Norwood-Norfolk, Canton, Heuvelton Win Divisional Championships

2021 SECTION X GIRLS SOFTBALL
Standings & Non League Statistics

EAST DIVISION              W-L  GB  Non-Lg
x-Norwood-Norfolk
Chateaugay
Colton-Pierrepont
Brushton-Moira
Madrid-Waddington
Parishville-Hopkinton
Tupper Lake
10-2     -        2-2
  9-3     1       0-0
  6-4     3       0-0
  7-5     3       0-1
  6-6     4       0-2

2-10     8       0-0
0-10     9       0-0
CENTRAL DIVISION       W-L  GB  Non-Lg
x-Canton
Malone
Massena
Ogdensburg
St. Lawrence Ctl.
Gouverneur
Potsdam
Salmon River
13-1     -        4-1
11-3     2       0-0
11-3     2       0-0
  8-6     5       0-0
  7-7     6       1-0
4-10     9       0-1
2-12   11       3-3

0-14   13       0-0
WEST DIVISION             W-L  GB  Non-Lg
x-Heuvelton
Hammond
Edwards-Knox
Hermon-DeKalb
Morristown
Lisbon
Harrisville
11-1     -        1-2
10-2     1       1-1
  8-4     3       0-0
  6-6     5       0-1
  3-9     8       0-0
2-10     9       1-1
2-10     9       0-3


Madrid-Waddington's Megan Burwell (15) slides onto second base just beating out the the tag from Parishville-Hopkinton second baseman Megan Taylor (5).  Meanwhile, a run scores from third. The Yellowjackets and the Panthers battled back and forth, but Madrid-Waddington survived a 20-16 victory over Parishville-Hopkinton. (Cody Jenne photo)

 

Games of Week 6: June 1-7, 2021

 NCSN  Softball Scoreboard

TUESDAY, JUNE 8, 2021

Non League
Watertown 7, Harrisville 5

 

MONDAY, JUNE 7, 2021

West Division
Edwards-Knox 5, Hermon-DeKalb 4
Non League
Canton 17, Norwood-Norfolk 0

 

SUNDAY, JUNE 6, 2021

Non League
Potsdam 10, Lisbon 9 (1st game)
Lisbon 12, Potsdam 5 (2nd game)

 

SATURDAY, JUNE 5, 2021

West Division
Hammond 18, Harrisville 3

 

FRIDAY, JUNE 4, 2021

East Division
Colton-Pierrepont 38, Parishville-Hopkinton 9
Norwood-Norfolk 19, Madrid-Waddington 4
Chateaugay 8, Brushton-Moira 7
Central Division
Massena 9, Gouverneur 2
Potsdam 8, Salmon River 6
Malone 5, St. Lawrence Central 1
West Division
Harrisville 10, Hermon-DeKalb 8 (1st game)
Hermon-DeKalb 17, Harrisville 0 (2nd game)
Hammond 19, Lisbon 0
Heuvelton 13, Morristown 2 (1st game)
Heuvelton 22, Morristown 6 (2nd game)

 

THURSDAY, JUNE 3, 2021

Central Division
Canton 7, Salmon River 0 (1st game)
Canton 18, Salmon River 1 (2nd game)

West Division
Hammond 26, Morristown 3

 

WEDNESDAY, JUNE 2, 2021

East Division
Madrid-Waddington 20, Parishville-Hopkinton 16
Chateaugay 28, Tupper Lake 1
Central Division
St. Lawrence Central 23, Potsdam 5
Ogdensburg 11, Gouverneur 8
Massena 8, Malone1
West Division
Edwards-Knox 19, Lisbon 7
Heuvelton 17, Harrisville 0
Hermon-DeKalb 23, Morristown 3 (1st game)
Hermon-DeKalb 14, Morristown 1 (2nd game)

 

TUESDAY, JUNE 1, 2021

East Division
Colton-Pierrepont 5, Brushton-Moira 2 (1st game)
Colton-Pierrepont 14, Brushton-Moira 2 (2nd game)
Chateaugay 16, Parishville-Hopkinton 1
West Division
Edwards-Knox 10, Morristown 0 (1st Game)
Edwards-Knox 19, Morristown 6 (2nd Game)

Hammond 13, Hermon-DeKalb 4
Non League
Norwood-Norfolk 18, Potsdam 3

JUNE 4: CHATEAUGAY WINS IN WALKOFF; HEUVELTON WINS

COLTON-PIERREPONT 38, PARISHVILLE-HOPKINTON 9
Colton-Pierrepont pounded out 20 runs and batted around nearly three times in the third inning in stinging the Panthers. Emma Clemo slugged a home run, a triple and delivered seven RBIs, while Jozalyn Campbell cracked four hits and drove in five runs, and Sydney Graham hit a double, a triple and also drove in five runs to lead the Colts’ attack. Mary Grace Guiney led the Panthers with a home run, while Cassidy Phippen hit a triple. Amazingly, with 47 total runs, the game was played in under two hours.

NORWOOD-NORFOLK 19, MADRID-WADDINGTON 4
Norwood-Norfolk generated six runs in the first and eight runs in the fourth inning to win. Madison Weaver tossed a four-hitter for the Flyers. Kylee Kellison delivered three hits and scored three runs to lead N-N. Sophie Lauzon, KJ Belmore and Annabell Smith-Goolden each connected for two hits. Alaina Armstrong and Lacey Sullivan each had a hit and scored a run for the Yellow Jackets.

CHATEAUGAY 8, BRUSHTON-MOIRA 7
Chateaugay walked-off the victory in the bottom of the seventh to improve to 9-3. Rebekah Miller’s two-out line-drive single knocked in the game-winning run. Chloe Champagne led Chateaugay with three hits, while Kyla Phelan had a pair of hits to power the Panthers.

MASSENA 9, GOUVERNEUR 2
With Gouverneur leading 1-0 in the second, Massena scored all of its runs over the next three innings – three, four, then two. Raider pitchers Peyton Mousaw and Olivia Rastley scattered 13 Wildcat hits. Libby Rogers contributed three hits, while Jalyn Cook, Caitlyn Reed and Grayce Trimboli each nailed two hits. Gouverneur was led by Lia Canell who provided three hits and three runs scored.

POTSDAM 8, SALMON RIVER 6
Potsdam opened an 8-4 lead in the fourth inning, before Salmon River countered with two runs in the sixth to close the gap. However, the Shamrocks left the tying runs on base in the sixth and mustered only one runner in the seventh. Brook Joyce’s three-run home run in the fourth inning provided the margin for Potsdam to capture a one-run victory over Salmon River. Taylor Benda collected three hits for the Sandstoners as well.

MALONE 5, ST. LAWRENCE CENTRAL 1
Malone’s Ryleigh McCauley fanned 14 Larries and allowed just six hits, while she and Mackenzie Lane each powered two-run home runs as the difference in the game for the Huskies who finished the regular season 11-3. Malone chipped away for two runs in the first, two in the third and a run in the seventh, while also gathering just six hits offensively. Brionna Foster lashed three hits for St. Lawrence Central who finished 7-7 on the Central Division season.

HARRISVILLE 10, HERMON-DEKALB 8 (1ST GAME)
HERMON-DEKALB 17, HARRISVILLE 0 (2ND GAME)

A six-run sixth inning for the Pirates outlasted the five-run sixth for the Demons in the opener. A pair of five-run innings to start the nightcap powered H-D in the nightcap. Torie Moore cranked three hits to powered Harrisville to the slim win in the opening game, just their second win of the season. Brianna Grant collected four hits in the doubleheader for the Green Demons, while tossing a shutout and fanning eight Pirates in the nightcap.

HAMMOND 19, LISBON 0
Sydney Tanner fired a three-hitter for the Red Devils. Hammond’s 10-run first inning set the tone, before adding five more in the third inning. Zoey Cunningham sparked the Red Devils with three hits, while Alyvia Crosby, Avery Kenyon and Ava Howie each contributed two hits to the offense. Gabrielle Taylor stroked two of the three hits for the Golden Knights.

HEUVELTON 13, MORRISTOWN 2 (1ST GAME)
HEUVELTON 22, MORRISTOWN 6 (2ND GAME)

Heuvelton captured the West Division regular-season title with the wins. The Bulldogs’ Molly Williams belted a home run and collected six hits over the course of the doubleheader sweep. With Williams, Allison Trathen and Lily Spooner were the trio with three hits apiece in the game-two victory. Morristown’s Rylie Showers provided two hits in the nightcap.

JUNE 1: COLTS, COUGARS SWEEP; HAMMOND, N-N WIN

COLTON-PIERREPONT 5, BRUSHTON-MOIRA 2 (1ST)
COLTON-PIERREPONT 14, BRUSHTON-MOIRA 2 (2ND)

Brushton-Moira's Summer Mayville circled the bases on a muffed single to right field, tying the game 2-2.  However, Emma Clemmo drove the ball through the left side for one of her two hits, breaking a 2-2 tie and plating the go-ahead runs in the fifth inning of the opener. Layla Johnson also sent the ball through the left side, scoring Clemmo to open a 5-2 lead. Pitcher Malia Hogle finished with 10 strikeouts, including two in the final inning for the win. Clemmo also produced two hits in the second game, including a homer to set the stage for a Colts’ upset sweep of the Panthers. Skyler Thomann cranked three hits in the nightcap. Emma St. Mary, Kayla Phalen and Kennadey Hebert had the only three hits for B-M.

CHATEAUGAY 16, PARISHVILLE-HOPKINTON 1
The Bulldogs’ Avery McDonald twirled a one-hitter and aided her own cause with two hits, in guiding the win. Chloe Champagne slammed a three-run home run for Chateaugay, while Ali Johnston and Vicki Titus pounded three hits each. Emma Bloom opened the game with a double and scored what proved to be the Panthers’ lone run and only hit of the contest.

EDWARDS-KNOX 10, MORRISTOWN 0 (1ST GAME)
EDWARDS-KNOX 19, MORRISTOWN 6 (2ND GAME)

Seven runs over the middle two innings propelled the Cougars to a Game 1 win, behind the one-hit pitching of Dakota Matthews. Matthews pitched to just two batters over regulation, allowing just two walks and inducing a double play. Emma Showers spoiled the bid for no-hitter with a single in the third inning. Cadey Wheat slammed a home run in the opener, then pitched the victory in the nightcap in the Cougars‘ sweep of visiting Morristown. Hailey Matthews delivered three hits in both games to lead E-K, Lucy Frary also notched three hits in the opener. Morristown was led by Karissa Donnelly who delivered two hits, including belting a home run in the second contest.

HAMMOND 13, HERMON-DEKALB 4
Hermon-DeKalb opened with a 2-0 lead in the first, but Hammond tapped its 13 runs over the next four innings, while holding the Green Demons scoreless with just three runners over those four innings. Zoey Cunningham collected three hits, while Avery Kenyon, Hailey Cunningham and Ava Howie chipped in two hits apiece for the Red Devils. Brianna Grant belted a home run in the H-D first inning.

