Ticonderoga's five-year long Champlain Valley Athletic Conference softball winning streak ended when Peru rallied late for a 3-2 win May 3.
Both teams entered the fray undefeated and were so evenly matched that each had six hits and three walks.
The difference was Peru's ability to bunch together three hits with two outs in the both of the sixth inning for a pair of runs.
Chelsea Budwick had two hits for the Sentinels.
Saranac Lake 4,
Moriah lost to Saranac Lake, 4-2, in Champlain Valley Athletic Conference softball play May 3.
Sam Slattery paced Moriah. She had two hits on offense and 10 strikeouts on the mound.
ELCS 12, Schroon 10
Elizabethtown-Lewis managed just three hits, but scored 12 runs in beating Schroon Lake, 12-10, in Mountain and Valley Athletic Conference softball action May 3.
The Lions took advantage of 20 walks and four errors to win.
Lynn Veverka, Miranda DeZalia and Brianna DeZalia each had two hits for Schroon, which scored nine times in the fourth inning to stay close.
Ticonderoga 12, NAC 5
Ticonderoga bat Northern Adirondack, 12-5, in Champlain Valley Athletic Conference softball play May 5.
Calsie Granger had four hits and two runs batted in to pace the Sentinels.
Ashley St. Andrews had two hits, including a two-run homer.
Jocelyn Barber and Taylor Denno also had two hits each for the winners.
The win got Ticonderoga back into familar territory - winning - after their five-year conference win streak was snapped earlier in the week.
AVCS 10, Moriah 1
Moriah fell to AuSable Valley, 10-1, in Champlain Valley Athletic Conference softball play May 5.
Sam Slattery and Jarrah Jerdo had the lone hits for the Vikings.
Ticonderoga 17, Seton 0
Ticonderoga blasted Seton Catholic, 17-0, in Champlain Valley Athletic Conference softball play May 5.
Ashley St. Andrews had four hits for the winners.
Taylor Denno, Taylor Ward and Chelsea Budwick each had two base knocks for the locals. Denno had a home run.
Hayley Best and Katie Karkoski combined to limit Seton to three hits.
Ticonderoga defeated Plattsburgh, 8-2, in Champlain Valley Athletic Conference softball play May 6.
Taylor Ward had home run and three RBI for the Sentinels.
Ashley St. Andrews had two hits and two runs knocked in for Ti.
Katie Karkoski hurled a two-hitter, fanning 13 for the Sentinels.
Moriah lost to Beekmantown, 12-5, in Champlain Valley Athletic Conference softball play May 7.
Moriah walked seven batters and committed six errors to hurt its cause.
Hayley Waldron had three hits for the Vikings.
Schroon 12, Willsboro 6
Schroon Lake downed Willsboro, 12-6, in Mountain and Valley Athletic Conference softball action May 7.
Abbey Veverka had three hits and three runs batted in to pace the Wildcats.
Brianna and Miranda DeZalia each had two hits for the locals, while Jocelyn Bowen had two RBI.
Rebecca Armstrong was the winning pitcher, holding Willsboro hitless over the final three innings as Schroon pulled away.
Plattsburgh 6, Moriah 0
Moriah lost to Plattsburgh, 6-0, in Champlain Valley Athletic Conference softball action April 30.
Haley Waldron had three hits and Lauren Pelkey two for the Vikings.