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Norwood-Norfolk wins Class C battle with Larries in softball


Norwood-Norfolk won an early season battle of Class C schools in a 3-1 decision over St. Lawrence Central on Friday in Northern Athletic Conference action.

Meanwhile, Brushton-Moira denied Madrid-Waddington 14-4 and Malone blanked Potsdam 15-0.

In NAC West play, Edwards-Knox topped Morristown 16-1 sparked by a three run triple from Harleigh LeBarge.

Norwood-Norfolk 3, St. Lawrence Central 1: Nikki Fregoe delivered a two run double in the first inning and Jorji LeBarge lined a first inning single and drove in a run with a single in the second inning lifting the Flyers past Class C opponent St, Lawrence Central. Carlie Weaver had two singles and scored once for N-N while Courtnee Wagstaff scored after losing pitcher’s Lindsay Thayer’s only walk in the game came in the second.

Katie Ames fanned just one batter, allowed no walks and five scattered hits in the win. Thayer struckotu nine batters and allowed five hits.

Noele Rufa supplied a double in the first inning for the Larries and scored on one of two singles from Hailey Agan. Brandi Thomas and Liz Lynch each singled.

Brushton-Moira 14, Madrid-Waddington 4: A five run fourth sparked the Panthers past the Jackets.

Kenzi O’Connor supplied a three run double in fourth and went the distance striking out 10 batters and no issuing a walk in the four hitter for the Panthers.

Rachel Tower (two runs score), Megan Debier (two runs scored), Paige Debier (two runs scored), and Jena Dufrane all singles for B-M.

Emily Upstrom and Taylor Marcellus tripled for M-W while Bridget Beldock and Mariah Patenaude each chipped in a single. Desiree Pryce took the loss. Blair Cryderman pitched in relief as the tandem allowed eight walks and six hits.

Malone 15, Potsdam 0: The Huskies took full advantage of their six hits and 10 walks against Potsdam scoring in all five innings to keep their unbeaten record intact.

Franklin Academy sophomore Alissa McCauley tosed the five inning 11 strikeout, one walk, no hitter as Brooke Collins and Erin McDonald, both rapped a double and triple

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