Border Country Sports Report-May 9th

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Good Morning! With the Border Country Sports Blog, I’m Keith Harrington.

Whitehall Holds off Scots to Stay Perfect

Whitehall stayed perfect on the season after holding off Argyle 10-4 in Adirondack Leauge softball.

Khloe Paddock and Madison Gould shared the pitching duties, combining on a five-hitter for the Railroaders. The combo also recorded 14 strikeouts.

Gould also was hot at the plate. She connected on three hits, including a double and triple.

Blake Bird blasted a home run and finished 2 for 3 for Whitehall.

Carrie Humiston smacked two triples for the Scots. and Madison Eldred doubled twice.

Whitehall improved to 8-1, 10-1. Argyle fell to 3-6, 3-6.

Generals Roll Over H-FE

Salem rode a strong pitching performance from Sophia Keys to roll over Hartford-Fort Edward 15-1 in Adirondack League softball.

Keyes struck out 15 to lead the Generals to the win.

Kayla McCauliffe went 2 for 4 with a double for Salem. Meredith Barrett also went 2 for 4.

Ava Nadeau led H-FE at the plate.

Tanaforts Rally Past Salem-Cambridge

Things looked bleak for the Hartford-Fort Edward baseball team with a couple of innings to go, but the Tanaforts roared back to edge Salem-Cambridge 9-8 in Adirondack League baseball.

H-FE trailed 8-3 in the sixth but rallied in the last two frames to steal the victory.

The Tanaforts plated four runs in the sixth to pull within a run. H-FE then scored twice in the seventh.

Joe Allen’s two-out single drove in Zack Bartholomew with the winning run.

Bartholomew went 4 for 5 with a triple and three runs for Hartford-Fort Edward. Dan Boucher went 2 for 4. Braden Whitney reached base in all four at-bats, with a double and three walks.

Drake Stewart pitched a complete game with nine strikeouts for the Tanaforts.

Drake Webster went 3 for 4 for Salem-Cambridge.

Stephen Yakubec struck out nine for S-C.

Witches Defeat Red Raiders in Wasaren Softball

Greenwich remained unbeaten in Wasaren League softball with a 5-2 victory over Mechanicville.

Reegan Mullen had a stellar game for the Witches. Mullen earned the win in the circle and also hit a home run. Mullen spun a two-hitter and struck out eight.

Jocelyn Spiezio smacked two singles for Greenwich. Sophia Boice singled and drove in a pair of runs. Brooke Kuzmich added a double and an RBI.

Liv Horan and Jenna Tesoriero drove in runs for Mechanicville.

Greenwich is now 9-0, 9-0 on the season.

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