NORWOOD-NORFOLK 18, POTSDAM 3
In an Interdivisional game, the Flyers put Potsdam at a 7-0 disadvantage in the first inning, and a 12-1 hole by the third inning. Madison Weaver tossed a four-hitter, struck out seven and walked only one batter in the win. The Flyers stroked only eight hits, but took advantage of 11 walks. Shelby Vallance and Annabelle Smith-Gordon had the only two-hit games at the plate for the Flyers. Potsdam’s hits were scattered among four different players.

 

.

JUNE 5-6: LISBON, POTSDAM SPLIT; HAMMOND WINS

WATERTOWN 7, HARRISVILLE 5
Harrisville rallied for three runs to tie the game 3-3 in the fourth. The Pirates led 4-3 until Watertown rallied in the seventh to win the non-league contest. Tori Moore got on base three times and scored twice to lead Harrisville that closed out its season at 2-13 overall.

EDWARDS-KNOX 5, HERMON-DEKALB 4
The Cougars’ pitcher decided the outcome on the mound and the plate. After giving up three runs in the top of the first inning, Edwards-Knox chipped into the lead with a run in the second, two in the third and tied the contest with a run in the fourth inning. In the seventh, Lucy Frary reached on a one-out single, Leanne Hall singled, then Cadey Wheat lined a single to drive in Frary with the game-winning run in a walk-off 5-4 thriller. Wheat was also the winning pitcher with 10 strikeouts and two hits to aid her own cause, while H-D’s Bre Grant struck out 11. Rylie Hale delivered with three hits for the Green Demons.

CANTON 17, NORWOOD-NORFOLK 0
Canton pitchers Hadley Alguire and Ava Hoy combined to hurl a two-hit shutout against Norwood-Norfolk, while each also contributed two hits at the plate. Canton jumped out to a 5-0 led in the first inning, added four runs in the second, and plated seven runs in the fourth inning. Hadley Thornton drove in three runs. K.J. Belmore led Norwood-Norfolk with two hits.

JUNE 5-6: LISBON, POTSDAM SPLIT; HAMMOND WINS

POTSDAM 10, LISBON 9 (1ST GAME)
LISBON 12, POTSDAM 5 (2ND GAME)

Potsdam erased a 9-3 deficit with a seven-run final inning to pull out a 10-9 win. The Sandstoners cashed in three walks, two singles, a double and a triple in their big inning. Pitcher MacHelle Morehouse got Lisbon to hit into three ground outs in the bottom of the inning to secure the victory. Karley Green had two hits and scored two runs and Taylor Benda belted a triple and scored twice to lead Potsdam who scored their other three runs all in the first inning. In the nightcap, Lisbon broke a 2-2 tie with five runs in the second inning, then added four insurance runs in the fourth. Ava Bouchey led Lisbon with three singles, a double and a run scored, Erika Snyder and Emilee Reynolds each hit two singles and scored twice, and Rachel LaRock had two singles and one run scored.
---------------------------------------
HAMMOND 18, HARRISVILLE 3
Hammond celebrated Senior Day for three outgoing seniors with a big fifth inning with 10 runs to down Harrisville. Zoey Cunningham highlighted the big inning by slugging a grand slam. Senior Avery Kenyon singled three times in her final regular-season home game. Classmate Hailey Cunningham scored three times off a single, double and hit-by-pitch. And fellow senior Jordan Kloepping also contributed a single. Torie Moore and Ava Bearor both doubled and scored a run for Harrisville.

JUNE 3: CANTON CLINCHES CENTRAL; HAMMOND WINS

CANTON 7, SALMON RIVER 0 (1ST GAME)
CANTON 18, SALMON RIVER 1 (2ND GAME)

With the sweep, Canton finished its run of the Central Division at 13-1, 16-2 overall, along with the 2021 divisional crown The Bears only loss was a one-run defeat to Massena. Carrying a 1-0 lead into the third inning of the opener, the Golden Bears pushed across the other six runs. Canton pitchers Hadley Alguire and Ava Hoy combined on a two-hitter and struck out 10, while issuing just one walk. Alguire also produced three hits, while Hadleigh Thornton made contact for two hits. In the nightcap, Canton jumped out to an 9-0 lead in the first inning, and produced six more turns in the third. Alguire had four more hits, while Cate DeCoteau slammed three hits. Alguire and Hoy combined on another two-hitter. Jacobi Mitchell scored the Shamrocks lone run in the fourth inning.

HAMMOND 26, MORRISTOWN 3
Hammond nearly batted around twice in the top of the first, plating 12 runs, then added nine more runs in the fourth. At the top of the order, Zoey Cunningham slapped five hits, including a home run and a double. Alivia Crosby also belted a homer, along with two singles. Avery Kenyon, Hannah Belnap and Brooklyn Arquitt each contributed three hits and a combined nine runs. Pitcher Sydney Tanner scattered eight Morristown hits, while allowing just one run past the first inning. Karissa Donnelly led the Rockets with three hits, while Kylie O’Donnell stroked two hits.

M-W JACKETS OUTLAST P-H PANTHERS IN 20-16 SLUGFEST


Parishville-Hopkinton's Natalie Snell (4) drives the ball into the gap in right-center field for a base hit in the top of the second inning. The Yellowjackets and the Panthers battled back and forth, but Madrid-Waddington survived a 20-16 victory over Parishville-Hopkinton. (Cody Jenne photo)

Madrid-Waddington's Megan Burwell (15) slides onto second base just beating out the the tag from Parishville-Hopkinton second baseman Megan Taylor (5).  Meanwhile, a run scores from third. 
 

HEUVELTON 17, HARRISVILLE 0
Heuvelton pitcher Chasity Johnson pitched a perfect game over five innings – 15 up and 15 down – striking out seven Pirates, en route to their ninth win (9-1, 10-3 overall) and opening a game-and-a-half lead in the West Division. The Bulldogs provided all of the necessary run support with two runs in the first, four in the second four in the fourth and a game-sealing seven runs in the fifth. For Heuvelton, Molly Williams had two hits, including a homer. Allison Trathen also had two hits with four runs scored. Dakota West lashed two hits with two runs scored. Kathryn Cunningham also provided two hits and one run scored.

MADRID-WADDINGTON 20, PARISHVILLE-HOPKINTON 16
The Panthers opened a 10-4 lead by the third inning, but succumbed to three comeback innings for the Yellow Jackets. M-W responded with a five-run third, six in the fourth and four more in the sixth in out dueling P-H. The jackets were led by Alaina Armstrong with two hits, including a home run, four runs and five RBIs. Annie Basford had three hits, including a home run, scored four times and collected three RBIs. Caeleigh Burke added four hits and pitched five innings, giving up five earned runs in the win. Emma Bloom scored five times and stroked two hits, including a home run, while Sam Eurto provided three hits for the Panthers.

CHATEAUGAY 28, TUPPER LAKE 1
Chateaugay made quick work of scoring runs with 12, 9, 5 and 2 in their four innings at the plate. Avery McDonald scored five runs, laced five hits and drove in a run, while pitching nine strikeouts and allowing just four hits against the Lumberjacks. Chloe Champagne collected four runs on four hits and three RBIs. Ali Johnson added drove in four runs, while scoring five times on three hits and a walk. Emileigh Smith had two of Tupper’s four hits, while Rylee Fletcher scored the only run in the fourth.

ST. LAWRENCE CENTRAL 23, POTSDAM 5
Potsdam grabbed a 3-1 lead in the first inning, but the Larries scored 3, 5, 1 and 6 runs over the next four frames for the win. Rylee Daoust batted three hits, while Gracie Lalonde chipped in two hits and Brionna Foster scored four times for the Larries. Karley Green led Potsdam’s offense with two hits.

OGDENSBURG 11, GOUVERNEUR 8
A game that started out as a slugfest for five innings, turned into a scoreless pitchers duel in the final two innings. Gouverneur led 8-5 after three innings, but Ogdensburg put up three runs in the fourth and fifth innings while pitcher Bailey Friot held the Cats scoreless in the final four frames to capture the win. Emily Farrand and Emma LaBeau both rapped four hits, while Gabrielle Morley and Paige Pinkerton contributed three hits for the Blue Devils. Elizabeth Riutta and Alexis Devlin spanked two hits each for the Wildcats.

MASSENA 8, MALONE 1
Caitlyn Reed fanned 15 Huskies, allowing just one run on three hits 15 and collected two hits to aid her own cause. Massena scored a pair of runs in both the first and second innings, then added a four-spot in the fourth in gain the win. Jalyn Cook had four hits, including a double and three runs scored, while and Libby Rogers delivered two hits for the Raiders. Courtney Dumas scored the lone run for Malone in the sixth inning to spoil the shutout bid.

EDWARDS-KNOX 19, LISBON 7
After Lisbon led 5-2 in the fifth inning, Cougar bats erupted with 12 runs scored in the bottom of the fifth to flip the outcome. Lucy Frary and Hailey Matthews each provided three runs on three hits, while Kayleigh Allen also had three hits to lead E-K. Rachel LaRock had a pair of doubles, and Ava Bouchey, Erica Snyder and Gabrielle Taylor had two hits each for Lisbon.

HERMON-DEKALB 23, MORRISTOWN 3 (1ST GAME)
HERMON-DEKALB 14, MORRISTOWN 1 (2ND GAME)

The Green Demons pounded out 32 hits and scored 37 runs over two games. Brianna Grant belted a grand slam and pitched a one-hitter in the second contest. Emilie O’Donnell broke up the no-hit bid with a hit in the fourth. Hermon-DeKalb jumped out to a 6-0 lead in the second game, then added five in the second and 10 more runs over the final two innings for the opening win. Audrianna Tehonica and Hanna Bollinger scored five runs each in the win.

