5-2, in Mountain and Valley Athletic Conference baseball play April 26.
Both teams were undefeated.
Lance Paradis had another big game for the Wildcats. He fanned 11 without a walk on the mound. At the plate he had two hits, an RBI and scored the go-ahead run.
Brennan Bush added two runs batted in for the winners.
Crown Point 17, Bolton 3
Crown Point crushed Bolton, 17-3, in Mountain and Valley Athletic Conference baseball play April 26.
The Panthers jumped to a 9-0 lead in the opening frame and coasted to victory.
Tony Rodriguez had five runs batted in for the winners. Jon Spaulding had three hits and Nathan Tabor two for Crown Point.
Cody Wayman was the winning pitcher, allowing one hit and fanning seven in five innings of work.
NAC 14, Ticonderoga 3
Ticonderoga lost to Northern Adirondack, 14-3, in Champlain Valley Athletic Conference baseball action April 29.
The Cougars exploded for seven runs in the second inning and coasted to victory.
Robert teRiele had two hits for Ti, which committed five errors.
Seton 4, Moriah 3
Moriah shot itself in the foot during its 4-3 loss to Seton Catholic in Champlain Valley Athletic Conference baseball action April 30.
Leading 3-2 with two outs in the final inning, the Vikings allowed two runs on three errors and a walk.
Moriah managed just four hits in the game.