Lightning strikes twice for Lake George in league showdown

Hartford 14,

North Warren 10

HARTFORD - North Warren kept its bats producing Friday as it held its own against the experienced Hartford team in a baseball game the Cougars ended up losing 10-14.

Leading the way for Hartford was Robert Petit with a single, double, triple and five RBIs.

For North Warren, Cody Higgins tallied a double, triple and three RBIs and Robert French hit a triple.

With the loss, North Warren moved to 1-5 in the Adirondack League, 1-6 overall.

Bolton 13,

Chazy 5

BOLTON LANDING -- The Bolton High Varsity Baseball team pumped adrenaline into their fans' veins April 22 as they launched a flurry of hits in the first inning to capture a 7-1 lead against Chazy and continued their scoring show to tally their first win of 2010.

Eagle Pitcher Tyler Calzada struck out six of Chazy's batters, and his varied pitches contained his opponents to three hits.

Eagle Sean Donohue drove in three runs with his two doubles. Jake Nitmann tallied three hits and Mitchell Jordan had two. With the win, Bolton is now 1-1 in their division in the Mountain and Valley Athletic Conference, 1-3 overall.

Hudson Falls 9,

Warrensburg 1

WARRENSBURG - The Burghers held the score down until the final inning in a baseball matchup last week against far-larger Hudson Falls.

Burgher John Joseph held off Hudson Falls to a mere two runs until the seventh inning, when the Tigers scored seven runs.

Three-sport Burgher standout Brendan Frye hit a triple and Joseph hit a double to lead their team. Warrensburg's record moved to 5-3 with the loss.

Saratoga Catholic 17,

Lake George 1

SARATOGA SPRINGS - The Lake George Warriors Baseball team got spanked Saturday by Saratoga Catholic, which put on an offensive show with a half-dozen hitters showing power, getting hits off Warrior standout Jack Clark.

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