 


 

Games of Week 5: May 24-28, 2021

 NCSN  Section X Softball Scoreboard

FRIDAY, MAY 28, 2021

East Division
Norwood-Norfolk 13, Parishville-Hopkinton 6
Central Division
Massena 9, St. Lawrence Central 0
Canton 17, Potsdam 1
West Division
Heuvelton 14, Hermon-DeKalb 7 (1st game)
Heuvelton 18, Hermon-DeKalb 9 (2nd game)

 

THURSDAY, MAY 27, 2021

Central Division
Gouverneur 25, Salmon River 10
Non League
Norwood-Norfolk 18, Potsdam 16

 

WEDNESDAY, MAY 26, 2021

East Division
Brushton-Moira 8, Parishville-Hopkinton 7 (1st)
Brushton-Moira 18, Parishville-Hopkinton 3 (2nd)

Chateaugay 13, Colton-Pierrepont 8
Central Division
Canton 14, Gouverneur 3
St. Lawrence Central 14, Ogdensburg 4
Malone 16, Salmon River 1
Massena 25, Potsdam 11
West Division
Hermon-DeKalb 11, Lisbon 3 

 

TUESDAY, MAY 25, 2021

East Division
Norwood-Norfolk 18, Tupper Lake 1
West Division
Heuvelton 19, Lisbon 1
Edwards-Knox 3, Hammond 0
Non League
St. Lawrence Central 16, Madrid-Waddington 5

 

MONDAY, MAY 24, 2021

East Division
Chateaugay 12, Madrid-Waddington 4
Parishville-Hopkinton 27, Tupper Lake 11
Central Division
Canton 11, Malone 3
Gouverneur 12, Potsdam 6
Massena 6, Ogdensburg 4
St. Lawrence Central 18, Salmon River 3
West Division
Edwards-Knox at Morristown (2), ppd.
Non League
Heuvelton 14, Norwood-Norfolk 4

MAY 27: FLYERS OUTLAST POTSDAM; WILDCATS WIN

NORWOOD-NORFOLK 18, POTSDAM 16
Upset-minded Potsdam gave East-leading Norwood-Norfolk fits in a seesaw battle that pivoted on an 11-run fifth inning. Potsdam led 3-0 in the first inning and 9-6 through the fourth. But the Sandstoners still tried to overcome a 17-9 hole. Potsdam scored seven runs over the final three innings, but left the bases loaded at the final out. Shelby Vallance and KJ Belmore had two hits each , while providing five runs for the Flyers. Karley Green stroked four hits and scored four runs, while Hailey Williamson provided three hits, and Taylor Benda and Julia VanWagner had two hits each to lead Potsdam.

GOUVERNEUR 25, SALMON RIVER 10
Gouverneur led 12-11 through five innings, but the Wildcats racked up 11 innings in the sixth to extinguish the Shamrocks’ hopes for a win. Mussaw rapped three singles and scored three runs, while A Devlin contributed a double, two singles and three runs scored, J Young rapped a single and a double and scored four times for the Wildcats. Salmon River was led by Mitchell, Thomas and Oakes with two hits apiece.

MAY 24: CANTON RECLAIMS 1ST; MASSENA TRIPS O.F.A. 6-4

CHATEAUGAY 12, MADRID-WADDINGTON 4
Three runs in the third and fourth innings paved the way for Chateaugay in overcoming Madrid-Waddington’s 2-0 start. Kaelyn Morgan stroked three hits and Hailey Bashaw contributed two hits for Chateaugay (5-3). Lacey Sullivan led the way three hits and Aynsley French collected a pair of hits for the Jackets (5-5).

PARISHVILLE-HOPKINTON 27, TUPPER LAKE 11
After Tupper Lake plated two runs in the first, the Panthers pounced on the Lumberjacks for big runs in a five-inning affair. P-H scored six runs in the first, second and fourth innings, and pushed across nine runs in the third. Emma Bloom had two hits, including a home run, and three runs scored. Kelly Bloom had two hits and scored four times. Kelsey Farnsworth had a triple and scored three times. Sam Eurto belted a triple and scored twice. Tupper Lake also scored in every inning, but the third, led by Cadence Tyo who tripled.

CANTON 11, MALONE 3
Canton (9-1) wasted no time in reclaiming possession of first place in the Central Division by directly beating Malone 11-3. The two rivals have traded the top spot four times over the past two weeks. Canton’s win also sweeps the season series over the Huskies (9-2). The Bears plated five runs in the first inning to set the tone. Lexi Huiatt led the way with three hits, two RBIs and stole three bases for the Golden Bears. Lucy DeCoteau also smacked three hits, three RBIs and swiped two bases, while Brooke Larrabee contributed two hits and two RBIs for Canton. Ryleigh McCauley rapped two of only five hits for the Huskies.

GOUVERNEUR 12, POTSDAM 6

Jadian Youngs led the Wildcats with three doubles, while Elizabeth Riutta connected for three singles, singled three times in a win at Potsdam. Julia VanWagner and Karley Green delivered three hits apiece for the Sandstoners. Potsdam opened the game with a 3-0 lead in the first, and a 5-3 lead in the second, before the Wildcats’ bats came to life with five runs in the middle innings and four insurance runs in the seventh.

MASSENA 6, OGDENSBURG 4
Massena continued its rise up the Central Division, moving into third place by beating rival Ogdensburg. The Raiders led 1-0 until the fourth when the Blue Devils pushed three runs across. But Massena ace Caitlyn Reed held OFA to just one run on two hits over the final three innings. Meanwhile, the Raiders chipped away with a run in the fifth, and two more runs in both the sixth and seventh innings to cement the win. Jalyn Cook and Ainsley Cromie paced Massena (7-3) with a pair of hits each. Bailey Friot connected for two hits for OFA (7-5).

ST. LAWRENCE CENTRAL 18, SALMON RIVER 3
After scratching out to a 3-0 lead with single runs in the first three innings, the Larries pounded out a game-changing 11 runs in the fourth frame. Salmon River had just tied the game 3-3 with all of their runs scored in the top of the fourth. Hannah Agans ripped a three-run homer and collected five RBIs, while Rylee Daoust connected for three hits and four RBIs and Danaye Ramsdell collected three hits and batted in three. Daoust also tossed a two hitter, allowing Talryn Wylie and Alexis David singles in the Shamrocks’ rally in the fourth.

HEUVELTON 13, NORWOOD-NORFOLK 4
A five-run third inning sparked a 6-0 Heuvelton lead, en route to an interdivisional win for the Bulldogs over the East-leading Flyers, who scored all of the runs in the sixth inning. Molly Williams and Amber Cunningham both cranked two hits to leading Heuvelton (6-3 overall). Catcher Shelby Vallance laced two hits for the Flyers (7-3 overall).

 


May 28: bears, bulldogs, flyers close in on titles

NORWOOD-NORFOLK 13, PARISHVILLE-HOPKINTON 6
The Panthers lead the East Division-leading Flyers 6-3 going into the fifth inning, but N-N rallied for four runs in the fifth and six more in the sixth to seal the victory. The Flyers improved to 9-2 (10-3 overall) with just one game remaining in the regular season to clinch at least a tie for the divisional title. K.J. Belmore rapped a single, double and triple for N-N, while Mikyla Phillips and Kylie Kellison both delivered two hits. Emma Bloom and Natalie Snell led the Panthers with two hits apiece.

MASSENA 10, ST. LAWRENCE CENTRAL 0
Massena’s Caitlyn Reed pitched to just six batters over regulation, struck out 14, allowed just two hits and belted a three-run home run in the Raiders’ shutout win at Brasher. Libby Rogers also hit two singles and scored two runs early for the Raiders (9-3). Hannah Agans collected the only two hits for the Larries.

CANTON 17, POTSDAM 1
Potsdam’s second batter of the game, Karley Green, slammed a solo home run, but Canton pitcher Hadley Alguire then held Potsdam to just three hits the rest of the way and the Bears’ lineup produced plenty of scoring to back her up. Alguire aided her own cause with four hit, while Cate DeCoteau collected three hits and drove in five runs. Canton scored four times in the first and added five runs in the second inning to take command of the game. With the win, the Golden Bears are 11-1 in league play, leading the Central Division by one game with two games remaining, 14-2 overall.

HEUVELTON 14, HERMON-DEKALB 7 (1ST GAME)
HEUVELTON 18, HERMON-DEKALB 9 (2ND GAME)

Heuvelton doubled up the Green Demons in both contests – chipping away and turning back the Demons attempts to comeback in game one, and an eight-run rally late in game two to seal the sweep. Molly Williams paced the Bulldogs with five hits in the twinbill, while Kathryn Cunningham cracked two hits in the nightcap. Audrianna Tehonica led the Demons with five hits in the doubleheader.  Heuvelton has a game-and-a-half lead in the West, with just three games remaining.

MAY 26: LANE DEALS NO-HITTER FOR MALONE; B-M SWEEPS

BRUSHTON-MOIRA 8, PARISHVILLE-HOPK. 7 (1ST)
BRUSHTON-MOIRA 18, PARISHVILLE-HOPK. 3 (2ND)

In the opening game, B-M’s Kennadey Hebert threw for six innings with11 strikeouts. She also socked a three-run home run and a double. Natalie Palmer and Kyla Phelan each stroked a double. For Parishville-Hopkinton, Cassidy Phippen also pitched six innings with two strikeouts. Kelly Bloom cranked a double. In the nightcap, Hebert again pitched six innings with 8 eight strikeouts, and belted a two-run double. Emma St. Mary slammed a solo home run. For P-H, Emma Bloom and Phippen each had a single.

CHATEAUGAY 13, COLTON-PIERREPONT 8
The Colts opened with a 2-0 lead, but Chateaugay responded stacked up a six-run third frame that turned the game. Chateaugay’s Chloe Champagne, Ali Johnston, Cammi Champagne and Rebeka Miller each delivered two-hit performances. Emma Clemo had two hits to lead the Colts.

CANTON 14, GOUVERNEUR 3
Canton held on to its half-game lead in the Central Division with a 14-3 win vs. Gouverneur. After a 1-1 first inning, Canton plated six runs in the second, then added four insurance runs in the sixth. Winning pitcher Hadley Alguire sparked the offense with four hits, while Cate DeCoteau also went 4-for-5 for Canton, including three doubles. Gouverneur was led by Raelin Brown and Lia Canell who each collected two hits.

ST. LAWRENCE CENTRAL 14, OGDENSBURG 4
Leading 2-1 after two innings, the Larries began to break the game open with five runs in the third, followed by a two-spot in the fourth, then five more runs in the fifth inning. Rylee Daoust and Hannah Agans delivered two hits each for St. Lawrence Central. Agens and Brionna Foster scored three times each. Agans also allowed just four Blue Devils hits – two each by Gabrielle Morley and Jenna Mitchell.

MALONE 16, SALMON RIVER 1
The Huskies’ Mackenzie Lane registered a no hitter with nine strikeouts against the Shamrocks, while poking two doubles and four RBIs to aid the offense. Ryleigh McCauley cranked three hits, including a two-run home run, while Alanna Dumas and Courtney Dumas each supplied two hits. Julia Perras had a triple and a double. A walk and an error allowed Alexis David to score an unearned run for the Shamrocks.

MASSENA 25, POTSDAM 11
After Potsdam gained a 4-1 lead in the top of the second, Massena went on a scoring frenzy with 11 runs in the second and seven in the fourth to grab control. Jalyn Cook and Caitlyn Reed fed the offense with three hits, while Cook and Caitlyn Reed scored four times each. Kristen Oliver added a pair of hits. Opportunistic Potsdam manufactured its 11 runs on just one hit by Julia VanWagner, wrapped around 11 walks and three errors.

HERMON-DEKALB 11, LISBON 6
Lisbon tapped the first run, but the Green Demons steadily chipped away with a run in each of the first two innings, and a pivotal five-run fifth. Brianna Grant swatted three hits, including a home run to lead the H-D attack. Erika Snyder delivered two hits for Lisbon.

