10 YEARS AGO (2004)
Tanner Santo’s goal with 24 seconds left lifts Lake Placid to a 3-2 victory over Seton Catholic, ending the Knights’ CVAC winning streak in hockey at 23 games.
Katrina Staves, Elizabeth Tregan, Sabrina Morris, Kim Bezio and Kate Kowalowski lead PHS to a 3-2 victory over NAC in a marathon battle of CVAC volleyball unbeatens.
Travis Fisher nets 16 points to lead unbeaten Saranac past PHS 54-48. Fisher becomes the seventh Chief to lead his team in scoring.
Jamie Evens collects 23 points and 20 rebounds to spark Elizabethtown-Lewis to a 61-43 triumph over Willsboro in MVAC girls’ basketball.
Meagan Tubbs tallies 27 points and comes up with 8 steals in Ticonderoga’s 57-51 victory over Seton Catholic. The victory is the Sentinels’ 24th straight on the road and avenges an early-season loss to the Knights.
Cortney Drown has a huge night with 33 points and 16 rebounds in Plattsburgh High’s 57-40 win over Peru.
20 YEARS AGO (1994)
Megan Wood scores 18 points and grabs 12 rebounds and Suzy Paiser adds 17 points as Plattsburgh State rallies to defeat Brockport 55-51.
Kijuan Fryar sinks five 3-pointers to break the school’s career record in Clinton CC’s 82-59 rout of Cobleskill. Denfield James held the mark with 48. Anthony Givens leads the Cougars with 20, Fryar nets 19 and Randy Bowden, 18.
Chris Gondek scores 26 points in Chazy’s 55-48 win over Crown Point. Dave Pelkey leads the Panthers with 10.
Lake Placid’s Cammy Myler becomes the first American woman to win a World Cup race in luge.
Mike LeFevre scores 28 points to lead Dannemora past Elizabethtown-Lewis 81-61.
St. John’s scores six goals in a 7:08 span of the third period on its way to an 8-2 win over PHS. Todd Defayette, Kirk Little and Kris Johnson each score twice for the Irish.
Terry Dumas, George Dumas, Gary Soucie, Bob Jarvis and Lee Muller lead Malone to the team title in the Third Saranac Wrestling Invitational.
Missy Crowningshield comes off the bench to score seven points and grab six rebounds as unbeaten Elizabethtown-Lewis edges Chazy 44-42. Heather Moon leads the Lions with 18 points while Annie Kurtz is the defensive star.
Tupper Lake’s Clover Fletcher sweeps both giant slalom runs and MAI’s Curt Conlin takes a fifth for boys at the Old Forge Winter Carnival.
25 YEARS AGO (1989)
Joe Seymour puts together an 819 series to break the Plattsburgh Lanes record of 816 held by Dave Deken.
Laura Stevens serves 25 points with 11 aces and Trudy Carr records 13 kills as PHS rallies to beat NAC 3-2 in volleyball.
Jeremy Dubay nets 22 points and grabs 14 rebounds and Mike Bedworth chips in with 20 points as St. John’s defeats Ticonderoga 82-79 in triple overtime. Mike Vigliotti leads the Sentinels with 24 while Bill Peeters hits for 18.
Matt Hamel and Ray Beebe each score 15 points as Saranac downs NAC 62-56 to claim the best record in the CVAC. P.J. LaBarge leads the Bobcats with 16.
30 YEARS AGO (1984)
Former St. John’s standout Jon Ford becomes the first Norwich University player to reach 1,000 points and 1,000 rebounds for his career.
Kathleen Roach scores 14 points and grabs 13 rebounds while Meghan Connor is the defensive star as St. John’s beats Peru 42-35 in a battle of division leaders.
Pete Voss nails a jumper from the corner in the waning seconds to give Keene a 45-43 victory over Bolton.
Walt Worth nets 26 in Crown Point’s 58-47 upset of Elizabethtown-Lewis.
40 YEARS AGO (1974)
Bob Dubay scores 24 points and Bill Finney and Tony Bucci add 17 each as Oneida Chemical takes the City Men’s Basketball League lead with an 85-71 win over Big Brother. Bo Longood scores 26 in a losing cause.
Shane Whitley scores 18 points, Wayne Benson adds 13 and Marty Shea and Mike Shene each collect 12 as Peru rallies from 20 down to shock PHS 70-67. Larry Ewald ties it with 24 seconds left and converts a steal with eight seconds showing to give Peru the win. B.J. Adams scores 23 and Steve Farrell, 20, for the Hornets.
Mary and Ruth Chilton lead Northern Adirondack past Moriah in swimming.
50 YEARS AGO (1964)
Lake Placid is eliminated on the first ballot in its bid to host the 1968 Winter Olympics. Bernie Fell leads a 131-person delegation to Innsbruck.
Mike Collin takes second in Boys’ Junior IV and Beartown teammate Gail Ricketson is third in Girls’ Junior IV in the Hovey Memorial Junior Ski Races at Whiteface.
Plattsburgh State basketball standout Jack Fitzpatrick confirms he will not be returning to school for the second semester.
John Ferriter scores 19 points, Dennis Trudell, 18, and Mike O’Connor, 14, as St. John’s knocks off previously unbeaten Peru 61-58. Leon Angevine and Terry Ladd score 13 each for the Indians.
Jim King scores 24 points and Ralph Marcotte, 22, as Willsboro wallops Hague, 114-85, in Tri-County League play.
60 YEARS AGO (1954)
Dick Merritt hits the winning basket as PHS snaps MAI’s 10-game winning streak with a 41-40 upset. Two nights later, Al Rouleau comes off the bench to score the tieing and winning points in the Hornets’ 51-49 win over AuSable Forks. Mike Beauvais scores 20 for PHS in AuSable while Paul Savage and Don Savage each net 13 for the hosts.
Flyweight John Devins stops Ed Thibault in the first round to emerge as the only Plattsburgh champion in the Vermont Golden Gloves Boxing Tournament.
Harold Grant and Ray McCabe score 14 points each as Port Henry stays unbeaten in the Essex County League with a 56-50 win over Ticonderoga. Nip Mero nets 19 for Ti.
Bob Arthur’s 26-point effort leads Mineville past Lake Placid, 59-56. Kent Pratt scores 16 for the Blue Bombers.
70 YEARS AGO (1944)
St. Germaine and Larose score 14 apiece and Storrs, 13, as the Morrisonville Firemen win their fourth in a row, beating the Dannemora Town Team, 63-36. Casey scores 11 for Dannemora.
Otis nets 15 points and C. Hanna, 7, to lift St. Joseph’s of Malone to a 32-30 win over St. John’s. Welch scores nine for the Irish and Myers, seven.
Dick Button of Philadelphia wins Junior Division title at the Eastern Section Figure Skating Championships in Lake Placid.