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N-N baseball avenges loss to M-W; P-H sweeps Chateaugay


MADRID - The Norwood-Norfolk Central varsity baseball team quickly avenged an NAC East Division loss to Madrid-Waddington by relaying a fast start into a 7-3 win on Tuesday.

Coming off their 9-3 setback at home the day before, the Flyers took early control of the rematch by scoring five times in their first at-bat.

Zeb Brown connected for three singles and Tristen Harvey (2RBI), Kyler MacIntire and Ian St. Andrews (RBI) each stroked a double leading the Flyers.

“They just jumped out early and we didn’t show up to play. We just have to rebound from this” said M-W coach Justin Richards.

Coby Munson pitched the win going four innings with two strikeouts, one walk and four hits allowed. Peter Jarvis logged three innings in relief striking out three with three walks and two hits allowed.

Munson also contributed a single toward the winning offense along with RJ Bendt.

Colin Peacock took the loss allowing nine hits and five walks with three strikeouts. Offensively for M-W, Mike Thew lined a double while Jacob Barney, Blair, Peacock, Zach Brock (2 RBI) and Tanner Uppstrom (RBI) each lining a single.

In other East Division baseball action on Tuesday, Parishville-Hopkinton swept two games from Chateaugay 2-0, 9-5, St. Lawrence Central beat St. Regis Falls 16-3 and Brushton-Moira stopped Tupper Lake 11-2.

P-H 2-9, Chateaugay 0-5: Mike Burns pitched a one-hit shutout in the opening five-inning game to earn the win as the Panthers pushed across solo runs in each of their first two at-bats.

Burns had seven strikeouts and walked just one to outduel Darek Labare (2K, 2BB), who scattered three hits in taking the loss.

Wyatt Snell led off the bottom of the first with a single then scored the only run P-H would need in front of a double by Burns. Shaw Keleher added the insurance run in the second where he stroked a lead-off single, stole second then scored when a ball hit by Garrett Hayes led to an error.

Zach Cowan doubled in the first inning to account for the lone Chateaugay hit.

In the nightcap, the Panthers carried a 3-2 lead into the fourth inning where they put together a decisive five-run surge.

Chase Simmons had five strikeouts and walked five through the first three innings while Hayes came one to close out the win. Nick Ashline (5K, 5BB) pitched the complete-game loss.

Anthony Pullano anchored the P-H offense with two hits, an RBI and run scored. Justin Frank had two hits and scored twice. Burns doubled, scored a run and drove in another. Keleher also singled while Simmons came around to score a pair of runs.

Ashline had two hits and scored a run for Chateaugay. Chris Cluff and Cowan both singled and scored a run.

The Panthers (3-4) are slated to host St. Regis Falls on Thursday.

SLC 16, SRF 3: SLC jumped quickly in front of the host Saints and scored five runs in the first inning. SLC tacked on another seven runs in the second and completed the win with a four-run third to tag starting pitcher Ryan Duquette with the loss.

SLC rapped a total of 15 hits during the victory, while the Saints mustered five.

David Plante led the Larries’ offensive attack with a single and two doubles, while winning pitcher Hadyn St. Hilaire added three singles to the win. David Barney rapped three singles to go with a double, while Jace Lanning added three singles to the win.

During his stint on the mound, St. Hilaire struck out 10 and walked only one.

Matt Cummings had a single and double during the five-inning setback while Louis Goodrow added a double. The other to Saints’ hits were individual singles from Tyler Fraser and Jesse Goodrow.

B-M 11, Tupper Lake 2: BMC continued to swing the hot sticks and rapped 14 hits against a pair of Tupper Lake pitchers to earned its seventh win in eight outings.

Jake St. Mary dominated the Lumberjacks and limited the Tupper Lake squad to just three hits and struck out 14 batters. He issued just one walk during the complete-game victory.

St. Mary also helped the BMC cause at the plate with a single, triple and a run batted in, while Jon Kennedy added drove in three runs with three singles. Alex Burnett also plated three runs with a pair of hits, while Adam Martin (RBI) and Taylor Tallman (2 RBI) had two hits each. Zach Burnett drove in a pair of runs as Bryan Aubrey spanked a two-bagger. Austin Tavernia had the other Brushton-Moira hit, a single.

Alex Gagnier doubled for Tupper Lake in support of losing pitcher Devin Larson.

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