December 29, 2013

Flashback: December 29, 2013

10 YEARS AGO (2003)

Mark Rabideau reaches 1,000 points for his basketball career in Seton Catholic’s victory over AuSable Valley.

Nick O’Meara collects 27 points and 15 rebounds while leading PHS past Ticonderoga 60-57. Brenden Graney nets 27 in a losing cause.

Hilary Harwood hits for 25 points to lead Westport over Willsboro 44-31.

Missy West scores 38 points to lead the Franklin Academy alumnae past Saranac 62-58 in the annual Flynn/Gallagher Tournament. MVP Sarah Bushey scores 13 points as Northeastern Clinton tops Saranac 51-29 in the women’s final while Chris Verkey (13) and Chris Dubay (11) lead the Seton Catholic alums to a 60-53 win over Chateaugay in the men’s final.

Beekmantown’s Craig Reyell gets his 100th career point in Beekmantown’s 10-3 hockey win over Missisquoi Union (Vt).

Jason Dragoon, former Seton Catholic standout, earns Big South 3A Boys’ Soccer Coach of the Year honors for leading East Lincoln to the North Carolina playoffs.

20 YEARS AGO (1993)

Saranac finishes second to host Queensbury in wrestling. Lance Eagle and Jason Venne are individual champs while Peru, led by Mark Rock and Craig Duprey, is fourth.

Rice Memorial of Burlington edges host Beekmantown, 57-56, in double overtime in the tournament final. Eric Deshaies scores 17, Ryan Donahue, 15, and John Bromley, 12, for the Eagles (6-1).

Brad Dufrane sinks five of six free throws in the last 90 seconds to give host Brushton-Moira a 68-63 win over Saranac Lake in the final. Matt Frechette scores 18 points and Matt Bruce, 16, for Saranac Lake.

Tournament MVP Pam Dashnaw scores 17 points and comes up with seven steals as Peru defeats host Queensbury, 51-43, in the final. Jill Hartmann makes 6 of 9 free throws in the fourth to help secure the victory.

Joe Rockhill scores 23 points to spark Malone to a 76-65 win over Northeastern Clinton in the final of the Al Zaferakis Tournament. Erik Willette scores 29 for the Cougars.

25 YEARS AGO (1988)

Mike Coolidge sinks 4 free throws in the last 74 seconds to give AuSable Valley a 50-47 come-from-behind win over Peru.

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