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AuSable Valley 12, Northern Adirondack 7

ELLENBURG - The Patriot hitters were just too much for Northern Adirondack as AuSable Valley slugged their way to a 12-7 win in CVAC softball May 14.

AuSable Valley jumped out to an 8-2 lead after three innings, helped by Kelly McBrearity's home run. Johanna Recny hit two doubles for the Patriots while Amanda Hamilton had three hits, one of which was a double.

Alexandra Hoey went the distance in the win.

NCCS 13, Saranac Lake 5

SARANAC LAKE - A big fifth inning allowed the Cougars to stun Saranac Lake 13-5 in CVAC softball May 14.

Northeastern Clinton plated 10 runs in the fifth after trailing 5-3. Taylor Kelsey came on in the fourth for NCCS and shut out the Red Storm the rest of the way.

Sarah Drake had two RBI on two hits for Saranac Lake while Gabby Lewis went 3-for-4 with a double and an RBI. Jackie Cummings also added two hits and an RBI.

Kelsey Blanchard was charged with the loss in her seven-inning effort.

Ticonderoga 11, Saranac Lake 3

TICONDEROGA - The Sentinels exploded for eight runs through the fourth, fifth, and sixth innings as they held of Saranac Lake in CVAC softball May 17.

Haley Best and Katie Karkosky combined for a three-hitter against the Red Storm, who got hits from Jen Peryeah, Mallory Cotter, and Gabby Lewis.

Kelsey Blanchard suffered the loss on the mound.

Crown Point 11, Elizabethtown-Lewis 0

CROWN POINT - The Panthers won the battle of unbeatens with a convincing 11-0 win over Elizabethtown-Lewis May 17.

Lindsay Brace went the distance, pitching the no-hit shutout with just one walk. A single Crown Point error marred an otherwise perfect game.

The Panthers scored seven runs in the second and four more in the third. Brace, Chelsea DuShane, Lauren Brace, Alex Macey, and Jessica Potter each had two hits for Crown Point.

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