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September 29, 2013

Flashback: September 29, 2013

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David Pratt scores on a 3-yard run and Bill Larrow adds the point after, lifting unbeaten Moriah to a 7-6 win over Beekmantown.

Millie Bush scores 4 goals and Lisa Dimock gets the shutout in Clinton CC’s 4-0 win over Cazenovia.

Stephanie McFalls, Amanda Wells and Stacey Buhr score goals in Plattsburgh High’s 3-0 upset of Northern Adirondack in girls’ soccer.

Mari Beth McLane, Debbie Frenyea, Mary Rickson and Maureen McGrath score goals to lead MAI past previously unbeaten Peru 4-0.

30 YEARS AGO (1983)

Tom Daly scores from 51 yards away with 1:33 to play, lifting Peru to a 13-6 come-from-behind victory over PHS. George Harrington hooks up with Tracy Rotz for the other Peru score while Jaspar Hardy scores for PHS on a 4-yard run.

Walt Worth scores 5 goals in the first half to spur Crown Point to a 7-2 victory over Westport. Todd Malone and Chris Buckland also score while Jeff Schwobel accounts for both Westport scores.

Fred Granger runs for 167 yards and a 29-yard touchdown and Darrin Rathbun adds the two-point conversion in Ticonderoga’s 8-6 win over Moriah. Chris Mazzotte runs for 126 yards and Todd Gregory scores on a 2-yard run for the Vikings.

Ruthie Decker scores twice as AuSable Valley tops Beekmantown to wrap up its sixth straight division title in girls’ soccer.

Rick Demarse scores 2 goals and Roger Wilcox records his fourth shutout in Chateaugay’s 3-0 win over Lisbon.

Anne Kurtz scores with one minute to play, giving Elizabethtown-Lewis a 3-2 victory over Crown Point. Becky Aubin adds 2 goals for the Lions wile Shyra Gayton and Dawn Malone score for the Panthers.

Bob Pfohler catches a 23-yard touchdown pass and returns an interception 55 yards for another score in Saranac’s 23-16 come-from-behind triumph over MAI.

40 YEARS AGO (1973)

Wes Whitney taps in Mike LeClair’s rebound to lift Keene to a 2-1 victory over previously unbeaten Westport. Greg Pelkey gets the other Beavers’ goal while Don LaRock scores for the Eagles.

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