Varsity Softball Action

Orange Pitcher Kaylie Miller hit two triples to lead her team in this Mountain and Valley softball game May 7.

Her teammate Murphy Farrell went 3 for 4 with a triple.

For Bolton, Sophomore Roselynn Denne doubled and Junior Charlotte Caldwell tallied two singles. Bolton scored one run apiece in the second third and sixth innings.

The game handed talented Sophomore Pitcher Tori Persons her first loss of the game as her record slid to 6-1.

Indian Lake remains undefeated in the league at 7-0, 7-1 overall. Bolton moved to 6-1 in the league and 6-2 overall.

Corinth 26,

North Warren 2

CORINTH - The Tomahawks overpowered North Warren in an offensive onslaught Monday.

Corinth scored 16 runs in the second inning against North Warren in the game that was called off in the fifth inning.

Argyle 16,

North Warren 0

ARGYLE - Five errors and frigid bats hampered North Warren as they tangled with Argyle May 7 in softball.

Scots Pitchers Krista Depew and Megan McWhorter teamed up on a one-hitter as Argyle defeated North Warren 16-0.

Depew struck out eight batters in four innings before passing the torch to McWhorter. Rachael Kenney served on the mound for the Cougars, who scored one hit in the afternoon. With the loss, North Warren, which showed new life this year early in the season, moved to 1-9 in the Adirondack League.

Lake George 11,

Hadley-Luzerne 0

LAKE GEORGE - Katelyn Callahan extended her team's campaign toward a League championship with her blistering, aggressive pitching in a one-hit matchup Monday against Hadley-Luzerne.

Keeping her team undefeated for 2010, tallied 17 strikeouts and no walks.

Senior Warrior Molly Blackmon hit a double and a single, and Callahan hit a double and two RBIs.

But it was perhaps Lake George's base running that stole the show in this tilted matchup, as they racked up 13 stolen bases.

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