STAR LAKE - The Hermon-DeKalb Softball team won a 15-5 decision over Clifton-Fine while Eagles surged in baseball 23-12 on Monday in NAC West Division action.
C-F 23, H-D 12: Matt Russell belted a homerun and two singles and pitched the win.
Logan Hayes, Austin Kerr, and Folsom all connected for three hits for C-F, Adam Harmer and Pat Perry each tripled and singled twice for H-D. Cameron Hance lined three singles.
H-D 15, C-F 5: A five run fourth lifted the Demons as Clarissa Davis connected for a homerun and two singles and Chelsey MacKay, Rhys Bryant and Sabrina Wood all singled twice. MacKay fanned five batters and allowed seven hits.
Delaney Kerr smacked a triple and a single for C-F while Malory Folsom added three singles.
AROUND THE NAC
E-K 42, Potsdam 5 (5 inn): Harleigh LaBarge hurled two innings and Shaye Tayler had three hits, including a triple, and came around to score five times. Aiken and Makayla Bacon both singled and plated four runs.
Kelsey Green singled, doubled and scored twice for Potsdam.
Salmon River 19, Canton 7: The Canton Central School Boys Lacrosse team will be looking to overturn a 19-7 loss on Monday to Salmon River - Saturday at 11 a.m. as part of Canton Lacrosse Alumni Weekend. The Bears will host an Alumni Game against Salmon River players immediately following the high school game.
The Bears family will be honoring the 1998 team for its 15th anniversary of a championship. Pat Corbine will coach the 30 years and older crew and Coach Dave Bradman will guide the under 30 team.
On Monday, the Bears received two goals and one assist from Josh Pierson, one goal and two assists from Jack Elberty. Brandon Rodee, Peyton VanBibber and Jake Facey each scored once withe Derek Glasglow added an assist. Nathan Gibson (eigh saves) and Andrew McCormick (three saves) shared the crease for the Bears who won 9-8 on Friday againts Potsdam.
For Salmon River, Dalston Day (three goals, five assists), Skylar Thomas (five goals), Kyle Lewis (five assists), Kason Tarbell (two goals, two assists) and Frank David (three goals) led the way.