John Hubbard drove in three runs, while Nick Ball and Patrick Wells added two runs batted in.
John Pollock struck out eight while hitting a single and a double in a winning effort. Warriors pitching held the Lions to a lone hit.
Schroon Lake 9, Willsboro 4
The Warriors scored all of their runs in the final two innings, but were unable to make it all the way back against the Wildcats May 11. Clayton Cross had three singles and two runs batted for the Warriors, while Nick Ball, John Pollock and Brandon Bertrand each doubled in the loss.
Malone 11, Tupper Lake 3
Malone scored four runs in the third in beating the Lumberjacks May 11.
Josh Facteau had a pair of singles, stolen bases and runs scored for the Lumberjacks, while Jordan Garrow scored the other run of the game.
Mike Kavanagh drove home a run with a double.
Keene/Westport 4, Wells 0
Sam Earl finished a strikeout shy of his season best with 17, scattering three hits while shutting out the Indians May 11.
Earl and David Quglietta each drove home runners in the game, while Ethan Markwica collected a pair of hits for the Beagles.
Chazy 24, ELCS 2
The Eagles used six extra-base hits, including three homers, to get past the Lions May 11.
Ricky Osier (three-run), Josh Peete (two) and Michael Ryba (one) each hit home runs for the Eagles, while Austin Santor had two doubles and Kyle Bissonette had a double as part of a two-hit performance. Kaleb Snide and Peete each had three hits in the game, while Craig Botten had two hits.
Peete and Jacob Kennedy shared pitching duties, whit Kennedy pitching the final four innings for the win. The duo combined to allow just four hits.
Zach LaPier drove in both runs for the Lions in the third inning.