Border Country Sports Report-April 30th

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

Paddock Records 100th Career Strikeout

Sophomore Khloe Paddock recorded her 100th career strikeout as Whitehall cruised past Hadley-Luzerne 20-1 in five innings in Adirondack League softball Monday.

Whitehall put this one away early. The Railroaders scored six runs in the second inning, six in the third, and seven in the fourth to make short work of the Eagles.

Paddock fired a 3-hitter with 10 Ks and two walks.

Haylee Pratt was 2 for 3 with five RBIs. Marissa Eggleston was 2 for 5 with a double and four RBIs for Whitehall. Paddock was 3 for 4 and drove in a pair of runs.

Emily Lyng and Bella Spitoleri also drove in two runs each. Olivia Gordon and Piper Rathbun also had two hits for the Railroaders.

Whitehall is now 5-3 in the league and 5-4 overall.

Argyle Defeats Granville

Argyle moved into a tie for second place in the Adirondack League with a 6-3 win over Granville on Monday. Both teams now have two league losses.

Riley Kober had two hits and Maddy Eldred added an RBI single to pace the Scots. Becca Campbell also contributed two hits for Argyle.

Eldred earned the win in the circle, scattering seven hits and striking out eight.

Megan Decker had a single and two RBIs for Granville. Cecil Valez also had two hits for the Golden Horde.

Lauren Bascom and Ella Olsen combined for seven strikeouts.

Argyle improved to 7-2, 8-4. Granville drops to 6-2, 8-2.

Golden Horde Baseball Bounces Back with a Win

The Granville baseball team bounced back with a win, shutting out Argyle 6-0 in an Adirondack League contest.

Will Jennings earned the win on the hill for the Golden Horde. Jennings allowed just three hits and struck out 10 in six innings of work.

R.J. Monger had a base hit and drove in three runs for Granville. Jack Best added a single and an RBI. Liam Farrell also chipped in a hit.

Dru Austin went the distance for the Scots finishing with six strikeouts, no walks, and two earned runs.

Ben Cuthbert led the Scots at the plate with two singles. Shea Squires also singled.

Keyes Spins No-Hitter as Generals Blank Burghers

Sophia Keyes spun a no-hitter as Salem blanked Warrensburg 11-0 in Adirondack League softball. The win coupled with Granville’s loss to Argyle places the Generals back in sole possession of first place in the league.

Keyes struck out 16 and walked just one in her superior outing.

Keays and Jenna McCauliffe tripled for the Generals. Meredith Barrett also smacked a three-bagger and drove in two runs. Hannah Gongola doubled for Salem.

Hope Sherman had six Ks for the Burghers.

Salem is now 8-1, 10-2. Warrensburg is 3-6, 4-9.

Liebig One-Hitter Leads Hartford Over North Warren

Hartford stayed in the hunt for an ADK softball playoff spot as they defeated North Warren 18-4. The Tanagers are now tied with Whitehall and Fort Ann for the final playoff spot.

Raeghan Liebig fired a complete-game one-hitter with nine strikeouts and no walks to lead the Tanagers.

Liebig also doubled, singled, and drove in three runs. Ava Nadeau had a double, single, four runs scored, and an RBI for Hartford. Silver Stewart hit a triple and scored three runs. Olivia Lindridge went 4 for 5 with three RBIs for Hartford.

Jaemasen Wilkinson had the Cougar’s only hit.

Hartford is now 6-3, 6-4.

Hadley-Luzerne Defeats Railroaders

Hadley-Luzerne won their second game in a row and moved to the .500 mark in the league with an 11-1 win over Whitehall in Adirondack League baseball.

Matt Case led the Eagles with a double, single, two RBIs, and three runs scored.

Case also picked up the win on the bump.

Taylor Smead doubled and Evan Kader tripled for Hadley-Luzerne.

Jake Whiting scored the only run for the Railroaders.

Hadley-Luzerne raised their mark to 4-4, 7-6.

Photo Credit-Jamie Paddock