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December 23, 2012

Flashback: Dec. 23, 2012

10 YEARS AGO (2002)

Former Peru standout and state champion Nick Weaver, wrestling for Sierra College, wins a California junior-college regional tournament.

Mike Fernandez scores 15 points and Brendan Smith, 14, to lead Moriah past host Willsboro 64-33 in the Tip-off Tournament final. Ben Reynolds tallies 13 for Willsboro.

Steve Thomas fires in 27 points while Justin Gardner grabs nine rebounds and six steals in Northern Adirondack’s 58-46 triumph over Peru. Ryan Earle leads Peru with 13.

Sophomore defenseman Kyle Gagnier’s first career goal lifts Seton Catholic to a 2-1 win over Cheverus in the title game of the Bishop’s Cup Hockey Tournament in Lewiston, Maine.

Tyler McGibbon records five pins while Jake Warren and Andy Warren each register three wins by fall as Franklin Academy of Malone sweeps the Ballston Spa Duels.

Tyler James, Travis James, Jason Lapham and Jeremy Smith win their weight classes to lead Beekmantown to the title in the 16-team Woodlands Wrestling Tournament.

Marcia and Mary Coakley account for all of Beekmantown’s points (19) in the fourth quarter as the Eagles rally from a 12-point deficit to defeat PHS, 38-35. Courtney Drown scores 15 for the Hornets.

Olivia Dwyer scores 25 points and grabs 13 rebounds in Keene’s 61-28 drubbing of Johnsburg.

Brian Cook comes off the bench to score 10 points, grab seven rebounds and pick up five steals as PHS, leading by 18 at one point, holds on to beat previously undefeated Saranac, 66-60.

Matt St. Louis’s goal early in the third snaps a scoreless game, sending unbeaten Lake Placid on to a 2-1 win over PHS. Joe Leonard also scores for the Blue Bombers, while Ryan Lynch gets the PHS goal.

Jacki Hutchins scores 13 points, grabs six rebounds and gets six steals in Elizabethtown-Lewis’s 40-34 win over Schroon Lake. Tabitha Hood leads the Wildcats with seven points and 12 rebounds.

20 YEARS AGO (1992)

Lenny Pereira’s power-play goal midway through the third gives Plattsburgh State a 4-3 lead; however, Moscow Spartak rallies for a 6-4 victory in front of 2,178 fans.

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