AuSable Valley 12, Northern Adirondack 7
ELLENBURG - The Patriot hitters were just too much for Northern Adirondack as AuSable Valley slugged their way to a 12-7 win in CVAC softball May 14.
AuSable Valley jumped out to an 8-2 lead after three innings, helped by Kelly McBrearity's home run. Johanna Recny hit two doubles for the Patriots while Amanda Hamilton had three hits, one of which was a double.
Alexandra Hoey went the distance in the win.
NCCS 13, Saranac Lake 5
SARANAC LAKE - A big fifth inning allowed the Cougars to stun Saranac Lake 13-5 in CVAC softball May 14.
Northeastern Clinton plated 10 runs in the fifth after trailing 5-3. Taylor Kelsey came on in the fourth for NCCS and shut out the Red Storm the rest of the way.
Sarah Drake had two RBI on two hits for Saranac Lake while Gabby Lewis went 3-for-4 with a double and an RBI. Jackie Cummings also added two hits and an RBI.
Kelsey Blanchard was charged with the loss in her seven-inning effort.
Ticonderoga 11, Saranac Lake 3
TICONDEROGA - The Sentinels exploded for eight runs through the fourth, fifth, and sixth innings as they held of Saranac Lake in CVAC softball May 17.
Haley Best and Katie Karkosky combined for a three-hitter against the Red Storm, who got hits from Jen Peryeah, Mallory Cotter, and Gabby Lewis.
Kelsey Blanchard suffered the loss on the mound.
Crown Point 11, Elizabethtown-Lewis 0
CROWN POINT - The Panthers won the battle of unbeatens with a convincing 11-0 win over Elizabethtown-Lewis May 17.
Lindsay Brace went the distance, pitching the no-hit shutout with just one walk. A single Crown Point error marred an otherwise perfect game.
The Panthers scored seven runs in the second and four more in the third. Brace, Chelsea DuShane, Lauren Brace, Alex Macey, and Jessica Potter each had two hits for Crown Point.
Andrea LeVien went the distance in the first loss for th Lions, who still captured the Division I title with their 9-1 record.
Saranac Lake 13, Northern Adirondack 4
ELLENBURG - Saranac Lake made light work of the Bobcats as they cruised to a 13-4 win in CVAC softball May 18.
Brittany Gardner, Mallory Cotter, Jenna DeMarco, Jen Peryea and Sarah Drake each had three hits for the Red Storm, as they jumped out to a 10-2 lead after three innings. Chelsea LaFountain added a triple.
Saranac Lake garnered a total of 19 hits and scored in every inning but the seventh, taking advantage of 5 errors on the part of Northern Adirondack.
Kelsey Blanchard pitched seven innings for the win.
AuSable Valley 5, Saranac Lake 4
AU SABLE FORKS - AuSable Valley got the last word on their home field May 13 as they grabbed a 5-4 win from the Red Storm in CVAC baseball.
The Patriots scored a run in the fifth to break a 3-3 tie, but Saranac Lake's Logan McDougal belted a solo home run in the top of the seventh to keep the Red Storm's hopes alive.
Saranac Lake was one out away from forcing extra innings when A.J. Gordon ripped a triple. T.J. Burl then ended it with an RBI single. Gordon also had a home run and finished with four RBI.
Starting pitcher Brian Fortune accounted for much of Saranac Lake's offense with a single, double, and home run.
Sawyer Taro notched six strikeouts in going the distance for the win. Tyler O'Neil, who took over for Fortune in the fifth, was charged with the loss, but added two hits.
Saranac Lake 14, Seton Catholic 2
PLATTSBURGH - The Red Storm stymied Seton Catholic on their way to a 14-2 win in CVAC baseball May 14.
Tyler Randig and Dalton DeMarco combined to allow just four hits from the Knights and helped their efforts at the plate as Saranac Lake collected 12 hits.
Demarco went 3-for-5 while Randig, Brian Fortune, and Tyler O'Neil each added a double and a single. Chris Lawless also hit a double for the Red Storm.
Lake Placid 10, Saranac Lake 8
SARANAC LAKE - A late game rally lifted the Blue Bombers past Saranac Lake in CVAC baseball May 15.
Will Tennant pitched a complete game for the win as Lake Placid scored four runs in the fourth and three in the sixth to overcome a 7-3 Red Storm lead.
Chris Dorman hit two doubles for Saranac Lake while Dalton DeMarco also had a double.
AuSable Valley 4, Northern Adirondack 0
AU SABLE FORKS - The Patriots used pitching to their advantage in a 4-0 win against Northern Adirondack in CVAC baseball May 15.
A.J. Gordon tallied nine strikeouts in the three-hit shutout. Kyle Sprague's double in the second brought home two runs and Alex LaFountain later added an RBI single.
Plattsburgh 11, AuSable Valley 4
AU SABLE FORKS - The Hornets picked up where they left off in a game that had been suspended by weather, defeating AuSable Valley 11-4 in CVAC baseball May 17.
Plattsburgh had taken a 5-1 lead into the third inning before rain suspended play. Starting off in the fourth, they added three more runs.
Jordan Bezio hit a triple for a total of three hits, one for an RBI. John Sikander added a double. as Alex LaFountain suffered the loss on the mound.
Lake Placid 18, Seton Catholic 7
LAKE PLACID - The Blue Bombers let their bats do the talking as they routed Seton Catholic in CVAC baseball May 17.
Frank Bazzicalupo went the distance, recording 10 strikeouts. He allowed seven hits, all singles.
Andrew Baird went 4-for-5 including a double and a triple while Bazzicalupo, Will Tennant, Chris Orsi, Brody Perkins, and John Morrison all hit doubles in the 16-hit slugfest.