MAY 25: STRONG PITCHING LEADS TO TEAM VICTORIES

NORWOOD-NORFOLK 18, TUPPER LAKE 1
Madison Weaver had another outstanding pitching performance and the Flyers backed her with a seven-run opening inning, as Norwood-Norfolk increased its East Division lead to a game and a half. Weaver allowed just one run, on one hit and struck out 12 in the win. Sophie Lauzon pounded a two-run homer in the seven-run first inning and had two hits. Weaver, Makyla Phillips and Caramia Carista all had three hits each. Tupper Lake’s only batter to reach base, Cadie Tyo, singled and eventually scored the only run.

HEUVELTON 19, LISBON 1
Lisbon’s Olivia McLear led off the game with a single and scored on a wild pitch. But other than two scattered hits, that’s all that Heuvelton hurler Chasity Johnson would allow. Combined with Hammond’s loss to Edwards-Knox Heuvelton took over first place in the NAC West by a half-game. Molly Williams led the Bulldog hit brigade with five hits, including a home run, while Allison Trathen and Lily Spooner each collected three hits.

EDWARDS-KNOX 3, HAMMOND 0
Edwards-Knox got clutch pitching from Cadey Wheat who tossed a one-hitter and struck out eight, knocked the Red Devils out of first place in the shutout. Wheat was just one batter away from a perfect game when Hailey Cunningham singled, with two out in the last inning. Wheat also contributed an RBI to her own cause and Kaitlyn Sroka knocked in a run with a double. The Cougars scored all of their runs in the third inning, otherwise Hammond pitcher Sydney Tanner allowed just five hits, including three hits in the pivotal inning. Leanne Hall had two hits for E-K.

ST. LAWRENCE CTL. 16, MADRID-WADDINGTON 5
In a late game under the lights, Madrid-Waddington pulled out to a 4-3 lead in the top of the third inning, but the Larries bounced back with a pair of three-run innings and a four-run sixth, to beat the Jackets at Brasher. Mckenna Bowles belted a pair of home runs and scored three runs, while Chantel McCarthy contributed a pair or single to lead St. Lawrence. Annica Ramsdell allowed just one run on one hit over the final 4.2 innings to gain the win. Annie Basford had two hits, including a double, to lead Madrid-Waddington.

 


 

Games of Week 4: May 17-22, 2021

 NCSN  Section X Softball Scoreboard

SATURDAY, MAY 22, 2021

East Division
Madrid-Waddington 13, Colton-Pierrepont 12
Central Division
Massena 17, Salmon River 5
Malone 7, Gouverneur 6
Non League
Hammond at Thousand Islands, ppd.
Potsdam 17, Brushton-Moira 7

 

FRIDAY, MAY 21, 2021

East Division
Chateaugay 13, Parishville-Hopkinton 6
Central Division
Ogdensburg 12, Potsdam 9
Canton 17, St. Lawrence Central 2
West Division
Hammond at Hermon-DeKalb, ppd. to 6/1
Lisbon 9, Morristown 7
Heuvelton 17, Edwards-Knox 8

 

THURSDAY, MAY 20, 2021

East Division
Madrid-Waddington 22, Tupper Lake 7
Colton-Pierrepont 9, Norwood-Norfolk 8
Central Division
Ogdensburg 21, Salmon River 1 (1st game)
Ogdensburg 18, Salmon River 0 (2nd game)
Massena 11, Canton 10

St. Lawrence Central 17, Gouverneur 10
Malone 24, Potsdam 7
West Division
Morristown 3, Harrisville 2
Hammond 12, Edwards-Knox 5

 

WEDNESDAY, MAY 19, 2021

East Division
Brushton-Moira 12, Madrid-Waddington 4 (1st)
Brushton-Moira 12, Madrid-Waddington 11 (2nd)
Tupper Lake at Parishville-Hopkinton, ppd. to 5/24

Central Division
St. Lawrence Central 19, Gouverneur 10
West Division
Lisbon 17, Harrisville 16
Heuvelton 3, Hammond 1
Hermon-DeKalb at Edwards-Knox, ppd. to 6/7 

 

TUESDAY, MAY 18, 2021

Central Division
Potsdam 16, Salmon River 10
Canton 9, Ogdensburg 3

Massena 21, Gouverneur 11
West Division
Hermon-DeKalb at Harrisville, ppd.

 

MONDAY, MAY 17, 2021

East Division
Colton-Pierrepont 9, Parishville-Hopkinton 8 (8 inn.)
Norwood-Norfolk 15, Madrid-Waddington 3

Brushton-Moira 7, Chateaugay 5
Central Division
Canton 10, Ogdensburg 6
Malone 13, St. Lawrence Central 1

West Division
Hammond 6, Lisbon 2
Heuvelton 4, Edwards-Knox 1
Hermon-DeKalb at Morristown, ppd.
Non League
Carthage 21, Harrisville 12

may 19: b-m sweeps; lisbon wins first; hammond falls

LISBON 17, HARRISVILLE 16
Lisbon gained it first win of the season, pounding out six runs in the first inning, then six more in the bottom of the sixth, but it took two more runs in the final inning to overcome Harrisville in a walk-off thriller. Anna Hoffman led off the bottom of the seventh with a single. She scored when Olivia McLear scored to tie the game. Rachel LaRock’s two-out base-knock drove in the winning run. McLear finished with three singles for Lisbon, while Ava Bouchey delivered a triple and a single. Gabby Taylor produced two hits. Tori Moore led the Pirates with two homeruns, a triple and a single, while Evelyn Winters pounded four singles.

BRUSHTON-MOIRA 12, MADRID-WADDINGTON 4 (1ST)
BRUSHTON-MOIRA 12, MADRID-WADDINGTON 11 (2ND)

Kennedy Hebert pitched both wins for the Panthers, who closed within a game-and-a-half of the East lead behind Norwood-Norfolk. Hebert pitched a four-hitter with eight strike outs in the first contest, with Lily Lamere getting two of M-W’s hits. Natalie Palmer collected two hits, two walks and four runs scored, while Emma St. Mary smacked two hits and scored three times for the Panthers. In the nightcap, Brushton-Moira chipped away with three, two, one and two runs over the first four innings, then struck for four runs in the final inning to walk off, overcoming Madrid-Waddington’s eight-run rally in the top of the sixth inning. Sky Durant’s a walk-off single was the capper for B-M. Kyla Phelen ripped a home run, Kennedy Hebert and Emma St. Mary doubled and singled in the win. Alaina Armstrong stroked a double and two singles, while Annie Basford singled three times for the Jackets.

HEUVELTON 3, HAMMOND 1
Chastity Johnson’s 11-strikeout pitching performance held Hammond to just one run and its first loss of the season in West Division matchups. The win moved Heuvelton to within a half-game of the Red Devils at the top. Molly Williams collected two RBIs on a single in the first inning that provided the eventual winning margin. Zoey Cunningham led the Red Devils with three hits.

ST. LAWRENCE CENTRAL 19, GOUVERNEUR 10
St. Lawrence Central put a stranglehold on the win with eight runs in the fifth inning, and 15 runs over the final three frames in overcoming Gouverneur. Danaye Ramsdell was the winning pitcher. Ramsdell, Rylee Daoust, McKenna Bowles and Brionna Foster all socked two hits for the Larries. Gouverneur was led by Lia Canell and Peyton Mussaw each poked three hits.

MAY 18: Canton unbeaten; potsdam, Massena win

POTSDAM 16, SALMON RIVER 10
Potsdam captured its first divisional win of the season and second victory overall, but not before a serious challenge from the Shamrocks. Potsdam had a 5-0 lead after 1½ innings, but Salmon River bounced back with five runs to tie in the bottom of the second. Potsdam immediately answered with four runs in the third, added three in the sixth and four more runs in the seventh to secure the win. Taylor Benda led the Sandstoners by reaching base all six times, including three times by error, a walk, a single and two runs scored. Julia Van Wagner stroked a double and two singles and two runs scored. Karley Green had two hits. For the Shamrocks, Jacobi Mitchell knocked two singles, while Kiyahna Thompson reached all four times on a pair of walks, a single, hit by pitch and scored a run.

CANTON 9, OGDENSBURG 3
Canton and OFA locked in a seesaw battle through four innings, before the Golden Bears pulled away late. The Blue Devils opened the first inning with a run, but Canton responded with two in the bottom of the frame and opened a 3-1 lead after the third. OFA tied the contest in the fourth, but Canton nibbled away with two in the fourth, one run in the fifth and three more in the sixth, while holding OFA scoreless over the final three frames. Natalie Warner and Hadleigh Thornton both scored a run on two hits to lead Canton. For Ogdensburg, cleanup batter Bailey Friot delivered three singles, Ramie Blackmer had a single and a run scored.

MASSENA 21, GOUVERNEUR 11
In a slugfest, Massena bounced back from a 4-1 deficit to score five runs in the second, nine runs in the fifth and five in the sixth inning. Gouverneur also had big innings with four in the first and five in the fourth for a 9-6 lead, but could not counter Massena’s big inning. For the Raiders, Ainsley Cromie scored four runs on three singles and a homer. Caitlyn Reed had a single, double, two triples and scored three runs. The Wildcats were led by two singles from Elizabeth Riutta and two hits and two runs scored by Raelin Burns.

MAY 17: COLTS RALLY PAST P-H; B-M OUTLASTS CHATEAUGAY

NORWOOD-NORFOLK 15, MADRID-WADDINGTON 3
The Flyers jumped out to an 8-0 lead by the fourth inning, then held off the Yellow Jackets with seven runs over the last three innings. K.J. Belmore racked up five hits, two RBIs and four runs scored to lead the Flyers. Pitcher Madison Weaver also cracked three hits. Shelby Vallance delivered three RBIs. The Jackets did all of their scoring in the fourth inning, including a triple by Megan Burwell who scored on a throwing error.

CANTON 10, OGDENSBURG 6
Canton opened with three runs in the first, then broke open a 4-1 game with three runs in the fifth and seventh innings to remain unbeaten (6-0) in atop the Central Division. Warner and Hadley Alguire each had three hits and three runs scored for Canton. Bailey Friot had three hits and four RBIs for Ogdensburg, while Katherine Smith also had three hits.

MALONE 13, ST. LAWRENCE CENTRAL 1
The Huskies provided quick run support for pitcher Ryleigh McCauley with four runs in the first, and scoring in each inning but the third. McCauley struck out seven in the win. Mackenzie Lane, Courtney Dumas and Katelyn Poirier contributed two hits apiece for the Huskies who improved to 7-1. Hanna henry had two hits for the Larries.

COLTON-PIERREPONT 9, PARISHVILLE-HOPKINTON 8
Going into extra innings, the Panthers broke a 6-6 tie with two runs in the top of the 8th inning, only to have the Colts rally for three runs in the bottom of the frame. The winning run scored on an error. Campbell and Clemmo had three hits each for the Colts. Emma Bloom had a pair of singles for P-H.

