Hailey White helped Crown Point beat Willsboro, 4-1, in the first game of a doublehader May 14, but the Panthers had their conference winning streak snapped in the nightcap.
Photo by Nancy Frasier.
Crown Point 5, Willsboro 1
Willsboro 5, Crown Point 4
Crown Point and Willsboro split a twinbill in Mountain and Valley Athletic Conference softball action May 14. The Panthers won the opener, 4-1. Willsboro took the nightcap, 5-4.
The loss was Crown Point’s first this season and its first conference loss since April 26, 2008.
Alexandra Macey fired a no-hitter, fanning nine, as Crown Point won the first game.
Hailey White and Brittany Foote each had two hits for the Panthers.
Willsboro grabbed a 5-0 lead in the second game and held off a Crown Point comeback bid. The Panthers had the bases loaded in the final inning, but couldn’t get the tying run home.
ELCS 22, Schroon 8
Schroon Lake lost to Elizabethtown-Lewis, 22-8, in Mountain and Valley Athletic Conference softball action May 14.
Schroon hurt itself with seven walks and four errors as ELCS scored 13 times in the second inning.
Kianna Fiore had two hits for Schroon Lake.
Plattsburgh 8, Ticonderoga 6
Ticonderoga fell to Plattsburgh, 8-6, in Champlain Valley Athletic Conference softball play May 14.
Ti committed eight errors paving the way to defeat. Plattsburgh scored four unearned runs.
Andrea Rich had three three hits and Megan Campney two for the Sentinels.
Moriah 7, Beekmantown 2
Moriah topped Beekmantown, 7-2, in Champlain Valley Athletic Conference softball play May 14.
Lindsay Brace fired a three-hitter, striking out 10, to lead the Vikings to victory.
Moriah managed just two hits, by Brace and Symantha Wright, but scored seven runs.
ELCS 5, Schroon 1
Schroon Lake lost to Elizabethtown-Lewis, 5-1, in Mountain and Valley Athletic Conference baseball play May 14.
The Wildcats managed just two hits in the contest — by Jimmy Bowen and Eric Paradis.
Jeffery Armstrong was a tough-luck loser for Schroon, allowing just three hits and striking out seven. Schroon committed four errors behind him.