May 12, 2013

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10 YEARS AGO (2003)

Jarod Johnson and Chris Pelerin rap out 3 hits apiece while Tyler Wright and Jason Fish contribute 2 each as Ticonderoga drubs Hadley-Luzerne 12-2 to win the Hall of Fame Classic in Cooperstown.

Former Saranac Lake standout Adam VanNortwick, a freshman at St. Lawrence University, wins the 1,500-meter run at the New York State Collegiate Track & Field Championships.

Malone’s Erica Golden pitches a no-hitter while winning both games in a 3-2, 4-1 doubleheader sweep of Norwood-Norfolk.

The Plotinos of Keene spell double trouble for Indian Lake. Joe Plotino belts 2 homers, including a grand slam, in the boys’ 15-3 win while Tara Plotino goes 6-for-7 in the girls’ 31-9 rout.

Lori Babbie pitches a 2-hitter with 8 strikeouts as unbeaten Northeastern Clinton defeats Beekmantown 6-0.

Mike Murnane hurls a one-hitter in Seton Catholic’s 4-0 upset of division-leading Northern Adirondack.

Adam Chapula belts a walk-off 3-run homer to give NCCS an 8-5 triumph over Peru.

20 YEARS AGO (1993)

Seniors Sara Hanfield (11.3 miles) and Brad Bouchard (10.5) lead the Chazy Central Swimming for Miles program. 165 students in grades 9-12 complete 1,000 miles in 5 weeks.

Peru’s Sara Facteau (800) and Ticonderoga’s Jeremy Hall (discus) take firsts in the Eddy Meet in Schenectady.

Beekmantown’s David Peryer gives up just one hit while striking out 10 in a 1-0 victory over Tupper Lake. Scott Tower pitches a 4-hitter in a losing effort.

Saranac basketball standout Tom Welch signs a letter of intent to attend Bucknell University.

25 YEARS AGO (1988)

Art Graves wins the 3,200-meter run as Peru nips PHS 67-65 to win its second straight CVAC boys’ track title.

Peru overcomes Mike Zurlo’s 39 in the rain at Bluff Point to finish the golf season at 8-0. Tom Provost and Bob Mihal shoot 40s to lead Peru while teammate Brian McGovern finishes the season unbeaten.

Jodi Van Schaick, Kerry Melville, Sue Bergh, Tina Peryea, Angie Dumas and Ann LaVeck lead the Malone girls to the championship in the annual VanDusen Invitational track & field meet.

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