May 25, 2014

Flashback: May 25, 2014

10 YEARS AGO (2004)

Seton Catholic defeats host Tupper Lake 5-1 giving golf coach John Carpenter his 100th career victory.

Leif McKinley leads Elizabethtown-Lewis to a 3.5-2.5 victory over previously unbeaten Willsboro in MVAC golf.

Josh Dupuis, Tyler Richer and Rob LaMere lead the Tupper Lake boys to the Section VII track & field championship while Megan McClelland, Meghan Moore, Leslie Podmore, Mallory Morris and Anna Luderowski pace EKMW to the girls’ title.

Shane Raymo of PHS wins his third Section VII singles’ tennis title in 4 years while Saranac’s Nora Klie and Tom Stackpole claim the doubles crown. Lake Placid’s Jessie Stripp wins girls’ singles with Katelyn Mockry and Brynn Fessette capture the doubles crown.

20 YEARS AGO (1994)

Jacob LaFontaine, Erica Butler, Joel Maggy, Joe Parrotte and Tom Raposa lead Saranac to its first tennis title, the Section VII Class C championship.

Sanjai Parikh, Chris Dewey, Vijay Raveendranath, Kjell Hokanson, Dan Rickson and Kye Ford lead PHS to the Class B crown in tennis.

Glenn Arnold pitches a 2-hitter and Jason Duprey doubles in two as Peru tops Saranac, 4-3, in the Class B final.

Sara Facteau and Johanna Evans combine for 7 of Peru’s 10 victories to lead Peru to a 3-point win over PHS for the Section VII track title. Matt Goette leads the Peru boys to their ninth straight sectional crown.

Mark Benware, Jason Goodrow and Andy Stone all are double-winners as Malone wins its third straight Northern Athletic Conference boys’ track championship.

25 YEARS AGO (1989)

Eric Gibson pitches a 2-hitter with 12 strikeouts and Gary Boulerice bangs out 3 hits in Northern Adirondack’s 9-0 win over Moriah.

Joe Bodenrader, Jeff Way, Brent Shook and Mark Stevens lead Peru to its fourth straight Section VII boys’ track championship, surprising CVAC champ PHS and host Saranac Lake.

Tammy Rule, Cassie McIntyre and Kristy and Krista Allen lead AuSable Valley to the girls’ track crown. Ticonderoga’s Kellie Grinnell sweeps the hurdles and wins the long jump.

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