January 17, 2012

Flashback: Jan. 17, 2012

10 YEARS AGO (2002)

▶ Vermontville's Bill Demong, 21, wins his first World Cup Nordic Combined event in the Czech Republic.

▶ Tiffany Fleury sinks a pair of 3-pointers late in the game to lift Malone to a 40-33 victory over Ogdensburg.

▶ Bob Jesmer's second hat trick in 3 days gives Lake Placid a 7-5 win over Malone. Chris Robert gets a hat trick for the Huskies.

▶ Lake Placid is given full membership in the Champlain Valley Athletic Conference, effective with the 2002-03 school year.

▶ Sophomore Ryan Earle nets 19 points to lead Peru past Saranac Lake 71-57. Luke O'Neill leads the Red Storm with 21.

▶ Ryan Pike, Jordan Marsh and Nick Poirier win the last 3 matches as unbeaten NAC rallies to defeat Beekmantown 38-30 in wrestling.

▶ Jenna Proctor tallies 23 points and Courtney Drown adds 12 as PHS stops Ticonderoga's season-long 14-game winning streak with a 56-50 win.

▶ Mike Fernandez's halfcourt buzzer-beater gives Moriah a 58-57 win over Peru.

▶ Bobbi Gooley and Courtney Coryea score 17 points each as Northeastern Clinton defeats Saranac 70-45 to avenge an earlier setback. Erin Pangborn nets 13 for the Chiefs.

▶ Alex Michalak's putback with 7 seconds to play gives Ticonderoga a 55-54 win over PHS.

20 YEARS AGO (1992)

▶ Eric Foote and Curt Hanover each grab 4 firsts as PHS tops Malone 50-43 for its 100th victory in boys' swimming.

▶ Clinton Community College, citing a lack of numbers, cancels the remainder of its women's basketball season.

▶ Joey Nixon drops in 30 points and Mike Davey chips in with 14 as AuSable Valley stuns Seton Catholic 64-54.

▶ Tim Barnewall hits for 32 points and Alfie Ladue contributes 23 to Chateaugay's 74-62 upset of Colton-Pierrepont.

▶ Jill Wintermute nets 25 points to lead Willsboro over Chazy 47-39.

▶ Peru's Rob Bashaw, who wins 3 matches by fall in 6:45, is named the Most Outstanding Wrestler of the Saratoga Invitational.

▶ Mike Daul's goal from the point with 15 seconds left lifts PHS into a 2-2 tie with Ogdensburg. Bryce Dingman and Jamie Latinville assist on the game-winner, which came after the Hornets pulled goaltender Pat O'Neil.

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