Ticonderoga’s Matt Cook tied for first place in the high jump during Champlain Valley Athletic Conference track and field action against Lake Placid April 24.
Ticonderoga dominated Lake Placid, 96-18, in Champlain Valley Athletic Conference boys track and field action April 24.
The Sentinels won all but two events in the meet.
Coleman Granger won the 100-meter dash, tied for first in the high jump and ran legs on the winning 400 and 1,600-meter relay teams for Ti.
Jay Hebert won the 100 hurdles and ran legs on the winning 400 and 1,600-meter relay teams.
Shawn Silliman captured the 400 hurdles and ran legs on the winning 3,200 and 1,600-meter relay teams.
Derek Bevins won the long jump and ran on the winning 400 relay.
Marcus Moser rounded out the winning 1,600-meter relay and victorious 400-meter relay units.
Tyler Belden won the 800-meter run and ran a leg on the winning 3,200-meter relay squad.
Javeed Nazir raced to the win in the 1,600 run and ran a leg on the winning 3,200 relay
Ryan Price rounded out the winning 3,200 relay team.
Matt Cook won the triple jump and tied for first in the high jump.
Joss Ross won the shot and discus for the Sentinels.
Ticonderoga lost the girls meet, 75-29.
Abigail Gurney won the shot and Miranda Davis took the discus for Ti.
Saranac Lake 7, Moriah 5
Moriah lost a hard-fought contest to Saranac Lake, 7-5, in Champlain Valley Athletic Conference softball action April 24.
Trailing leads throughout the game, Saranac Lake won on a Megan Kilroy’s two-run homer in the final inning.
Lauren Brace had two hits for Moriah.
Beekmantown 16, Ticonderoga 5
Beekmantown toppled Ticonderoga, 16-5, in Champlain Valley Athletic Conference baseball play April 24.
Logan Recore had three hits and three runs batted in for the winners.
Nate Lenhart, Troy Granger, Jordan Woods and Quentin Austin had hits for Ti.
ELCS 14, Schroon 13
Elizabethtown-Lewis edged Schroon Lake, 14-13, in Mountain and Valley AThletic Conference baseball action April 24 in the completion of a game suspended a day earlier.
The game was tied 11-11 when rain stopped play after seven innings April 23.
When play resumed the next day, Schroon Lake took a 13-11 advantage on Matt Savarie’s two-run home run — his second blast of the game — in the top of the eighth inning.
ELCS won the game in the bottom of the frame on Tim LaRock’s walk-off three run blast.
Savarie pace Schroon with four hits.
Jeff Armstrong had two hits for the Wildcats.