Tigers, Otters win in baseball action

ADDISON COUNTY — In local high school baseball action late last week, Middlebury and Otter Valley won big at home, and Mount Abraham lost on the road.
OV was set to visit Mount Abe on Saturday, but that game was postponed until this Wednesday. Middlebury’s Saturday home game vs. North Country was also postponed, with no make-up date immediately set.
On Thursday, the Otters scored seven times in the first inning on the way to a 15-1 victory over visiting Fair Haven. Tyler Jones went five innings to earn the win, with Coach Tim Mitchell praising the defense behind him, and John Winslow mopped up. Shane Quenneville (four hits) and Dean Douglas (three hits) led the offense as OV improved to 2-1.
On Thursday, the Tigers thumped host Rice, 12-4, as Aaron Smith tossed six innings of three-hit ball. The Tigers knocked out 10 hits, two by Isaac Rooney, who drove in six of the MUHS runs. MUHS improved to 2-0.
Division I power Champlain Valley crunched the Eagles on Thursday, 16-1, in six innings, as Eagle ace Sawyer Kamman took the pitching loss. Mount Abe dropped to 1-2.

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