Nate Lenhart drives back into first base safely. Ticonderoga won the Champlain Valley Athletic Conference Division II championship with a 3-0 win against AuSable Valley May 22. Lenhart had two hits in the game for Ti.
Photo by Nancy Frasier.
Ticonderoga 3, AVCS 0
Ticonderoga won the Champlain Valley Athletic Conference Division II championship with a 3-0 win against AuSable Valley May 22.
Tanner Wright fired a two-hit shut out for the Sentinels, striking out six, on the hill.
Nate Lenhart had two hits for Ti.
Miles Austin and Troy Granger each had runs batted in for the locals.
Moriah 6, Lake Placid 4
Moriah edged Lake Placid, 6-4, in Champlain Valley Athletic Conference baseball play May 22.
Moriah tallied twice in the sixth to break a 4-4 tie and win the contest. Mike Badger had the game-winning hit and Jeff Greenough followed with a hit to plate an insurance run.
Badger and Greenough each had two hits. Badger had three RBI and Greenough two.
Greenough got the pitching win in relief.
Crown Point 8, Westport 2
Undefeated Crown Point wrapped up the Mountain and Valley Athletic Conference Division I softball crown with an 8-2 win against Westport May 22.
Brittany Foote had four hits and plated three runs to pace the Panthers.
Taylor Booth and Hailey White added two hits each for Crown Point.
Alexandra Macey hurled a two-hitter on the mound, fanning 10, to get the victory.
Moriah 20, NAC 4
Moriah ripped Northern Adirondack, 20-4, in Champlain Valley Athletic Conference softball play May 22.
The game was called after five innings.
Lindsay Brace lashed four hits and drove in five runs to lead the Vikings.
Symantha Wright and Jasmine Callis each had two hits for the winners.
Hailey Chapuk was the winning hurler, allowing four hits.
AuSable Valley edged Ticonderoga, 67-65, to win the Champlain Valley Athletic Conference Division II boys track and field championship May 22.
The teams entered the final meet of the season tied for first place.
Jay Hebert led Ti, winning the 110-meter hurdles and 200-meter dash.He also ran a leg on the winning 400-meter relay team with Dennis Townes, Ryan Borho and Coleman Granger.