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NCCS baseball rallies to stop Lake Placid

High school roundup

May 7, 2012
By staff (sports@adirondackdailyenterprise.com) , Adirondack Daily Enterprise

CHAMPLAIN - The Northeastern Clinton baseball team scored two runs in the bottom of the sixth inning on the way to a 7-6 Champlain Valley Athletic Conference victory over Lake Placid on Saturday.

The Blue Bombers racked up seven hits in the game. Lake Placid led 2-0 after the first inning, then took a 4-3 lead with two more runs in the top of the fifth. NCCS regained the advantage in the bottom of the fifth, but the Blue Bombers took another lead in the top of the sixth.

Ryan Meyer had three of the Blue Bombers' seven hits, including a double. R.J. Reid also doubled in the game.

Lake Placid fell to 3-6 with the loss. Northeastern Clinton is 3-3.

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BOYS LACROSSE

Salmon River 10, Saranac Lake 8

SARANAC LAKE - The Saranac Lake boys lacrosse team put up a fight against a tough Salmon River team on Saturday, but had to settle for a 10-8 loss.

It was the second time in three days the teams met, with undefeated Salmon River winning Thursday's game 24-2.

Jeff Stevens led the Red Storm offense Saturday with four goals. Seth Pickreign chipped in two goals and Lance Ackerson had a goal and an assist.

Mike Burpoe stopped 16 shots in goal for the Red Storm.

Lakota Square led all scorers with five goals for Salmon River, which improved to 7-0.

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SOFTBALL

Tupper Lake 6, Clifton-Fine 3

STAR LAKE - The Tupper Lake softball team continued its winning streak Friday with a 6-3 Northern Athletic Conference victory over Clifton-Fine.

Carley Aldridge collected five singles, while Jesse Weigand, Jordyn Stevens and Kelly Doolen each had one to lead the Lumberjacks to their fourth win in a row.

Kelsie St. Louis and Sam Sanford combined to shoulder the pitching duties as the Lumberjacks improved to 5-1 on the season. Sanford helped her own cause with a double in the sixth inning.

Clifton-Fine took a 3-1 lead into the sixth, but the Lumberjacks scored five runs over the final two innings to secure the victory.

Clifton-Fine is 0-5.

 
 

 

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