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Crown Point shuts out Ticonderoga

Schroon, Moriah record wins

Nate Tabor had two RBI and scored four times for Crown Point as the Panthers beat Ticonderoga, 11-0, April 20.

Nate Tabor had two RBI and scored four times for Crown Point as the Panthers beat Ticonderoga, 11-0, April 20. Photo by Nancy Frasier.

Baseball

Crown Point 11, Ticonderoga

Crown Point earned local bragging rights by beating Ticonderoga, 11-0, in non-league baseball action April 20.

Tanner Macey fired a five-hitter, fanning eight to pace the Panthers.

Jon Spaulding had two hits and drove in three runs for Crown Point, while Nate Tabor had two RBI and scored four times.

The Panthers ran wild on the bass, stealing 10 bags against the Sentinels.

Jordan Woods had two hits for Ticonderoga.

Schroon Lake 20, Johnsburg 7

Matt Savarie exploded to lead Schroon Lake past Johnsburg, 20-7, in Mountain and Valley Athletic Conference baseball play April 20.

Savarie blasted three home runs, had a triple and drove in seven runs for the Wildcats.

Jim Bowen contributed three hits, while Justin Wachowki rapped two doubles.

Joe DeZalia toed the hill for Schroon, scattering five hits in earning the victory.

Moriah 10, NAC 9

Moriah edged Northern Adirondack, 10-9, in Champlain Valley Athletic Conference baseball play April 20.

Moriah trailed 9-8 heading into the bottom of the seventh inning when Jimmy Curran walked, stole second and advanced to third on a throwing error. He then scored the game-tying run on Jordan Greenough’s sacrifice fly.

In the eighth inning, Jeffery Greenough connected on a two-out triple and scored the winning run on a wild pitch.

Jeffery Greenough also got the pitching win, working the final five innings, striking out eight.

Softball

Schroon 22, Johnsburg 9

Miranda DeZalia pitched and hit Schroon Lake past Johnsburg, 22-9, in Mountain and Valley Athletic Conference softball action April 20.

DeZalia hurled a four-hitter and struck out eight in getting her first varsity win. At the plate she had three hits and drove home six runs.

Desiree Lanoue had two hits and three RBI for Schroon Lake. Abby Veverka chipped in with three singles.

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