---- — 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.
Jenny Doser scores twice for Chazy, while Beth Betit and Kim Clarke counter for Crown Point as the two sides battle to a 2-2 tie and wind up MVAC co-champions.
Jody Cane scores two goals and Jenny Drollette, one, as Saranac beats Moriah, 3-0, to wrap up the CVAC Div. II girls’ soccer crown.
Geoff Gagnier tallies four goals to lead Northern Adirondack to an 8-1 win over AuSable Valley, giving the Bobcats their third straight CVAC championship.
Beth Tobrocke and Kate D’Aran each claim three firsts as PHS caps a perfect season in CVAC swimming & diving with a 111-55 win over Moriah.
30 YEARS AGO (1982)
Triple-winners Jolene Papke, Kristina Gruendling and Karen Crossett lead Peru to an 80-47 win over PHS, putting the finishing touches on the Indians’ fourth straight undefeated season in CVAC swimming & diving.
Jim Willauer’s goal at 4:24 of the first overtime gives Peru a 3-2 win over PHS in a Class B soccer semifinal.
Bob Egglefield scores twice while Eric Mousseau, Ken Whittemore and Tim Garrison each add a goal as Elizabethtown-Lewis beats Lake Placid, 5-2, to claim its 10th MVAC soccer crown in 19 seasons.
Lisa Momot and Sue Fox score goals as Plattsburgh State beats Lyndon State, 2-0, improving to 10-1-1 with its ninth shutout.
Sharon Spring, switched to forward for the first time in her career, scores one goal and assists on another as Crown Point rallies past Lake Placid, 4-2, to win the MVAC title.
40 YEARS AGO (1972)
John LaMare, Don Buck and Ken Deon score touchdowns as St. John’s beats Peru, 18-6, in a battle of unbeatens. The Indians lose quarterback Dave Duprey to an injury in the second quarter.
Bill Callahan scores four touchdowns, including one on an interception return, in Moriah’s 26-6 win over Ticonderoga.
Bill Proulx’s fourth-quarter goal gives Chazy a 2-1 win over Northern Adirondack, snapping the Bobcats’ 20-game unbeaten streak. However, NAC gains revenge with a 1-0 win in a special playoff for the CVL title. Steve Chilton scores for NAC in the tiebreaker.
Dave Olcott scores twice and Byron Couchey, Joe Shovan and Jerry Dolly each add a goal as Elizabethtown-Lewis beats Westport, 5-0, to wrap up its fifth straight MVL title.
Dennis Curtin scores two goals to lead Peru past MAI, 4-1.
Tim Howley throws three TD passes to lead MAI to a 20-19 victory over Ticonderoga.
50 YEARS AGO (1962)
John Lahtinen switches to running back with the injury to Bobby Mitchell and scores three touchdowns to lead Moriah past Peru, 26-6.
Mike Jabaut, Paul Shirley, Tom Beauvais, Pat Barry, Doug Bonner, Don Terry, Jeff Mostyn and Jim Baker lead a hard-hitting defensive effort as PHS defeats Ticonderoga, 20-0.
Carl King throws three TD passes and runs for another score as OLVA thumps Keeseville, 48-7.
Dave Smith scores three touchdowns in AuSable Forks’ 21-7 win over Beekmantown.
Altona, on Ralph Lashway’s goal, beats Keene, 2-1, to win the Section VII Class C soccer crown. Wayne Hudson scores for Keene on a penalty kick.
Larry Bradford and Butch Thomas score goals to give Elizabethtown a 4-0 victory over Chazy for the Section VII Class B banner.
60 YEARS AGO (1952)
Dave Winter scores on an assist from Bob Chaperon to lift Keeseville to a 2-1 win over Peru in the Section VII Class A soccer final. Billy Montgomery’s penalty kick accounts for the Indians’ early lead.
Wayne Benson passes to Rodney Collins for one score and runs 17 yards for another touchdown as Plattsburgh High rallies to beat Mineville, 12-7.
George Hebert and Bob Dragoon each score twice as Mooers defeats Champlain 8-1 in boys’ soccer.
Jim Ryan recovers a fumble in the end zone and Bob Ducatte scores on a three-yard run to give St. John’s a 12-6 win over PHS for the city football championship. Mike Beauvais slips over from the one for PHS.
Vic Wertz belts a grand slam while Bob Kuzava and Virgil Trucks star on the mound as the Major League barnstorming all-stars defeat the Saranac Lake Lions All-Stars before 1,000 fans in Gabriels.
70 YEARS AGO (1942)
Phinney and Harris each pick up a TD pass and TD reception in Port Henry’s 12-0 victory over Mineville.
Ros Spinks scores twice and hits Curtin with a TD pass to lead MAI to a 22-0 victory over Plattsburgh High.
Jack Doyle’s touchdown lifts St. John’s to a 7-0 triumph over Platttsburgh High.