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October 8, 2012

Flashback: Oct. 8, 2012

10 YEARS AGO (2002)

Danielle Wheeler scores 2 second-half goals to lead Chateaugay past St. Lawrence Central.

Kyle Jones, Matt Medeiros, Derek Fessette and Jason Nero all finish in the top 6 to lead Saranac to a 24-31 win over Peru in a CVAC battle of cross-country unbeatens.

Jim Knight, Gary Manning, David Peryer and Scott Baker belt 2 homers apiece as Baker’s/Post 1619 wraps up the A Division title with a 29-16 victory over I.C.E. in the Adirondack Slo-Pitch Softball League playoffs.

Taylor Sullivan’s second goal of the game, with 6 seconds left in regulation, gives unbeaten PHS a 2-1 win over AuSable Valley in girls’ soccer.

Brittany Jarvis and Sabrina Johnson score one goal each as Northeastern Clinton rallies to edge NAC 2-1 and remain unbeaten.

The newly formed line of Derrick Crowningshield, Morris King and Derrick Pierce account for all of the scoring in Willsboro’s 6-0 win over Westport.

Kaylen Fessette posts a 35.6 all-around score to lead Beekmantown in a 161.1 to 161.1 tie with Peru in CVAC gymnastics. Ashley Lamoy and Gina Facteau pace Peru with 33.95 and 33.5 scores.

20 YEARS AGO (1992)

Chris Gondek scores twice and Chris Garrand and Brad Bouchard once each as Chazy topples previously unbeaten Wllsboro 5-2.

Anthony Seiferheld and Richard Moore score goals and Matt LaClair comes up with 11 saves as NAC tops NCCS 2-0 in a showdown of CVAC unbeatens.

Marcy Martin, Shanna Brown, Beth McCormick and Kelly Oshier score for Chateaugay in a 4-0 soccer win over St. Regis Falls.

25 YEARS AGO (1987)

Kyle Rock captures the Pro Stock 100-lap feature and Tim Patinka finishes third at Albany-Saratoga Speedway.

Chris Blanchard’s 8-yard TD toss to Tom Essex lifts Saranac Lake to a 6-0 overtime victory over Beekmantown.

Scott Keith runs for 214 yards and 3 touchdowns in Malone’s 27-8 victory over Ogdensburg.

Lorrie Strack scores late in the second half to lift unbeaten Saranac to a 3-2 win over AuSable Valley. Sonya Islas and Jodie Cane also score for the Chiefs while Kara Kitchen and Margot Santor tally for the Patriots.

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