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Ticonderoga squeezes out baseball victory

Crown Point baseball, Ti softball win

Tanner Wright helped Ticonderoga beat Saranac Lake, 12-11, in Champlain Valley Athletic Conference baseball action April 25. Wright was the starting pitcher, but did not get a decision.

Tanner Wright helped Ticonderoga beat Saranac Lake, 12-11, in Champlain Valley Athletic Conference baseball action April 25. Wright was the starting pitcher, but did not get a decision. Photo by Nancy Frasier.

Baseball

Ticonderoga 12, Saranac Lake 11

Ticonderoga played small ball to beat Saranac Lake, 12-11, in Champlain Valley Athletic Conference baseball action April 25.

Joe Gonyeau ut down a suicide-squeeze bunt in the bottom of the eighth inning to plate the winning run after Jordan Woods walked and advanced to third on two other bunts.

Ticonderoga led the game, 11-4, before Saranac Lake rallied for seven runs to deadlock the contest in the seventh inning.

Gonyeau and Miles Austin led Ticonderoga with three hits each. Austin had a home run and three runs batted in.

Nate Lenhart got the mound win in relief.

NCCS 7, Moriah 3

Moriah lost to Northeastern Clinton, 7-3, in Champlain Valley Athletic Conference baseball action April 25.

The Cougars used a five-run second inning to secure the win.

Trevor Cheney had a double for Moriah. Jimmy Curran took the pitching loss.

Crown Point 12, ELCS

Crown Point shut out Elizabethtown-Lewis, 12-0, in Mountain and Valley Athletic Conference baseball play April 25.

Nate Tabor and Gabe Macey combined for 18 strikeouts and allowed two hits for the winners. Tabor allowed one hit and struck out 12 in five innings to get the win.

Tabor, Jaice Spring and Jon Spaulding each had three hits for the Panthers. Spaulding drove in three runs. Mike DuShane added two hit.

Softball

Ticonderoga 10, Beekmantown 3

Ticonderoga downed Beekmantown, 10-3, in CHamplain Valley Athletic Conference softball play April 25.

Kiley Austin struck out eight as she hurled a three-hitter for the Sentinels. Austin also had two hits for the Ti offense.

Katie Palandrani added two more hits for the Sentinels. Eight Ti players had at least one hit.

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