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Schroon Lake scores baseball victory

Moriah golfers win

Justin Lough helped Schroon Lake edge Wells, 5-4, in Mountain and Valley Athletic Conference baseball play May 4.

Justin Lough helped Schroon Lake edge Wells, 5-4, in Mountain and Valley Athletic Conference baseball play May 4. Photo by Nancy Frasier.

Baseball

Schroon Lake 5, Wells 4

Schroon Lake edged Wells, 5-4, in Mountain and Valley Athletic Conference baseball play May 4.

After Wells tied the game with two runs in the seventh inning, Schroon won it in the eight as Matt Savarie plated Dylan Jack on a fielder’s choice.

Jack and Savarie both had triples for Schroon Lake and each scored twice.

Joe DeZalia earned the mound win. DeZalia pitched out of a bases loaded jam in the bottom of the eighth, getting a strikeout for the final out.

Peru 4, Ticonderoga 1

Ticonderoga fell to Peru, 4-1, in Champlain Valley Athletic Conference baseball action May 4.

Blake Altizer’s two-run single in the first inning was the difference.

Tanner Wright pitched well for the Sentinels, striking out five, but suffered the loss.

Nate Lenhart had three of Ticonderoga’s four hits in the game.

Saranac 14, Moriah 1

Saranac downed Moriah, 14-1, in Champlain Valley Athletic Conference baseball action May 5.

Ben Weighmen just missed hitting for the cycle. He led Saranac with a single, double and triple.

Mike Badger had two hits for Moriah.

Chazy 13, Schroon 2

Chazy defeated Schroon Lake, 13-2, in Mountain and Valley Athletic Conference baseball play May 5.

Kyle Bisonette fired a four-hitter, fanning 12, to pace Chazy.

Jimmy Bowen had two hits for Schroon.

Softball

Wells 19, Schroon 16

Schroon Lake lost to Wells, 19-16, in Mountain and Valley Athletic Conference softball action May 4.

Schroon held a 16-15 lead in the final running before Wells rallied to win.

Lindsey Reynolds and Desiree Lanoue each had a double for Schroon.

Peru 7, Ticonderoga 4

Peru topped Ticonderoga, 7-4, in a battle of unbeatens in Champlain Valley Athletic Conference softball play May 4.

Ti took a 4-1 before Peru rallied to win. Breanna Martineau's double in the sixth inning scored three runs to tie the game for Peru. The Indians broke it open in the seventh with three more runs.

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