CROWN POINT — Chazy capitalized on Crown Point’s uncharacteristic wildness Monday to thrash the Panthers 16-5 and take over first place in the Northern Division of Mountain & Valley Athletic Conference baseball.
The Eagles (9-1, 8-1) were outhit 7-5, but made the most of 10 Panther errors, 11 bases on balls, four hit-batsmen and six wild pitches. Chazy put up a 7-spot in the fourth inning and another in the seventh.
Nathan Reynolds and Hayden Guay each drove in three runs while Josh Peete plated a pair with two hits.
Kyle Bisonette went the distance for the victory, striking out 12 while walking one and hitting one batter.
Luke Finamore had two hits for Crown Point (8-3), which suffered its first loss in the division.
The three Crown Point pitchers combined for 16 strikeouts.
Chazy 16, Crown Point 5
Chazy 200 700 7 — 16 5 3
Crown Point 100 000 4 — 5 7 10
Bisonette and Reynolds. Foote, Groshans (4), Pertak (7) and DuShane. WP- Bisoette. LP- Foote.
INDIAN LAKE/LONG LAKE 10
INDIAN LAKE — The Orange belted out six doubles and Colin Farrell was strong on the mound in their victory against the Mountaineers.
Farrell struck out 10 batters and allowed just two hits on his way to the victory for Indian Lake/Long Lake (6-4).
Henry Sandiford went 3-for-3 from the plate with two doubles and three RBI. Matt Moore added two hits, including a double and four RBI, while Arthur Jennings was 2-for-2 with a double. Chaitin Giessen and Curtis Seaman each finished with a double.
Steven Viele and Austin Williams supplied the lone hits of the game for Minerva/Newcomb (5-5).
Wesley LaBar took the loss for the Mountaineers.
Indian Lake/Long Lake 10, Minerva/Newcomb 0
Minerva/Newcomb 000 000 0 — 0 2 1
I Lake/L Lake 101 431 x — 10 11 1
LaBar, J. Viele (5) and Bertoneau. Farrell and Short. WP- Farrell. LP- LaBar. 2B- Moore (IL/LL), Seaman (IL/LL), Sandiford (IL/LL) 2, Jennings (IL/LL), Giessen (IL/LL).
Wells 15, Keene 0
WELLS — Caleb Hayes tossed a two-hit shutout with 13 strikeouts and only two walks as Wells improved to 9-2.
Ben Brenan knocked in six runs to lead the Wells attack. Adrian Collado drove in two with a triple and double and Matt Michienzi played a pair with two hits. Logan Hutchins added a double.
Maxx Sturges accounted for both Keene hits with a double and a single. Losing pitcher Colton Venner struck out 10 in five innings.
Wells 15, Keene 0
Keene 000 000 — 0 2 4
Wells 731 022 x — 15 8 0
Venner, Warner (6) and Gijanto. Hayes and Brenan. 3b- Collado (W). 2b- Sturges (K), Collado (W), Hutchins (W).
Moriah 6, AuSable Valley 5 (9)
PORT HENRY — Freshman Jarred MacDougal tied the game in the sixth and then tripled and scored the winning run in the ninth as the host Vikings turned back the Patriots.
With AuSable Valley leading 5-4, C.J. Raymond singled in the sixth and went to third on an errant throw. He then scored the tieing run on MacDougal’s one-out grounder to second.
MacDougal led off the ninth with a three-base blow down the left-field line and raced home with the winning run on Austin Allen’s line-drive single to right.
The hit broke up a good pitching duel between Moriah’s Christopher Clarke and AuSable Valley’s Shane Douglas. Both went the distance with Clarke striking out 11 and walking none while Douglas fanned five and walked three.
Dillon Savage went 3-for-4 with a triple and Dustin Miller had two hits with a double for AuSable Valley.
Raymond had two hits for Moriah.
Moriah 6, AuSable Valley 5, 9 nn.
AuSable Valley 101 120 000 — 5 9 2
Moriah 103 001 001 — 6 7 1
Douglas and Savage. Clarke and Raymond. WP- Clarke. LP- Douglas. 3b- Savage (AVC), MacDougal (M). 2b- Miller (AVC). Callahan (M).
NCCS 5, Plattsburgh 4
PLATTSBURGH — The Cougars scored the game-winning run on a throwing error in the seventh inning to knock off the Patriots.
Plattsburgh took an early 1-0 lead after the first inning, but Northeastern Clinton quickly tied it after two.
The Hornets again took a 2-1 lead after the fifth inning, but the Cougars scored three runs in the top of the sixth to take a 4-2 lead.
In the bottom of the sixth, though, Plattsburgh rallied for two runs to tie the contest at four.
But, in the seventh, Northeastern Clinton had a lead-off single, and after a fielder’s choice, had a runner steal second. Garrett Begore then hit a line drive that was knocked down in the infield, but the throw to first from their knees was off target, allowing the winning run to score.
Reece Tucker had two hits, including a double and an RBI, to lead the Cougars. Jacob Jennett added a two-run single in the sixth.
Jack Tolosky went 3-for-4 with a pair of doubles to lead the Hornets. Robby Knowles added a 2-for-3 performance with three RBI, while Ryan Whalen was a perfect 2-for-2 with an RBI.
Marcus Lefebvre took the victory, striking out six and allowing just one walk.
Tolosky suffered the pitching loss.
NCCS 5, Plattsburgh 4
NCCS 010 003 1 — 5 7 2
Plattsburgh 100 012 0 — 4 8 2
Lefebvre, Sousa (6) and Rabideau. Tolosky and Maston. WP- Lefebvre. LP- Tolosky. 2B- Tucker (NCCS), Tolosky (PHS) 2.
SARANAC LAKE 14, NAC 12
ELLENBURG — Logan Wood and Grant Struck led the charge offensively as the Red Storm outlasted the Bobcats.
Strack finished with three hits, including a triple, while Wood had two hits with a home run for Saranac Lake.
Nicholas Bayruns also connected on a home run for the Red Storm. Derek Thurber added a pair of hits.
Trent Fitzgerald took the win in relief, pitching the fifth and sixth innings.
Ryan Manion, Doran Sorrell, Ethan King and Jared Nichols all had two hits to lead Northern Adirondack. Sorrell cracked a home run, while Nichols delivered a double.
King suffered the loss for the Bobcats.
Saranac Lake 14, NAC 12
Saranac Lake 015 310 4 — 14 12 0
NAC 000 172 1 — 12 9 12
Rice, Fitzgerald (5), Strack (7) and Thurber. King, J. Nichols (7) and Garrand. WP- Fitzgerald. LP- King. 2B- J. Nichols (NAC). 3B- Strack (SL). HR- Wood (SL), Bayruns (SL), Sorrell (NAC).
Saranac 15, Lake Placid 2
LAKE PLACID — Andrew Tedford drove in four runs and winning pitcher Jeremy Barber struck out 10 and walked just one in five innings to lead the Chiefs to victory.
Caleb Keysor, Austin Medeiros and Michael Conway all knocked in two runs while Saranac took advantage of 13 free passes and 10 Lake Placid errors.
Alex Brandes drove in two runs for the Blue Bombers with a double and a single.
Saranac 15, Lake Placid 2
Saranac 833 100 0 — 15 7 2
Lake Placid 000 101 0 — 2 5 10
Barber, Sheehan (6) and McCasland. Williams, Mohr (1), McNierney (4), Damp (5), Meyer (6) and Preston. WP- Barber. LP- Williams. 3b- Conway (S), Tedford (S), Keysor (S). Brandes (LP).