A cold, windy afternoon is not exactly your ideal baseball weather, but the Beekmantown baseball team was able to hold onto an early lead in defeating visiting Peru, 4-3, in Champlain Valley Athletic Conference play Wednesday.
The Eagles jumped out to an early lead in their home opener, despite having to play on their junior varsity field.
Sophomore Brantley Marion took the rubber for Beekmantown and was nearly untouchable early in the game. Marion came out firing in the first inning, fanning two batters and forcing the other to groundout. The Indians struggled early on catching up to the youngster’s curveball, which seemed to be quite effective. READ MORE...
Marion throws Eagles past Indians
Brantley Marion throws a complete-game with seven strikeouts in leading Beekmantown past Peru in an early-season CVAC baseball battle.
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Peru girls slip past Beekmantown in CVAC tennis.
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Saranac, EKMW claim CVAC track wins
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Peru boys, Lake Placid girls in line for title repeats
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Chiefs, Sentinels look to repeat in CVAC softball
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Saranac Lake remains team to beat in CVAC golf
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Saranac boys chase sixth crown; Beekmantown girls set to defend
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