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Ti in title game; Crown Point advances

Ticonderoga was given the top seed in the Section VII Class C softball tournament and a bye into the championship game.

The Sentinels faced Northern Adirondack for the title and a berth in the state tournament Wednesday.

Panthers advance

Crown Point advanced to the semifinals of the Section VII Class D softball tournament with an 8-0 win against Moriah May 28.

Alex Macey, Lauren Brace and Jessica Potter each had two hits and a RBI for the Panthers. Heather Bemis added two base knocks.

Chelsea Dushane and Lindsay Brace combined to hurl a two-hitter for Crown Point, striking out 15 batters.

Dana Aurilio and Samantha Slattery had hits for Moriah.

Moriah 12, Schroon 3

Samantha Slattery hit and pitched Moriah past Schroon Lake, 12-3, in the opening round of the Section VII Class D softball tournament May 26.

Slattery had three hits for the Vikings, who raced to a 6-0 lead after two innings. On the mound she hurled a six-hitter and fanned 11.

Dana Aurilio added two hits for Moriah.

Schroon Lake got four hits from Rebecca Armstrong.

Ticonderoga 9, Seton 0

Katie Karkoski and Hayley Best combined to throw a one-hitter as Ticonderoga topped Seton Catholic, 9-0, in Champlain Valley Athletic Conference softball play May 24.

Karkoski didn't allow a hit in four innings. She also paced the Ti offense with three hits and three runs batted in.

Best chipped in with two hits and a RBI.

AVCS 17, Moriah 5

AuSable Valley downed Moriah, 17-5, in Champlain Valley Athletic Conference softball play May 24.

Hayley Waldron and Lauren Pelkey each had two hits for the Vikings.

Ticonderoga 7, Saranac 3

Ticonderoga downed a generous Saranac team, 7-3, in Champlain Valley Athletic Conference softball play May 25.

The Chiefs committed eight errors and allowed five unearned runs.

Qirsten Ross and Taylor Ward each had three hits for Ti.

Katie Karkoski fanned 12 in getting the pitching win.

NAC 9, Moriah 8

A Moriah rally fell shot as the Vikings lost to Northern Adirondack, 9-8, in Champlain Valley Athletic Conference softball play May 25.

Trailing 9-5 in the final inning, Moriah pushed across three runs, but couldn't get the equalizer home.

Samantha Slattery had two hits, including a home run, and two runs batted in for the Vikings.

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