Mountain and Valley Athletic Conference teams saw a hard week with some tough non-league tests. Crown Point swept Johnsburg, while Willsboro also saw a sweep against Indian Lake-Long Lake. The Lady Orange clinched a league win over Wells after some impressive play from Kaylie Miller at bat and from the mound.
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SCHROON LAKE - Schroon Lake's Anthony Vanderwalker threw five strong innings May 12 in its win over Johnsburg. He allowed just one base runner on a hit in the first inning.
Wesley Beers cracked a three-run homer for the unbeaten Wildcats. Jeffrey Armstrong added four hits, including a double.
Lance Paradis had three hits and Matt Savarie and Chris Veverka chipped in with two each.
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INDIAN LAKE - The Warriors had seven of their 11 hits in the third inning as they pulled away from the Orange and secured the win on May 12.
Indian Lake-Long Lake led, 6-1, after two innings until the Warriors cranked in eight runs in the third and added two more in the fourth.
Nick Ball hit a double and two singles for Willsboro and Justin Drinkwine doubled and singled. David Gowans, Alex Hamel and William Gay each hit a double. Starter John Pollock picked up the win.
Jordan Wallace belted a home run and a single for the Orange, while Hank Evvatt and Connor Burgess each tallied doubles for the Orange.
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JOHNSBURG - Nate Tabor scored the game-winning run on a Cody Wayman double in the top of the ninth inning as Crown Point made a final push past Johnsburg on May 12.
Johnsburg got a runner on third base with just one out in the bottom of the inning, but the Jaguars were unable to finish and drive in the tying run.
Prior to reaching home plate, Tabor stole second base and got to third on a sacrifice fly.
The Crown Point pitchers combined for 13 strikeouts in the victory with Wayman getting the win.
Ben Richards hit a double for Johnsburg and teammate Sean O'Neill connected on a triple.
Tabor added a double for Crown Point.
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WELLS - Emma Gray led off in the top of the seventh with a triple and Kaylie Miller drove her home for the go-ahead run in Indian Lake-Long Lake's MVAC win over Wells on May 12.
Miller was 2-for- 4 and earned the pitching win. Gray had two hits and Meg Smith also tripled for the Orange.
Wells tied the game at 5-5 at the bottom of the sixth after Amanda Vrooman tripled and scored on an Orange throwing error.
Valerie Hayes singled, doubled and recorded two RBIs for Wells, while Samantha Bartholf had two singles and a double.
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JOHNSBURG - Alex Macey hit the first ever ball over the Johnsburg fence to bat in two runs in the sixth inning and secure their win over the Jaguars on May 13.
Chelsea Dushane paced Crown Point with four hits, while Jessica Potter and winning pitcher Macey added three apiece. Ashley Morgan, Hailey White and Noel Vezzi contributed two hits each for Crown Point.
Kelly Blackhurst and Margaret Welz had the Jaguars' only hits and Welz scored the lone run.
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INDIAN LAKE - Serena Holland batted in two runs off her double in the top of the eighth, giving Willsboro the win over Indian Lake-Long Lake on May 13.
Indian Lake-Long Lake forced extra innings with a run in the last of the sixth. Sierra Olbert singled, went to second on a passed
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ball, to third on a sacrifice and scored on Jessica Bain's fielder's choice.
The host Orange were primed for the win in the bottom of the seventh with runners on second and third, but a grounder to third ended the inning.
Bruno allowed just four hits while striking out two and overcoming seven bases on balls and one hit-batsman.
For the Orange, Emma Gray, gave up only three hits and struck out nine while walking six.
Gray went 2-for-4 for the Orange. Jade Sayward and Tayler Strong also had hits for Willsboro.
JOHNSBURG - Keene's Emma Nye hit for the cycle with a homer, triple, double and single as the Beavers defeated Johnsburg.
Despite the loss, Cortina Greene struck out five in a complete game, Cassandra Prouty tripled and Amanda Boye and Kelly Blackhurst doubled.