NCCS 5, AuSable Valley 2
CHAMPLAIN - Five runs in the bottom of the fourth were all the Cougars needed to defeat AuSable Valley in CVAC baseball May 13.
Casey Letourneau went the distance on the mound for Northeastern Clinton, giving up six hits with two strikeouts.
Jordan Bezio, Ricky Lee, and T.J. Burl continued their hitting streaks with Burl and Bezio hitting doubles for AuSable Valley.
Alex LaFountain took the loss for the Patriots, pitching through four full innings.
Schroon Lake 7, Keene 6
KEENE - It took extra innings, but the Wildcats finally edged Keene in MVAC baseball May 15.
Luke Andrews and James Bell combined for two RBI in the bottom of the seventh to erase Schroon Lake's two-run lead.
The Wildcats' Brian Horton batted in the go-ahead run in the eighth inning, however, and relief pitcher Jeremy Tyrell held off any further comeback from the Beavers.
Sam Earl took the loss on the mound for Keene, but hit a triple to help his cause.
Willsboro 6, Westport 5
WILLSBORO - The Warriors built an early 5-1 lead and held on to beat Westport in MVAC baseball May 15.
The Eagles scored three runs in the fifth inning to trim the lead to one, but Lucas Strong held off any futher comeback from Westport on his way to pitching a complete game for the Warriors.
Justin Drinkwine had two RBI doubles for Willsboro. Jordon Blanchard added a double and a single.
Michael Tyler had three hits, including two doubles, and two RBI for Westport. Sean Davis added a double as well.
Bolton 13, Elizabethtown-Lewis 3
BOLTON - The Lions could not keep up with Bolton's bats as the Eagles grabbed another win in MVAC baseball May 15.
Ben Gaddy picked up the win for Bolton with four strikouts. He also hit two doubles to help his effort. Casey Russ added two RBI doubles of his own and Brian Vilmar drove in four runs.
Shawn LaPier and Ben Goff each had a double for the Lions. Devin Drummond pitched the first four innings in the loss.
AuSable Valley 12, Seton Catholic 2
PLATTSBURGH - The Patriots made the most of every hit in their win over Seton in CVAC baseball May 16.
Kyle Fuller led with three hits for AuSable Valley, which scored in every inning against two different Seton pitchers. Chris Thwaits and A.J. Gordon added two hits apiece. A home run by Jordan Bezio and triple by Curtis Loreman added to a strong offensive game.
Four separate players had singles for the Knights as Zach Clodgo picked up the win in his start on the mound.
Elizabethtown-Lewis 14, Keene 8
KEENE - The Lions took advantage of 10 Keene errors for a win in MVAC baseball May 18.
Devin Drummond had three hits, including a bases-loaded triple in the fifth inning. Mike Gowdy added four hits and Brandon Quain a double in the 10-hit effort.
Luke Andrews accounted for three for the Beavers' seven hits while Dylan Boyle added a two-run double for Keene.
Gowdy was credited with the win while Sam Earl suffered the loss.
Schroon Lake 4, Westport 3
SCHROON LAKE - Ethan Tyrell won the pitching battle as the Wildcats prevailed over Westport in MVAC baseball May 18.
Tyrell fanned 10 and walked four in a three-hit complete game. Colin MacIver struck out six and walked two in six innings, giving up just five hits.
Giant-killing Westport nearly upset the undefeated Wildcats after downing Crown Point earlier this season.
Kevin Russell had an RBI single for Westport while Zach Sherman added a base hit.
AuSable Valley 9, Saranac 6
CLINTONVILLE - AuSable Valley handed a late season upset to the Chiefs in CVAC baseball May 18.
The Patriots jumped out to a 5-0 lead after one and added three more in the bottom of the fourth. T.J. Burl led the way with a single and a two-run hom run. Tommy Loreman had two RBI on three hits and Eric Rock added two singles.
Alex LaFountain notched five strikeouts in the win. Saranac amassed four runs in the fifth before Rock came on in relief.
Wells 11, Keene 8
WELLS - Five runs in the sixth inning put the game out of reach as Wells defeated the Beavers in MVAC Softball May 13.
Lizzie Perkins had two home runs and Tammy Allen one frustrating both Amanda Boyle and Emma Nye on the mound.
Keene countered with four runs in the seventh, but were shut down before they could deliver the comeback.
Summer Reed went 4-for-4 for the Beavers. Anna Kowanko and Brianna Murphy added two hits apeice.
Schroon Lake 6, Keene 5
KEENE VALLEY - Schroon Lake held off a late rally by Keene to earn a win in MVAC softball May 15.
The Wildcats raced out with five runs in the top of the second before Emma Nye came on in relief. The Beavers would answer with three runs in the bottom of the inning and another in the third to close within one.
Schroon Lake scored once more in the fourth.
Nye tripled for Keene and Amanda Boyle added a double. The Beavers scored in the bottom of the seventh and had the bases loaded, but couldn't get the tying run.
Willsboro 18, Westport 6
WILLSBORO - Three Westport pitchers could not find a way to stifle Willsboro in MVAC softball May 15.
The Warriors scored seven in the first inning and continued to pour on the runs. Briana Reynolds led the way, going 3-for-4 with a triple and two RBI. Aimee Provost added a double.
Codia Holland pitched seven innings for the win and added two hits and an RBI to help her cause.
Kalika Hopkins went 3-for-4 with a double and an RBI for Westport and Nancy Armitage tripled.
AuSable Valley 13, Seton Catholic 0
PLATTSBURGH - Only seven Knights runners reached base as the Patriots rolled in CVAC softball May 15.
Whitney Vincent fanned five and walked two in the five-hit shutout.
Zoe Saulsgiver and Kelly McBrearity had three hits apeice for AuSable Valley. Karly Lincoln and Brooke Pray each had two hits.
Ashlee Fairchild took the loss on the mound for Seton.
Elizabethtown-Lewis 11, Bolton 8
BOLTON - Seven runs in the sixth inning lifted the Lions past the Eagles in MVAC softball May 15.
Kaleigh Ratliff led the way with three RBI on two hits and Kylie Cassavaugh added a double.
Andrea Le Vien struck out five with seven walks in seven innings for the win.
Charlotte Caldwell and Taylor Cronquist each had a double and two singles for Bolton, who climbed out of an early 4-0 hole.
AuSable Valley 2, Saranac 1
SARANAC - AuSable Valley won the pitchers' duel in their win over Saranac in CVAC softball May 18.
The Patriots' Whitney Vincent fanned 10 with no walks and allowed just five hits for the win. Chiefs ace Kelli Jock struck out four with no walks, giving up six hits.
Kayla Taylor went 2-for-3, including a crucial double in the fourth. Johanna Recny's RBI single proved to be the go-ahead run.
Sami Finizio grabbed Saranac's only run hitting one of her two singles in the bottom of the fourth, advancing to third, and scoring on a fielder's choice.
Shiloh Bourgeois also had two hits and Brooke Pray added a triple for AuSable Valley.