Sentinels win CVAC Division II championship

Ticonderoga rallied to win the Champlain Valley Athletic Conference Division II baseball championship May 25.

Trailing 9-0, the Sentinels stormed back for an 11-9 victory against Saranac Lake. The win gives Ti a 6-4 CVAC mark and 9-4 overall record.

Ticonderoga secured the win by exploding for 11 runs in the sixth inning. Tanner Purkey ripped a home run to start the inning. After a series of walks and hits got the Sentinels close, Doug Wilson blasted a two-run homer to put Ti on top. Bobby Grey had a two-run double in the frame and Jordan Woods added a run-scoring double.

Dan Morrison had three hits for the Sentinels. Grey and Woods each had a pair of knocks.

Ticonderoga 8, Saranac 5

Ticonderoga topped Saranac, 8-5, in Champlain Valley Athletic Conference baseball action May 23.

Tied at 2-2, Ti erupted for five runs in the fifth inning to secure the win. Bobby Grey and Dan Morrison belted home runs to fuel the uprising.

Tanner Purkey had three hits in the contest to lead the Sentinels. Morrison, Miles Austin and Doug Wilson each had two hits for Ti.

Peru 5, Moriah 0

Peru blanked Moriah, 5-0, in Champlain Valley Athletic Conference baseball action May 23.

Conor Casey hurled a four-hitter for the Indians. He fanned nine.

Crown Point 5, Moriah 1

Crown Point eliminated Moriah from the Section VII Class D baseball tournament, 5-1, May 25.

The Panthers struck early, scoring four runs in the opening inning.

Mike DuShane had two hits and drove home a run for the winners.

Nate Tabor gained the pitching win, striking out 10 and allowing two hits.

Justin Cutting and Jordan Greenough had the Vikings hits.

Schroon 6, Minerva-Newcomb 5

Schroon Lake rallied to beat Minerva-Newcomb, 6-5, in the Section VII Class D baseball tournament May 28.

The Wildcats scored three runs in the final inning for the win. Lance Paradis, Matt Savarie, Jeff Armstrong and Chris Veverka all had hits in the frame before Dylan Jack won it with a walk-off single.

Schroon only had six hits in the game - five in the final inning.

Paradis was the winning hurler, working three scoreless innings of relief.

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