Cody Stockwell and Chris Clarke both go for the ball against Beekmantown.
Photo by Nancy Frasier.
Ticonderoga 4, Beekmantown 2
Ryan Trudeau was impressive on the mound for the Sentinels May 5, striking out 12 Beekmantown batters in a complete game victory. Blake Gautreau had a single and double at the plate, while Quentin Austin hit a triple.
Moriah 4, Saranac 2, 8 inn.
Tom Rancour drove in a pair of Vikings in the top of the eighth inning and Chris Clarke made the runs hold as Moriah defeated Saranac May 5.
Rancour and Clarke were joined by CJ Raymond as the only players to record a hit for the Vikings, who took advantage of a pair of Saranac errors.
Indian Lake/Long Lake 10, Crown Point 7
The Orange scored nine runs in the second inning and then held off a Panther rally for the win May 2.
Henry Sandiford struck out 10 batters, going the distance for the win, while battery mate Shane Short hit a triple, one of two hits the Orange had in the win while taking advantage of five Crown Point errors.
Gabe Macey and Brendan Crowningshield each had two hits for the Panthers, while Sam Millington hit a double.
Schroon Lake 10, Minerva/Newcomb 4
The Wildcats scored in all but the fifth inning in defeating the Mountaineers May 2.
Aidin Finnerty led a balanced 12-hit attack with a single and double for Schroon Lake, while Branden Hall and Derek DeZalia also recorded two hits.
Eric Paradis had 11 strikeouts in throwing a complete game victory, while Alex Rubacki was able to figure out the Schroon Lake pitcher for two of the Mountaineers six hits.
Ticonderoga 16, Saranac Lake 1
Dom Banish limited Saranac Lake bats to just five hits while collecting three of his own at the plate to lead the Sentinels to victory May 2.
Banish struck out 10 in the win. Blake Gautreau and Aaron Bush each had two hits, while Quentin Austin connected for a double.