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August 8, 2012

Flashback: August 8, 2012

10 YEARS AGO (2002)

Cory Lawyer runs for 105 yards and one touchdown and Chris Trombley passes for one score and runs for another as the Lake City Stars snap an 11-game losing streak with a 24-15 win over the Schenectady Magic.

Marie Kingsbury, Angie Barber and Kaila Spooner score goals to lead the City Kickers to a 3-1 upset of previously unbeaten Lady Giroux’s in women’s soccer.

Andrew Castine scores 26 points, Steve Yaeger adds 25, Chris Dubay chips in with 22 and Craig Castine contributes 20 as the Diamond Dolls defeat Wyeth Labs to complete an undefeated season in the Peabody’s Men’s Summer Basketball League.

Canadian Heather Fuhr wins the Lake Placid Ironman Triathlon for the third time in four years.

Mike Howard pitches a one-hitter while Joe Kowalowski, Kyle Stark and Brandon Brown collect 2 hits apiece to lead The Elks Club to a 12-2 win and a sweep of their City Babe Ruth championship series with The Moose Club.

20 YEARS AGO (1992)

Saranac wrestling standouts Pat Clancy, 14, and Seth Charles , 15, leave for Kiev, The Ukraine for 10 days of training and competition.

Lake Placid’s Carrie Grady and Chestertown’s Tim Casabone win the premier divisions of the Saranac Lake Water Ski Championships.

David Gorman sails his Mohawk Warrior to victory in the 15th Mayor’s Cup Regatta.

Sara Facteau captures scholastic women’s 1,500-meter run at the Empire State Games with a time of 4:45.77.

Kyle Watson and Patty McCormick show the way in the 16th Bud Run.

25 YEARS AGO (1987)

Scootalong, with Malone’s William Delarm in the sulky, paces the mile in 2:05.1 to equal the Clinton County Fair track record for pacers set by Kellie Robin and Irving Mauran of Westport in 1981.

Stan Loya is named most valuable player of the New York State Class B Fast-Pitch Softball Tournament after pitching Heflin’s Builders of Ballston Spa to the title.

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