June 1, 2014

Flashback: June 1, 2014

10 YEARS AGO (2004)

Matt McCormick (3-hitter, 7 strikeouts) bests Steve Hanley (5-hitter, 13 strikeouts) as Peru nips PHS 1-0 in the Section VII Class A baseball final.

Kayla Wallenhorst pitches a 2-hitter with 12 strikeouts and no walks in Plattsburgh High’s 2-0 win over Peru in the Class A softball title game.

Northeastern Clinton, behind the 4-hit pitching of Lori Babbie, beats Saranac 7-0 for its first Class B softball crown in 21 years. Beekmantown outlasts Saranac 19-13 in 9 innings in an error-filled B baseball final.

Zach Welch tosses a 2-hitter as NAC edges Tupper Lake 2-1 in the Class C baseball championship game. Erica Latour’s 4-hitter lifts Seton Catholic to a 4-0 win over NAC in the softball final.

Margaret Hoops’ RBI single in the 10th gives Crown Point a 7-6 win over Johnsburg in the Class D softball title game. Johnsburg wins the baseball title.

Adam Van Nortwick, the former Saranac Lake standout, finishes second in the 1,500 meters at the NCAA Div. III track & field championships. The St. Lawrence University sophomore is timed in 3:51.48.

Tupper Lake’s Josh Dupuis wins the shot put at the state Federation track & field championships. Plattsburgh’s Kenna Nash places third in the 400-meter hurdles.

Seton Catholic’s Julian Schraut and the doubles team of Mark Rabideau and Tony Linn become the first Section VII athletes to win a first-round match at the state tennis championships.

20 YEARS AGO (1994)

Nate Yaw, Al Clarke and David Hood combine on a 7- hitter as Ticonderoga defeats Tupper Lake, 7-1, to wrap up the Section VII Class C baseball championship.

Plattsburgh High’s Michelle Tolosky turns back Arien Baker of Lake Placid and Peru’s Johanna Evans in the 1,500-meter run in the Section VII state qualifier.

Chrissie LaRock pitches Beekmantown past Peru to the Class B softball title. Sarrah Angelos collects 3 hits and Missy Wynne and Jennifer Frenyea, 2 each. Amy Baker drives in 3 runs. Pam Dashnaw has three hits for Peru.

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