BRUSHTON-MOIRA 7, CHATEAUGAY 5
For Brushton-Moira, Kennadey Hebert had 14 strikeouts, while helping her own cause with a triple and 3 RBIs. Kyla Phelan contributed a single and two RBIs. Bailey Trayner a double. For Chateaugay, Avery McDonald had four strikeouts, while Chloe champagne delivered a triple.

HEUVELTON 4, EDWARDS-KNOX 1
Heuvelton led 2-1 at the end of the first inning, then tacked on insurance runs in the third and sixth innings to beat the Cougars. Chastity Johnson fired nine strikeouts and offensively scored two runs, both after walking, in the win. Lily Spooner also delivered two hits for the Bulldogs. Lucy Frary singled and scored the lone run for E-K.

HAMMOND 6, LISBON 2
Hammond broke away from a tight 1-1 game through three innings with two runs in the fourth, one in the fifth and two in the sixth inning. Zoey Cunningham, Sydney Tanner, Avery Kenyon and Alyvia Crosby all stroked two hits for the Red Devils who improved to 5-0 in West Division play. Olivia McLear and Rachel LaRock both singled and scored a run for Lisbon.

CARTHAGE 21, HARRISVILLE 12
The Pirates rallied against Carthage in back-to-back non-league games in two days, by nearly identical scores, both times scoring a dozen runs. Amy Manchester went 5-for-5. Meg Kackinson was 4-for-5 at the plate. Carthage took advantage of a high number of walks in the win.

MAY 22: M-w, Malone walk-off with wins; Raiders win

MADRID-WADDINGTON 13, COLTON-PIERREPONT 12
The Yellow Jackets’ Maddie Armstrong belted a two-run walk off single in the bottom the seventh inning, sending Aynsley French and Lily LaMere across the plate for the game-winner in a thrilling 13-12 final. In the seesaw battle, the Colts climbed from behind to take a 5-3 lead with four runs in the second inning. The Jackets regained the lead with three runs in the third, 6-5. The Colts answered with three runs their next at-bats, but M-W countered with five runs in the bottom of the frame for an 11-8 lead. The Colts the scored twice in the sixth and two more in the seventh to grab a 12-11 advantage, before the dramatic two-run walk off. Armstrong collected four singles overall, while Annie Basford stroked a single, a double and a triple, and Caeleigh Burke added two singles. For the Colts, Jean Campbell drilled two home runs and collected five RBIs, while Alexus Cuthbert, Emma Clemo and Alana Rutledge all had a single.

MALONE 7, GOUVERNEUR 6
Malone bounced back from a 6-3 deficit with a two-out, four-run, walk-off rally in the seventh inning to edge Gouverneur. Malone led 3-0 through the first three innings, but the Wildcats rallied for a pair of runs in the fourth, then four key runs in the sixth. The Cats had a chance to tack on more insurance runs in the seventh, but left runners at second and third. The Huskies pulled off the win, despite the first two batters grounding out to start the seventh. A fielding error that could have ended the game, kept the Huskies’ hopes alive. Four consecutive singles and a double later, Malone had won to improve to 9-1 and regained a half-game lead over Canton atop the Central Division. Mackenzie Lane and Alana Dumas led the Huskies with two hits each, while Lia Canell ripped four hits and scored two runs, and Elizabeth Riutta had two hits for Gouverneur.

MASSENA 17, SALMON RIVER 5
Salmon River held a 2-1 lead through two-and-a-half innings but the Raiders opened a 9-5 lead before erupting for eight runs in the sixth inning to put the game out of reach. Grayce Trimboli cracked four hits and scored three runs, while Libby Rogers had three hits, Ainsley Cromie delivered three doubles and Kristen Oliver had a two doubles and a single to lead the Raiders. Salmon River had just two hits, one each for Talynn Wylie and Lindsey Durant.

POTSDAM 17, BRUSHTON-MOIRA 7
Potsdam broke away from a 3-3 game in the fourth with a eight-run rally in the fifth and six more runs in the sixth, in the interdivisional contest. Karley Green hit a single, two doubles and a triple, which scoring four times to lead the Sandstoners. Taylor Benda rapped two doubles, two singles and scored two runs. Italia Milani lined three singles and scored twice. Three others also drilled two hits. For Brushton-Moira, Alison Hebert slammed a triple and Natalie Palmer delivered two hits.

MAY 21: o.f.a., bulldogs, lisbon fend off comebacks

CHATEAUGAY 13, PARISHVILLE-HOPKINTON 6
Three Panther errors in sixth inning led to four Chateaugay insurance runs, when the game was still within reach at 7-3 with two outs. For Chateaugay, Kaelyn Morgan racked up two triples and four RBIs, Allison Johnston socked a solo homerun in fourth, Chloe Champagne scored three runs and Avery McDonald gained the mound win, allowing just seven hits and striking out eight. For the Panthers, Cassidy Phippen and Keirsten Gardner both had two hits and Kelly Bloom two runs scored. Phippen struck out five batters for P-H.

OGDENSBURG 12, POTSDAM 9
Ogdensburg manufactured big innings in the second and third, then held off late scoring by Potsdam to gain the win. Pitcher Emily Ferrand’s grand slam capped a five-run outburst in the third and forced open a 10-3 lead. Potsdam bounced back with five runs in the sixth to close the margin to 10-9. The Sandstoners brought the potential tying run to the plate in the seventh, but Ferrand got the last two batters on a pop up and a ground out. Bailey Friot, Emma LeBeau, Riley Hough, Abigail Raven and Gabrielle Morley lashed two hits each for the Blue Devils. Brook Joyce, Karley Green and Taylor Benda all ripped three hits for Potsdam.

CANTON 17, ST. LAWRENCE CENTRAL 2
After suffering its first league loss on a walkoff in its previous game, Canton went right back to its winning ways, fueled by big innings. The Golden Bears scored nine runs in the fourth inning in beating the Larries and elevated back into a first-place tie with Malone, both 8-1 in the Central Division. Winning pitcher Hadley Alguire tossed a five hitter and aided her own cause with two hits. Cate DeCoteau, Courtney Peters and Ava Hoy each sprayed three hits, while Sydnee Francis pounded two hits. Rylee Daoust and Chantel McCarthy had two of the five Larries’ hits and scored their two runs.

LISBON 9, MORRISTOWN 7
After starting the season with six straight losses, Lisbon has started its second round through the division with back-to-back wins (2-6). The Golden Knights got on the scoreboard first with a pair of runs in the first inning, but Morristown countered with two in the second. A four-run rally in the fifth put Lisbon ahead for good. Ava Bouchey, Gabrielle Taylor and Eliza McLear delivered two runs each in the win. Morristown was led by Emma Showers, Kassidy Sullivan and Kylie O’Donnell who also cranked two hits each.

HEUVELTON 17, EDWARDS-KNOX 8
Heuvelton put a stranglehold on victory early in the game with three runs in the first and a key 10-run outpouring in the second inning. Bulldog batters went virtually silent over the next three innings, without scoring a run, before a four-run insurance rally in the bottom of the sixth. The Cougars chipped away after falling behind 13-1, with runs in almost every inning after, but got only as close as 13-7. Molly Williams led the Bulldogs with three hits, including a home run in the first inning. Kathryn Cunningham had a triple and a single. Allison Trathen and Rylin McAllister scored three runs each. Lucy Frary led the Cougars with four singles and three runs scored. Leanne Hall delivered had three hits and two runs scored, while Cadey Wheat added two hits and one run scored.

MAY 20: CANTON, FLYERS SUFFER WALK-OFF LOSSES

COLTON-PIERREPONT 9, NORWOOD-NORFOLK 8
Colton-Pierrepont (3-2) rallied for six runs over the final three innings to overcome Norwood-Norfolk (7-2) and cut the Flyers’ East divisional lead to just one game over idle Brushton-Moira. Jozalynn Campbell stroked three singles and Alexis Cuthbert had a pair of hits and scored four runs in powering the Colts’ offense. The Flyers built a 7-3 lead, before the Colts rallied and held the Flyers to just one run over the last three innings. Shelby Vallance ripped three hits and Caramia Carista had two base-knocks for the Flyers.

MASSENA 11, CANTON 10
The Red Raiders rallied with four runs in the bottom of the seventh inning for a walk off 11-10 victory, sending Canton to its first Central Division loss of the season and knocking the Golden Bears out of first place, a half-game behind Malone. Five straight Raiders came to the plate, with Jaylyn Cook driving in the game-winning runs without an out in the inning. Massena ace Caitlyn Reed fanned 11 Golden Bears and aided her own cause with three hits. Ainsley Cromie slugged a home run among her three hits, while Cook and Kirsten Oliver also collected three hits. As they did in their first meeting at Canton, the Bears scored early with three runs in both the first and second innings, but this time, struggled to score only two runs against Reed over the final 11 outs. Lexi Huiatt and Hadleigh Thornton paced Canton with two hits apiece.

OGDENSBURG 21, SALMON RIVER 1 (1ST GAME)
OGDENSBURG 18, SALMON RIVER 0 (2ND GAME)

Ogdensburg had its way on both sides of the ledger – at the plate, and with pitching and defense – in a home doubleheader sweep. Emily Farrand, Paige Pinkerton and Abigail Raven each contributed three hits, as OFA blew the game open with 12 runs in the fifth inning of the first game. Salmon River managed just three hits in game one, but strung together two hits in the third inning to produce their only run of the afternoon. Riley Hough tossed a three-hitter in the first contest and a four-hitter in the nightcap to lead the defensive effort. Raven, Katherine Smith and Emma LeBeau each produced three hits for OFA in the second contest.

MALONE 24, POTSDAM 7
Malone jumped on Potsdam for six runs in the top of the first, then tacked on a 10-run fifth in propelling the Huskies (8-1) into first place in the Central Division, following Canton’s first loss of the season. Ryleigh McCauley led Malone with four hits and four RBI’s. Courtney Dumas also ripped three hits for the Huskies. Potsdam was led by Karley Green who had three hits.

HAMMOND 12, EDWARDS-KNOX 5
Hammond gathered fiver runs in the first, three in the second and three more in the fifth inning to glean a 12-0 lead, while pitcher Sydney Tanner cruised through the Cougar batting order with eight strikeouts in the first six innings. E-K plated five runs in the final inning, despite three more strikeouts, including two K’s to end the game. Avery Kenyon blasted a three-run home run, while Zoey abd Hailey Cunningham and Alyvia Crosby each produced two hits for Hammond. Lucy Frary led the Cougars with a pair of hits.

MORRISTOWN 3, HARRISVILLE 2
Cleanup batter Rylie Showers slugged a three-run home run in the first inning, then just two batters reached base the rest of the way. The Green Rockets held off Harrisville with the three-hit pitching of Emma Showers to squeeze out the win. Harrisville scored single runs in the first and third innings, but mustered just one hit over the final four innings. Megan Kackison paced the Pirates with two hits, including a triple.

