Cody Stockwell and Chris Clarke both go for the ball against Beekmantown.
Ticonderoga 4, Beekmantown 2
Ryan Trudeau was impressive on the mound for the Sentinels May 5, striking out 12 Beekmantown batters in a complete game victory. Blake Gautreau had a single and double at the plate, while Quentin Austin hit a triple.
Moriah 4, Saranac 2, 8 inn.
Tom Rancour drove in a pair of Vikings in the top of the eighth inning and Chris Clarke made the runs hold as Moriah defeated Saranac May 5.
Rancour and Clarke were joined by CJ Raymond as the only players to record a hit for the Vikings, who took advantage of a pair of Saranac errors.
Indian Lake/Long Lake 10, Crown Point 7
The Orange scored nine runs in the second inning and then held off a Panther rally for the win May 2.
Henry Sandiford struck out 10 batters, going the distance for the win, while battery mate Shane Short hit a triple, one of two hits the Orange had in the win while taking advantage of five Crown Point errors.
Gabe Macey and Brendan Crowningshield each had two hits for the Panthers, while Sam Millington hit a double.
Schroon Lake 10, Minerva/Newcomb 4
The Wildcats scored in all but the fifth inning in defeating the Mountaineers May 2.
Aidin Finnerty led a balanced 12-hit attack with a single and double for Schroon Lake, while Branden Hall and Derek DeZalia also recorded two hits.
Eric Paradis had 11 strikeouts in throwing a complete game victory, while Alex Rubacki was able to figure out the Schroon Lake pitcher for two of the Mountaineers six hits.
Ticonderoga 16, Saranac Lake 1
Dom Banish limited Saranac Lake bats to just five hits while collecting three of his own at the plate to lead the Sentinels to victory May 2.
Banish struck out 10 in the win. Blake Gautreau and Aaron Bush each had two hits, while Quentin Austin connected for a double.
Beekmantown 8, Moriah 0
While the Vikings recorded eight hits against Beekmantown May 1, they were unable to get any baserunners across the plate in falling to the Eagles.
Jarrod MacDougall had a pair of hits for the Vikings, while Tom Rancour, Sam Russo and Chris Clarke split time on the mound in the loss.
Crown Point 7, Schroon Lake 3
The Panthers scored four runs in the bottom of the sixth inning to break open a tie game and earn the win over the Wildcats April 30.
Brendan Corwningshield had a double while scoring a pair of runs and driving in two more for Crown Point while Jaice Spring started the game with seven strikeouts for the win and Joe Foote picked up the save with eight strikeouts.
Eric Pardis struck out four in six innings in the loss, while Justin Lough and Derek DeZalia had strong defensive games for the Wildcats.
Ticonderoga 13, Moriah 0
The Sentinels scored nine runs in the fourth inning to pull away and complete the season sweep of the Vikings April 29.
Ryan Trudeau and Dom Banish each collected two hits in the win, while Konner Bruce drove in a pair and Jarryn Granger took the win on the mound, striking out seven. Michael Graney pitched the final two innings for the win.
Jordan Greenough and Chris Clarke had the lone singles for the Vikings, while Jarrod MacDougall took the loss on the mound.
Ticonderoga 13, AuSable Valley 1
Ryan Trudeau struck out 13 Patriots in six innings of work while collecting a pair of singles, one double and two RBI in the Sentinel victory April 28.
Quentin Austin had three hits, including a home run and double, while Michael Graney added a double to the Ticonderoga 16-hit performance. Dom Banish finished out the game on the mound.
Beekmantown 17, Moriah 3
The Vikings scored their three runs in the middle innings but were unable to gain anymore in falling to Beekmantown April 28. CJ Raymond, Sam Russo and Austin Allen were on the mound for the Vikings.
Schroon Lake 15, Elizabethtown-Lewis 4
Aiden Finnerty allowed only three hits while striking out nine as the Wildcats scored a victory April 28. Justin Lough and Ryan Beattie joined Finnerty with two hits each in the game.
