June 2, 2013

Sports shorts: June 2, 2013

Champagne wins girls’ 3,000 meters

CLINTONVILLE — Margaret Champagne of Seton Catholic captured the 3,000-meter run Friday at the Section VII state qualifier held at AuSable Valley Central School.

Champagne qualified for next weekend’s state championships with a winning time of 11:40.54.

Amy LoTemplio of Saranac came in second in 11:54.44 with Samantha Smith of Northeastern Clinton, third, in 12:20.54.

The results were omitted from Saturday’s story.


Carper breaks 2 PHS track records

CLINTONVILLE — Junior Kaylia Carper set two Plattsburgh High School records Friday during the state qualifier in track & field.

Carper broke her own school record for the long jump with an effort of 17 feet, 7.5 inches. It was good enough to qualify for the state meet.

She also broke the PHS triple jump record of 34 feet, 5 inches, set by Tori Green in 2006. Carper cleared 35 feet on Friday.


PSU women to hold beach soccer tourney

PLATTSBURGH — The Plattsburgh State women’s soccer team will host its second-annual Beach Soccer Tournament Aug. 3-4 at the Plattsburgh City Beach.

The co-ed tournament will feature four divisions, including an open adult division for players 20 and older, an under-20 division, a teen division for players ages 13 to 15, and a pre-teen division for players 12 and under. The open adult division and the under-20 division will compete on Saturday, while the teen and pre-teen divisions will play on Sunday.

Teams will be comprised of five members each and at least one female player must be on the field at all times. The registration fee for the tournament is $100 per team. For more information, or how to register, consult the flyer located on the women’s soccer page of or contact Plattsburgh State head women’ soccer coach Karen Waterbury, at 802-0277 or


Duniho, Rasco top bicycle time trials

POINT AU ROCHE — Course record holder Kevin Duniho led a group of 13 bicyclists with a time of 12 minutes, 26 seconds over the 10-mile Point au Roche course. Erin Rasco led the women with time of 27:45 on a windy night.

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