September 15, 2013

Flashback: September 22, 2013

10 YEARS AGO (2003)

Lake Placid’s Bruce Sawyer captures the 358 D/A Series title at Adirondack International Speedway.

Erin Tulip records her fourth shutout of the season as Malone defeats Gouverneur 2-0 in girls’ soccer.

Lucas Dunn scores twice and Adam Batchelder comes up with 25 saves in Northeastern Clinton’s 2-1 win over previously undefeated Seton Catholic.

Taylor Beaton’s second goal of game — in overtime — lifts Elizabethtown-Lewis to a 3-2 victory over Westport.

Brad Cringle runs for 135 yards and one touchdown while Travis Rasco hits Terry Franks and James Blocker with TD passes as Saranac beats Moriah’s 22-20 to end the state’s third-longest active losing streak in football at 22 games.

Gena Rosenbaum scores 2 goals and adds 2 assists to spark Plattsburgh State to a 5-1 victory over SUNY Cortland.

20 YEARS AGO (1993)

Frank Gates Jr. claims the grand high overall championship while leading the U.S. to the title in the World Challenge Cup Skeet Series in Pennsylvania.

Mike Piserchia scores 3 goals and Ryan Ferebee gets the game-winner as Elizabethtown-Lewis defeats Chazy 5-4 in a classic MVAC soccer match. Chris Gondek and Kevin Keuleman each score twice for Chazy.

Plattsburgh State, off to a 6-0 start in men’s soccer, reaches No. 2 in the nation.

John Zurlo Jr. and Anne Bouyea capture the North Country Golf Club championships.

25 YEARS AGO (1988) 

Gary Duquette scores on runs of 71 yards and one yard and Billy Lighthall returns an interception for a touchdown to lead MAI to a 22-0 triumph over PHS, snapping the Mounties’ 14-game losing streak.

Freshman Stacy Martin scores with 8 minutes left to give Crown Point a 3-2 victory over previously unbeaten Westport in girls’ soccer.

Former Boston College standout Bob Emery is named assistant hockey coach at Plattsburgh State, succeeding Glen Giovanucci, who leaves for a position at West Point.

Kyle Beatttie runs for 198 yards and a touchdown while Chris Ford passes for 2 scores in AuSable Valley’s 26-7 win over St. John’s.

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