Malone’s state-ranked distance aces Jeff Mulverhill and Chad Lawrence lead the Huskies to a track win over Salmon River.
Former standout standout Kellie Briquer collects 7 hits in North Country Community College’s doubleheader sweep of Jefferson CC in softball.
Eighth-grader Kristy Allen and freshman Krista Allen combine for 4 firsts while sprinter Kassy McIntyre earns 3 firsts in AuSable Valley’s 72-60 victory over PHS in track & field.
30 YEARS AGO (1983)
Basketball standout Paul Glodis and soccer star Mary Lou Philbrook are honored as Plattsburgh State’s Athletes of the Year.
Paul LaRock strikes out 15 and chips in with an RBI double as Beekmantown shades Saranac 3-2. Steve Criss contributes a triple and a double.
Former Elizabethtown-Lewis and SUNY Cortland soccer star Fred Hooper is named men’s soccer coach at Plattsburgh State, replacing Uwe Meyer, who had resigned.
Marion Stone, Charlene VanWeort, Sheila Rock, Mona Stona and Doris Leazott, bowling for Twin State Telephone, post a 3,244 score to win the women’s division of the E. Perry Ladd Memorial Tournament at North Bowl Lanes.
Jim Miller, his football career cut short by a neck injury, is swinging a hot bat for the University of Rhode Island baseball team. He has 5 home runs and 18 RBI with 2 doubles.
Jon Gottschall defeats Randy Quayle, 6-2, 2-6, 6-3 to win the Men’s A class in the Springtime Singles Tennis Tournament at the Plattsburgh Racquet Club. Peter Corodimas downs Charlie Lodge, 6-2, 2-6, 6-4, in the Class B final.
Crown Point’s Jackie McGorty is named Most Valuable Player in MVAC girls’ basketball. T.J. Cornwright of Elizabethtown-Lewis, Jodi Marcotte and Shawn Wintermute of Willsboro, and Carol Latremore of Chazy round out the first team.
40 YEARS AGO (1973)
Chazy’s baseball team suffers a big setback, losing standout George Poissant to an appendicitis attack.
Keene Valley’s Andrew “Bucky” Wells dies at 68. He had piloted his four-man bobsled team of Kurt Gelback, Melvin Luck and John Otis to the course record for the mile and a half at Mount Van Hoevenberg in 1936.