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Still, the Patriots kept things rolling with three singles to lead off the ninth and went on to score four more. Alexandra Hoey held the Blue Bombers to just two more runs, and was credited with the win after having come on in the sixth.

Karly Lincoln went 4-for-6 for the Patriots while Johanna Recny and Shiloh Bourgeois each had two hits.

Elizabethtown-Lewis 17, Willsboro 3

ELIZABETHTOWN – The Warriors proved no match for the pitching and hitting of Elizabethtown-Lewis in MVAC softball.

Andrea LeVien drove in four runs on two hits while going the distance for the win for the second time in two days.

Kearstin Ashline also notched four RBI for the Lions with a double and a single.

Serene Holland, Anna Daly, and Jade Sayward each drove home runs for Willsboro.

Johnsburg 14, Westport 8

JOHNSBURG – Six runs in the sixth inning was enough for the Jaguars to put the game out of reach for Westport in MVAC softball.

Senior Kalika Hopkins notched two hits for the Eagles, who scored in spurts, but couldn't fend off Johnsburg's offense. Mallory Sudduth suffered the loss on the mound.


Willsboro 4, Bolton 3

BOLTON – Lucas Strong hit the game-winning RBI and earned a win on the mound against Bolton in MVAC baseball.

A couple of first-inning errors by the Eagles allowed Willsboro to take a 2-0 lead. The Warriors would stay a step ahead of Bolton with two hits apiece from Clay Sherman and Jordon Blanchard. Strong's sacrifice fly in the fifth would be enough to secure the win.

Elizabethtown-Lewis 21, Willsboro 6

LEWIS – The Lions got their first win of the season with a great offensive performance against Willsboro in MVAC baseball.

Elizabethtown-Lewis scored 11 runs in the sixth inning, punctuated by a three-run homer by Ben Goff, who also had a double and two singles. Brandon Quain added a three-run homer of his own in the fifth.

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