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Patriots scored season-opening win against Blue Bombers

Au SABLE FORKS - Dave Warner earned the opening win for the Patriots while Shane Douglas was part of five runs (3 RBIs, two runs) against the Blue Bombers April 25.

Kyle Sprague and John Sikandar also saw time on the mound for the Patriots, while TJ Burl also hit a double.

Mario Gonzalez hit a double for the Blue Bombers, while Donald Herzog and Chris Orsi worked on the mound.

Saranac Lake 4, Saranac 3

SARANAC -The Red Storm earned their first win of the season, holding off the Chiefs in the late innings April 25.

Michael Phelan hit a double for the Red Storm, while Tyler O'Neill had an RBI and run scored. O'Neill and Adam Mayville each had two hits in the game, while Brian Fortune struck out 11 batters in five innings to earn the win while Jonathan McCabe pitched the final two innings for the save.

Andrew Petro struck out six batters in five innings for the Chiefs, while Dylan Everleth hit a double.

Beekmantown 12, Moriah 7

MORIAH -Frank Buksa drove in three of the five runs scored in the second inning by the Eagles in beating the Vikings April 25.

Buksa finished with a pair of hits, while brother Brandon took the win on the mound with relief help from Foster Ebersole and Luke Weaver, who also hit a double.

PHS 11, NAC 2

PLATTSBURGH -Joe Tolosky started the CVACportion of the Hornet's 2011 schedule with a three-run homer as the team wrapped out 14 hits in a convincing win over the Bobcats April 25.

Anthony Porcelli pitched the first four innings to earn the win for the Hornets, striking out 11 of the 12 outs, while Robbie Knowles and Will Love followed on the mound.

Brian Latulipe (3-for-4) and Casey Buck (2-2) hit doubles for the Hornets, while Troy Labombard drove in both NAC runs with a double in the top of the fourth inning.

NCCS 5, Peru 0

CHAMPLAIN - Dalton Castine, Steven Carder and Jamie Davison combined for an opening game shutout for the Cougars against the Indians April 25.

Davison also drove in two runs for the Cougars, while Will Flynn pitched three innings in relief of starter Dominick Delello and hit a double for the Indians.

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