November 15, 2012

Flashback: Nov. 15, 2012


Theresa Landry, 12, an eighth-grader at Beekmantown, earns the bronze medal for Intermediate Ladies at the North Atlantic Figure Skating Championships.

Pete DeArmas scores 7:28 into overtime to lift Plattsburgh State to a 4-3 win over Vermont in men’s hockey. John Swift, Frank Zakrajsek and Dave Rattray also score for the Cardinals.

Freshman Renee Courneene sets school records for the 200 IM and 100 backstroke and Lisa Maynard claims 3 firsts to lead Plattsburgh State to a 78-44 victory over Russell Sage in women’s swimming.

Walsh College junior sweeper Kevin Trombley, a former MAI standout, earns conference and district honors in men’s soccer. 

40 YEARS AGO (1972)

Ken Deon scores twice and Mickey Carpenter and John LaMare, once each, as St. John’s defeats Moriah 25-0 to cap an unbeaten season and extend its two-year winning streak to 17 games.

Freshman Dave Holmes scores on a one-yard run late in the game, lifting Plattsburgh State to a 14-7 win over previously unbeaten Albany State. Tim White hits Chris Cringle with a 20-yard TD pass as the Cardinals go on to finish 6-2 for their first season of varsity football.

Steve Oakley kicks field goals of 21 and 42 yards to lead Beekmantown to a 13-7 win over Ticonderoga.

Rick Perry runs for touchdowns of 21 and 19 yards to spark MAI to a 27-0 win over AuSable Valley.

50 YEARS AGO (1962)

Carl King passes for 4 TDs and 2 conversions to spur OLVA to a 26-25 upset of St. John’s. Richie Daul scores twice for the Purple Foxes.

Dave Gilbo and Billy Duquette each run for 2 scores in Moriah’s 32-6 win over AuSable Valley.

Don Fairley runs for 3 touchdowns and Leon Angevine, two, as Peru thumps Beekmantown 46-6 to finish 7-1, its best season in 4 years of football.

Austrian Olympic skier Karl Fahrner is named director of the Whiteface Mountain Ski School.

60 YEARS AGO (1952)

Clevice Fessette’s fourth-quarter interception sets up a Dave Cronin to Jim Ryan 50-yard scoring strike that lifts St. John’s to a 19-13 win over Port Henry. Ron Cote and Jerry deGrandpre also score for the Irish while Lou Phinney and George Maffay counter for the Porters.

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