Week in Sports 5/8

LAKE LUZERNE - North Warren continued their struggle to establish their offensive rhythm Monday as they lost a Varsity baseball game to Hadley-Luzerne 7-1.

Eagles Pitcher Scott Combs allowed the Cougars only two hits with one earned run and struck out eight in the Adirondack League contest. Greg Dower, a Junior, pitched for North Warren.

The Cougars are now 1-6 in the league, 1-7 overall.

Minerva-Newcomb 9,

Bolton 2

MINERVA - Minerva-Newcomb's pitching sensation Tatsuki Miyazoto recorded his second consecutive 16-strikeout performance for the Mountaineers - and unfortunately, Bolton was the victim in this 9-2 defeat of the Eagles April 30.

Morgan Winslow led Minerva-Newcomb's hitting attack with two singles. With the loss, Bolton drops to 1-4 in the Mountain and Valley Athletic Conference, and 1-6 overall.

Willsboro 4,

Bolton 3

BOLTON LANDING - Willsboro's Clay Sherman had two hits and his team scored three unearned runs to beat Bolton 4-3 on April 29.

Jake Nittmann recorded two hits for Bolton. Tyler Calzada pitched for the Eagles, which had doubles from Nittmann, Caleb Kneeshaw and Sean Donohue.

Fort Edward 10,

Warrensburg 4

FORT EDWARD - Fort Edward rallied in the fifth inning for six runs behind the bat of Robert Hendricks April 28 as the Forts defeated Warrensburg 10-4. The matchup was Warrensburg's first 2010 Adirondack League loss.

Hendricks tallied two hits and drove in three runs in the game, aided by Jordan Williams' two RBIs. Forts Pitcher Mike Taft boosted his sterling record to 4-0 in the victory.

Mike Perrone, pitcher for the Burghers, singled twice for Warrensburg.

Lake George 3,

Whitehall 1

LAKE GEORGE - The Lake George Warriors baseball team combined solid defense and produced just enough hits April 28 to edge out Whitehall 3-1

Warrior Junior Curtis McCoy pitched a complete game with the poise his team is famous for, allowing only three hits while striking out four. His accurate throws resulted in not one walk.

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