Crown Point’s Nathan Tabor slides safely into third base as Chazy’s Craig Botten makes a play during Mountain and Valley Athletic Conference baseball action April 18. Crown Point won, 8-2.
Photo by Nancy Frasier.
Crown Point 8, Chazy 2
Crown Point defeated defending Mountain and valley Athletic Conference champion Chazy, 8-2, in baseball action April 18.
Nate Tabor dominated on the mound for the Panthers, striking out 18 while allowing three hits and one earned run.
Crown Point led 4-2 before a pair of Chazy errors opened the door for a four-run rally that iced the game in the sixth inning.
Tanner Macey, Robbie Macey, Joe Foote, Gabe macey, Jaice Spring and Tabor had hits for the Panthers.
Schroon 24, Westport 6
Schroon Lake thrashed Westport, 24-6, in Mountain and Valley Athletic Conference baseball play April 18.
Matt Savarie and Dylan Jack each had three hits to key the Wildcat attack. Jeffery Armstrong, Jordan Taylor and Jim Bowen added two hits apiece.
Armstrong threw five innings of no-hit baseball and struck out nine to earn the win.
Moriah 9, AuSable Valley 4
Moriah topped AuSable Valley, 9-4, in Champlain Valley Athletic Conference baseball action April 18.
Jordan Greenough had three hits, including a triple and an RBI, to pace the Vikings. Tom Callahan had two hits and drove in three runs.
Jimmy Curran got the pitching win, striking out 10 in going the distance.
Ticonderoga 17, NAC 3
Ticonderoga rolled over Northern Adirondack, 17-3, in Champlain Valley Athletic Conference baseball action April 18.
Nate Lenhart and Troy Granger each knocked out three hits to lead the Sentinels. Quentin Austin, Joe Gonyeau and Jordan Woods each had a pair of hits.
Ti was helped by 11 NAC errors.
Austin picked up the victory for Ticonderoga, tossing four innings. Lenhart finished the game.
Crown Point 13, Chazy 1
Crown Point trounced Chazy, 13-1,in Mountain and Valley Athletic Conference softball action April 18.
Alexandra Macey pitched a one-hitter, striking out 18, for the Panthers. She helped her cause with two hits and three RBI.