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May 16, 2012

Flashback: May 15, 2012

10 YEARS AGO (2002)

E Sophomore Lori Babbie of Northeastern Clinton pitches a no-hitter against Northern Adirondack.

▶ Plattsburgh State's Jay Wells finishes ninth in the men's 10,000 meters at the NCAA Div. III Track & Field Championships with a time of 31:29.84.

▶ Heather Bessette, Elsie Bailey and Karen Law lead Malone to a 161-158 win over Madrid-Waddington in a showdown of NAC track unbeatens.

▶ Matt King's 2-over-par round of 74 leads Peru to a 32-stroke victory in the Section VII golf championships. Teammates Brandon Smith (80), Adam Reyell (83) and Jeff DeLaMater (84) also crack the top five.

▶ Tupper Lake's Ben Gallo sweeps the hurdles to lead Tupper Lake to the VanDusen track title. Plattsburgh's Alex Manabat wins the high and long jumps while Saranac Lake's Laura Snizek captures the 100 and 400.

▶ Former NCCS standout Pete Kehoe wraps up his University of Rhode Island baseball career with a 16-12 pitching record. He is a two-time All-New England selection.

20 YEARS AGO (1992)

E NAC's Shannon Trombley drives in 10 runs with 4 hits, including 2 grand slams, in a 31-18 win over PHS.

▶ Chris Belleville shoots a 79 to lead Tupper Lake to the Section VII golf crown. Plattsburgh's Mike Jolin repeats as individual champion.

▶ Joe Rockhill knocks in 9 runs with 6 hits in Malone's doubleheader sweep of St. Lawrence Central.

▶ Missy Mato, Missy Liberty and Francine Mitchell get 2 hits apiece to back winning pitcher Elizabeth Fayette as Saranac upsets Seton Catholic 12-6, handing the Knights their first loss in 12 games.

▶ Alex Wiseman sweeps the dashes while teammates Chris Clark, Skip Robistow and Derek Poirier dominate the distance events as Malone bests Ogdensburg 142-119 in a battle of unbeatens. Tom Maloney and Bryan Law capture the throws for the Huskies.

▶ Winning pitcher Chad Montville helps his cause with 3 hits in Elizabethtown-Lewis's division-clinching victory.

▶ Christina Augustine's defensive gem helps Keene hold off Westport for a 10-9 win, giving the Beavers the division pennant.

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