10 YEARS AGO (2003)
Basketball standout Jan Trombly of Chazy is enshrined in the Old Dominion University Hall of Fame.
Soccer standout Gena Rosenbaum and hockey All-American Peter Ollari are named Plattsburgh State’s Athletes of the Year.
Baseball star Tim Barcomb of Morrisonville is chosen as Clarkson University’s Male Athlete of the Year.
Plattsburgh State’s Kris Doorey is named SUNYAC Coach of the Year in baseball while the Cardinals’ David Waldron is picked for the All-SUNYAC team.
Jacki Hutchins of Elizabethtown-Lewis and Malone’s Erica Golden pitch no-hitters in girls’ softball.
Jason Dessureault and Mike Castine set school records in Northeastern Clinton’s track victory over Ticonderoga.
Elliott Luscombe breaks Brian Leonard’s meet record for the 200 meters while Heather Bessette and Jen Dufore lead the Malone girls to victory in the SLU/Section X track & field invitational.
20 YEARS AGO (1993)
Beekmantown’s Suzanne Frenyea is named to the Third Team, Class B All-State team in basketball.
Mike and Traci Esposito win the Mother’s Day Mile.
Crown Point’s Jesse Harrington hurls a no-hitter with 12 strikeouts while teammates Randy Pertak and Dan Dushane rap out three hits each in a victory over Schroon Lake.
Ticonderoga’s Jeremy Hall breaks his Section VII record for the discus with a throw of 169 feet, 1.5 inches.
Malone’s Missy West and Paulette Poirier of Brushton-Moira pitch no-hitters on the same day in NAC softball.
25 YEARS AGO (1988)
Sam Crowningshield of Elizabethtown-Lewis pitches a 2-hit shutout and fans 17 Schroon Lake batters in a 2-0 victory.
Ticonderoga’s Kellie Grinnell wins the 400-meter intermediate hurdles in 1:08.2 and Jenny Giambruno of St. John’s captures the 800 meters in 2:23.8 in the Queensbury Invitational.
Malone’s Melanie Andrews, with three one-hitters already on the season, no-hits Gouverneur in NAC softball.