Crown Point 14, Chazy 0
Kolby Pertak and Rob Macey combined to allow only two hits while striking out 15 Chazy batters in a shutout victory April 28.
Pertak and Joe Foote contributed three hits for the offense, while Sam Millington added a double and Alec Arno two RBI.
Moriah 21, Saranac Lake 8
Christina Lashway cleared the bases with a grand slam as the Lady Vikings defeated Saranac Lake May 5.
Caitlin Pelkey had three of the Vikings 14 hits, while Lauren Cross and Halee Calabrese each had two hits. Lauren Brace added a triple and called signals behind the plate for winning pitcher Taylor Sprague.
Schroon Lake 15, Westport 14
Trailing 15-5 with six outs left, the Lady Wildcat offense erupted for 10 runs, with Molly Wisser capping the comeback with a two-out, walk-off single to earn the May 5 victory.
Dakota Gadway added a home run to go with five RBI, while Katie Botterbush earned the win in relief.
Moriah 5, Northern Adirondack 4
After Northern Adirondack tied the game in the top of the seventh, Shelby MacDougal connected for the walk-off hit to score Lauren Brace as the Lady Vikings scored a victory May 2.
The game-winning hit was the third for MacDougal, while Madison Stahl added two hits. Brace and Taylor Sprague each hit triples, while Sprague took the complete game win on the mound.
Crown Point 15, Schroon Lake 5
The Lady Panthers scored in all six innings they came to the plate in defeating the Lady Wildcats April 30.
Amanda Wolf led the offense with a trio of hits and five RBI in the win for Crown Point, While Brittany Foote and tow hits including a double and Mara Vradenburg hit a pair of singles. Maria Malone had seven strikeouts in the win.
Julianna Finnerty hit a home run in the loss for Schroon Lake, while Dakota Gadway had two hits with a double, Kiana Fiore and Desire Lanoue each hit doubles and Katie Botterbush had two hits.
Beekmantown 12, Moriah 6
The Lady Vikings collected five hits off Beekmantown pitching in falling to the Eagles April 29. Taylor Sprague took the loss on the mound for the Vikings and had the team’s lone extra-base hit with a double.
Ticonderoga 10, AuSable Valley 9
The Lady Sentinels scored five runs in the fourth inning, giving them the insurance they needed to beat AuSable Valley April 29.
Hannah Ross struck out eight batters to pick up the win on the mound, while Savannah Bezon had three hits including a pair of doubles. Carly Campney also had a double.
Ticonderoga 5, Beekmantown 4
The Sentinels scored five runs in the middle innings and held on to score a win against Beekmantown April 28.
Taylor Dorsett and Nicole Fuller each had two hits in the win, while Savannah Bezon had a double and Logan Mars a triple. Kylie Austin recorded the victory on the mound.
AuSable Valley 15, Moriah 11
The Lady Vikings scored four runs in the first and fourth innings, but it was not enough as AuSable Valley scored an April 28 win. Madison Stahl paced the Vikings offense with three hits while Shelby MacDougal added two.
Crown Point 5, Chazy 4
The Lady Panthers jumped out to a 3-1 lead they were able to hold in defeating Chazy April 28. Logan Harrington had a pair of doubles in the win while Mara Vradenburg and Brittany Foote each had one. Maria Malone was victorious in a complete game performance on the mound.
Schroon Lake 14, Elizabethtown-Lewis 4
Abby Veverka had a three-run double and Dakota Gadway had a home run as part of a three hit, three RBI day as the Wildcats defeated ELCS April 28. Julianna Finnerty also had three hits and RBI along with a double while Kiana Fiore recorded 11 strikeouts in earning the win on the mound.
Boys track and field
Ticonderoga 70, Plattsburgh High 62
Jay Hebert collected four wins on the day as the Sentinels scored a narrow win over Plattsburgh High May 1.
Hebert scored wins in the 110-hurdles (13.8 seconds) and 200 (23.1) along with the 400 and 1,600 relay events.
Shawn Sillman scored three wins (1,600 relay, 400 hurdles - 59.3, high jump - 5-5). Chase Dixon scored a victory in the shot put with a throw of 33-2.
