10 YEARS AGO (1999)
Matt Andrews scores to lift Chateaugay over previously unbeaten Chazy-Giroux's in North Country Soccer League play. Matt McArdle gets the shutout.
Samantha Blake, Keryn Castine and Crystal Passino of the Adirondack Lakes Pony Club qualify for the Eastern National Show Jumping Championships.
Ron Foster, Jeremy Calkins and Nick Weaver of Peru qualify for the National Freestyle and Greco-Roman Wrestling Championships.
Former Peru softball star Kim Swarts is named the Mansfield University Spring Athlete of the Year after leading the team with 5 homers and 33 RBI.
20 YEARS AGO (1989)
Matt Mero and Rian McManus win Eastern Tennis Association Northern District age groups.
Ian Breen beats Rusty Bigelow on the second hole of sudden death to win the 9th-Annual Bill McBride Junior Golf Classic. Craig Joyce (17-18), Scott Cutaiar (15-16) and Matt Fredette (12-14) win net titles while Brian Norcross (15-16) and Matt Juneau (12-14) win in gross.
Todd Roenbeck of Columbus, Ohio is named athletic director at Clinton Community College.
25 YEARS AGO (1984)
Gary Barber, Barry Devins and Rick Duprey are the hitting stars as unbeaten Peru/Ormsby's completes a weekend sweep of AuSable Forks to clinch the CVBL pennant.
Steve Parrish rips a grand slam and an RBI double to power Post 20 to a 13-10 win over Essex Junction, Vt.
Johnny Russell and Audrey Gregoire win the 20th Genesee Classic at the North Country Golf Club.
30 YEARS AGO (1979)
Rich Dilzer wins the 100-meter freestyle and takes 3 seconds in the Lake Placid AAU Invitational Swim Meet.
Tommy Tallon and Art deGrandpre combine on a no-hitter while Matt Cleveland, Brian Bergevin and Chris Monette lead the attack as the Broad Street B grasshopper team rolls to victory.
Winning pitcher Billy Rankin raps 2 homers and Brian Rankin adds 2 hits as Beekmantown A edges South Plattsburgh 3-2. Scott and David Mooney each get 2 hits in a losing cause.
40 YEARS AGO (1969)
Dennis Trost wins the 7th-Annual Plattsburgh Soap Box Derby with Tom Barber runner-up for the second year in a row.
Cathy Kiroy rips 2 doubles and Debbie Trudeau and Chris Johnson chip in with triples as unbeaten Dannemora beats Rugar Street 8-7 in Senior League softball.
Terry LaTour pitches a one-hitter and goes 2-for-3 in East Morrisonville's win over Schuyler Falls in Babe Ruth baseball. Frank LeClair has 4 hits as Ellenburg downs Mooers.
50 YEARS AGO (1959)
Bobby LaMare pitches a 4-hitter with 11 strikeouts and Howard Crowley collects 3 hits, including a bases-loaded triple, as the Plattsburgh American Babe Ruth All-Stars beat Saratoga 5-1 in the sectionals. Amsterdam eliminates Plattsburgh the following day with a 5-1 win.
Dean Humphrey and Ron Rector lead the Pine Ridge Bowmen to a sweep of the actual and handicap scores in field archery competition in Willsboro.
Jeff Burns tosses a no-hitter for Ginsberg's, but loses 1-0 to Condo's when Bobby Grant walks and later scores on a passed ball.
60 YEARS AGO (1949)
Jack Noone goes 3-for-3 and Urgil Votraw homers in E.S. Mason's 8-1 win over Champlain in Junior Legion baseball. Bob Penfield pitches a 4-hitter.
Tubby Griffin pitches a 5-hitter and helps his cause with 3 hits as Morrisonville tops E.S. Mason 8-2.
Pickles Tolosky carries a no-hitter into the ninth inning before surrendering singles to Eccleston and Depake. The Lyon Mountain ace settles for a 2-hit shutout over Lake Placid.
70 YEARS AGO (1939)
Yankees' minor-league star Hank Borowy says he learned more about pitching from Saranac Lake Red Sox manager Doc Gautreau than he did at Fordham.
Ed Sweetser shoots the low gross (36) in the 7-hole novelty golf tournament on the Hotel Champlain course. Ruth Grant, Mrs. George Ryan and Mrs. Walter Heffernan tie for low honors among the ladies.
- Local Sports
Moriah downs 'Jackets for final four trip
Vikings knock off Madrid-Waddington, which ended Moriah's season a year ago, in the NYSPHSAA Class D quarterfinals for a trip to the final four.
Beekmantown rallies past Auburn, lands in state title game
The Eagles scored two goals in the third period to rally past the Maroons in the NYSPHSAA Division II state semifinals. Beekmantown will meet Webster Schroeder today in the championship game.
Castleton ends Cards' NCAA run in OT
Plattsburgh State held an 18-point lead at the half, but the Spartans rallied to take the lead and captured the victory in OT in the women's NCAA Division III tournament.
Plattsburgh State defeats Warriors, moves into field of 16
Cardinals overcome halftime deficit to take down Eastern Connecticut State in the second round of the men's NCAA Division III basketball tournament.
Cardinals back in ECAC final
Plattsburgh State defeats Utica College 6-1 to reach ECAC Women's West championship in hockey.
LaRose hits 1,000; OFA bests short-handed PHS
The Hornets, playing with just six players, hung with the Blue Devils through one quarter before OFA pulled away for the victory in the NYSPHSAA Class B quarterfinals.
Third quarter spells doom for Seton Catholic in C quarters
Hoosic Valley outscored the Knights 25-13 in the third quarter to pull away for the victory in the NYSPHSAA Class C quarterfinals.
Erickson leads Tamarac past Saranac in Class B quarters
Bengals guard Jenna Erickson took the game over after the Chiefs led after the first quarter to lead Tamarac into the NYSPHSAA Class B semifinals.
Historic season comes to end for Northern Adirondack
The Bobcats, after capturing their first Section VII title and state-playoff victory, fell to Hoosic Valley in the NYSPHSAA Class C quarterfinals in girls' basketball.
Cardinals' Huber sets school records at ECACs
Plattsburgh State, and Beekmantown graduate, Jess Huber breaks two records at the ECAC Indoor Track and Field Championships.
St. Clair throws 759 series to lead Varno Construction
Robert Ladieu rolled a 729 in The Lacquer Shop's victory in the Hartson Total Opening Classic.
Plattsburgh State drops two in SUNYAC/Skyline Challenge
Cardinals open season with two losses to St. Joseph's in the SUNYAC/Skyline Challenge.
Sports Shorts: March 9, 2014
A listing of sports briefs involving area athletes and events.
Area Sports: March 9, 2014
A schedule of sports this weekend featuring area teams and venues.
- March 8, 2014
Hodgson leads Cardinals over M.I.T.
Plattsburgh State moves into today's round of 32 against Eastern Connecticut State with a victory over Massachusetts Institute of Technology Friday in the NCAA Division III men's basketball tournament.
Cardinals take down Roger Williams in NCAAs
Plattsburgh State women move into the round of 32 of the NCAA Division III women's basketball tournament with a win over Roger Williams.
Beekmantown gets second chance in final four
Eagles, after losing in heartbreaking fashion in the semifinals a year ago, are back in the boys' hockey final four today and take on Section III's Auburn.
Short-handed Hornets take on No. 2 Blue Devils
Plattsburgh, down to just six eligible players, meet Section X's Ogdensburg Free Academy in today's NYSPHSAA Class B quarterfinals.
- Moriah downs 'Jackets for final four trip