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Ti, Crown Point still winning

Ticonderoga beat Seton Catholic, 15-3, in Champlain Valley Athletic Conference softball play May 11.

Ashley St. Andrews lashed out four hits for the Sentinels.

Hayley Best and Katie Karkoski combined to allow five hits and fan 10 on the mound for Ti.

AVCS 10, Moriah 0

Moriah lost to AuSable Valley, 10-0, in Champlain Valley Athletic Conference softball play May 11.

Courtney Waldron had all three hits for Moriah.

Willsboro 11,

Schroon Lake 10

Willsboro edged Schroon Lake, 11-10, in nine innings in Mountain and Valley Athletic Conference softball action May 11.

Stevie Burrows had four hits, including the game winner, for the Warriors.

Korinne Talham had three hits and three RBI for Schroon. Mindy Whitty added a pair of hits and two RBI for the locals.

Crown Point 13,

Minerva-Newcomb 0

Chelsea Dushane and Lindsay Brace combined on a no-hitter as Crown Point Minerva-Newcomb, 13-0, in Mountain and Valley Athletic Conference softball action May 12.

Dushane worked four innings, fanning nine. Brace worked the final three innings, striking out six.

It was nearly a perfect game. Minerva-Newcomb drew a walk in the final inning to finally get a base runner.

Jessica Potter had four hits for the Panthers, driving home two runs.

Paige Dolback had three hits and three RBI. Heather Bemis and Ashley Morgan each had two hits for the locals.

Moriah 11, Lake Placid 2

Moriah topped Lake Placid, 11-2, in Champlain Valley Athletic Conference softball play May 15.

Samantha Slattery hurled a five-hitter for the Vikings.

Kaycee Kolodzey had three hits for the Vikings, while Ashleigh Allen and Kayla Gagnon each had two.

Ticonderoga 24, NAC 0

Hayley Best fired a one-hitter to lead Ticonderoga past Northern Adirondack, 24-0, in Champlain Valley Athletic Conference softball play May 15.

Chelsea Budwick paced the Ti offense with four hits and four runs batted in.

Schroon Lake 6, Keene 5

Schroon Lake edged Keene, 6-5, in Mountain and Valley Athletic Conference softball action May 15 - despite getting only two hits.

Jocelyn Bowen and Brandi Planty had hits for the Wildcats, who capitalized on eight Keene errors.

Ashley Whitty earned the mound win.

Crown Point 10, Chazy 2

Crown Point remained undefeated by beating Chazy, 10-2, in Mountain and Valley Athletic Conference softball action May 15.

Paige Dolback and Jessica Potter each hit homers for the Panthers. Dolback added two other hits.

Chelsea Dushane and Potter combined to fire a two-hitter.

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