Week in Sports

Cody Stockwell and Chris Clarke both go for the ball against Beekmantown.

Cody Stockwell and Chris Clarke both go for the ball against Beekmantown. Photo by Nancy Frasier.

Beekmantown 8, Moriah 0

While the Vikings recorded eight hits against Beekmantown May 1, they were unable to get any baserunners across the plate in falling to the Eagles.

Jarrod MacDougall had a pair of hits for the Vikings, while Tom Rancour, Sam Russo and Chris Clarke split time on the mound in the loss.

Crown Point 7, Schroon Lake 3

The Panthers scored four runs in the bottom of the sixth inning to break open a tie game and earn the win over the Wildcats April 30.

Brendan Corwningshield had a double while scoring a pair of runs and driving in two more for Crown Point while Jaice Spring started the game with seven strikeouts for the win and Joe Foote picked up the save with eight strikeouts.

Eric Pardis struck out four in six innings in the loss, while Justin Lough and Derek DeZalia had strong defensive games for the Wildcats.

Ticonderoga 13, Moriah 0

The Sentinels scored nine runs in the fourth inning to pull away and complete the season sweep of the Vikings April 29.

Ryan Trudeau and Dom Banish each collected two hits in the win, while Konner Bruce drove in a pair and Jarryn Granger took the win on the mound, striking out seven. Michael Graney pitched the final two innings for the win.

Jordan Greenough and Chris Clarke had the lone singles for the Vikings, while Jarrod MacDougall took the loss on the mound.

Ticonderoga 13, AuSable Valley 1

Ryan Trudeau struck out 13 Patriots in six innings of work while collecting a pair of singles, one double and two RBI in the Sentinel victory April 28.

Quentin Austin had three hits, including a home run and double, while Michael Graney added a double to the Ticonderoga 16-hit performance. Dom Banish finished out the game on the mound.

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