MADRID-WADDINGTON 22, TUPPER LAKE 7
Tupper Lake got off to a good offensive start with four runs in the first inning to tie the game 4-4, but the offense sputtered over the final five innings. Madrid-Waddington pounded out 10 runs in the pivotal second inning to anchor its win. The Jackets capitalized on 10 walks issued. Lacey Sullivan and Annie Basford scored four runs each in five trips to the plate for M-W. Tupper Lake’s Amber Boudreau scored two runs.

ST. LAWRENCE CENTRAL 17, GOUVERNEUR 10
St. Lawrence Central parlayed early scoring into a victory, with four runs in the first and seven runs in the key third inning. Chantel McCarthy collected four hits, including a double and two runs scored to lead the Larries. Rylee Daust, Hannah Agens, Mckenna Bowles, Gracie Lalonde and Brionna Foster all rapped two hits apiece. Gouverneur chopped away with two runs in the second, three in the third inning, a run in the fourth and fifth, and three in the seventh. Ratlin Burns, Lia Canella, Elizabeth Riutta and Shantall Sweet all had two hits for the Wildcats.

 


 

Games of Week 3: May 10-15, 2021

 NCSN  Section X Softball Scoreboard

SATURDAY, MAY 15, 2021

East Division
Norwood-Norfolk 5, Brushton-Moira 4 (1st game)
Norwood-Norfolk 10, Brushton-Moira 7 (2nd game)

Non League
Carthage 19, Harrisville 12

 

FRIDAY, MAY 14, 2021

East Division
Norwood-Norfolk 23, Tupper Lake 7
Madrid-Waddington 14, Parishville-Hopkinton 12
Central Division
St. Lawrence Central 25, Potsdam 10
Malone 8, Massena 2
West Division
Edwards-Knox 15, Lisbon 4
Heuvelton 9, Harrisville 3

 

THURSDAY, MAY 13, 2021

East Division
Brushton-Moira 23, Tupper Lake 4
Central Division
Ogdensburg 5, Gouverneur 4 (8 inn.)
Canton 6, Malone 2

West Division
Hammond 9, Harrisville 0
Heuvelton at Hermon-DeKalb, ppd. to 5/28
Non League
Potsdam 12, Madrid-Waddington 3

 

WEDNESDAY, MAY 12, 2021

East Division
Chateaugay 18, Tupper Lake 17
Norwood-Norfolk 14, Parishville-Hopkinton 1
Central Division
Canton 15, Potsdam 0
Malone 8, Ogdensburg 3
Massena 13, St. Lawrence Central 4
Gouverneur 20, Salmon River 4
West Division
Harrisville 15, Lisbon 14
Hammond 13, Morristown 1

 

MONDAY, MAY 10, 2021

East Division
Colton-Pierrepont 13, Chateaugay 9
Brushton-Moira 23, Tupper Lake 4
Central Division
Canton 11, Gouverneur 0
Massena 14, Potsdam 6
Ogdensburg 11, St. Lawrence Central 8
Malone 17, Salmon River 1
West Division
Hermon-DeKalb 14, Lisbon 11
Edwards-Knox 12, Harrisville 5

MAY 10: BIG-INNING RALLIES PROPEL VICTORIES

COLTON-PIERREPONT 13, CHATEAUGAY 9
Early and persistent scoring by the Colts kept the Bulldogs at bay. Colton-Pierrepont chipped away fro two runs in the first, three more in both the second and third innings, then a four-run fourth. After a run in the home first, Chateaugay finally got the bats working with four in the third frame and three more in the fourth, but came up with just one run over the final three innings. Chamberlain, Rutledge, Thomas and Crocie all had two hits for the Colts. Chloe Champagne and Ali Johnston, at the top of the batting order, both scored three times for the Bulldogs.

BRUSHTON-MOIRA 23, TUPPER LAKE 4
After leading 5-4 through the first two innings, Brushton-Moira rallied for eight runs in the third inning and 10 more runs in the fourth to defeat the Lumberjacks. All of Tupper Lake’s runs came in the second. B-M’s Emma Hawkins reached and scored in all five plate appearances in the lead-off spot. Natalie Palmer and Bailey Traynor added three runs-scored each. 

CANTON 11, GOUVERNEUR 0
Canton pitchers Emily Wentworth and Hadley Alguire combined on a one-hit shutout over Gouverneur. Wentworth pitched five innings, struck out 10 and allowed the lone hit to Ellen Baer. Alguire pitched the other two innings, with one strike out. Wentworth also aided her own cause going 4-for-5 with two RBIs. Natalie Warner and Hadleigh Thornton delivered two hits apiece, Cate DeCoteau had two hits including a triple, Alguire had a double and two RBIs. Coach Mike Wentworth praised the continued hard work of his defense. “Both our pitchers continue to throw well and our defense is improving every day. Our infielders made a lot of nice plays today.”

OGDENSBURG 11, ST. LAWRENCE CENTRAL 8
Ogdensburg countered St. Lawrence Central’s early scoring with a decisive seven-run rally in the final inning to overcome the Larries. St. Lawrence jumped out to a five-run first inning, then a 6-2 lead, but saw the Blue Devils chip away with a pair of runs in the third inning, on an Abby Raven bloop single to left. St. Lawrence Central added to its lead when Hannah Agens drilled the ball over the right fielder and came all the way around for a solo home run. Emily Farrand delivered a homer in OFA's seventh inning rally. Riley Howe threw four innings of relief to gain the mound win.

MASSENA 14, POTSDAM 6
Massena came out swinging with an-run outburst in the opening inning. Both teams played evenly 6-6 the rest of the way. Caitlyn Reed swatted a single, walked three times and scored three runs to pace the Raiders, who tacked on three spots in the third and fifth innings. Ainsley Cromie cranked a home run. Potsdam chipped away to get the score to 8-4 in the second inning, capitalizing on walks. Dimarco singled and scored a run for the Sandstoners.

MALONE 17, SALMON RIVER 1
Malone scored seven runs in the second inning, then insured the victory with a six-run rally in the fourth. Ryleigh McCauley, Julia Perras and Cathleen Bonville all led the Huskies with three hits each. McCauley was also the winning pitcher. Mia Leroux broke up the shutout by scoring in the fourth inning, after reaching on a single.

HERMON-DEKALB 14, LISBON 11
Hermon-DeKalb utilized a six-run rally in the second inning, backed by four-hit performances from Brianna Grant and Olivia Sharpe to beat Lisbon. The Golden Knights attempted a strong rally in the sixth, plating five runs. Grant and Sharpe each delivered a triple and three singles. Meg Nolan, Audri Tehonica, Rylie Hale, Abby French and Sierra Riley all the two hits for H-D. Rachel LaRock led Lisbon with two singles.

EDWARDS-KNOX 12, HARRISVILLE 5
A one-run game through four innings, turned into a rout when the Cougars plated eight runs in the decisive fifth inning, on a series of walks, errors and timely hits. Decota Matthews and Cadey Wheat combined in the mound win. Hailey Mathews cracked a double and added two singles, while Wheat contributed a pair of singles in the win. Harrisville was led by Tori Moore with a home run and two doubles, while Amy Manchester had a pair of doubles.

MAY 15: flyers sweep b-m out of first place in east

NORWOOD-NORFOLK 5, BRUSHTON-MOIRA 4 (1ST)
NORWOOD-NORFOLK 10, BRUSHTON-MOIRA 7 (2ND)

The Flyers swept both close games from previously-unbeaten Brushton-Moira to improve to 6-1 and take over sole possession of first place in the East Division. In game one, N-N edged out to a 1-0 lead in the first inning when KJ Belmore scored on Shelby Vallance’s RBI triple. The Panthers then opened a 4-1 lead when Emmaleigh Huskins and Olivia Bobbie scored in the second, and Claire Durant’s RBI in a two-run third. N-N pitcher Madison Weaver held the Panthers scoreless over the past four innings. Vallance drove in another run in the third. Vallance and Weaver scored in the fifth to tie the game. Kylee Kellison single and scored the walk-off run on an error to seal the win in the opener. In the nightcap, both teams scored three runs in the opening frame, before the pitching dominated in the next three frames. The Flyers scored three more times in the fifth and four runs in the sixth to win. Belmore, Vallance and Sophie Lauzon each stroked three hits for the Flyers. Vallance delivered three RBIs. Kennadey Hebert stroked a double, triple and RBI to pace the Panthers.

CARTHAGE 19, HARRISVILLE 12
Carthage jumped on the Pirates for five runs in the first, three in the second, four more runs in the third, and seated the win with six insurance runs in the sixth inning. Harrisville tried to keep pace by banking six runs in the second inning to close within 8-6, the three more scores in the third and four in the sixth. The Pirate offense was led by Torie Moore who belted a three-run round-tripper. Amy Manchester contributed two doubles and a single.

MAY 14: m-w outlasts p-h;
malone, heuvelton win

NORWOOD-NORFOLK 23, TUPPER LAKE 7
Big innings for Norwood-Norfolk included four in the first and fifth innings, with five in the sixth inning and six more runs in the seventh. Every batter in the Flyers’ lineup scored, led by KJ Belmore who scored five times in six plate appearances. Seven different Lumberjacks scored a run and/or had a hit apiece.

MADRID-WADDINGTON 14, PARISHVILLE-HOPKINTON 12
Madrid-Waddington jumped out to a 6-0 first-inning lead and held the Panthers down till the late innings. Parishville-Hopkinton bounced back with three runs in the fourth and sixth innings, then scored two runs in the bottom of the seventh, but left two runners, including the potential tying runs on base to end the game. Lacey Sullivan and Basford score three runs each for M-W. Every batter in the Panther lineup scored at least one run, led by Kelly Bloom and Cassidy Phippen with two runs score.

ST. LAWRENCE CENTRAL 25, POTSDAM 10
After Potsdam scored the opening run in the first, the Larries went on a tear by sending eight consecutive batters to the plate and all scored while batting around the order in the bottom of the frame. The Larries’ Hannah Agans struck out seven Sandstoners and helped her own cause by belting a fourth-inning grand slam in lifting St. Lawrence Central to its second win (2-3). Rylee Daoust collected four hits and Brionna Foster chipped in three base-knocks in the win. Taylor Benda delivered a home run for Potsdam.

MALONE 8, MASSENA 2
Malone pitcher Mackenzie Lane held Massena scoreless until the sixth inning to anchor the Huskies’ win. Ryleigh McCauley delivered a triple and a single to power the Huskies offense. Isabelle Wilson provided three hits, including a triple and Kristen Oliver lined two hits for Massena.

EDWARDS-KNOX 15, LISBON 4
Edwards-Knox nibbled for runs in every inning, including three three-run innings to beat Lisbon. Lucy Frary, Leanne Hall and Hailey Matthews each had a pair of hits for the Cougars. Erica Snyder and Ava Bouchey ripped two hits each for Lisbon.

HEUVELTON 9, HARRISVILLE 3
Heuvelton built a 4-0 lead through three innings, then added three runs in the fifth inning to fuel the win.  Allison Trathen paced the Bulldogs with a trio of hits, while Rylin McAllister contributed to base hits in the win. Catkinson lined two hits, while Tori Moore spanked a double.

