September 1, 2013

Flashback: September 1, 2013

10 YEARS AGO (2003)

Freshman Krista Jubert scores 3 goals to lead Clinton CC to a 7-0 win over NCCC in a women’s soccer opener.

Gena Rosenbaum’s 4 goals help Plattsburgh State to a 7-1 victory over Clarkson University.

Dave Hackett comes through with 3 hits to spark Salmon River Auto/Loreman’s to an 8-6 win over Hong Kong Jade Buffet in the deciding game of the Keeseville Medium-Pitch Softball League playoff championships.

Katelyn O’Neil and Kristi LaBare score goals at Chateaugay opens with a 2-1 triumph over defending division champ Madrid-Waddington.

Zach Welch scores 4 times in a span of 12:20 to lead Northern Adirondack past Beekmantown 4-1.

Linda and Diana Friedlander finish fourth in the Senior Division of the National Mother-Daughter Grass Court Tennis Championships.

Brittany Purdy scores 4 goals and Tara Plotino chips in with 2 goals and 2 assists to spur Keene on to a 7-0 opening-day victory over Westport.

Lisa Reyell finishes first, Mari Walsh, second, and Melinda McAleese, fourth, as Saranac Lake snaps Saranac’s 41-meet winning streak in girls’ cross country with an 18-43 victory.

Phoebe Clarke scores twice to send Willsboro on to a 3-2 victory over defending division champ Chazy.

20 YEARS AGO (1993)

Mark Baker and Jon Bromley score goals and Scott Denny records the shutout as Beekmantown beats Saranac 2-0 for its first victory ever in boys’ soccer.

Sam Godfrey  runs for 259 yards and 4 touchdowns as Peru thumps Moriah 38-6.

Adirondack Cycle caps a comeback from a 2-0 series deficit, beating Winner’s Circle 5-2 to win the Gentlemen’s Slo-Pitch Softball B Division title. Dave Mendofik collects 3 hits while winning pitcher John Coryer clubs a 2-run homer.

Former MAI Athletic Director Al Pajonas is selected for induction in the Northeastern University Hall of Fame. A standout shortstop, Pajonas batted over .360 in four seasons with the Huskies. He signed with the Yankees in 1942, but joined the Army the following year.

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