October 29, 2012

Flashback: Oct. 29, 2012

10 YEARS AGO (2002)

Kyle Jones, Matt Medeiros, Sarah Paul and Emily Medeiros lead the way as the Saranac Chiefs finish the CVAC season unbeaten in boys’ and girls’ cross-country.

Seton Catholic’s Rachelle DeCamp wins the all-around, while Plattsburgh High, led by Sheree Trudeau and Nadine Channaoui, claims the CVAC gymnastics title.

Aaron Hawksby scores twice, and Matt Clemons and Clint McCool each add a goal as Peru wraps up its first CVAC Div. I crown in boys’ soccer, beating Saranac Lake, 4-1.

Kaleen Kelleher scores and Debbie Davis stars on defense as PHS knocks off previously unbeaten Northeastern Clinton to win the CVAC Div. I girls’ soccer title.

Former Ticonderoga standout Jay Wells, a senior at Plattsburgh State, wins the SUNYAC men’s cross-country title by more than 13 seconds, finishing the 8-kilometer run in 25 minutes, 57.59 seconds.

Miguel Maldonado runs for a school-record 301 yards and five touchdowns in Plattsburgh High’s 37-0 victory over Saranac.

20 YEARS AGO (1992)

Chrissy Jaquis scores five goals in Tupper Lake’s 7-1 win over Moriah in girls’ soccer.

Lisa Scheller gets two goals as Lake Placid wraps up the MVAC Div. North title with a 4-2 win over Willsboro.

Tim Mack, making his first start at quarterback, throws a TD pass and makes a game-saving interception in the last two minutes of play to lead Saranac to a 7-6 win over AuSable Valley.

Jenn Tetreault and Lynn McGrath score in overtime to lift Northeastern Clinton to a 3-2 victory over Seton Catholic, giving the Cougars the CVAC Div. I title.

Sam Godfrey catches a screen pass from Craig Duprey and races 43 yards to score with 1:19 left to give Peru a 26-22 come-from-behind win over Ticonderoga.

25 YEARS AGO (1987)

Bambi Crowningshield scores four goals as Elizabethtown-Lewis rallies to beat Schroon Lake in overtime, 4-3.

Craig Douglass and Craig Mitchell run for scores and Chris Ford hits Darryl Lovely with a TD pass as AuSable Valley surprises PHS, 20-8.

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