Ticonderoga came from behind to beat Northern Adirondack, 5-4, and claim its fifth straight Section VII Class C baseball championship June 1.
The Sentinels will now advance to the New York State Public High School Athletic Association Class C tournament, scheduled to begin Monday. Ti will face the Section X winner.
Ticonderoga trailed 4-2 against NAC.
A double by Tyler Bush plated a run in the fifth to make it 4-4.
In the sixth inning Kaleb Bruce walked with two outs and was replaced by pinch runner Robert Kearns, who stole second base. Jake Taylor followed with a base hit to drive home the championship run.
Nate Laundree got the pitching win, working in relief of starter Robert teRiele.
Moriah 4, Minerva-Newcomb 2
Moriah reached the semifinals of the Section VII Class D baseball tournament by beating Minerva-Newcomb, 4-2, May 30.
The Vikings faced Schroon Lake for a berth in the championship game.
Tyler Trombley got the mound victory, allowing three hits and fanning 1.
Tim Martin had three hits for the Vikings. Nick Marcotte and Tim Armstrong each had two knocks for the locals.
Schroon Lake 4, Westport 0
Schroon Lake topped Westport, 4-0, in the quarterfinals of the Section VII Class D baseball tournament May 30.
The Wildcats faced Moriah for a berth in the championship game.
Lane Paradis worked six innings, allowing four hits, to pace the Wildcats. He helped his own cause with a run-scoring single at the plate.
Brian Horton and Ethan Tyrrell each had two hits for Schroon.
Lake Placid 8, Crown Point 1
Crown Point lost to Lake Placid, 8-1, in the quarterfinals of the Section VII Class D baseball tournament May 30.
The Panthers managed just three hits against Lake Placid ace James Kordziel.
Moriah 6, ELCS 1
Moriah advanced in the Section VII Class D baseball tournament with a 6-1 win against Elizabethtown-Lewis May 29.