MAY 13: O.F.A. Wins in extras, Canton downs malone

BRUSHTON-MOIRA 23, TUPPER LAKE 4
After a two-run first inning, Brushton-Moira racked up 11 runs in the second and nine runs in the fourth to power past Tupper Lake. Brushton-Moira pitcher Kennadey Hebert fired nine strikeouts, while Tupper Lake ace Libby Gillis had two strikeouts. B-M’s Emma St. Mary went 4-for-5 with a triple. Kennadey Hebert went 5-for-5, while Summer Mayville went 4-for-4 with a double and Bailey Traynor went 4-for-5 with a double.

OGDENSBURG 5, GOUVERNEUR 4 (8 INN.)
Gabrielle Morley singled, then came home to score on Riley Hough’s single, as OFA produced a walk-off, extra-inning win over Gouverneur. The Wildcats produced a 2-0 lead in the fourth, but OFA chipped away with a run in the fifth and another in the sixth. Gouverneur took a 4-2 lead in the top of the seventh, but the Blue Devils tied the game with a pair of runs in the bottom of the seventh to force extra innings. Bailey Friot, Abby Raven and Gabrielle Morley had two hits each for Ogdensburg. Ratlin Burns and Katelyn Clancy had the Wildcats two lone hits.

CANTON 6, MALONE 2
In a battle of Central Division unbeatens, Canton nibbled for single runs in each of the first three innings, with both teams scoring two runs in the fifth. After building a 5-0 lead, Canton (5-0) held on for a 6-2 win over the Huskies, who fell to 5-1. Canton had only four hits for the game: Natalie Warner produced two hits, while winning pitcher Hadley Alguire (seven-hitter, five strikeouts), Emily Wentworth, Brooke Larabee and Cate DeCoteau had one base-knock each. Ryleigh McCauley slammed a home run, while pitching a six hitter and fanning 14. Courtney Dumas and Julia Perras had two hits each to lead the Huskies.

HAMMOND 9, HARRISVILLE 0
Both teams had limited hits, but Hammond capitalized on seven walks to score five runs on no hits in the third inning. The Red Devils added three more runs on two hits in the fourth. Sydney Tanner, Zoey Cunningham and Brooklyn Arquitt had solo hits. The Pirates were held to three hits scattered across separate innings. Tanner struck out six and tossed a three hitter for Hammond, with Rachel Woodward, Evelyn Winters and Torie Moore each getting a hit for Harrisville.

POTSDAM 12, MADRID-WADDINGTON 3
Potsdam carved out two runs in the first, third and fourth innings, but then blew the game open with five runs in the fifth inning. Kelsey Green ripped three hits, including a double, and scored three times to lead the Sandstoners. MacHelle Morehouse and Taylor Benda also scored a pair of runs. Benda belted a triple, while Morehouse contributed two singles. Madrid-Waddington scored once in the first and added two runs to lead off the seventh. Keli Kingston, Meg Burwell and Zoey Taylor smacked two hits each for the Yellowjackets.

MAY 12: canton's alguire,
n-n's weaver no-hit wins

CANTON 15, POTSDAM 0
Hadley Alguire pitched a perfect game for Canton, striking out seven, in a 15-0 whitewash of Potsdam.
Lexi Huiatt protected the perfecto with a leaping snag of a Karley Green rap in the final inning. No ball left the infield. The Golden Bears have now gone 25 consecutive innings without relinquishing a run. Canton slugged out 11 hits, including a home run by Alguire’s cousin and fellow pitcher Emily Wentworth.

NORWOOD-NORFOLK 14, PARISHVILLE-HOPKINTON 1
Madison Weaver twirled a no hitter while striking out 11 Panthers in the win. The Flyers manufactured six runs in the first inning to set the tone. Kylee Ellison paced the Flyers’ attack with three hits. The Panthers’ lone run came in the second inning. Natalie Snell walked and scored the run on a passed ball.

CHATEAUGAY 18, TUPPER LAKE 17
Chateaugay built a 9-0 lead, but had to scratch to fend off a furious Tupper Lake comeback. The Lumberjacks scored 11 runs in the sixth inning to close within 18-16. After a 1-2-3 top of the seventh, Tupper Lake’s London Tyo scored, but the Jacks finished the game on a strikeout with the tying run on first base. Chloe Champagne scored four times to lead the Bulldogs. Tyo also scored four times for Tupper Lake.

HARRISVILLE 15, LISBON 14
The Pirates’ Amy Manchester had five hits, including a three-run home run and a double. Caroline Delles hit a game-tying single in the bottom of the seventh and Evelyn Winters stroked the game winning hit for Harrisville. Grace Smith, Gabrielle Taylor and Ava Bouchey all stroked two hits for Lisbon.

MALONE 8, OGDENSBURG 3
Ryleigh McCauley continued her mound dominance by allowing just two hits and striking out 15 Blue Devils in a key Central Division matchup. With the win, the Huskies remain unbeaten (5-0) atop the division. Malone tallied three runs in the second, two in the third and three in the sixth inning. Alanna Dumas and Julia Perras each delivered two hits for Malone. Ogdensburg produced all of its runs in the seventh. Emily Ferrand and Gabrielle Morley had the OFA hits.

GOUVERNEUR 20, SALMON RIVER 4
Lia Canell and Peyton Mussaw each delived four hits for the Wildcats. Talynn Wylie spanked three hits for Salmon River.

HAMMOND 13, MORRISTOWN 1
Sydney Tanner was the winning pitcher, limiting the Green Rockets to just one run, while fanning 12 batters. She also had two hits to help her own cause. Zoey Cunningham had a hot streak of five hits, while Alyvia Crosby cranked out three hits for the Red Devils.

MASSENA 13, ST. LAWRENCE CENTRAL 4
Massena’s Caitlyn Reed had a strong 14-strikeout performance to guide the Raiders to their third win in five games. Massena bats went right to work with six runs in the first inning, then added five more in the third. Grayce Trimboli was the hot hitter with three base knocks for Massena. Rylie Daoust had two hits for St. Lawrence Central that opened the game with two runs in the top of the first and another in the second, but were held to just one run over the final five innings.

 

Games of Weeks 1-2: April 27-May 8, 2021

 NCSN Section X Softball Scoreboard

SATURDAY, MAY 8, 2021

East Division
Chateaugay 18, Madrid-Waddington 9
Brushton-Moira at Colton-Pierrepont (2), ppd.
Central Division
Malone at Canton, ppd. to 5/11
St. Lawrence Central 14, Salmon River 0
West Division
Hammond at Harrisville, ppd. to 5/13

 

FRIDAY, MAY 7, 2021

Central Division
Gouverneur 15, Potsdam 0
Ogdensburg 6, Massena 5
West Division
Heuvelton 16, Lisbon 2
Edwards-Knox 16, Harrisville 2
Non League
Alexandria 18, Hermon-DeKalb 15

 

THURSDAY, MAY 6, 2021

East Division
Norwood-Norfolk 7, Chateaugay 6 (1st game)
Chateaugay 4, Norwood-Norfolk 3 (2nd game)
Madrid-Waddington 8, Colton-Pierrepont 3
Central Division
Malone 18, Gouverneur 0
Canton 15, St. Lawrence Central 0
Ogdensburg 19, Potsdam 2
Massena 15, Salmon River 5
West Division
Hammond 8, Hermon-DeKalb 2

 

WEDNESDAY, MAY 5, 2021

East Division
Parishville-Hopkinton at Chateaugay, ppd.
Central Division
St. Lawrence Central at Gouverneur, ppd.
Malone 9, Ogdensburg 3
West Division
Morristown 22, Lisbon 4

 

TUESDAY, MAY 4, 2021

East Division
Norwood-Norfolk 9, Colton-Pierrepont 1
Madrid-Waddington 26, Tupper Lake 19
Central Division
Malone 16, Potsdam 1
Canton 15, Massena 0
West Division
Morristown 19, Harrisville 9
Hermon-DeKalb 4, Edwards-Knox 2
Hammond 4, Heuvelton 2

 

MONDAY, MAY 3, 2021

East Division
Parishville-Hopkinton 13, Tupper Lake 10
West Division
Heuvelton at Hammond, ppd. to 5/4
Non League
Carthage 21, Gouverneur 7

 

SATURDAY, MAY 1, 2021

Non League
Canton 11, Heuvelton 5 (completion of susp. game)

 

FRIDAY, APRIL 30, 2021

Non League
Hermon-DeKalb at Canton (2), ppd.
Potsdam at Norwood-Norfolk, ppd.

 

THURSDAY, APRIL 29, 2021

Non League
Canton 9, Heuvelton 2 (1st game)
Heuvelton 2, Canton 1 (2nd game/susp. after 1 inn.)
Hammond at Thousand Islands (2), ppd. to 5/22

 

TUESDAY, APRIL 27, 2021

Non League
Canton 8, Hammond 2 (1st game)
Hammond 7, Canton 6 (2nd game)

Morristown at Alexandria Bay, canceled

caNton pulls away from heuvelton in 9-2 triumph

CANTON 9, HEUVELTON 2; NIGHTCAP SUSPENDED
A six-run outburst in the second inning propelled the Golden Bears to the win.  Canton sent 10 batters to the plate in the rally.  After Heuvelton chipped into the lead with a pair of runs in the third, Canton pushed across two insurance runs in the fourth.  Emily Wentworth and Hadley Alguire pitched three innings each and scattered five hits among five different Bulldogs.  Wentworth and Lexi Huiatt each had two hits.  Game 2 was suspended after the first inning, due to field conditions.

CANTON 8-2, HAMMOND 7-6 SPLIT SEASON OPENERS


Canton’s Brooke Larrbaee (12) drives the ball deep into centerfield to earn a single and drive home the runner from second base for an RBI.  The Golden Bears jumped to a quick 3-0 lead over Hammond with a strong first inning.  In a season-opening double header, the Golden Bears captured the first game 8-2, but Hammond bounced back to edge Canton 7-6 in the nightcap.  (Cody Jenne photo)

Hammond third baseman Alyvia Crosbie (23) makes the tag for an out to end Canton's first-inning rally.
 

In the first game, Canton stacked up three runs in the first inning, then five more in the fifth to power an 8-2 opening-day win, behind the two-hit pitching of Emily Wentworth. The Canton mound ace struck out 13 Red Devils and allowed just one walk over six innings. Hammond made the contest interesting with both their runs in the top of the fifth, to cut the Bears’ lead to 3-2 before the five-run outburst in the bottom of the frame put the game away. Wentworth aided her own cause with three hits. Lexi Hiatt, Brooke Larrabee, Hadleigh Thornton and Hadley Alguire stroke two hits each. Zoey Cunningham and Alivia Crosby had the lone hits for Hammond.

