10 YEARS AGO (2002)
▶ Tanner Senecal, with 19 points, 9 rebounds and 5 blocks, leads Seton Catholic to a 65-37 win over Norwood-Norfolk in the Class C boys' basketball regionals. Dan Willette chips in with 14 points, 9 rebounds and 7 assists. The Knights then defeat Galway 55-45 to reach the Final Four for the first time. Willette scores 15, Mark Rabideau, 12, and Ian Luck, 11.
▶ Kristin LaVallie scores 16 points, Katie Meserve adds 15 and Tasia Osier, 13, to lead Ticonderoga over Norwood-Norfolk 62-40 in Class C regional basketball play.
▶ Aimee Marsh tallies 16 points and pulls down 12 rebounds while Terry Conley chips in with 15 points to lead Westport to a 50-46 triumph over Whitehall in the Class D regionals. Conley and Ashley Sherman turn in big second-half efforts for the Eagles.
▶ Jason Jabaut is a member of Villanova University's distance-medley relay team that finishes first in the NCAA Div. I Indoor Track & Field Championships.
▶ Peru's Chris Henderson (55 meters), Saranac Lake's Adam Van Nortwick (1,600) and Tupper Lake's Josh Dupuis (shot put) all come in third at the state indoor track & field championships.
▶ Plattsburgh High falls to Salmon River 6-1 in the Div. II final of the state hockey tournament. Ian Stanton scores for the Hornets while Joe Steadman makes 32 saves.
20 YEARS AGO (1992)
E Moriah's Phil Huchro sets a meet diving record while PHS's Curt Hanover breaks the mark for the 100-yard breaststroke in the North Country Swimming & Diving Championships.
▶ Peru's Rob Bashaw drops a 7-4 decision in the final at 119 pounds at the state wrestling championships.
▶ MVP Steve Moore leads Plattsburgh State back from a 2-0 deficit to a 6-3 victory over Mercyhurst, giving the Cardinals their fourth ECAC West hockey crown.
▶ Jane Nicknish and Kelli O'Connell spark St. John's to a 51-39 triumph over Ogdensburg in a girls' Class B basketball regional.
▶ Julie Moore, Erin Pratt, Mika Conley and Sherry White all wind up in double figures to lead Westport over Colton-Pierrepont 62-35 in the Class D regionals.