Saranac 107, EKMW 24
Arto Nadeau scored a win in the 100 for the Emus, who were defeated by Saranac May 1.
Jonathan Gay scored the only other win for the EKMW team in the 1,600.
Ticonderoga 87, AuSable Valley 36
Jay Hebert and Samuel DuShane each scored three wins as the Sentinels defeated AuSable Valley April 30. Hebert scored wins in the 110 hurdles, 400 relay and 200; while DuShane was victorious in the 3,200 relay, 1,600 and 800. Coleman Granger scored a win in the 100, while Skyler Gilbert won the 400 hurdles, John Cook the 3,200, Cody Shaner the shot put and Keegan Tierney the discus.
Girls track and field
Plattsburgh High 95, Ticonderoga 36
Lillith Ida scored wins in the high jump (4-4) and as a member of the 400 relay team as the Lady Sentinels fell to Plattsburgh High May 1. Hailey Kuhl, McKenzie Price and Rachel White teamed with Ida in the relay win.
Saranac 91, EKMW 41
Haile Snyder had three wins for the Lady Emus in a loss to CVAC track power Saranac May 1. Snyder scored wins in the 3,200 relay, 100 and 400 relay. Juliette Baker added a win in the 200.
AuSable Valley 69, Ticonderoga 60
The Lady Sentinels received a balanced effort from their athletes but came up just short against AuSable Valley April 30.
Lillith Ida (100 hurdles, 400 relay), Stacey Sierra (1,500, 800) and Rachel White (200, long jump) were multiple winners for Ticonderoga, while Natasha LaFrance won the shot put.
Peru 4.5, Moriah 1.5
Dylan Scozzafava recorded the lone win of the match May 5 with a 48, while Brandon Hammond shot a 50 to halve his match. Kyle Wilson was the medalist for the Vikings with a 44.
Lake Placid 6, Ticonderoga 0
Jacob Young and Zeshan Afzal each recorded rounds of 47 as the Sentinels were swept by Lake Placid May 15.
Schroon Lake 5.5, Crown Point .5
Nathan Pierce was the medalist for the Wildcats with a round of 42 in a 5-and-4 win to lead Schroon Lake past the Panthers May 5.
Alex Shaughnessy, Tanner Stone, TJ Garcia and Levi Williams also scored wins for the Wildcats, while Dan Hall halved his match with Crown Point’s John-Roch Sears.
Elizabethtown-Lewis 3, Schroon Lake 3
(ELCS wins tiebreacker by 19 strokes)
Tanner Stone, Levi Williams and TJ Garcia scored match wins for the Wildcats, who tied in match played but were defeated by Elizabethtown-Lewis by 19 strokes.
Stone and Alex Shaughnessy were the low rounds for the Wildcats with matching 44’s.
Willsboro 4, Crown Point 2
John-Roch Sears and Courtney Wranowski scored match victories for the Panthers against Willsboro May 2, while Noah Macey was the low golfer for the team with a 51.
Moriah 4, Northeastern Clinton 2
Kyle Wilson and Joey Stahl each shot nine-hole rounds of 42 in winning their respective matches to lead the Vikings to a team victory May 2.
Dylan Scozzafava (49) and Brandon Hammond (55) also scored wins, while Nick Rotella (57) dropped a one-stroke match.
Lake Placid 6, Moriah 0
Kyle Wilson paced the Vikings with a low round of 40 as the Vikings fell to Lake Placid May 1. Joey Stahl added a round of 42 while Dylan Scozzafava carded a 49.
Saranac 5.5, Ticonderoga .5
Dave Bevins shot a 60 in halving his match against Saranac April 28, the lone points for the Sentinels. Zeshan Afzal had the low round of 46 for Ticonderoga.
Willsboro 3, Schroon Lake 3
(Willsboro wins nine stroke tiebreaker)
Alex Shaughnessy, TJ Garcia and Levi Williams each scored wins for the Wildcats to tie in match play, but fell in stroke play against Willsboro April 28. Shaughnessy was the medalist for the match with a 43.