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Crown Point clinches MVAC title

Ti, Moriah, Schroon win events

Schroon Lake’s Jeff Armstrong slides as Crown Point’s Gabe Macey applies the tag. Crown Point clinched the Mountain and Valley Athletic Conference Division I championship with a 14-4 win against Schroon Lake May 21.

Schroon Lake’s Jeff Armstrong slides as Crown Point’s Gabe Macey applies the tag. Crown Point clinched the Mountain and Valley Athletic Conference Division I championship with a 14-4 win against Schroon Lake May 21. Photo by Nancy Frasier.

Baseball

Crown Point 14, Schroon 4

Crown Point clinched the Mountain and Valley Athletic Conference Division I championship with a 14-4 win against Schroon Lake May 21.

The Panthers are 11-0 in the MVAC and 12-0 overall.

Jaice Spring led the Panthers with four hits, four runs batted in and three runs scored.

Tanner Macey added three hits and scored three times for the champs. Mike DuShane and Joe Foote each had two knocks for Crown Point.

Nathan Tabor got the pitching win, working five innings in relief. He fanned 10 and didn’t allow a run.

Schroon Lake managed just two hits, a two-run double by Jordan Taylor and a single by Nathan Wilson.

Bekmantown 6, Moriah 4

Moriah lost to Beekmantown, 6-4, in Champlain Valley Athletic Conference baseball play May 21.

Moriah held a 4-3 advantage before the Eagles rallied to win with a three-run sixth inning.

Tim Breeyear hit a two-run home run to put Moriah ahead 4-3 in the fifth inning.

Mike Badger added two hits for the Vikings.

NCCS 7, Ticonderoga 3

Northeastern Clinton beat Ticonderoga, 7-3, in Champlain Valley Athletic Conference baseball play May 21.

NCCS used a six-run third inning rally to pave the way to victory.

Quentin Austin had three hits for Ti.

Doug Wilson and Nate Lenhart each had two hits for the Sentinels. Wilson had a two-run homer.

Softball

Crown Point 15, Schroon 3

Crown Point rolled past Schroon Lake, 15-3, in Mountain and Valley Athletic Conference softball action May 21.

Alexandra Macey pitched and hit the Pantehrs to victory. She hurled five innings on the hill and added two hits and two runs batted in at the plate.

Hunter Spaulding had two hits and Ellen Kiely drove home two runs for the winners.

Amanda Wolf and Hailey White each hit home runs fofor Crown Point.

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