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ELCS, LPCS, AVCS and SLCS advance in Section VII softball playoffs

Emily Plumadore drove in Johanna Recny with the game-tying run in the sixth inning, while Samantha Vallieres drove in Recny with the go-ahead run. Plumadore then scored on a passed ball and Brittany Friedrich then drove in the final run of the inning with a single.

Alexis Facteau added a double and single, while Jessica Baker had a double.

Friedrich scored the win on the mound for the Patriots, striking out 11 and allowing five hits.

Lake Placid 8, NAC 2

The Lady Blue Bombers scored five runs in the top of the seventh inning to break open the game and advance to the Section VII/Class C finals with a win over the Lady Bobcats May 28.

Brenna Whitney led the seventh inning attack with a two-run double, while Danielle Balestrini, Megan Riley and Alexis Nichols also drove in runs for the Blue Bombers.

Balestrini and Haley Brandes each had three hits in the game.

ELCS 11, Schroon Lake 0

The Lady Lions scored in four of their teams six at-bats in shutting out the Lady Wildcats May 28 and advancing to the Section VII/Class D semifinals.

Andrea Le Vien struck out nine batters while earning the win for the Lions. Offensively, Kylee Cassavaugh had two hits and three RBI, with Kearstin Ashline, Alyssa Sullivan and Jen McGinn each tallying one hit apiece.

Saranac Lake 8, Beekmantown 5

The Lady Red Storm scored sin runs in the sixth inning to get past the Lady Eagles in the Section VII/Class B quarterfinals May 29.

Sydney Battistoni had a pair of singles, a double and a run batted in for the Red Storm, while Chelsea LaFountain connected on a triple, single and RBI, Sarah Drake contributed two hits and two RBI, Megan Moody had a double and two RBI, and Brooke Fitzgerald hit a double. Nicole Viscardo earned the win on the mound.

Kendra LaFountain and Emily Raville each drove in a run for the Eagles, while Dakota Prue and Hilarie Ladieu had hits.

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