Former MAI star Seena Ferrara leads Plattsburgh State (21-4) to its first tournament championship in women’s volleyball as the Cardinals capture the Potsdam Invitational.
Chuck Frost scores 3 goals as Keene knocks off Westport 7-1 to win its third straight Section VII Class D2 soccer title.
Shawn Worden and Barry Bourgeois score goals as AuSable Valley topples 2-time champion St. John’s 2-0 in the Class C soccer final.
Jolene Papke and Theresa Bobal lead Peru to its fifth straight CVAC girls’ swimming title and 44th consecutive dual-meet victory.
St. Lawrence University skates to a 7-2 victory over Plattsburgh State despite 49 saves by Cardinal tender Dan Bedard. Dave Piromalli and Steve Plaskon score for Plattsburgh.
40 YEARS AGO (1973)
Kevin Boissey runs for 170 yards and four touchdowns as St. John’s beats Peru for the fifth straight time, 40-6, to extend its winning streak to 24 games. John Terry and Don Kasprzak also score touchdowns.
Pat Ward and Mark Smith score, lifting North Country CC to a 2-0 victory over Herkimer CC and giving the Saints their fourth straight Mountain Valley Collegiate Conference soccer title.
Wendy Meaker and Annette Mero score goals as the Westport girls clinch the MVL soccer title. Allison Moore records the shutout.
The stellar play of Fred Hooper and Joe Shovan leads Elizabethtown-Lewis to a 2-1 victory over Chazy in the Section VII Class A boys’ soccer final.
50 YEARS AGO (1963)
Leon Angevine runs for 135 yards and 4 touchdowns and tackle Charlie O’Hara is the defensive standout as Peru drubs PHS 31-0 in a battle of unbeatens before 3,500 at Bailey Avenue Park.
Jim Fogarty throws 2 touchdown passes to Joe Roy and Dick Sheffield returns a punt for a score as Lake Placid defeats Beekmantown 26-0 to wrap up the CVL Class B football crown. Pete Sears and John Beattie catch TD passes.
Tom Pelkey scores twice and Larry Dragoon connects from Wayne Harvey as Altona repeats as Section VII Class C soccer champ with a 3-1 victory over Keene. Tom Whitney scores for the Beavers. Gary Dragoon stops 22 shots for Altona while Dick Atwood stars on defense.