In the second contest, Canton rallied from a 7-2 hole in the final two innings, but came up short 7-6. Hammond opened a 3-2 lead after one inning, added three more runs in the third and what proved to be the game winner in the fifth. Canton pushed across three runs in the fifth and another in the sixth, but left the tying and winning runs on base to end the game. Canton outhit Hammond 9-6, as Bears’ pitcher Hadley Alguire scattered six hits among six different Devils, but suffered the mound loss. Canton had four players – Wentworth, Alguire, Huiatt and Natalie Warner with two hits each.

may 5: rockets rock lisbon, malone stops ogdensburg

MALONE 9, OGDENSBURG 3
Malone carved out a 5-1 lead through the first three innings, then had to tack on late insurance runs to hold off Ogdensburg. The Blue Devils scored a pair of runs in the fifth to cut the Huskies’ lead to 5-3. Malone added a pair of runs in the sixth and seventh to seal their second win of the season (2-0). Mackenzie Lane tossed a six-hotter and struck out 11 batters. She also aided her own cause with a double, two singles and three runs scored. Ryleigh McCauley and Madison Klepfer stroked two singles and scored twice. Paige Pinkerton led Ogdensburg with a single, a double and a run scored.

MORRISTOWN 22, LISBON 4
Leading 1-0, the Green Rockets exploded for 15 runs in a dynamic second inning to dominate Lisbon. The first 11 batters of the inning all scored. Morristown scored in each of its four innings at bat. Emma Showers, Emilie O’Donnell and Karissa Donnelly led the Rockets with three hits apiece. Every batter in the Rocket lineup had a hit, except Hailey Ward who walked three times. For Lisbon, Rachel LaRock led Lisbon with three singles and two runs scored.

MAY 8: LARRIES SHUT OUT SHAMROCKS; BULLDOGS WIN

CHATEAUGAY 18, MADRID-WADDINGTON 9
Chateaugay jumped off to a 7-0 lead before the Jackets got their first at bats, then had to fend off a Yellow Jacket rally to tie 7-7 at the end of the second. However, the Jackets were held to just two runs in the rest of the way, as Chateaugay landed three runs in the third and two runs in the fourth and fifth innings. Chloe Champagne had two hits, five stolen bases and scored three times. Rebekah Miller had three hits, two stolen bases and one run scored. Lacey Sullivan paced the Jackets with three hits, two walks, two runs scored and one stolen base.

ST. LAWRENCE CENTRAL 14, SALMON RIVER 0
Larries’ pitchers allowed just one hit and six batters over regulation with two walks and three errors, in producing the shutout. St. Lawrence scored twice in the first, opened a 7-0 lead in the second, then blew the game open with six runs in the fourth inning. Brionna Foster walked twice and scored three times. McKenna Bowles added three hits. Mia Leroux connected for the only hit for Salmon River.

MAY 7: O.F.A. RALLIES LATE TO EDGE MASSENA; e-k wins

GOUVERNEUR 15, POTSDAM 0
Gouverneur ace Peyton Mussaw dealt a four-hit, six-strikeout shutout in guiding Gouverneur past Potsdam. The Wildcats racked up four runs in both the first and second innings to pave the way to victory. Lia Canell had hits in all four plate appearances, while Elizabeth Riutta went 3-for-3. Mussaw and Ellen Baer each singled twice.

OGDENSBURG 6, MASSENA 5
Ogdensburg rallied for two runs in the fifth and another in the sixth to outlast the Red Raiders 6-5. O.F.A.’s Riley Hough came on in relief for the final two innings to retire all six batters. Bailey Friot started the game and went five innings, striking out five. Friot helped he own cause with two singles and two runs scored. Katherine Smith singled and scored what proved to be the game-winning run in the sixth. Emma LeBeau tripled, while Abby Raven, Paige Pinkerton and Gabrielle Morley provided singles. Caitlyn Reed and Liz Rogers both singled twice for the Raiders.

HEUVELTON 16, LISBON 2
Heuvelton stacked up eight runs in the first inning, setting the tone for a 16-2 romp over the Golden Knights. Molly Williams contributed a pair of doubles and a single, while Amber Cunningham chimed in with three singles. Rylin McAllister laced two singles. Ally Trathen and Chasity Johnson combined pitching for the win. Erika Snyder led the hitting for Lisbon.

EDWARDS-KNOX 16, HARRISVILLE 2
A string of five runs in the second inning propelled the Cougars to an early lead, then a seven-run outburst in the sixth frame sealed the win over Harrisville. Kaitlyn Siroka’s bases-loaded triple, Hailey Matthews’ three RBIs and two hits each from Sophia Vachez and Decoda Matthews powered the offense. Decoda and Kayleigh Allen combined for eight strikeouts in holding down the Pirate offense. Tori Moore, Rachel Woodward and Megan Kackison each laced doubles for Harrisville.

ALEXANDRIA BAY 18, HERMON-DEKALB 15
In a non-league contest, Alexandria Bay outlast Hermon-DeKalb 18-15. The Green Demons scored in all but one inning, but were out-dueled in the final three innings. Rylie Hale singled, tripled and contributed two RBIs. Bre Grant scored three times off two walks, a single and a double.

may 6: FLYERS-BULLDOGS SPLIT ONE-RUN GAMES

NORWOOD-NORFOLK 7, CHATEAUGAY 6 (1ST GAME)
CHATEAUGAY 4, NORWOOD-NORFOLK 3 (2ND GAME)

After the Flyers opened with a 3-0 lead, Chateaugay battled back to tie 6-6 with two runs in the top of the sixth. N-N’s Shelby Vallance belted a double and drove in the game-winning, walk-off run in the final at-bats, plating KJ Belmore. In the nightcap, Chateaugay scored all four runs in the first two innings, just enough to hold off the Flyers 4-3. Chloe Champagne scored two of the Bulldogs runs.

MADRID-WADDINGTON 8, COLTON-PIERREPONT 3
After a 2-2 first inning, the Jackets chipped away with a run in the second and another in the fourth, before putting up a four-run fifth inning, and taking a commanding 8-2 lead. The Colts were held to just run, scored in the last of the fifth. Annie Basford let the Jackets with a single, a triple and two runs scored.

CANTON 15, ST. LAWRENCE CENTRAL 0
Canton pitchers Emily Wentworth and Hadley Alguire combined on a three-hitter, striking out 13 Larries in forging a 15-0 shutout. Canton opened the scoring with three runs in the first, then scored five in the third inning and four more insurance markers in the fourth. For Canton, Lexi Huiatt, Sydnee Francis, Emily Wentworth, Natalie Warner and Brooke Larrabee all stroked two hits. Larrabee drilled a triple and a home run. St. Lawrence Central was led by Rylee Daoust, Hannah Agans and Chantel McCarthy, all with one hit.

OGDENSBURG 19, POTSDAM 2
Ogdensburg scored in every inning but the second, including a seven-run outburst in the third frame, to beat Potsdam. The Sandstoners scored both runs in the sixth. Emily Ferrand and Paige Pinkerton, at the top of the OFA lineup, each had three hits, and combined to produce five runs. Kelsey Green and Brooke Joyce scored for Potsdam.

MASSENA 15, SALMON RIVER 5
Massena’s eight-run third inning proved to be the difference in the game, dooming the Shamrocks 15-5. Caitlyn Reed went 4-for-4 with three runs scored to pace the Raiders. Ainsley Cromie added three hits and a pair of runs scored. Pithcer Isabelle Wilson aided her own cause with three hits, a walk and a run scored. Salmon River run production came from the top two spots in the batting order. Miranda Collette and Talynn Wylie scored all five runs, while Wiley led the Rocks with two hits.

MALONE 18, GOUVERNEUR 0
Ryleigh McCauley fired a two-hit shutout, pitched to just two batters over regulation and fanned 14 Wildcats in the win. The Huskies scored twice in the first inning, but then blew the game open with a six-run second frame. They also capitalized on 10 errors. McCauley led the way with three hits, including a pair of home runs. Mackenzie Lane collected four hits including a homer in a four-run sixth inning.

HAMMOND 8, HERMON-DEKALB 2
After Hermon-DeKalb tapped the Red Devils for a run when Hanna Gollinger scored in the top of the first, Hammond bounced a pair of runs in the second and third innings for a 4-1 lead. The Devils added four insurance runs in the sixth inning to seal the win. Alyvia Crosby delivered two hits to lead Hammond. Gollinger had two hits and scored both runs for the Green Demons.

WILD JACKETS-TUPPER LAKE CONTEST LEADS MAY 4 GAMES

MADRID-WADDINGTON 26, TUPPER LAKE 19
In a wild affair at Madrid-Waddington, both teams scored in every inning, with the Yellow Jackets prevailing in a 45-run contest. The Jackets led 3-1 after the first inning, then both teams plated five runs in the second and five more each in the third. Madrid-Waddington outscore Tupper 7-4 in the fourth, 3-2 in the fifth and 3-2 in the sixth inning for the win.

NORWOOD-NORFOLK 9, COLTON-PIERREPONT 1
The Flyers broke open a scoreless game with four runs in the fourth inning, then rallied for five more insurance runs in the sixth, to beat the Colts at Swift Field in South Colton. Sophie Lauzon led the Flyers with two hits, a walk and two runs scored. Madison Weaver picked up the mound win. The Colts scored their lone run in the seventh inning, to break up the shutout.

MALONE 16, POTSDAM 1
Malone’s Ryleigh McCauley pitched a three-hitter, dealt 14 strikeouts and aided her own cause with a pair of hits. Courtney Dumas chipped in three hits and Alanna Dumas stroked a pair of hits for the Huskies, who jumped on Potsdam pitching for five runs in each of the first two innings and six runs in the fifth. Potsdam’s lone run came in the second inning.

CANTON 15, MASSENA 0
Emily Wentworth and Hadley Alguire combined on a two-hitter to lead Canton past Massena. Brooke Larrabee lined three hits and delivered two RBIs, while Sydnee Francis collected two hits and also drove in a pair of runs for the Golden Bears. Lexi Hiatt also had two hits, including a bunt single.

HAMMOND 4, HEUVELTON 3 - A three-run, fifth inning outburst carried Hammond past Heuvelton in West Division action. Heuvelton held a 2-1 lead after four innings. However, Zoey Cunningham, Sydney Tanner and Brooklyn Arquitt strung together three singles in the rally. Tanner fanned seven Heuvelton batters in the win. Carley Simmons had two hits for Heuvelton.

MORRISTOWN 19, HARRISVILLE 9
Kassidy Sullivan led the Rockets’ attack with four hits. The Rockets stacked up six runs in each of the first and sixth innings. Emma Showers collected three hits and Karissa Donnelly slammed two hits for the Rockets. Harrisville was led by Hannah Woodard and Logan Smith with two hits each.

HERMON-DEKALB 4, EDWARDS-KNOX 2

Hannah Gollinger legged out a long homer to rightfield in the Demons’ first at-bat. Audri Tehonica drove in a run with a double later in the first inning, for a 2-1 lead. Hailey Matthews led the E-K Cougars with two hits. Breanna Grant held the Cougars scoreless over the last four innings and struck out 14 in the Demons’ victory.