Ticonderoga topped Moriah, 14-2, in Champlain Valley Athletic Conference baseball play April 25.
The game was played at Doubleday Field in Cooperstown, home to the Baseball Hall of Fame.
Anthony Barnao hit a home run and added two singles to pace the Sentinels.
Barnao's solo homer in the fifth gave the Sentinels a 4-2 lead before they exploded for 10 runs over the next two innings.
Robert teRiele gained the pitching win in relief. He allowed one hit and fanned seven in four-plus innings.
Steven Lenhart hit a double and two singles and drove in five runs for the Sentinels. Tyler Bush also had three hits.
Ryan Mascarenas started and suffered the loss for the Vikings.
AVCS 15, Moriah 3
Moriah fell to AuSable valley, 15-3, in Champlain Valley Athletic Conference baseball play April 20.
Kodi Gordon, Ricky Lee and Chris Thwaits had three hits apiece and the Patriots, who broke the game open with nine runs in the sixth inning.
Tim Martin had three hits, including a double, for Moriah. Teammates Ryan Mascarenas and Tyler Trombley each had two.
Ticonderoga 25, Seton 3
Ticonderoga crushed Seton Catholic, 25-3, in Champlain Valley Athletic Conference baseball play April 20.
Anthony Barnao led Ti with three hits, including a double and triple, while Steven Lenhart and Nate Laundree added two hits each. Tyler Bush capped the Sentinel scoring with a long grand slam in the sixth.
Robert teRiele pitched the first four innings in getting the win.
Crown Point 13, Johnsburg 1
Cody Wayman fired a no-hitter as Crown Point beat Johnsburg, 13-1, in Mountain and Valley Athletic baseball action April 20.
Wayman struck out 10 and walked just two. He also helped himself with two hits.
Nathan Tabor and Mac Kiely also had two hits apiece for Crown Point, which benefitted from nine bases on balls.