Baseball teams wrap up regular season, prepare for sectionals


The Bobcats rallied with two runs in the top of the seventh inning, but were unable to make it all the way back as the CVAC Division I champions scored a win May 21.

Robbie Knowles threw no-hit baseball through the first six innings, and was relieved by battery mate C.J. Worley, who recorded the save. Worley also had a pair of hits.

For the Bobcats, Tyler Mesec struck out five in six innings for the loss, while Troy Labombard broke up the no-hit bid by Knowles with a one-out single in the seventh and Garrett Gero drove a pair in one the second hit of the game.

Peru 4, Ti 3

The Indians scored the game-winning run in the fourth inning to beat the Sentinels May 21.

Dominick Delello struck out seven in earning the win for the Indians, while Mike Holdridge had a single and double and Nick Uliva had a double.

Beekmantown 10, Lake Placid 3

Frank Buksa drove in half of the runs for the Eagles as they defeated the Blue Bombers May 21.

Eric LaBonte went the distance on the mound for the Eagles, striking out six while scattering four hits. Brandon Buksa, Luke Weaver and Tavon Ford-Relation each had two hits.

Kylar Coventry led the Blue Bombers with two hits and R.J. Reid hit a double.

NCCS 3, Ti 2

Jamie Davison struck out 13 Sentinels and surrendered only two hits as the Cougars scored a one-run victory May 20.

Matt Letourneau had three hits and a pair of runs batted in. Dylan Carter added two hits, while Davison and Rob Armstrong each doubled.

Beekmantown 12, Saranac 5

The Eagles scored nine runs in the middle innings to get past the Chiefs May 20.

Luke Weaver finished a home run shy of the cycle on offense for the Eagles, while Austin Bradish and Brandon Buksa had three hits, Eric LaBonte had a pair two doubles and Seth Pelkey collected two hits. Keon Jahanbakhsh earned the win on the mound.

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