10 YEARS AGO (2004)
Kelly Bedard, Rebecca Meserve, Kayla Wallenhorst, Lori Babbie and Jessica Cromie are named to the All-State team in softball.
The Lake Champlain Lakers 15 & under girls’ basketball wins the Seacoast Tournament in Portsmouth, N.H. Ashley Covey, Nicole Dirolf, Leslie Bell, Shannon Nutbrown and Kaitlin Mannix lead the Lakers to a 4-0 record.
Chris Washburn goes 3-for-4 and Kyle Kowalowski knocks in 3 runs to lead the Clinton County Mariners to an 8-3 victory over the 4-time Vermont state champions from Essex.
Doug Beebe tallies 27 points to spark Peabody’s to a 73-55 victory over T. Maliniak Masonry/Taco Loco in a matchup of unbeatens in the Peabody’s Men’s Summer Basketball League.
Dr. Roy Patton, former men’s soccer coach at University of Vermont, is named Director of Athletics at Plattsburgh, succeeding Peter Luguri.
20 YEARS AGO (1994)
Clint Beaney and Larry Barney are the big winners in the Lake Placid Club Resort Skins Game. Beaney wins four skins, including a club membership, while Barry wins $320 on an eight-hole carryover. Willie King’s 73 is the best round of the day.
goes 3-for-3 and Alex Turner clubs a two-run homer to spur American Legion Post 20 to a 9-7 victory over the CVBL All-Stars. Joe Cummings has three hits for the All-Stars.
Ticonderoga’s Jim Wells is named CVAC Coach of the Year in baseball while Sentinels’ pitcher David Hood, with a 7-2 record, 1.65 earned-run average and 71 strikeouts in 51 innings, is named Player of the Year.
Al Smith, Brian Passino and Shannon Manor combine for nine sacks as the Plattsburgh North Stars whip the Montreal Condors, 43-6, in their preseason football opener.
25 YEARS AGO (1989)
Jason Miller is named MVP and Mark Boule, the pitching star, as Post 20 goes unbeaten to win the Warren County American Legion Tournament for the second straight year.