Ticonderoga’s Megan Campney applies a tag as Northern Adirondack’s Autumn Rabideau dives back into first base during Section VII Class C softball tournament action May 25. Ti won, 14-1, to advance to the section championship game.
Photo by Nancy Frasier.
Ticonderoga and Moriah will face off for the Section VII Class C baseball championship.
The Sentinels and Vikings advanced with wins in the semifinal round of the Section VII CLass C tournament May 25.
The title game will be played Tuesday, May 29, at SUNY-Plattsburgh at 4:30 p.m.
Ticonderoga 3, Lake Placid 0
Nate Lenhart fired a two-hitter as Ticonderoga beat Lake Placid, 3-0, in the semifinal round.
The Sentinels took a 1-0 lead in the first inning as Lenhart walked, stole second and scored on Doug Wilson’s single.
Ticonderoga scored twice in the third inning. Troy Granger walked, took second on a passed ball and scored on an infield single by Miles Austin. Wilson then singled to plate Austin.
Moriah 9, NAC 1
Jeffery Greenough pitched Moriah past Northern Adirondack, 9-1, in the semifinal round.
Greenough hurled a five-hitter, fanning 11 for the Vikings.
Jimmy Curran had four hits to key the Moriah attack.
Greenough added two hits at the plate, while Tim Breeyear drove home two runs for the winners.
Ticonderoga to play for title
Ticonderoga defeated Northern Adirondack, 14-1, in the semifinal round of the Section VII Class C softball tournament May 25.
The win advances the Sentinels to the section championship game against Lake Placid May 30 at SUNY-Plattsburgh at 4 p.m.
Andrea Rich had four hits and drove in two runs to pace Ti against NAC.
Megan Campney and Jordan McKee each added three hits for the Sentinels.
Kiley Austin tossed a five-hitter to get the pitching win.
Lake Placid 5, Moriah 3
Moriah was eliminated from the Section VII Class C softball tournament by Lake Placid, 5-3, May 25.
The game was deadlocked, 3-3, when Kelsey Taylor tripled in the game-winning run in the sixth inning.
Lindsay Brace, Lauren Brace, Emily Cutting and Samantha Wright had hits for Moriah.
Williams tops local linksters
Ian Williams of Schroon Lake led local linksters at the Section VII individual golf championship tournament May 25.
Williams fired rounds of 83 and 91 for a 174 to take 13th place.
Matt Filler of Schroon had am 86-90-176 to tie for 15th place.
Moriah’s Keith Ida went 88-94-182 for 19th place and Moriah’s Dylan Scozzafava posted an 89-96-185 for 20th place.