Cougars come back to beat Eagles in ninth

The Cougars scored three runs in the top of the seventh to force extra innings and scored the go-ahead run in the top of the ninth to beat the Eagles, 6-5, April 29.

Jamie Davison pitched the first four innings for the Cougars, and then later delivered the go-ahead run on a double in the ninth inning in support of reliever Dalton Castine, who worked four scoreless innings.

Rob Armstrong also had two hits for the Cougars, while Luke Weaver collected four hits for the Eagles.

PHS 2, Peru 1

Will Love scored one run and drove in the other as the Hornets scored a hard fought pitching duel against the Indians April 28.

Robbie Knowles scored on a Love sacrifice fly in the third inning. Love was also picked up on the mound by Knowles, with Love earning the win and Knowles notching a save in a one-run game.

Will Flynn drove in the lone run for the Indians in the person of Taylor Spear. Flynn also pitched a complete game in the loss.

Saranac 9, Saranac Lake 1

Brady Buirleigh dazzled on the mound again, allowing only one hit in a complete game win and collecting four hits and two runs batted in to lead the Chiefs past the Red Storm April 29.

Burleigh had the only extra base hit in the game, a double. Jordan Gillespie added four more hits for the Chiefs, while Dylan Everleth hit three.

Tyler O'Neill took the loss for the Red Storm.

Chazy 15, ELCS 0

Ricky Osier pitched three no-hit innings for the Eagles, which was followed by two no-hit innings from Kyle Bissonette and two more from Nathan Reynolds as Chazy blanked the Lions in the runs and hits column April 29.

Kaleb Snide was a double shy of the cycle, recording a single, triple and home run to go with three runs batted in.

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