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September 22, 2013

Flashback: September 22, 2013

10 YEARS AGO (2003)

Zack Welch gets 2 goals and one assist to go over 100 points for his career as Northern Adirondack defeats Saranac 4-1 to take over the CVAC Div. II lead. Later in the week, Josh Strack scores at 4:44 of the first overtime as NAC knocks off Peru 2-1, ending the Indians’ 11-game winning streak in soccer.

Krysta Cutting and Mallory Morris score goals as Elizabethtown-Lewis rallies from a 2-0 deficit to tie unbeaten Willsboro 2-2. Phoebe and Edwina Clarke score for the Warriors.

Sheree Trudeau, Tori Green, Sasha Barber and Nadine Channaoui lead unbeaten PHS past Beekmantown and All-Around winner Kaylen Fessette in gymnastics.

Travis Dumas returns a blocked punt for a touchdown and Robert Woodley runs back an interception 54 yards for another score as Seton Catholic turns back Beekmantown 14-7 to go to 5-0, its best start in 12 seasons.

Sara Schwartz’s goal 4:45 into the first overtime lifts Saranac Lake to a 2-1 upset of previously unbeaten Northeastern Clinton in girls’ soccer.

 20 YEARS AGO (1993)

Micki Flynn wins all 4 events as Plattsburgh edges Peru to keep alive its 10-year unbeaten streak in gymnastics.

Jacsue Brooks, a 2-year-old pacer owned by Jack Connell of Keeseville and named for Brooks Latremore, wins the New York County Fair Sire Stakes at Monticello Racway. It’s his 11th victory of the year.

Nichole Purdy scores from Amy Carey to give Keene a 1-0 triumph over Wells in a battle of soccer unbeatens. Center half Sherry Warner and keeper Britt Isham also star for Keene.

The Peru girls, led by Sara Facteau, and the Seton Catholic boys, paced by Pat Larkin and Jim VanArman, win their divisions in the Grout cross-country Invitational.

Sarah Angelos scores 3 goals and Heidi Sanger, one, as Beekmantown beats Tupper Lake 4-0 in a showdown of division leaders in CVAC girls’ soccer.

25 YEARS AGO (1988)

Kevin Daugherty and JoAnne Dion Gratto are named basketball coaches at Plattsburgh High School.

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